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RCR, Kyle Busch add sponsorship from Netspend

Kyle Busch shares why he "felt good" after conversations with Richard Childress Racing and reveals what led to his decision to leave Joe Gibbs Racing, and while Dale Jr. thinks it's a good fit, Kyle Petty isn't so sure.

Kyle Busch and Richard Childress Racing have picked up multi-race sponsorship from financial services company Netspend.

Busch, in his first season driving for the Welcome, N.C.-based team, will carry Netspend colors in several races, including the March 26 event at Circuit of the Americas in Texas near Netspend’s Austin headquarters.

“We’re looking forward to seeing the No. 8 Netspend Chevy on race tracks across America and delivering our key marketing and business objectives through this unique platform with the RCR team partnership,” said Kelley Knutson, Netspend president, in a statement released by RCR.

Busch left Joe Gibbs Racing after 15 seasons to join RCR for 2023. The loss of the M&Ms/Mars sponsorship at JGR was a key in Busch’s departure.