Busch Speeding Case May Be Postponed
NASCAR driver Kyle Busch’s speeding case is expected to be postponed Wednesday and resolved in late August.
Busch’s attorney, Clifton Homesley, is asking for a continuance and the trial will go to district court on Aug. 23. Homesley says Busch has accepted responsibility and looks forward to resolving this in court.
Busch was charged May 24 for speeding and reckless driving at 128 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone in Iredell County in North Carolina.
Busch was driving a 2012 Lexus LFA sports car when his was pulled over during Charlotte race week.
If convicted of speeding and reckless driving, Busch could have his license suspended for 60 days by the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles. A judge could also find him guilty of a second-class misdemeanor, which under North Carolina law has a maximum penalty of up to 60 days in jail and suspension of a driver’s license for up to 12 months.One Comment