Everyones an outlaw til its time to do outlaw s%&#
- Jun 13, 2009
Well said. The growth in maturity through the years was truly remarkable and great thing to watch. He seemed like a much more settled and happier person in the later years of his career.Sad day for the sport, but you know what I'm glad to see Kurt turn into the elder statemen he is. Bubba, Tyler, and all of the TRD youngsters think the world of Kurt. The whole garage does and I hope he sticks around with 23XI. Maybe get involved with the sanctioning body.
Unfortunate how his career was shut down prematurely, but seeing him get to where he is now is more than rewarding.
We talk a lot about mental health these days, but give very little grace for those who struggle. I am of the belief that Kurt is an example of someone who went to work on himself, and is in a better place.Well said. The growth in maturity through the years was truly remarkable and great thing to watch. He seemed like a much more settled and happier person in the later years of his career.
I would have liked to have seen him race a few more years, but still a sucess story.
I think he is a first ballot HoF entry. That speaks volumes about his talent and his transformation or growth as an individual.
It makes me sad. I've learned to like Kurt very much. He has grown so much. I hope he will still be involved with the teams and Nascar in general.Kurt Busch announces retirement, ending career with 34 Cup Series victories - NASCAR MOBILE https://www.nascar.com/news-media/2...t-ending-career-with-34-cup-series-victories/
Hopefully, Kurt will replace Jr. and Burton in the booth real soon.
They would be great for stick an ball, move them over there and don't forget to take the Boomer gerb.I think we need 36 races of Jr and Burton myself.
In fact, they should move to Sunday Night Football after the season and then, in the spring, call Peacock’s MLB schedule.
Every sporting event would seem more urgent and exciting.
They would be great for stick an ball, move them over there and don't forget to take the Boomer gerb.
HE ATE FROM A BALE OF HAY THIS MORNING, SWATTED FLIES WITH HIS TAIL, ALL THE THINGS A NORMAL HORSE WOULD DO… AND NOW HE’S A KENTUCKY DERBY WINNERUnfortunately NBC only has the rights to two "stick and ball" sports. Golf and baseball are the only sports that they air that use sticks.
But what I really think is that we need them calling the Kentucky Derby too. If we moved Rick Allen over there too, it might be hard for him to do a monologue about the winner in the space allotted.