@nascarcasm: Kyle Busch’s coolest victory celebrations
By @nascarcasm | Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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Kyle Busch has won 200 races across NASCAR's top three series. He has also celebrated several of those wins in unique and clever ways. Let us take a look at his most memorable victory fetes.
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After every win, Kyle tosses his son Brexton into the air and catches him on the way back down. As Brexton has grown bigger and Kyle older, there has been a noticeable drop in altitude, but that doesn't take away from the moment.
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Kyle's victory at Martinsville in the spring of 2016 was special not only for him, but also for a fan he rolled up on while leaving the track. She received an autograph and a life-long memory. He received lots of praise, and a death-stare from the dude driving the car.
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Kyle caps off each victory with a bow to the fans. If he wins 200 more races, he'll probably develop 8-pack abs without even really trying.
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Kyle won at Chicagoland in 2018, and responded to the boo-birds with this legendary moment we have grown to love. It's a great multi-purpose GIF. I often send it to my wife when she complains about my browser history.
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Life is about balance, and Kyle Busch knows this. That's why after winning at Sonoma in 2015, he took the traditional swig of red wine and chased it with a Monster Energy drink. Depressant, then stimulant. Again, balance.
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Rowdy's win at Bristol in August of 2017 was big for the fans inside this camper, who we really hope looked closely at this flag after they woke up. Usually fans have to go to autograph signings. Kyle brings the signings to them.
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When you win at the Brickyard, you kiss the famous yard of bricks. Or in Kyle's case, you pour some sponsor product on the ground and then gobble them up like so. This celebration marked the most intense test of the five-second rule to date.
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Even after a win, Kyle will give you an honest evaluation, such as after his win at Bristol in 2007. Don't read any further if you don't want spoilers. OK. He loved it.
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Kyle Busch earned that coveted first Cup win at his home track of Las Vegas in 2009. He then dropped to the ground to do a pushup and fai ... OK actually turns out he was kissing the ground, never mind. Kissing the ground is like fighting Daniel Suarez -- always keep your helmet on.