Kyle enjoys riding dune buggies.
Kyle is driving for Joe Gibbs Racing during the 2008 season.
As a teenager, he was desperate to make a name for himself other than "Kurt's little brother."
At the age of 19, he became the youngest top rookie in the Busch Series history.
He was an honor student in school, but his activities always included a racecar.
He grew up watching his father race cars, and he inspired him to race.
Kyle's first driving lessons came at the age of 6.
By the age of 10, Kyle served as crew chief of Kurt's dwarf car team.
Kyle has been racing since the age of 13.
As of 2007, Kyle lives in Mooresville, NC.
Kyle's crew chief is Alan Gustafson.
Kyle's first full-time season of racing began in 2004.
Kyle is the youngest pole sitter in NEXTEL Cup history as of 2007.
In 2007, he scored Chevrolet's 600th NASCAR victory.
He scored Hendrick Motorsports their 200th NASCAR win in 2007.
His winnings totaled $5,537,337 for 2006.
He was the first NASCAR Nextel Cup driver to win in NASCAR's Car of Tomorrow.
He has West Highland White Terrier dogs named Kelly and Suize.
As of 2007, he has been dating Erica Dawn Dewey since he entered Nextel Cup in 2005.
His nickname is "Shrub," which his older brother calls him because it's the same name as a small bush.
At the end of the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup racing season, Kyle finished 10th in points.
At age 16 Kyle drove for Rouch Racing as a replacement in the Nascar Craftsman Truck series in 2001.
Kyle Busch weighs 160 pounds.
Kyle Busch is 6'1".
Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordan, and Brian Vickers are some of his teamates.
In his second season in the NASCAR Nextel Cup, Kyle was a Nextel Cup championship contender.
He drives the #5 Chevrolet Monte Carlo for Hendrick Motorsports.
In 2005, he won his first NASCAR race in the Sony HD 500, at California Speedway.
His first NASCAR race was in 2004, in the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400, at Las Vegas motor speedway.
He was the 2004 NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year.
Kyle is the younger brother of fellow NASCAR driver Kurt Busch.
Kyle is the 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Rookie of the Year.
Kyle Busch: It's going to be about who has the best car at the end of a run, not just who is fast.
Kyle Busch: Come up and talk to the driver about it. Help me out. I'm a young guy and I'm trying to learn. If you want to teach me something, come up and discuss it with me and tell me what I need to do differently.
Kyle Busch: I really wanted to create my own identity and not be so closely linked with my brother, so I chose to go with Hendrick. But there's no question that my big break in the sport came about because of Kurt. At the same time I wouldn't be here if I couldn't hack it. I plan on being in the Chase next year.
Kyle Busch: I'm only driving my car 85, 90 percent out there -- not even pushing it the final 100 percent because I'm scared to death seeing all the other people with problems out there. It's just terrible circumstances to race in.
Kyle Busch: I know Jimmie is a chase driver, but it doesn't much matter to me, I'm trying to race as hard as I can to win.
Kyle Busch: It's one of the things that you fight though when your car is good enough to win, your teammates car is good enough to win, too. It's a tight spot to be in, but as far as the team orders or anything, there was none of that.
Kyle Busch: We were a little too tight at the end and couldn't get the fresh air we needed. I was hoping he might be little looser and chase up the track.
Kyle Busch: All in all, it's just a great experience to be out here and run with the best of them. We need to build a championship team for next year.
Kyle Busch: It's probably hurt me more. Now I have to live up to his expectations. I have my own going for me now.
Kyle Busch: It's been one of those years where you just try to keep going and learn on what you need to do to make yourself better. You just have to keep going.