Someone scribbled “Ray Rice” on a window at Kurt Busch’s garage.
The “#41 Ray Rice” graffiti comes on the heels of an indefinite suspension of the Sprint Cup Series driver. A family court commissioner in Delaware opined on Friday that Busch “more likely than not…committed an act of domestic violence” against Patricia Driscoll. Last February, an Atlantic City hotel security camera captured images of the since-released Baltimore Ravens running back cold-clocking the woman he later married.
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Busch previously testified that he believes his ex-girlfriend works as an assassin for hire and witnessed her return from an evening out drenched in blood. Driscoll owns a company that purports to assist the federal government wage the war on terrorism and maintained in an interview that her group gives “solutions to the government on different aspects that I can’t talk about.”
Busch won NASCAR’s Cup in 2004. The suspension keeps him out of this weekend’s Daytona 500 and makes his chances of winning another Cup all the slimmer.
Stewart-Haas Racing named Regan Smith Busch’s replacement for Sunday’s race.
“Given the serious nature of the findings and conclusions made by the Commissioner of the Family Court of the State of Delaware, NASCAR has indefinitely suspended driver Kurt Busch, effective immediately,” NASCAR announced in a statement. “He will not be allowed to race nor participate in any NASCAR activities until further notice.”