Kurt Busch's win shows desire to change
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Kurt Busch's win at Richmond International Raceway would only be considered redemption if anyone had ever questioned his driving ability.
But for all the speed bumps and setbacks in his career, Busch's talent has never suffered. And not a single competitor has ever suggested that he's not the ultimate wheelman.
So it was easy Sunday to get caught up in the personal satisfaction Busch showed in winning at Richmond. NASCAR's 2004 champion has been fighting for four years to rebuild his career, and the Richmond win was proof once again that Busch always seems to find a way to rebound from all those self-inflicted wounds.
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