KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Kyle Busch hit just about everything during another lousy weekend at Kansas Speedway.
The driver of the No. 18 Ford had to go to a backup car after wrecking in practice. Busch also crashed out of the Trucks Series race Saturday. He then spun twice more Sunday, the second time colliding with Joey Logano and ending his afternoon early.
Busch was running 22nd when he slid up the track, turned sideways and headed for the apron. He hit Logano nose to nose in a bone-rattling wreck, leaving debris scattered over the track.
Asked if he was OK, Busch radioed back to his team, ``Kansas, right?''
Last weekend's winner at Texas, Busch entered the weekend with an average finish of 21st at Kansas. He finished 38th Sunday.

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