Kyle Busch is best known for driving a Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, but there are plenty of other models he drives in his spare time. Kyle Busch is nicknamed “Rowdy,” and since he’s the youngest pole winner of a Cup Series (back in 2005), he lives up to the nickname.
His favorite car to take around town is the Lexus LFA, worth a stunning four hundred thousand dollars, and it has some cool additions like a 552-horsepower engine and a six-speed automatic transmission. But Danica Patrick might have had a classmate at driving school: Busch was busted doing 128 MPH in this car.
From Trash to Treasure, Joey Logano has made an Econoline Van His Own
Joey Logano, when he isn't taking on lap after lap around the track, has spent plenty of time working on his own cars, including an Econoline Van. From a simple paint job to big modifications like adding a trailer hitch, it's gone through plenty of changes.
It's still an Econoline Van, however, all the way back from 1961, the very first generation. The van is currently on its fifth generation, and though Logano's version is still street legal, plenty of updates and additions are included in the newer versions.
Chase Elliot: Cowboy name, Silver Style
Chase Elliot has the kind of name you want driving your cattle up to Kansas City, but he's also the first rookie to win a National Series Championship. Chase Elliot didn't take those winnings to get a luxury car but instead opted for a dependable and durable 2015 Chevy Silverado. He hasn't looked back.
It's the right kind of car for a man with Chase Elliot's name, we're sure you'd agree. He can take it to work, throw camping supplies in the back, and do anything else he wants to do. It sounds like Elliot and Bubba Wallace need to compare notes about full-size pickups.
Busch is a Toyota Man Through and Through
Legendary racer Kyle Busch only drives one brand: Toyota. From the race track to the city streets and everywhere else, it's Toyota or nothing. Like Suarez, Busch especially loves the Camry.
As a racer for Joe Gibbs Racing, Busch takes a Camry to the track and gives the other competitors a run for their money. On the way home it's yet another Camry, this one street-legal. When he has a big event to go to, his luxury car is a Lexus LFA – also made by Toyota. If you see Busch driving something that isn't a Toyota, it's not Busch.
Another Classic for the Old Timer
It should come as no surprise that professional drivers love them some old cars, especially old trucks. Dale Earnhardt Jr., who has already appeared on this list, appears again with a rusty and handsome 1948 Chevy truck.
“All the cars I collect are drivers,” said Earnhardt. “I don't like to have any cars that are too nice to drive.” Earnhardt has replaced the motor, but all the nicks and dents in the original chassis give this classic plenty of character. Hey Dale, give us a call. We'd love to ride shotgun.