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Kyle Busch Reveals His Son Brexton’s Role in His Next Sponsorship Negotiation After M&M’s NASCAR Exit

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One of the biggest stories from this current off-season has to be the announcement of M&M’s and Kyle Busch parting ways, putting an end to one of the most iconic sponsorships in NASCAR history. This definitely made some fans upset considering the impact and sentimental aspect so many of them have with that paint scheme.

But instead of being upset about something coming to an end, all of us should now look forward to the start of something new. And in this case, that ‘something new’ for Kyle Busch could involve his son Brexton as well.

The youngest of the Busch dynasty is already a race car driver in his own right. Most recently, Brexton Busch took part in the Tulsa Shootout where the world got to see this wonderful racer in the making in full action.

And this could potentially mean for Kyle Busch, in this new quest, that there could be a sponsorship deal that involves his son as well.

“That has been talked about,” he said in a recent interview.

WATCH: @SERVPRO racecar driver @brextonbusch and dad @KyleBusch race the same event for the 1st time! pic.twitter.com/O6iSqvSbMO

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Kyle Busch looking for a new sponsor that allows him to be himself more

The two-time Cup Series champion described how M&M’s allowed him to “be a little bit more,” than some other brands might. This is something Busch admitted he would want his new sponsor to be lenient about.

“In a new sponsor search, you would look for someone that is kind of around the same way. But anything is possible, and we’ll just have to see who that next company is,” Busch said.

HAMPTON, GEORGIA – JULY 10: Kyle Busch, driver of the #54 Extra Gum Toyota, gives a thumbs up after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Credit Karma Money 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on July 10, 2021 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

As he chases his third Cup Series title, Kyle Busch remains hopeful of finding a sponsor that fills M&M’s boots and being just as effective.

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“Thankfully, we have enough lead time that hopefully we can [come] up with a good, viable replacement and the next company that will be adorned all over me and hopefully continue to go race for wins and championships down the road.”

Also Read: Who Can Replace Kyle Busch at the Joe Gibbs Racing Xfinity Series Team?

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