Going into a new NASCAR season Kyle Busch Motorsports is getting ready to be the most competitive it has ever been.
During the 2012 offseason KBM has made two big moves when the team signed two new drivers to it’s stable for the 2013 season. Joey Coulter and Parker Kligerman have officially joined the team and along with their own championship hopes both drivers will give KBM an opportunity to be the most competitive it has been.
Heading into the new year KBM has set itself to be a competitor as the team will have both drivers competing for two driver championships along with the owner championship in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series. In the Nationwide Series Kligerman will be racing his first full Nationwide season giving the team their first driver competing for the drivers title.
In the truck series Coulter will also give the team a chance at racing for their first driver title, something the team has not been able to do since Kyle Busch raced in 2010. With Coulter competing in the truck series it also allows KBM to continue to grow in the series where the team first started.
The new opportunity with KBM also allows Coulter to continue his improvement in the truck series following the success he found in 2012. Coulter along with KBM will be looking to visit victory lane in the new year.
After making their Nationwide debut in the 2012 season KBM continues to expand and will be looking to add more success in its Nationwide program with the addition of Kligerman. Following his success after moving to a new team halfway through 2012, KBM and a chance to compete full time in a new series will proved Kligerman the chance to grow along with his team.
As KBM heads into a new direction with some of NASCAR’s youngest drivers, the team will be heading into the new season as a competitive team in both series.