Kyle Busch played the part when he was required to go to the infield care center.
After driving his dented No. 18 Toyota back to the garage, Busch got on the waiting medical cart and laid on his back. He then folded his arms and put them over his chest for the short ride to the care center not too far away.
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The rear of Busch's car made contact with the outer wall in Turn 1 during Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice Friday at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch had already driven the car to the garage and talked to his team when he was told of the waiting cart. Drivers are required to go to the infield care center to be checked out after any crashes involving contact with the wall or another car.
It only took a few minutes before NASCAR officials said Busch had been evaluated and released.