Kyle Busch: Mommy Mommy Juan Montoya Hit Me!

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IJuly 4, 2010

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - JULY 03:  Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota, crashes into the wall near Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's/KOBALT Tools Chevrolet, during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 3, 2010 in Daytona Beach, Florida.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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NASCAR has become wreck city over the last three weeks. Along with all that bent metal, drivers are becoming whiny and at times annoying.

They sound like my ex-mother-in-law. You know, complaining about everything.

Here are some of the classic quotes from Saturday night's Coke Zero-400 race:

“We had a fast car.”

“We had the winning car, it's a shame we got wrecked.”

“We had a fast car.”

“We had the winning car, it's a shame we got wrecked.”

Oops! Is all that repetition annoying?

Of course it is! Now you know how I feel.

Each interview was exactly the same. The answers to all questions were, "we had a fast car," "we had the winning car," "we could of won, but we got wrecked."

Some of those guys haven’t won a race since the invention of the wheel. All of the sudden, they could all have won but got wrecked. 

Yeah right!

The "numero uno" driver in the complaining department has to be Kyle Busch. He is one of my favorites but sometimes he doesn’t understand there are other "divas" on the track.

Here is his post race quote:

"The replay shows I turned right across the nose of the 42, so apparently I wanted to wreck myself."

Do you agree with that?

At times, he seems to think the spectacle that is NASCAR should be called “The Kyle Busch Show."

Kyle’s last four races have been below his standard—as he sees it—but he can’t keep blaming everyone else.

No. 18 loves a loose car. Does that make him more vulnerable in traffic? Probably, you could say he races on the edge of a sword. As the old saying goes, if you live by the sword you will die by the sword.

Kyle Busch was just loose as a goose when Juan Pablo Montoya (allegedly) turned him into the wall Saturday night.

Montoya was racing, Period, No other story there, even though the TNT crew (AKA Kyle Petty) were trying their best to blow it way out of proportion.

It was a racing incident. Nothing more.

Just a thought, is there anyone else in the TNT booth? Kyle Petty appears to do about 85 percent of the talking. Hey! By the way TNT guys, that “payback” story line is getting old. get a new one.

Just saying.

Kyle Busch is the most entertaining driver in NASCAR. He is a superstar, I'm just hoping he doesn’t become an annoying one.

As always, I’m just a fan with an opinion. From what I understand, everybody has one and I Thank God for that.

Enough said.