Sunday, May 4, 2014

Report: NASCAR driver Kyle Busch issued speeding citation

 
   Charlotte TV station WSOC-TV Channel 9 reported Sunday night that NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch was issued a speeding ticket for allegedly going 60 mph in a 45 mph zone on April 29 in Denver, N.C., located west of Charlotte.

   According to the police report, the officer who issued the ticket said Busch had "a disrespectful attitude."

   A request for comment from Busch's public relations representative was not immediately returned Sunday night.

   You can read the entire Channel 9 report here.

   In May 2011, Busch was cited for speeding and reckless driving in nearby Iredell County. You can read the story of that incident here.


9 comments:

  1. Who care's!! Really who has not sped in there car?

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    1. Normal people aren't disrespectful. This jerk is an always has been. Get your head out of your ***!!!!!

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  2. When has Kyle had a good attitude ?

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  3. Its funny how there will be many that will bash the crap out of this normally non-news story that have done it before in their lifetime... look in the mirror people.. I know this "not perfect" person has done this before and yup, got caught. I just don't warrant an article on it. And don't give me crap about being a Nascar driver, you have to be different.. human first.

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    1. Why did you read it if was a non-new story??? This is just a continuation of how much of an idiot and disrespectful jerk Kyle Busch is. Kyle is the one that needs to "look in the mirror." He's a supposed to be a role model and he's put himself out in the public because of what profession he's chosen. Because M&M's are his sponsor, children look up to him. So next time he warrants an article that is negative, don't read it!!!!!!

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  4. 'disrespectful attitude'? really? Kyle Busch?

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  5. Well, at least he's slowed down since his last speeding ticket. Brian France, is this conduct "detrimental" to NASCAR?

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  6. So Kyle Busch was disrespectful to a police hack giving him a "speeding" ticket for no reason that's legitimate - highway speed limits have zero credibility and tickets are issued solely so towns and cities can rip off motorists via paying of the fines - it's called legalized extortion.

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