Bleacher Report is the go-to destination for armchair quarterbacks everywhere. Criticism of the records tends to focus on the fact that there were more races available for him to compete in at that time, but if anything that shows his stamina and hardiness. The only way a person like that could accumulate so much hate from people, is if he wins and Kyle does, a lot. You want to fight him because he irritates you. Jeff Gordon With 93 wins under his belt, Gordon is ranked third of all-time, which is the highest total in the modern era which began in 1972. Jeremy Mayfield The Jeremy Mayfield case is a sad one.
A once relatively liked driver, Hamlin has managed to skyrocket up through the hatred rankings and has even been recently mentioned as the 1. Matt Sullivan, Getty Images Whether some want to admit it or not, the sport needs Kyle Busch because he keeps things real and interesting. If you can say one hundred percent that something that Kyle Busch has never entertained you with something he has done you would be lying. A physical altercation with Joey Logano in Phoenix in 2017. You want to fight him because you are holding a grudge from the 90s.
Joey Logano Joey Logano came into the league at a young age, when giants still roamed the tracks. After the incident, almost everyone wanted Elliott to get revenge on Hamlin. However, he put on quite a performance during the Digital Ally 400 at Kansas. Whatever it may be when we find drivers we like we always find drivers we hate, or at least dislike. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. The otherwise affable Spencer smashed Busch in the face and was hailed as a hero for doing so.
He is the winningest active driver and holds the record for the most wins at five tracks, and is tied on a fifth with Jeff Gordon. The run-ins with numerous drivers over the years have been because of his aggressive driving style. Junior Johnson Junior Johnson was a man who did as he pleased — no matter what the personal cost. Kevin Harvick is now a social media trend after a fight with Keselowski on Nov. Kyle Busch is the epitome of checkers or wreckers.
It simply would not make sense. Busch has a very loud and very large personality but also has the very large results to back it up. He is quick to drop the gloves with anyone who ticks him off — whether another driver, a reporter, or another team owner. We are committed to diversity and inclusion within our sport and, therefore, will continue to welcome all competitors and fans at our events in the state of Indiana, and anywhere else we race. I was wondering who was hated before Gordon.
Fellow drivers have attempted to fight Keselowski this season multiple times. His latest single-car wreck on the last lap of the Geico 500 at Talladega brought back the once-funny, now dry nickname. One of the more infamous feuds Kyle has had has been the one between Joey Logano. I will agree, however, that it was somewhat lame when Dillon accused his team of choosing the wrong car for the race after a poor run earlier this season. Whether that means he is rethinking the way he conducts business or is simply focusing on the 2018 season is unknown.
Since then, the sport has and a large portion of the most popular drivers including, Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. That would appear to sum things up even better. Pictured above Jeff Gordon and wife Ingrid Vandebosch Now how is this relevant to the topic of gay drivers? In the 2011 WinStar World Casino truck race, Kyle Busch had a run-in with championship contender, Ron Hornaday, and decided to purposefully put him into the wall. None the less all of these drivers are winners, and some future Hall of Famers, and you can hate them but you still got to respect them. Then he wants to sit there and throw a water bottle at me. He won the Daytona 500 seven times, and he is the only driver to win 27 races in a single season. Twitter and Facebook exploded as the story went viral.
Join the Beyond The Flag team! Some fans love them, others hate them. Watch the video above for more about Curry's moon landing conspiracy troll that caused an internet frenzy. To make matters worse, his smug demeanor in the post-wreck interview outraged fans even more. People say the wrong thing, do the wrong thing and the gates of hell fling wide open as spectators and fans pounce on errors, bad decisions or anything they disagree with. Open criticism of the CoT in 2007 as well as the 2019 rules package and Goodyear tires. While trouble has no difficulty finding him when his hard driving for the win can cause problems between he and his fellow drivers. You want to fight him because his fame annoys you.
But has Denny Hamlin passed him for that title? A sad ending to an otherwise remarkable life. Every sport has its villains and bad boys. As the track erupted in a cloud of boos, Kyle waved three fingers in the air to further mock the crowed of his three wins that weekend. During his racing career Stewart was famous for jumping out of his car and punching other drivers while they still had their helmets on! Like the previous three drivers, Logano is a guy who is hated not so much because of his off-track antics, but because of his aggressive on-track driving style. Maybe if he can topple a few more records that will change. Like his Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano would be considered a nice guy off the track, but is definitely no stranger to controversy on it. When he wins, he rubs it in and when he loses, he has a shitty attitude.