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#5 Kyle Busch fined $50,000 for garage incident.

#5 Kyle Busch fined $50,000 for garage incident.

Las Vegas native Kyle Busch has made some questionable decisions throughout his Cup series carer. That trend continued last week at Darlington Motor Speedway. During the race's early stages, Busch accidentally hit the wall at high speed, leaving his Toyota Camry in pretty bad shape. Busch wasn't happy about the incident and yelled at his team that this happens when you run in the back of the pack.

Things didn't stop there, though, as Busch bolted for pit road after the incident and wasted little time before deciding to bring the car to the garage. Unfortunately for the former Cup Series Champion, he was going too fast and ran over several cones on his way to the garage. He almost collided with several NASCAR officials, forcing the sanctioning body to hit him with a $50,000 fine for his actions later in the week. The official ruling claims that Busch did put others in danger, which the sport doesn't play with.

As for Busch's playoff chances, he finished the race at Darlington in 35th and currently sits 14th in the points. This puts him two places below the round cut line and means he will need to finish well in the last two races to make it to the round of 12.

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