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Childress whips Kyle Buschs arse

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I hate Kyle Busch with a passion, but this is obviously in bad taste and classless.

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Good for Childress doing what 90% of NASCAR and it's fans didn't have the balls to do.

RC had enough, it's clear NASCAR isn't going to doing anything so he handled it himself.

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I wish someone would have caught the incident on a camera, cell phone or something!

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I wish someone else would beat Kyle's ass, just for good measure.

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Childress is a turd, prolly jumped him from behind.

NASCAR races to sanction Childress for Busch fight

http://www.heraldonline.com/2011/06/06/3123413/nascar-races-to-sanction-childress.html#storylink=omni_popular

KANSAS CITY, Kan. --

NASCAR on Sunday placed a variety of restrictions on team owner Richard Childress and he will face additional penalties for his involvement in a post-race fight with driver Kyle Busch following Saturday's Truck series race at Kansas Speedway.

NASCAR President Mike Helton said he considered ejecting Childress from the track but decided a leader of the Richard Childress Racing organization needed to be on hand for Sunday's STP 400.

However, Childress was prohibited from going on pit road, attending the pre-race drivers' meeting and was relegated to watching the race from the top of his team transporter.

- Busch"We concluded that Kyle Busch did nothing to warrant the reaction of Richard Childress," Helton said. "Once we get today's race concluded, we will have to decide what NASCAR's reaction is to Richard Childress as a member of NASCAR in an action against another NASCAR member."

While NASCAR typically announces penalties from the previous weekend on Tuesday, Helton suggested it may come as early as Monday.

Helton also emphasized Busch did nothing, either on the track in the race or in the garage, to cause a violation of his NASCAR probation, which stems from a post-race incident last month with Kevin Harvick at Darlington, S.C.

In an interview with Speed prior to Sunday's race, Busch was asked if the altercation was the result of something brewing between himself and the RCR organization.

"That's not something I can answer. I wasn't the aggressor or the instigator here," he said. "So, all I can say is I was just trying to head back to my hauler and handle my business."

According to a member of a Truck team who asked not to be identified, Childress took off his jewelry before approaching Busch in the garage area following Saturday's Truck race and struck him with his fist.

The two were separated, traded insults and then Childress grabbed Busch in a headlock and struck him again before the incident was broken up.

The crew member said Childress initiated the incident.

"We have met with all parties involved and have determined what happened (Saturday) is unacceptable and will not be tolerated by NASCAR," a statement from the sanctioning body read.

"Richard Childress' actions were not appropriate and fell far short of the standard we expect of owners in this sport."

Busch said he would try to put the incident behind him while he awaits NASCAR's response to the incident.

"It may be a thought on everybody else's mind but when you get a helmet on and get back behind the wheel of a race car, you get down to business and that's what matters most," he said.

The cause of Childress' frustration was likely tied to the conclusion of the race, during which one of Childress' drivers, Joey Coulter, and Busch bumped each other battling for fifth place on the final lap.

Coulter ended up with the position, but on the cool-down lap Busch ran into the right side of Coulter's truck.

"I learned a ton (riding) behind (Busch) and I know why those guys keep saying what they do. That was really awesome racing him," Coulter said after the race.

"I hate we got together on the last lap. I had never gotten tight next to somebody, so I was underneath him expecting to get loose and I get tight and we kind of got together."

In interviews on pit road, in the media center or on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio following the race, Coulter never indicated any animosity toward Busch.

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Childress is a turd, prolly jumped him from behind.

That's the way it sounds, but still say that KB had this coming. He did instigate the entire event by running into RC equipment after the race.

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I don't see how anyone can defend Kyle Busch. The dude just screams douche bag, How many people have tried to kick his ass but he ran from them like a pussy? This isn't first RCR car he's fuged up either, remember a few weeks back when he pushed Kevin Harvick's car into the wall? At least Richard Childress has the balls to stand up to him.

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they shouldnt penalize him, they should hive him a bonus

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At the end of the day, even if I get ambushed, a 65 year old man isn't going to kick my ass.

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this is why nascar drivers arent athletes. 65 years old and can dominate a young "athlete" uhh embarrassing

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Busch is a race car diver! Not a boxer, pit fighter or and indian chief. He shouldn't half to worry about some guy (who prolly has 100 pounds on him) attacking him.

Nascar sided with Busch, he did no wrong. Childress should be reprimanded to the fullest.

Only a punk would attack a person much smaller then him.

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lol much smaller and 40+ years younger

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