TALLADEGA, Ala.—Jeff Burton didn’t have anything specific to say about his job prospects for 2014—just that he’s comfortable with the situation.
A 21-time winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Burton is leaving the No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet at the end of the season, and for the present, he’s entertaining offers for his services.
“I feel really good about what’s going on, and when I can talk about it, I can talk about it,” Burton said Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway. “I’m really comfortable with where I am, and the opportunities that have been presented to me the last month have been really interesting.
“Maybe one day I can talk about some of them, because some of them are crazy. It’s been a kind of interesting last few months, but I’m really comfortable with where I am and what I am going to be doing. I’m just not in position to talk about it. I promise you, when I can, I will.”
In a move that recalls the origins of NASCAR racing, Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway announced Saturday that Ole Smoky Moonshine will become the official moonshine of both racing facilities. Better yet, the product of the Tennessee distillery is legal…
The Kyle Busch Foundation earned recognition from the National Motorsports Press Association as the organization’s third-quarter spirit award winner, based on its efforts to raise awareness and funding for breast cancer patients in North Carolina. Though a corporate dinner and silent auction, the foundation launched by Kyle Busch and wife Samantha—in partnership with the Pretty in Pink Foundation of Raleigh—raised enough money to pay the medical bills of 12 cancer patients in four North Carolina counties.