Kyle Busch's Front End Was Dancing and Stewart Might Have Been his Leading Man

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IJuly 6, 2009

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - JULY 04: Kyle Busch driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota leads Tony Stewart driver of the #14 Burger King Chevrolet during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 51st Annual Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 4, 2009 in Daytona Beach, Florida.  (Photo by John Harrelson/Getty Images for NASCAR)

Are we all wagging the tail in this story? Could the real story be just seconds before “ the block” ? I think it is , stay with me on this.

Look at the replay when they’re coming off the turn, focus on Kyle’s front end , also look at Tony Stewart’s car , he is on Kyle’s bumper.

Unfortunately the only video angle I’ve been able to find only shows the front, I would venture to say ,again I’m only guessing. that if I could see a rear angle when they ‘re coming off the turn, Tony was probably lifting Kyle.

It looked, at least from the front view, that Tony was jacking up Kyle. Just saying!

If that happened, Kyle was probably very angered to say the least, and that might of prompted that careless blocking move.

There is more to this story , isn’t strange that is Monday afternoon and not one word has come from Kyle Busch? The guy is no wall flower, he can talk. Agree?

Maybe NASCAR NOW will have him on an interview tonight.

Another thing I don’t understand is Tony’s apologetic remarks, I think he realized after the accident how serious this was, it was scary , I was not one of the fans who jumped and clapped and celebrated .

Tony is a great driver, he really does not need to say anything unless he feels he could of avoided the incident.

These are drivers with families in a dangerous sport , I’m sure they know is dangerous, and the sport affords them a living that we can only dream of, I don’t celebrate wrecks , do you? Just wonder.

As always, this is just an opinion from a fan , and from what I understand everybody has one, and I thank God for that.