The fourth place result in the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway moved Busch from 12th to 10th in the driver standings.
Kurt Busch finished 31st due to a part failure early in the Irwin Tools Night Race.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has next weekend off. The schedule resumes Sunday July 28 in the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Busch heads back to Daytona this weekend sporting different colors and hoping for some good fortune in a restrictor-plate style of racing where a driver not only has to be good, but have good fortune to go along with it.
Kyle Busch proved his worth in the inaugural Sprint Cup race at Kentucky in 2011, when he led six times for a race-high 125 laps to be the historic first winner in NASCAR’s top series in the state.
Denny Hamlin snags the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 pole in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Kurt Busch turned in the second-fastest qualifying time.
Over the past year, Kurt Busch has worked with the Armed Forces Foundation.
Busch picked up two spots in the driver standings. He currently sits 22nd in points after eight of 36 races.
Kurt Busch accepting Maj. Gen. Thomas Sadler Award for his work with Speedway Children's Charities.
With just 27 years old he has veteran-like numbers.