Kyle Busch Motorsports is still preparing trucks as usual despite the delay in the 2020 season. Team owner Busch has split his shop’s work day into shifts to reduce the number of people working together at one time.
Kyle Busch tells Kevin Harvick on "Happy Hours" that KBM has split its workforce into two shifts for separation. "We are planning ahead, keeping everyone on payroll, hopefully we get back to business here and that will be fine if we get back to racing in May."
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AND: ‘We know as soon as we get back going again, they’re going to want to get all the races in and that’s pretty much going to mean 13 straight weeks if we did the calendar right," Busch said on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. "We have no idea, we just guessed. That’s 13 straight weeks for our truck guys. I don’t know how the other teams are going do it with people and equipment and that sort of stuff."
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