Interstate Batteries Racing
Kyle Busch, #18
Kyle Busch - Driver
Birthday: May 2, 1985
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Residence: Mooresville, NC
Family: wife, Samantha Busch
Cup Wins: 29
Xfinity Wins: 70
Cup Wins 24
Cup Top 5's: 118
Cup Poles: 15
Twitter: @kylebusch

“I joined Joe Gibbs Racing in 2008, and I came here to win …. And win … and win.”

No driver embodies the term “relentless” quite like Kyle Busch. No matter his position on the track, he will do all he can to get to the front. And if he’s already there, he’ll fight hard to extend his lead.

Kyle first took the wheel at age 6, cruising around the cul-de-sac of his family’s Las Vegas neighborhood in a makeshift go-kart. By age 10, he was a full-fledged mechanic and served as crew chief on his older brother’s Dwarf car team. At age 13, he began driving competitively.

Today, Kyle is widely considered one of the best drivers in the sport. His strong personality is purely a product of his win-at-all-costs mentality.

2014 Leads 10,000th career Sprint Cup Series lap
2010 First driver in NASCAR history to sweep its top-three series -- Sprint Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series -- at a single venue, Bristol Motor Speedway
2009 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion (9 Wins)
2008 Record 21 victories in NASCAR's three series
2005 NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year
2004 2004 NASCAR Xfinity Rookie of the Year
Seven-time qualifier of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship
25 career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victories
51 career NASCAR Nationwide Series victories
30 career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victories
Nationwide Series single season wins record (13 wins)
Erik Jones, #20
Erik Jones - Driver
Birthday: May 30, 1996
Hometown: Byron, Michigan
Xfinity Top 10's: 4
Truck Series Wins: 4
Truck Top 5's: 7
Twitter: @erik_jones

Talent sometimes has the best eye for other talent, and that’s certainly the case with Erik Jones. Discovered by Kyle Busch after an intense and competitive battle they shared during a short-track late model race, Erik joins Team Interstate in a partial Xfinity Series schedule for 2015.

In 2013, Erik became the youngest winner in the history of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series when he won at Phoenix. He was just 17 years, five months and nine days old. In 2014, he won three more races in the truck series, helping Kyle Busch Motorsports secure an Owner’s Championship.

Daniel Suarez, #18
Birthday: January 7, 1992
Hometown: Monterrey, Mexico
K&N Pro Series Wins: 3
Toyota Series in Mexico Wins: 10
Website: (en español)
Twitter: @dnlsuarez