Kyle Busch Spins Ron Hornaday Intentionally, Gets a Ban

NASCAR driver Kyle Busch was recently in the media’s attention after he had his license suspended for 45 days for being caught by the police doing 128 miles per hour in his Lexus LFA supercar. But that obviously didn’t stop him racing, nor did it cool his temper down.
This weekend, Busch got banned for intentionally putting Ron Hornaday's truck into the wall during Friday night's Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. The two had a brief contact on lap 13 that must have left Kyle with a bitter aftertaste, because he aimed his nose at the back of his competitor’s truck straight into the wall.

Since the contact was so obviously intentional, NASCAR suspended him from Friday’s race as well as the weekends races in the Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup series.
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