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Kyle Busch is sluggish, William Byron is even worse

Is this a way to gain momentum in the playoffs?

I’ve seen Hugo in 1988 snuggle up to the entry lamp in a better way than some of these so-called competitors.

Indeed, there are still six weeks before everyone needs to get into the sport trim. Yes, some of these slumps are dotted with bad luck and chance. But boys, boys, look at these current trends:

With his last five starts, Kyle Busch finished between the 12th and the 30th.

Joey Logano’s last three finishes: 27th, 26th and 24th.

Alex Bowman hasn’t made it to the top 10 in the last six races and has finished three times below 32nd.

What's wrong with Billy the Kid? William Byron has been virtually off the grid since early April.

And William Byron? Yuck: With 13 starts since his victory at Martinsville in early April, he has only one in the top ten and his ninth in Sonoma.

Meanwhile, Daniel Suarez and Austin Sindrick suddenly became frontpack fixtures, and Ross Chastain planted himself all year round.

Through gear:Alex Bowman’s team accuses “dismissed idiots”, Dillon headhunts Keselowski, and Bell blows up the playoffs

Kyle Busch is sluggish, William Byron is even worse

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