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Kyle Busch promotes NASCAR sponsor to Twitter’s Elon Musk

Kyle Busch joins Richard Childress Racing in 2023; Sponsorship has not yet been announced

For 2023, Kyle Busch moves to Richard Childress Racing as the driver of the #8 machine. The move ends a 15-year run at the wheel of the #18 car.

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The change of teams was spawned as MARS Incorporated opts not to renew its sponsorship of the #18 car in 2023. JGR has been seeking sponsorship for over a year. However, they were unable to find a new sponsor and Busch was forced to seek a contract outside of JGR.

Kyle Busch and Elon Musk don’t have much in common. However, if we were to reach, the two are polarizing, universally hated and outlaw figures of their industries.

The billionaire recently bought Twitter. He took the company private and made a host of major changes to the social media platform.

One of these changes is the verification process. In an effort to fight spambots and generate revenue outside of traditional advertising, Twitter now charges $8 to become a verified account.

This service is deployed through Twitter Blue. The service was first launched over a year ago, but the verification process is a new addition to the same upgrade.

Verified accounts are given priority in search as well as in the comments section of content.

Kyle Busch asks Elon Musk to join NASCAR

Elon Musk responded to the backlash: “All complainers, keep complaining, but it will cost $8.”

As mentioned earlier, Kyle Busch is the new driver of the #8 NASCAR Cup Series machine. Kyle took the opportunity to make a sponsor pitch…

Kyle Busch commented: “Hey Elon Musk, as much as I like the choice of numbers, I think we need to get a formal deal done first…”

Since the Twitter comment above, the $8 version of Twitter Blue has been momentarily released. This led to a whole bunch of new spam as people paid for a verified account and then pretended to be popular brands as well as celebrities.

An account claiming to be the Eli & Lily brand falsely advertised that insulin injections would soon be free for everyone. It cost the company valuation billions as people sold their shares in bulk thinking the tweet was from Eli & Lily’s Twitter page.

Richard Childress Racing has made no sponsorship announcements regarding Busch. However, Lenovo’s CEO said he intends to stay with Richard Childress Racing in 2023.

Elon Musk is the new owner of Twitter and he remains the CEO of Telsa, Space X and Starlink.

Kyle Busch is a two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion.

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Kyle Busch | Joe Gibbs Race | Twitter | Richard Childress Racing | 23XI Race | NASCAR



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