NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch and his wife Samantha have been engaged in a battle with infertility. The couple’s only child, son Brexton, will be turning six years old later this month.
On Friday, Samantha Busch posted a heart-wrenching update on their latest pregnancy attempt.
— Samantha Busch (@SamanthaBusch) April 30, 2021
The couple was certainly hoping for positive news in this latest go-round. Unfortunately, it was simply not meant to be. Kyle and Samantha have been trying unsuccessfully to bear a second child and younger sibling for Brexton.
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Despite the sad news, Kyle Busch stayed true to his plans to compete in both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Cup Series races this weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Busch, the owner and founder of KBM Motorsports, continued the run of dominance for his Truck Series team by picking up a thrilling win on Saturday night.
ROWDY GETS IT DONE!
— NASCAR Camping World Trucks (@NASCAR_Trucks) May 2, 2021
Unfortunately, Samantha Busch is not attending this weekend’s action in Kansas. Known for always being at the track and typically atop the pit box for her husband’s races, it is certainly unusual for both the family and fans alike for her not to be there.
After the race, Kyle was asked about his decision to run the truck event on Saturday after Friday’s pregnancy update.
Kyle Busch’s wife, Samantha, posted a video Friday about another unsuccessful attempt in their battle with infertility. Kyle said he didn’t consider not racing this weekend while Samantha stayed home. The couple will celebrate son Brexton’s sixth birthday later this month. pic.twitter.com/EMpyZrzT41
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) May 2, 2021
The all-time winningest driver in NASCAR Truck Series history, it seems safe to say that Busch was racing for more than just a trophy on Saturday.
In addition, Kyle Busch will be celebrating his birthday on Sunday. While he clearly isn’t too focused on that, one’s heart has to go out to him and Samantha given the events of the past week.
See more of Kyle and Samantha Busch below.