Kurt Bush hopes to recover from depression this year

Kurt Bush hopes to recover from depression this year

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Kurt Busch said Tuesday he remains “hopeful” he will recover from his concussion in time to race again before the end of the NASCAR season.

In the year The 2004 Cup champion retired after the July 23 qualifier at Pocono Raceway. He has missed 10 races so far – both Ty Gibbs and Bubba Wallace have driven the No.45 Toyota for the 23XI since Busch was injured – and has given up his eligibility for the game.

“I’m doing well. Every week is better progress and I feel better and I don’t know when I will be back, but time will be the test. “There is responsibility here,” Bush said.

There are six races left in the season and 23XI owner Denny Hamlin says the team has contingency plans for Busch’s recovery and is not pressuring the 44-year-old back into the car. Bush is under contract at 23XI through next season for the 2024 election.

Bush attended several events to promote his recovery and enjoyed a night at the rodeo over the weekend. But Tuesday’s visit to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the 10th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month was Busch’s first public appearance as a NASCAR driver since the injury.

Attending the “Window of Hope” program for the second year in a row, next week’s race at Roval in Charlotte, all the window netting on the Cup cars will be pink meshing. Busch credited the Toyota Performance Center at TRD’s North Carolina headquarters for helping him recover and get back out to events.

“I feel hopeful. I know I have a lot of doctor visits and a long way to go, and I’m going to keep pushing every week,” Bush said. It’s a group of angels that help me balance. It’s just my overall balance.


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