KYLE BUSCH, NO. 5 KELLOGG'S CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO SS: Involved in multi-car incident "It is the Nextel All-Star Challenge race. It was what ever body goes for. You go for broke here. You either check'er or wreck'er here. Unfortunate...
KYLE BUSCH, NO. 5 KELLOGG'S CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO SS:
Involved in multi-car incident
"It is the Nextel All-Star Challenge race. It was what ever body goes for. You go for broke here. You either check'er or wreck'er here. Unfortunate circumstances for the Kellogg's Chevrolet; we had a couple guys up front that got together and started a whole melee. There was no real place for me to go. Greg Biffle was behind me and he couldn't see the wreck through my car. He got in the back of me and it was on from there.
"We were awful strong that first segment and were able to win it. Coming back through the field was going to be a little bit of a challenge but we were dedicated to it and up for the challenge. This is kind of the nature of the race. I don't really understand why guys were going for it so hard quite this early; we were only after the first caution of the second segment. All in all, we learned some stuff today so we can come back for the 600 and hopefully be stronger.
"I felt good about my car buy I didn't feel too excellent about it; we had a great race car. In the beginning of the run everyone kind of ran us over but then at the end of the run we were starting to pull back away from them. There's something to look forward to in a 600-miler because you need long runs in order to run the 600 miles. It's something we can take into next week.
"The way our car was handling there was a few issues we need to work on but all in all the Kellogg's Chevrolet was strong and we could have made it to the end."