“That Ain’t Happening” – Kyle Busch Rules Out Another Busch Joining Him in Racing

The early exit from the Championship run was an unexpected result for the two-time NASCAR Cup Series winner. It was for the first time he had such a shocker of a result ever since the introduction of the elimination format in playoffs back in 2014. Not the year #18 driver expected, but if you look at the brighter side of things, Kyle Busch’s season -long contract saga ended recently with him joining Richard Childress and the team from the beginning of the 2023 season.

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And not only that, earlier this year, Busch and his family also welcomed a new member in their family, Lennix Key Busch. The second child of Kyle Busch and Samantha Busch was born on May 10, 2022. Recently, the current Joe Gibbs Racing driver shared a picture of himself with his family on Twitter.

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The picture showed the daughter trying to reach the son, Brexton’s ride. This led to a fan’s comment on the photo. The comment stated, “Oh my goodness look at that hair!! She’s too sweet. That’s it. She will need her own car soon(heart emoji)”.

This led to an epic response by the #18 driver, tweeting, “That ain’t happening” with a GIF of him and his wife Samantha.

The tweet implied a lot of things regarding the decision of their daughter’s future, which apparently lies with “Rowdy” Busch’s wife.

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If not the daughter, there’s another Busch in line to leave an impact in the world of racing.

Busch’s bright future with RCR

With his father and uncle who already made a mark in the NASCAR world, the next generation of the Busch is set to have a bright future in the world of racing if he intends to pursue it in the long run. Brexton Locke Busch, the seven-year-old, has been given an option to join Richard Childress Racing in the future.

LOUDON, NH – SEPTEMBER 24: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M’s Caramel Toyota, celebrates in Victory Lane with his wife Samantha and son Brexton after the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ISM Connect 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 24, 2017 in Loudon, New Hampshire. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

In the press conference, Richard Childress asked Kyle’s wife, Samantha Busch and their son to join him on stage.

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After calling them, RC said to Samantha, “Now, I know how families work because I’ve got a daughter, I’ve got a grandmother, that looks after contracts, so I’m sure you look after Brexton’s contracts“.

Then he pulled out a piece of paper and handed it to the 7-year-old saying, “So here is a contract for an option to drive for RCR in the future, how about that?

The son gladly accepted that offer, and then in the end RC added, “Thank you, Buddy“.

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The owner of Kyle Busch Motorsports will embark on a new journey starting next season. Let’s see how well he flourishes with RCR.

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