CONCORD, N.C. - Kyle Busch will be among the driver alumni at "Hendrick Homecoming" on the Hendrick Motorsports campus.  

Fans can click here to enter a raffle registration to win a spot during Busch's autograph session, which will take place on Saturday, May 25, at 10 a.m. ET. 

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Busch joined Hendrick Motorsports as a development driver at the age of 18 in 2003. His first start with the team came in a NASCAR Xfinity Series car – the No. 87 Chevrolet. Busch made seven starts that season, with a pair of runner-up finishes. In 2004, he ran an entire Xfinity Series season, winning five races and finishing second in the standings. Across five years of Xfinity Series starts (108), Busch contributed 11 wins to the organization's tally. That same season, Busch made his NASCAR Cup Series debut, driving the No. 84 Chevrolet for six races, with his first series start coming at his home track of Las Vegas Motor Speedway.  

In 2005, Busch moved to the Cup Series ranks full-time as the driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet and teamed up with rookie crew chief Alan Gustafson. Busch's first win came that fall at Auto Club Speedway, a track where, earlier that season, he also became the youngest pole winner in Cup Series history at 19 years and 317 days old. At the time of his race win, Busch was the youngest victor in Cup Series history at 20 years old, four months and two days. Leading a race-high 95 laps in Southern California, Busch held off multiple challengers in an overtime finish. This win came a few days after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Busch and team owner Rick Hendrick donated their winnings purse to the American Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund, a total of $213,000.  

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Busch claimed his second victory that same season at Phoenix Raceway in November. He went on to take home Rookie of the Year honors in the sport's top series. In 2006, he won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and qualified for the playoffs for the first time. The 2007 season saw Busch win for the fourth and final time at Hendrick Motorsports with a spring race victory at Bristol Motor Speedway, a track that would be one of his best in the Cup Series. That season, Busch finished a career-high (to that point) fifth in the standings with his most top fives (11) and top 10s (20) in a season at that point in his career. 

Busch found success after leaving Hendrick Motorsports. He is a two-time Cup Series champion (2015 and 2009) and an Xfinity Series champion (2009). The Las Vegas native has the most Cup Series wins among active full-time drivers (63), which ranks ninth overall in the sport's top series and currently drives the No. 8 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet. He is the all-time national series wins leader (231) and the wins leader in both the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series (66) and the Xfinity ranks (102). Busch was also the owner of Kyle Busch Motorsports (from 2010 to 2023), the winningest team in Truck Series history. That organization played a big part in the development of Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron and crew chief Rudy Fugle. KBM is where Byron and Fugle were first paired in 2016 and won a series-best seven races that season. They are now the driver and crew chief of the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

Since his rookie season in 2005, he has won a Cup Series race in each of his last 19 full seasons. Last year, as part of NASCAR's 75th anniversary season, he was named to the sport's 75 Greatest Drivers list.

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CAR NUMBERS: No. 84 (2004), No. 5 (2005-07) 
WINS: 4 
TOP 10S: 51 
LAPS LED: 1,570