Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, and Chase Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports, Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR, Cup Collection (Picture by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Pictures)

Kyle Busch was very appreciative that Chase Elliott determined to donate a big chunk of his NASCAR Truck Collection bounty cash to the Bundle of Pleasure Fund.

When Kyle Busch failed to carry off Chase Elliott at Charlotte Motor Speedway in final week’s NASCAR Truck Collection race, suffice it to say that Busch was not completely happy.

This meant that Elliott would declare the $100,000 bounty positioned on Busch by Kevin Harvick and Marcus Lemonis after Busch gained his seventh consecutive Truck Collection race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in February.

Had no full-time Cup Collection driver been in a position to beat Busch in his remaining 4 Truck Collection races this season, this $100,000 would have gone to the Bundle of Pleasure Fund.

The Bundle of Pleasure Fund was began by Kyle and his spouse Samantha to assist who take care of fertility points.

Sadly for the two-time Cup Collection champion, in simply the primary bounty race, that $100,000 was already off the desk, as he might solely handle a second place end behind Elliott.

Busch had not completed in decrease than first place in over two years, when he additionally completed in second at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Elliott had not even competed in a Truck Collection race in over three years, when he gained at Martinsville Speedway.

As an alternative, that cash can be donated to a charity of Elliott’s selection, given the circumstances led to by the coronavirus pandemic.

Busch’s post-race interview illustrated the pure frustration of lacking out on potential charity cash for a trigger close to and expensive to his coronary heart.

However Elliott has now introduced the place the bounty cash goes.

$50,000 is ready to go to Feed the Kids’s COVID-19 response, $25,000 is ready to go to the Purple Cross, and sure, the opposite $25,000 is ready to go to the Bundle of Pleasure Fund.

Busch responded to Elliott’s gesture of together with his and his spouse’s charity on this choice.

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Whereas the bounty cash is now not on the desk, Elliott and Busch are each set to compete in tomorrow’s Truck Collection race, the Vet Tix Tenting World 200, at Atlanta Motor Speedway as properly. Fox Sports activities 1 is ready to broadcast the race stay starting at 1:00 p.m. ET.


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