Kurt Busch’s bipolar season continues at Kentucky Speedway


The notion of hero, or heroism, has evolved since its early definition. The word “hero” comes from the Greeks, who used the term to define a protector or defender. The word and notion has evolved through the centuries and, today, heroes come in all shapes and sizes. In Kentucky, for example, the majority of state-born heroes are of the four-legged variety. The state is synonymous with everything associated with thoroughbred horses, from breeding to racing. The Kentucky Derby- and Preakness Stakes-winning horse, I’ll Have Another, is the most recent horse-racing hero to top the long list of his Kentucky-born victors. His predecessors include the likes of Seattle Slew, A.P. Indy and Zenyatta.

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Kurt Busch earns 15th place finish in Phoenix


Kurt Busch earned a hard-fought 15th-place finish in the Subway Fresh Fit 500k Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway. Busch, the driver of the No. 51 Phoenix Construction Services Chevrolet, masterfully managed his fuel mileage and overcame a late-race incident to move up eight positions in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship point standings with his strong result.

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