|05/30/18||It's Not as Easy as it Looks|
|05/24/18||Speed Isn't Everything|
|05/01/18||A Point of Dispute|
|04/25/18||A Helping Hand|
|04/19/18||They Will Not Wait|
|04/11/18||No One Else Wants Change|
One Last Chance
I've been covering NASCAR for more than 35 years, and I can't recall a story like Kurt Busch's.
We've seen drivers mature on the track, going from a scrap heap of wrecked cars to championship wins. We've also seen drivers recover from serious injury to return to Victory Lane.
But, Kurt's journey has been a unique one.
No one has ever disputed his talent behind the wheel; Kurt's problem has always been when Competitive Kurt didn't stay in the car when Kurt got out. He will admit that he was his own worst enemy. And, that cost him a ride with one of the top teams in the sport.
Then, he did something a lot of folks never thought he could; keep his nose clean, serve his penance and land a ride with a premiere organization. Now, he's completed a huge step in his journey by returning to Victory Lane.
Love him or hate him, I believe you should respect what the man has done in taking advantage of one last chance.