The two winningest brothers in the NASCAR Cup Series record books shared a historic honor Friday as Kurt and Kyle Busch were added to the special anniversary list of NASCAR’s 75 Greatest Drivers.
Both brothers are champions at NASCAR’s highest level, with Kyle Busch claiming the Cup Series title in 2015 and 2019, and Kurt Busch becoming the first champ in the sport’s playoff era in 2004. Younger brother Kyle has 62 Cup Series wins with Kurt contributing 34 victories to the Busch family tally.
Kyle Busch established himself as a stock-car great with more than 200 – and counting – victories across all three NASCAR national series. The 38-year-old driver tops the all-time win list in both the Xfinity Series and the Craftsman Truck Series, and he currently ranks ninth in the Cup Series.
Kurt Busch, 44, sports crown-jewel triumphs in both the Daytona 500 (2017) and the Coca-Cola 600 (2010). Of his 22 seasons at the Cup Series level, 19 of those campaigns included at least one win.
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