Kyle Busch's apology to Hendrick teammates a class act
Kyle Busch ticked off plenty with his me-against-the-world rant a few weeks ago at Daytona. But after his apology Saturday -- and a fourth place Sunday at Indy -- all is well again at Hendrick Motorsports, writes David Newton.
Updated: July 30, 2007, 6:05 PM ETBy David Newton | ESPN.com
INDIANAPOLIS -- Kyle Busch was in the middle of a pit road television interview following Sunday's Nextel Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon stopped to congratulate him.Busch blew him off.Sound familiar?Actually, Busch and the four-time Cup champion bumped knuckles, exchanged low fives and laughed about their battle for the third and fourth spots over the final laps.
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