NASCAR driver Kurt Busch will not be driving again any time soon due to domestic abuse allegations…
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Kurt Busch, who has won awards such as the 2000 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year, has been suspended indefinitely from racing due to being accused of domestic violence.
Busch allegedly bashed his ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll’s head into a wall in his motor home after strangling her. He was supposed to race in the Daytona 500, but chances are he may never race again, especially if these allegations are found to be true.
NASCAR announced Busch’s indefinite suspension from driving on its official Twitter account.
NEWS: Kurt Busch has been suspended indefinitely.
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 20, 2015