As a die-hard Kurt Busch fan, you never miss a race. Relive your favorite Kurt Busch moments every time you see this 2020 #1 GearWrench 1:24 Regular Paint Die-Cast Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 on display in your fan cave. This Action...View full product details
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Kurt Busch, the 2004 NASCAR Cup Champion is a huge supporter of Vet Tix through his KB100 Ticket Donation Program. In recognition of Kurt's generosity, Vet Tix Presented him with their Distinguished Donor Award at ISM Raceway on November 8th 2019. Vet Tix is very grateful to Kurt, Ghip Ganassi Racing, Monster Energy and Chevrolet Motorsport for their support of Vet Tix. Kurt completed his 19th full season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and first with Chip Ganassi Racing, driving the No. 1 Chevrolet. He's the 2004 Cup champion and has won over 30 races in NASCAR's premier division, including wins in the Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600. He is a five-time winner in the Xfinity Series and has four wins in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
"When I crossed the finish line," Kurt says, "I had a vision of when I was a kid, dreaming about winning a NASCAR championship at the top level. Then it was the people - the team, the family support, that flashed through my mind next. But it finally hit me when I was doing a photo shoot four hours later, still in my suit, all wet from the champagne spray. I was holding the trophy, and the trophy was talking to me. (Laughs.) It was pure joy."
"The things I've accomplished, the relationships I've built, the way everything in my life has come together... I'm proud of my career. And I'm really proud of the second half of my career -- both professionally and personally."
"It's who I am," he says. "My attitude is the same as Monster Energy. Lifestyle in a can, and you don't know what's around the next corner. We have fun doing cross-promotions, doing things that move the needle for the company, for fans, and for the Monster Energy brand... but I don't feel like a spokesperson. I'm proud that I represent the brand in NASCAR. But I'm just as proud to be part of the Monster family."