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The KSR curse, one-fingers salutes, and F-bombs at last night’s NASCAR race

The KSR curse strikes again.

Earlier this week on the KSR radio show, the guys talked about nice guys and brought up NASCAR legend Bill Elliott and his nickname “Awesome Bill from Dawsonville.” While battling for 2nd near the end of last night’s race at Darlington, Kyle Busch wrecked into Elliott’s son, Chase.

Chase got out of his car and flipped off Busch as he drove around the track. Then the TV cameras caught Busch using the F-bomb when confronted by Alan Gustafson, Elliott’s crew chief. In a post-race interview, Busch said he made a mistake and will expect repercussions.

Fans on Twitter were not too happy with Busch last night. He is already at the top of any most-despised drivers list, while Chase Elliott is a fan favorite.

Denny Hamlin won the rain-shortened race. Tune in to Coca Cola 600 on Sunday to see if Elliott gets some revenge on Busch.

Was it intentional or just gross negligence?

Elliott’s crew chief says enough is enough.

If you also share a dislike of Kyle Busch, let us know your feelings in the comments.

Article written by Troy Howell

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4 Comments for The KSR curse, one-fingers salutes, and F-bombs at last night’s NASCAR race

  1. meeksfor3
    10:32 am May 21, 2020 Permalink

    Busch deserves to be wrecked every race just for being a flaming douche bag.

  2. clarks
    10:46 am May 21, 2020 Permalink

    He probably roots for Louisville aka loserville

  3. WILDCATS1968
    11:21 am May 21, 2020 Permalink

    Looked like he tried to tuck in behind Elliott, missed timed it and just clipped him. Bad choice but not intentional. He admitted he made a terrible move, not like he tried to say Elliott checked up or moved down. Typically if Bush did it on purpose, he blames the other driver. But lets not act like he is the only one who causes wrecks. Going at speeds of 190+ mph, they have a fraction of a second to make a decision. it was the wrong one, he risked wrecking himself while running 2nd / 3rd.

  4. ekywildcat
    8:37 pm May 21, 2020 Permalink

    He admitted he misjudged it, he was watching Harvick in his mirror and just mistimed it. Did anyone see his right front fender? You think he would do that on purpose? I like Elliot, don’t blame him for being upset, he’ll calm down.