Scott Speed and Kyle Busch Are Full of BS: Duo Team Up on RC Venture

Mary Jo BuchananSenior Writer IApril 16, 2009

BROOKLYN, MI - JUNE 14:  Scott Speed, driver of the #22 Red Bull Toyota speaks with Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Miccosukee Toyota speak on pit road prior to the start of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Cool City Customs 200 at the Michigan International Speedway on June 14, 2008 in Brooklyn, Michigan.  (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR)

Scott Speed and Kyle Busch together are probably two of the oddest and most colorful drivers currently on the NASCAR Cup circuit. They are different, brash, and uncensored.

But are Speed and Busch full of BS? You bet they are.

In Speed's diary on Frontstretch.com, he reveals that he and Busch have actually formed a remote control race car team. They have aptly named it BS, which stands for "Busch-Speed."

Their motto for their newly formed racing venture is "All BS, all the time." As Speed says, "We're going to have a hell of a lot of fun with it."

In his diary, Speed also reveals that he and Busch are pretty good buddies, off the track that is. According to Speed, they hang out, play board games, and even cards with their ladies.

Speed also shared that rummy is one of the duo's favorite games. Unfortunately, Busch has been beating up on Speed in that venue, which Speed says that he will have to change real soon.

On the track, however, Speed and Busch have been anything but friendly. They have tangled quite a few times, wrecking into each other at the Las Vegas Nationwide race, as well as the Martinsville race.

Of those unfortunate encounters, Speed says, "At the end of the day, I root for Kyle more than anyone, and I'm sure he feels the same way about me. The fact that the wreck happened sucks, but you can't change it."

In spite of their encounters on the track, the two drivers have taken very different racing paths this season so far. Busch has been on fire in all three NASCAR series, Cup, Nationwide, and Truck, while Speed has been on a slow, downhill trajectory.

In fact, Speed, who is running for the Rookie of the Year honors against young Joey Logano, is currently outside the top 35 in points and was unable to qualify his way into the Texas race.

As Speed says, however, "there is no reason for concern," as his Red Bull team is usually in at least the top half of the qualifying grid. Speed will have the opportunity to prove that out in the upcoming race this weekend in Phoenix.

Until then, look for Speed and Busch to continue their camaraderie on and off the track.  And remember, for this dynamic duo it is indeed "all BS, all the time."

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