Sports Speaker Kyle Busch is a successful race car driver that currently drives the #18 M&M’s car for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series while also racing the #54 Monster Energy car in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Aside from his success on the Sprint Cup circuit, Kyle has created his own race team Kyle Busch Motorsports which currently operates several trucks in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. A former NASCAR Rookie of the Year, Kyle has won 30 races and had 167 top ten finishes in his Sprint Cup career including a 4th place overall finish in the final points standings of the 2013 season. Kyle maintains personal sponsorships separate from his race teams with Monster Energy and Electric Visual, and has appeared in TV commercials for M&M’s and Toyota.
Sports Speaker Kyle shares his passion for car racing with his older brother Kurt, who is also a successful driver on the NASCAR circuit. At just 16 years old, Kyle began racing in the Camping World Truck Series but due to an age restriction issue was forced to compete in the ARCA Racing Series until he turned 18 in 2003. The following year he set out on his first Busch Series season in which he would win a total of 5 races and set the record for most race wins by a rookie in the history of the Busch Series. Kyle burst onto the Sprint Cup circuit in 2005 and became the youngest driver ever to win the pole in a Sprint Cup race at California Speedway. A year later he would create the Kyle Busch Foundation which raises funds and supports varies charities working to provide less fortunate children with the resources needed to better their surroundings and their future.
His career on the track has equated to multiple records and accolades including becoming the first driver ever to place 1st in all 3 of NASCAR’s top 3 series events in one weekend at Bristol in 2010. He was the Nationwide Series overall champion in 2009 and the youngest driver ever to qualify for the Sprint Cup Series’ Chase for the Cup. Kyle’s most recent win occurred on June 28, 2015 as he took 1st place at Sonoma Raceway in California.