WASHINGTON (AP) - NASCAR drivers Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth all have their moments of angst and frustration over the course of a racing season.
However those lows pale in comparison after visiting members of the U.S. Military on Thursday at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Busch was among the group of drivers that walked through the hospital wards to meet the wounded soldiers, sign autographs, take pictures and swap stories. For Busch, this was an opportunity to ``give back'' to those that ``have sacrificed so much and have lost quite a bit'' and to help ``put a smile on their face for an afternoon.''

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