NASCAR: Kyle Busch and the 10 Biggest Villains in NASCAR History

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NASCAR: Kyle Busch and the 10 Biggest Villains in NASCAR History
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After his recent run-in with owner Richard Childress following a truck race, Kyle Busch has cemented himself as the biggest NASCAR villain of his era.

Busch has regularly gotten into scuffles both on and off the track since joining NASCAR’s top series in 2005.

His cavalier attitude toward his competition certainly hasn’t endeared him to fans, as he is the most booed driver at practically every track.

While Busch may be the lead villain, there are plenty of drivers in the supporting cast who draw the ire of fans and fellow drivers alike.

Due to the volatility of a sport like auto racing, heated disagreements occur on an almost weekly basis. Because of this, nearly every driver can be considered a villain at one point or another.

This list isn’t for drivers who have gotten into one or two pushing and shoving matches, though.

No, this list is all about the drivers who are repeat offenders. Although some of these drivers are more hated than others, they all have a rap sheet a mile long.

Here are the 10 biggest villains in NASCAR history.

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