BUSCH: Todd Bodine leaves Busch ride

Todd Bodine has left his ride in the Herzog-Jackson Motorsports ...

Todd Bodine has left his ride in the Herzog-Jackson Motorsports # 92 Busch Series entry. Bodine took over the ride from Andy Houston after only four races and decided to join the 92 team after his Winston Cup ride, the #26 owned by Travis Carter, lost their primary sponsor, K-Mart, to bankrupcy.

Bodine currently sits 16th in points and had a win at Kentucky. He also nocked out a pole, six top-fives and nine top-10s. Apparently that wasn't enough for the driver, as he disclosed his Cup focus as the reason for his departure.

Bodine will be one of five drivers eligable for the "No Bull Five" million dollar bonus this weekend in Talladega in his Winston Cup ride.

Herzog-Jackson Motorsports is seeking a driver to take over behind the wheel of the 92 for the remaining six races. They have a week to find a driver. The Busch Series is off this week before they head to Lowe's Motor Speedway for the race on October 12th.

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Series NASCAR Cup , NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Todd Bodine , Andy Houston