Brutal Austin Hill Effectively Reveals Kyle Busch To RCR NASCAR Rumors

Richard Childress Racing has attempted to drop a mysterious image of a new driver in the squad. Unfortunately, their graphics department decided to lazy with it. Fans quickly picked up on the sharp silhouette and called it the Xfinity Series driver Austin Hill.

Now with the rumors surrounding Kyle Busch’s move to RCR being thrown out the window and under a rug. It also highlights the possibility that Austin will replace Tyler Riddick.


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Fans mocked RCR for its lazy approach to these Twitter reveal. Although some fans thought it was Kyle BushHowever, others hurried to shut it down and confirmed that Cale did not possess such a broad skeleton.

The majority of the irony came from RCR’s reaction to the news of Tyler Reddick and how they ended up treating him. But regardless, it’s now certain that Kyle Busch’s RCR doors are closed.

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Despite the disqualification, Kyle Bush and Denny Hamlin rose through the power ratings

Even after Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch were disqualified after the Pocono race, both drivers managed to move up to the NASCAR Power Ranking table.


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AVONDALE, AZ – MARCH 12: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Dewalt Toyota, waits on the grid during practice for the Rove Mortgant 500 at Phoenix Raceway on March 12, 2022, in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

according to CBS Ranking of power, Denny climbed to fourth and Kyle to seventh. Kyle Bush’s performance in Pocono reminded us of his old days when he was in his prime, unfortunately due to his being left out otherwise we would have seen a happier Bush.

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Hamlin earned a total of four places in terms of his performance on race day rather than the final score that ended with a win from his hands and a pass to elegant Chase Elliott. This week as we head into the race in Indianapolis, we should see what happens this weekend.

Do you think Denny can get at least one more win in a legitimate car? Or will Kyle Busch be there to prove he still has what it takes to win races? Or maybe we see another comfortable win for Chase Elliot. Let us know what your predictions are for the next race!