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Kurt Busch: Me And My Brother, We Are Always Out There

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Kurt Busch is one of many big name drivers taking part in this weekend's Auto Club 400 In Fontana.

Fun Facts About Kurt Busch: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) He is an American stock car racing driver. He competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, driving the No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing.

2) Busch, winner of 24 Cup races and the 2004 championship, also races on an "opportunity permitting" basis in the Pro Stock division of NHRA.

3) He is a second-generation racing driver; his father, Tom, won several NASCAR-sanctioned events. He is the older brother of Kyle Busch, who is also a NASCAR driver.

4) Busch won the Cup Series Championship in 2004, the first ever season using the "Chase for the Cup" points format, finishing just eight points ahead of Jimmie Johnson. With a 2006 win in the Nationwide Series, Busch became one of only 23 drivers with a win in all three of NASCAR's top divisions: the Sprint Cup Series, the Nationwide Series, and the Camping World Truck Series.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' Auto Club 400 takes place this Sunday at the Auto Club Speedway In Fontana.

Twitter: @KurtBusch

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If mentioning Sunday's race: #AutoClub400

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