Starting now and continuing through February 27, you can bid on Kyle Busch’s race-worn helmet, still covered in mud from his first-ever TORC off-road race at Chicago’s Route 66 Raceway! All proceeds benefit the Kyle Busch Foundation.
After a few days of testing at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway, Kyle Busch strapped into a TRAXXAS-sponsored Pro 2WD race truck to challenge the country’s best short-course racers on Route 66’s dirt oval, which had been converted into a tight and technical of-road layout. Busch was right at home, racing wheel to wheel alongside the veterans of the dirt. Proving his versatility, he transitioned from his off-road truck directly into his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra to compete on Chicagoland Speedway’s oval the same weekend—and took the win! Busch ended the 2010 NASCAR season as the only driver in history to win 24 races across the sanctioning body’s top three series.
Kyle Busch is happy to dedicate a souvenir from his first professional off-road outing to benefit charity, through a foundation in his name that provides relief and essential tools for less fortunate children across America. To learn more, visit KyleBuschMotorsports.com