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Claims Las Vegas Speedway Park Dwarf Car championship. Wins Nevada State Dwarf Car Rookie of the Year title.
Crowned Nevada State Dwarf Car champion. Wins Las Vegas Speedway Park Dwarf Car title.
Champion in three divisions at Las Vegas Speedway: Park-Hobby Stock, Legends and Dwarf Cars.
Competes in Late Models, American Race Trucks, Legends and Dwarf Cars. Makes five starts in the Southwest Tour.
Earns NASCAR Southwest Series Rookie of the Year title with one victory, three top-five and seven top-10 finishes in 17 races.
Wins NASCAR Southwest Series Championship with six victories, including four consecutive wins.
Competes full time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Posts four wins, four pole awards, and earns Rookie of the Year honors.
Finishes second in Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year competition.
Finishes third in NSCS standings in only second season. Earns first NSCS win at Bristol on March 24.
Wins the IROC championship with one victory and finishes of fourth or better in the four events comprising the series.
Wins championship title in the first Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup by eight points over Jimmie Johnson . . .
Produces three victories, nine top-five and 18 top-10 finishes to place 10th in the point standings.
Claims fifth victory at Bristol Motor Speedway, tying for third on the all-time wins list.
Finishes seventh in NSCS championship point standings after producing two wins and earning one pole . . .
Secures the first Daytona 500 victory for Penske Racing by pushing teammate Ryan Newman to the win.
Earns best championship point standings result since 2004 title-winning season of fourth.
Wins at Atlanta Motor Speedway in March, and in May sweeps at Charlotte Motor Speedway . . .
A strong Speedweeks produces a Bud Shootout victory, a Gatorade 150 Duel victory and a top-five finish in the Daytona 500.
Scores first win for Kyle Busch Motorsports and Monster Energy at Richmond International Raceway in the Nationwide Series.
Busch added to his racing legacy by leading Denver, Colo.-based Furniture Row Racing to a berth in the coveted Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Stewart-Haas announces a fourth car to their operations with Busch behind the wheel, while NASCAR introduces a new “win and you’re in” Chase format.
Kurt Busch has a stellar year in his #41 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevy taking 2 wins and making it into the Chase.
Busch's top-10 finishes in 12 of the season's first 14 races led to a breakthrough return to Victory Lane at Pocono for the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing team.
Kurt picked up the first Daytona 500 victory of his career.
Kurt Busch spent his final season at Stewart-Haas Racing with 1 win at Bristol and finished seventh in the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standings.