It is understandable that in the heat of the moment of a race, sometimes a driver's emotions can get the best of them. It is how that person reacts that defines them.
In Kyle Busch's case, some of those reactions have been very poor.
There are two examples of Busch's temper getting the best of him that stand out to me.
The first came at the 2010 All-Star Race. After an on-track incident with teammate Denny Hamlin, Busch ended up having a flat tire that sent him crashing into the wall and ending his night prior to the checkered flag.
He immediately brought his car to the garage area and parked it directly in front of Hamlin's team hauler. He then marched in looking for answers.
He also refused to speak to the media following the incident.
Refusing to speak to the media is something Busch has made a habit of doing after poor performances.
The second came in a truck race in Texas in 2011. After contact early in the race with Ron Hornaday that saw Busch end up in the wall, Busch retaliated.
As the caution flag waved for the contact between the two, Busch drove up to the back bumper of Hornaday and intentionally turned him into the outside wall.
Busch was immediately parked for the remainder of the race and suspended for the Nationwide Series race and the Sprint Cup Series race later that weekend.