KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Kyle Busch says money isn't an issue in whether former Formula One champion Kimi Raikkonen will drive more races for the NASCAR star's team.
Busch disputed on Friday the notion that funding was an issue with the Finn, who signed a deal with Kyle Busch Motorsports in April to run three to five NASCAR Trucks Series races.
Raikkonen ran a pair of Trucks races, then the Nationwide event last week in Charlotte, finishing four laps down in 27th. Busch said Raikkonen had met his financial obligations for the races he's run.
Though Busch hasn't discussed future NASCAR plans with the Finn, he says he's open to talking with Raikkonen about running more Trucks or Nationwide races, mentioning venues such as Atlanta, Martinsville and Homestead.

Recent NASCAR Discussions

NASCAR Odds

No NASCAR odds found

Nascar Top Stories

Thumbnail Ford EcoBoost 400 Picks The 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Series wraps up its season today with the Ford EcoBoost 400 today. Which driver will...
Thumbnail Ford EcoBoost 300 Picks The NASCAR Xfinity Series waves the green flag on its season finale, the Ford EcoBoost 300 later today. Here are the drivers we like to contend for the...
Thumbnail Ford EcoBoost 400 Odds The 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Series concludes in 2017 season with the final race for the championship, the Ford EcoBoost 400 today. Here’s a look at the odds for this...
Thumbnail Ford EcoBoost 300 Odds The NASCAR Xfinity Series wraps up its 2017 season on Saturday with the running of the Ford EcoBoost 300. Here’s a...
Thumbnail Can-Am 500 Predictions The 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Series holds the final race before the Chase for the Championship finale when drivers compete in the Can-Am 500 today. Here’s our picks for this...