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Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch
American racecar driver Kurt Busch was born on Aug. 4, 1978, in Las Vegas, Nev. At the age of 6, he was accompanying his father to the track and driving go-carts himself. He then moved on to Dwarf competition. In 1994, his first full year as a driver, he won 10 consecutive races at 10 different tracks. He won the 1998 Auto Zone Elite Division Southwest Series Rookie of the Year, followed by winning the 1999 series championship. That led to a tryout in a Roush Racing "Gong Show," which he won and earned a Craftsman Truck Series ride. In the championship standings, he finished second and won Rookie of the Year. Busch had a breakout year in 2002, winning four races, had 12 top fives and 20 top... Show more »
American racecar driver Kurt Busch was born on Aug. 4, 1978, in Las Vegas, Nev. At the age of 6, he was accompanying his father to the track and driving go-carts himself. He then moved on to Dwarf competition. In 1994, his first full year as a driver, he won 10 consecutive races at 10 different tracks. He won the 1998 Auto Zone Elite Division Southwest Series Rookie of the Year, followed by winning the 1999 series championship. That led to a tryout in a Roush Racing "Gong Show," which he won and earned a Craftsman Truck Series ride. In the championship standings, he finished second and won Rookie of the Year. Busch had a breakout year in 2002, winning four races, had 12 top fives and 20 top tens, leading to a third place finish in points. In 2003, at Darlington Raceway, he and Ricky Craven were side-by-side around the track. Craven crossed the finish line 0.002 seconds ahead of Busch, making it the closest finish in NASCAR history. His 2005 season was cut short after being pulled over in Arizona for suspicion of drunken driving and cited for reckless driving. Roush Racing suspended him. He was sentenced to serve 50 hours of community service to be completed within one year. In the February 2006 edition of GQ magazine, he was number three of its list of top ten most hated athletes, behind Barry Bones and Terrell Owens. In the 2009 Kobalt Tools 600, he gained his 19th Spring Cup Series win, leading more laps in the race than he did in his entire 2008 season. In 2010, he won the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, and the next weekend, he won the Coca-Cola 600. He won the first competitive event of the 2011 season, the Budweiser Shootout. Busch is the third driver to cross over between NASCAR and the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA), which he started in 2011. « Show less
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  • Federal cuts dampen Baltimore's commercial real estate market

    Federal cuts dampen Baltimore's commercial real estate market
    The threat of automatic spending cuts by the federal government caused companies to press the pause button on real estate expansion in the Baltimore region during the third quarter, according to analysts. "It reflects the nature of the economic drivers...
  • Vertis Holdings files for bankruptcy reorganization, agrees to sell firm

    Baltimore-based Vertis Holdings Inc., at one time the largest U.S. producer of advertising inserts in newspapers, plans to sell itself to a Wisconsin printing company for $258.5 million through an auction in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Vertis filed for...
  • T. Rowe Price reports third-quarter profit of $247.3 million

    T. Rowe Price reports third-quarter profit of $247.3 million
    Buoyed by rising assets under management and market gains, T. Rowe Price Group reported Wednesday that it earned $247.3 million, or 94 cents per share, for the third quarter. Revenue reached $769.7 million for the three months ending Sept. 30. A year...
  • Under Armour sees 25% jump in third-quarter earnings

    Booming Under Armour Inc. announced Thursday that it earned $57 million in the third quarter, a 25 percent jump over the year-earlier period that was driven by strong demand for men's, women's and youth apparel and growing acceptance of the brand's...
  • Aberdeen city finances on track, officials say

    Revenue received by the City of Aberdeen in the first 10 weeks of the current fiscal year well exceeded what was spent in the same period, the city's finance director said. During Monday's city council meeting, Director of Finance, Opiribo Jack presented...
  • Jos. A. Bank stock downgraded by Zacks

    Jos. A. Bank stock downgraded by Zacks
    With Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. likely poised to announce year-end and fourth-quarter results this week, investors and analysts wonder just how bad it will be. So far this year, stock in the Hampstead-based men's apparel chain has sat out the stock...
  • Game 18: Bitter defeat -- Ravens fall to Steelers again

    Game 18: Bitter defeat -- Ravens fall to Steelers again
    In a rivalry defined by the big hits, it was the Ravens who knocked themselves out of their Super Bowl run. A crushing third-down play in the fourth quarter and three third-quarter turnovers in their territory led to the Ravens' 31-24 self-destructing...
  • Under Armour reports earnings gain, beats Wall St. estimates

    Under Armour reports earnings gain, beats Wall St. estimates
    Under Armour Inc. scored a touchdown Tuesday with its second-quarter profit rising 7 percent, which sent its stock soaring. Shares in the iconic Baltimore-based sports apparel maker surged 9 percent to $52.79 each in New York Stock Exchange trading after...
  • Game 12: Ravens let up in the end, lose 13-10 to Steelers

    Game 12: Ravens let up in the end, lose 13-10 to Steelers
    The Ravens and Joe Flacco got blindsided by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Flacco's fourth-quarter fumble -- which came when Steelers safety Troy Polamalu stripped him from behind -- let control of the AFC North slip from their hands in a 13-10 loss to...
  • Game 13: Ravens saved by Wilson's INT return in OT

    Game 13: Ravens saved by Wilson's INT return in OT
    In a game filled with unexpected and dramatic twists, Ravens cornerback Josh Wilson acknowledged that he was more shocked than anyone else at the end in Reliant Stadium. Wilson's 12-yard interception return for a touchdown in overtime lifted the Ravens...
  • Severn Bancorp reports second-quarter earnings loss

    Severn Bancorp, the Annapolis-based parent of its namesake bank, posted Friday a net loss for the second quarter due to an increase in loan loss reserves. The company reported a loss of $846,000, or 13 cents per share, for the three months ending June...
  • Millennial Media today to release first quarterly financial results since IPO

    Millennial Media today to release first quarterly financial results since IPO
    Millennial Media Inc., which operates one of the largest mobile ad networks, is expected to release financial results for its first quarter of 2012 -- the first quarterly report from the company since going public on March 29. The release will come after...