Kyle Busch Reveals the Shocking Reason Behind The Sale Of KBM

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TALLADEGA, ALABAMA – OCTOBER 02: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M’s Toyota, walks onstage during driver intros prior to the NASCAR Cup Series YellaWood 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on October 02, 2022 in Talladega, Alabama. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
After a historic run in the Craftsman Truck Series, Kyle Busch recently announced the sale of Kyle Busch Motorsports. Spire Motorsports bought the entire organization for a whooping $25 Million Dollars.
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The move came as a shock to fans and pundits alike and raised multiple eyebrows. After 13 historic years, 2 drivers’ championship, and 7 owners’ championships KBM is suddenly no more. Kyle Busch’s dull and unenthusiastic demeanor during the announcement led to big speculations
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In his recent interview with siriusxm the driver revealed how he didn’t expect the deal to go through. “Spire was involved in the conversation and they wanted to buy the KBM Stuff and use it and they wanted the updated stuff”
Lacking the facilities Kyle Busch threw out a bluff – “It’s all not happening, if you want the truck just buy the whole thing and do it yourself!” Little did he know that Justin Marks was game for this.
And two weeks later, “Okay we’ll take it”. Justin Marks abrupt interest in the team found Kyle Busch in a tricky situation and he ultimately gave in.
Giving up his blood and sweat, Kyle Busch had a bittersweet experience but shows no regret now. He has even revealed plans for a “New KBM” – Brexton Busch motorsports as his son prepares to take up the mantle.

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