Kyle Busch Talked Potential Future IndyCar – NASCAR Crossovers

The major change to the NASCAR and IndyCar schedule last year made the impossible happen, and on July 4th, a NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader event took place. The NASCAR Xfinity Series and IndyCar both competed on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on July 4th, with the Cup Series running on the speedway oval on July 5th. In this unprecedented event, the highest levels of American stock car racing and open-wheel racing ran on the same weekend and at the same venue. Many drivers showed interest in competing in both the IndyCar and NASCAR races, and Cup Series champion Kyle Busch also discussed the matter.

Kyle Busch at the 2019 XFinity SeriesKyle Busch Does Not Expect There to Be Much Crossover In General

While there is talk of future NASCAR – IndyCar doubleheaders on different tracks, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course is already getting ready to host another one in August. When asked if he would consider IndyCar to take part in such a doubleheader, Kyle Busch did not give a definitive answer. He did point out, though, that he did not believe there would be many such events taking place in the future, despite all the hype around them.

Despite doubting that there would be enough events for it to occur, Cup Series champion Kyle Busch said he assumed it would be possible. According to him, the hurdles facing a driver who wanted to take part in both competitions include logistics, finding a suitable vehicle, and the physical exhaustion from having to do two road courses on one weekend.

Kyle Busch Would Like to Drive an Open-wheel Car In the Indianapolis 500, Like His Brother Kurt

Kurt Busch and his car at the Indianapolis 500 - 2014 In several interviews, Kyle Busch has shown interest in getting to drive an open-wheel race car for the Indianapolis 500. His brother Kurt Busch did so in 2014, becoming the fourth and most recent driver to run the Memorial Day Double. As for his opinion on the current NASCAR – IndyCar doubleheaders, Kyle said that he views anything good for racing as a good thing in general, so he would certainly not mind seeing more events like that.

Mick Schumacher Tests Father Michael’s Jordan 191 at Silverstone

It’s been 30 years since Michael Schumacher raced for the first time in F1 at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix.

Getting a Taste of Father’s Machine

Mick Schumacher gave the machine that belonged to his father a trial run. Micheal, who won seven Formula1 championships, had made his debut in the same car in the 1991 Grand Prix. Mick drove that car for a brief period at the Silverstone on Tuesday. The machine was a green-liveried Jordan 191.

Paying Homage to Seven-Time Championship Winner

The car show demonstrated was shot to be featured on TV. Sky Sports F1, the U.K.-based broadcaster, filmed the demonstration which will be aired during the next coming Belgian Grand Prix. It is a way to tribute Michael Schumacher’s 30 years of Formula1. The Belgian race will mark 30 years since he made his debut at Belgian Grand Prix in 1991.

The Roller Coaster Journey of Michael Schumacher

Micheal was pulled in for his debut at Formula 1 in 1991 at Spa Francorchamps with Jordan. Micheal had qualified seven in the season but sadly has to retire because of a clutch failure.

However, it was Schumacher’s only ride with Jordan, as he later hopped onto Benetton for the upcoming race. He raced in Benton through 1995 – and also won two out of his seven world titles.

Michael raced through 306 races. He was at his peak, enjoying the wins during his 11-year reign with Ferrari. His last race was in 2012, where he bid adieu to his career. He was with Mercedes during that time.

Michael suffered some critical injuries because of a ski accident in 2013 and has not made a public appearance since.

Taking a Look at the Previous Demonstration of the Car

It won’t be the first time Mick rode his father’s machine. He has previously demonstrated the car on a few occasions at Grand Prix. He drove his father’s 1994 Benetton B194 in 2019 at Spa Francorchamps. He demonstrated 2004 Ferrari F2004 in 2019 at Hockenheim and at Mugello to mark Ferrari’s 1000 Grand Prix celebrations.