You know its bad when even Kyle Busch says your going to hell.
While the idea of Kyle Busch telling anyone where they’re going to spend their afterlife is ridiculous all on its own, that exactly what the Monster Energy Cup Series runner up did during a Q&A session with Rutledge Wood when asked about what he was going to get his current rival for Christmas. Of course Kyle Busch showed his claws by responding with the following.
“He’s already going to hell, so it’s not like I’ve got to buy him a trip there,” Busch said of his longtime rival, Brad Keselowski, who he finished ahead of in the final points standings. Unfortunately for Busch, he missed the second championship of his career to Martin Truex Jr, after The Furniture Row Racing driver was able to pull away from Busch and net himself his first championship.
With that being said, the bitterness that comes from losing out on a championship by one single points, it seems like Kyle Busch has been having outburst after outburst this off season since losing the title in Miami. in fact, Busch even hinted at retiring from The Monster Energy Cup Series in a post race interview, where he mentioned that he might retire during the offseason.
No word yet if that is going to end up happening or not, and it could just be a clever ruse to get fans to pay attention, but it would be pretty hard for NASCAR to recover after losing Dale Earnhardt Jr, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards, Danica Patrick and Matt Kenseth all the in the span of five years. In the end though, maybe stars like Chase Elliott, Brad Keselowski, Ryan Blaney,, The Dillon Brothers, William Byron and Alex Bowman will take the reigns and bring NASCAR into the next era.
What are your thoughts? Should Brad Keselowski go to hell? What about Kyle Busch? Is he hypocritical for saying something like that? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to tell us if you think Kyle Busch will actually retire before the start of The 2018 season.