|Busch's injury may have resulted in a|
It was an historic day at Michigan International Speedway as Daniel Suarez became the first Mexican-born driver to win an Xfinity Series race. However, the win was quickly overshadowed as his teammate Kyle Busch was admitted to the infield care center for an injured hand caused by excessive patting of himself on the back in post-race interviews.
“We think he might have suffered some serious bruising when he said it was impressive for Suarez to beat ‘…a car like us and a guy like me’”, a spokesman for the track said to the remaining media. “We are currently packing his hand in ice and refusing to let him talk to any other reporters, hopefully this will keep him from re-injuring the hand talking about how much he learned for tomorrow’s Cup race.”
Busch, who rarely grants interviews from places other than victory lane, was seen frantically slapping his own back after comparing today’s race to last year’s Xfinity Series race, which apparently led directly to a Cup Series win.
“We saw him holding his hand in pain shortly after he finished on-camera interviews and we moved to get him into our infield care center ASAP”, the spokesman continued. “We think he’ll be fine as long as nobody asks him about how going through adversity last year has helped him improve his life.”