Kyle's Take on How Tony Stewart "Dumped" Him at Daytona

Danielle hendersonCorrespondent IJuly 9, 2009

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - JULY 04:  Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Burger King Chevrolet races with Denny Hamlin, driver of the #11 FedEx Office Toyota, Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota and Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's / Kobalt Tools Chevroletduring the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 51st Annual Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 4, 2009 in Daytona Beach, Florida.  (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR)


Kyle Busch has just made more enemies than he had a week ago.

While being interviewed today, Busch stated that he felt as though Tony Stewart "dumped" him on the last lap at Daytona.

He also said that when a driver "dumps" another driver, then that dumper should be black flagged and the win awarded to the third place driver.

I honestly think that the guy who crosses the finish line first should be the winner, but that's just how I see it.

I will go on and say that I am not saying this because I "hate" Kyle Busch, I am saying it because it's the way racing should be and I feel that Busch said that because he was still mad over the wreck.

Busch also made more enemies by saying "If a driver isn't winning he isn't doing his job." I got some news for you, 90 percent of the drivers on track aren't winning regularly...but then again what is winning regularly?

Is it winning every other week?


Is it winning eight races a year?

No, that is considered by-passing the regulars

I think it would be more like winning a couple races and running in the top five every week, don't you?

Well apparently Kyle Busch disagrees, you must win every race to do your job correctly.

So back to my stats, it looks like 90 percent of all drivers will be upset with Busch this weekend.

You know it's strange how one week I defend Kyle Busch and then the next he is making me mad again!

I understand it's a driver's job to win, but with NASCAR being so competitive then it's almost impossible to win more than a few races a year.

I also know that his last statement may have upset me because of the fact my driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., hasn't had the best season.

But I think speak for most fans, Kyle has managed to make more enemies than any other driver in history, this includes Darrel "jaws" Waltrip.

It seemed as though after the wreck at Daytona Kyle Busch was realizing how it isn't always fun when everyone hates you.

I think he was baffled as to why all the fans cheered when he wrecked himself.

I admit it, I cheered...Until I saw the replay, then I began to wonder if Kyle Busch was ok.

Yes I was worried about Kyle Busch, and yes I know alot of people from Jr. Nation will be mad that one of their own said that.

The bottom line is Busch may be mirror driving for weeks.