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Kyle Busch announces he will drive in select Xfinity series races after sitting out 2022.

What’s Happening?

Kyle Busch uses a wall of TVs on twitter to announce his return to the Xfinity series, saying “Did you miss me?” Busch did not race the series in 2022. Moments after Busch announces his return, Kaulig Racing drops the news that KFB will be in their #10 Chevy Camaro for 5 races – Las Vegas, Phoenix, Charlotte, Watkins Glen, and Darlington.

What you need to know:

  • Kyle Busch is returning to Xfinity Series action for 5 races.
  • Busch will drive for Kaulig Racing in their #10 car.
  • A force to be reckoned with, Kyle has 102 Xfinity series wins in just 362 starts. That includes winning all 5 of his starts in 2021.

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Kyle Busch and Kaulig Racing took to Twitter to announce their new relationship.

In the Stands

Twitter users were abuzz with the news. Some, like Kathy Jones, missed Xfinity Kyle.

dwest said he liked the limit, and Kyle’s starts are more special when they’re limited.

From the Pressbox

Matt Weaver immediately provided his take on the story, saying the Xfinity Series is better when Kyle Busch is in it.

With a career-long 28% win percentage in the Xfinity Series, Kyle Busch is sure to have an impact in the 5 races he starts this year.

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