Has Kyle Busch's Whining Gone Too Far?

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Has Kyle Busch's Whining Gone Too Far?
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Over the past few weeks, Kyle Busch has been whining because he has come so close to winning, but didn't win. Kyle Busch has finished in the second position in seven of the last nine Nationwide Series races. Has Rowdy's whining gone too far? I think it has.

Kyle Busch runs in the Nationwide Series, and the Sprint Cup Series. What more could he ask for? Racing is racing. Kyle Busch fails to understand that you cannot win every race every week.

Busch has also been known for blaming his bad luck on other drivers getting in his way; he has also referred to them as idiots. They are not idiots. Kyle is.

Kyle Busch is an idiot for making such a big deal out of his second place finishes. Finishing in second place is better than finishing in 43rd place. That is another concept that Kyle Busch does not understand.

Since Kyle Busch has been complaining about his misfortune in the Nationwide Series, he has slipped out of the chase in the Sprint Cup Series. He is 13th in the Sprint Cup Series, 58 points out of the chase. That proves one thing: he is focusing too hard on the Nationwide Series, and not enough on the Sprint Cup Series.

He is leading the Nationwide Series points by 212 points, which is a one race cushion, and then some. If Kyle Busch has a bad race, he will still be in the lead in the points. Does Kyle know what a mulligan is? That is yet another concept that Kyle Busch doesn't get.

I'm not sure what Kyle Busch's problem is, but he has shown over the past few weeks that he is a crybaby. He has also proved that he is extremely hardheaded. If he keeps calling people idiots, he is going to make a bunch of enemies on the track.

He cries about every little detail that happens to him that he doesn't like, such as finishing in second position over and over. He is hardheaded because it doesn't take a genius to figure out that you can't win every race every weekend. It's like the song says, "You Can't Always Get What You Want.”

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