NASCAR drivers weigh in from the NASCAR garage on March Madness

It’s that time of year. March Madness. The NCAA championships gain the attention of sports fans everywhere, including NASCAR drivers from all the top National touring NASCAR series. NASCAR media compiled a list of some of drivers and who they are pulling for as March Madness heats up.

Kurt Busch (No. 51 NSCS)
Final Four: Kentucky, Michigan State, Ohio State, Kansas
Championship game: Kentucky to win it all.
Thoughts: N/A

Denny Hamlin (No. 11 NSCS)
Final Four: “Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky!!”
Championship game: Kentucky
Thoughts: “I think Kentucky is going to win it all. The tournament is about talent and coaching, and Kentucky has a ton of talent and the best coach in college basketball (John Calipari). I mean, who’s going to beat them? I’m excited to watch the games over the next few weeks.” MORE>>>

 NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan, who drives the No. 33 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet in the Nationwide Series and No. 2 Chevrolet 8 Camping World Series, is a former walk-on basketball player for the Georgetown Hoyas,
NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan, who drives the No. 33 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet in the Nationwide Series and No. 2 Chevrolet 8 Camping World Series, is a former walk-on basketball player for the Georgetown Hoyas,
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