Stewart-Haas Racing driver Kurt Busch played a starring role in one of the most memorable finishes in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series history – and certainly the closest.
This season marks 15 years since Busch and Ricky Craven battled door-to-door, to and through the start/finish line in a frenetic set of final laps at Darlington Raceway.
When Busch heads back to Darlington in 2018, it will be with a car that honors that piece of NASCAR history.
Busch, Stewart-Haas Racing and NASCAR Digital revealed the driver’s No. 41 Ford paint scheme for the annual Labor Day weekend. It’s the first unveil of the throwback season, a sharp black, red and gray Haas Automation CNC scheme that closely resembles Busch’s No. 97 Rubbermaid car.
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