Kyle Bush sets the timeline required for the new contract


Kyle Bush set a tentative timeline for his next decade.

The NASCAR Cup Series Qualifier drivers met with members of the media on September 1 to preview the 10-week battle for the Championship trophy. Kyle Bush also provided an important update by saying that he hopes the situation will calm down in “seven to 10 days”.

As Bush made clear during his session, the pressures of deciding his future were weighing on him. He gets a partial break when he’s on the track and races to win the #18 Toyota Camry. When he’s home, he has a lot of things going on.

“I was hoping yesterday. And again, I’m not going to schedule it, but time goes by and there are a lot of other options and a lot of other dominoes that need to fall in.” Speaking only among others, I’m the first to go.”

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Bush confirmed that he has multiple offers

Kyle Bush

GTKyle Busch has multiple shows on the table.

Before the end of the regular season at Daytona International Speedway, Spire Motorsports driver Corey Lagoy made some comments about Bush’s contract status on an episode of the “Stacking Pennies” podcast. He listed multiple teams when he said he heard there were offers on the table.

Bush faced questions about the performances while in the media on September 1. He confirmed that there are many teams that have an offer on paper for him. He just has to weigh many factors before deciding which one to accept.

“Believe me, my intuition is not satisfied, and that is not only the decisions that are made, but also the decisions that are valued and perceived and how you deal with all those who will be disappointed,” Bush said.

“There will be one winner and the rest will not be winners if you look at it in that regard. Good for me, but I definitely don’t want to be a precursor or a liar, which is why he was touch and go and try to walk gently.”

It is clear that Bush did not provide any information about the teams that were courting him. Although he and Bob Pockrass of FOX Sports made jokes about what percentage of his character he might have to change while using numbers associated with teams like Richard Childress Racing, Kaulig Racing, 23XI Racing and others.

Busch is still focused on another mission

As Busch continues to examine his future and prepares to make one of the biggest decisions of his career, he also has to prepare for a difficult period of the season. He’s one of 16 drivers eligible for the championship, but he has to make some serious moves to keep working through the rounds.

Bosch is currently above the cutting line entering the Round of 16. He is 11th in the championship standings, just three points ahead of Daniel Suarez, the number one driver below the cut-off line. There’s no room for error, but Busch is already in qualifying mode because of the other things going on in his life.

“The stress of the last two or three months is like going through the Eights, so I’m really through it,” Bush said. “I’m there already. These bozos haven’t been there yet. They’ll only feel it for three weeks, I’ve dealt with it for three months, bring it on.”

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