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Kyle Busch likens himself to a grown man racing children Chris Graythen/Getty Images
during the NASCAR XFINITY Series Virginia529 College Savings 250 at Richmond International Raceway on September 8, 2017 in Richmond, Virginia.

Yet another Xfinity Series race victory went to a cup series driver. Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, and Ty Dillon finished 1-2-3 in Richmond Friday night, giving Monster Energy Cup drivers wins in nearly 70 percent of the Xfinity races they were eligible to run in this year. This continued imbalance was supports NASCAR‘s reasons to tighten restrictions even further for 2018.

Kyle Bush, never one afraid to ruffle some feathers, took to twitter to poke fun at anyone complaining about the unfair competition.

Responding to a video of Corey LaJoie beating a bunch of kids in a tire rolling race, Kyle Bush started to realize what people were so upset about when cup drivers go and dominate the lower series. Except wait, he didn’t win. What gives?

Obviously, it isn’t fair to full time Xfinity drivers to see cup series drivers constantly use their series as a tune-up or a way to earn some quick cash. Busch surely gets it, even if he thinks finishing second to another Cup series driver absolves him from all guilt.

H/T NBCSports

Related: Cup Drivers once again dominate XFinity

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