Kyle Busch/Joe Gibbs Rumour as Reported By DaveMoody

These rumours are as of yet unconfirmed by those involved, and according to MRN Radio motorsports announcer Dave Moody an announcement will be made in 2 to 3 weeks.

To put it in point form:

- Kyle Busch will drive the #18 Interstate Batteries Car next 3 years (until 2010)
- JJ Yeley will be in the Wood Brothers' #21 car next year
- No word on where Kenny Schrader will end up
- Joe Gibbs Racing will be driving Toyotas next year

Adding Fuel to this rumour is this:

- It has been confirmed that JGR will not be providing engines to Hall of Fame Racing next year and they have approached the newly amalgamated DEI/RCR engine trust for engines for next year.

Very interesting to say the least.

In other news:

Scott Riggs will be riding the pine at The Glen this weekend as Canadian Patrick Carpentier will be behind the wheel of the Gillett-Evernham Racing's #10 Valvoline/Stanley Tools Dodge.

Request of you, my faithful readers:

I'm looking at doing a weekly feature here at NASCAR Ranting and Raving, but I need your help. The feature is going to be called Tattoo Tuesdays and every Tuesday I am going to feature somebody's NASCAR related tattoo with their story and this is where you come in - I need pictures, names, artist(s), and stories of people with their NASCAR Tattoos. If you have a NASCAR tattoo, or know of someone who does, and would like to share it with the rest of the blogosphere then please email me the necessary info at Thanks.

Photo Credits: Kyle Busch -

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