M&M’S NASCAR

As we all enjoy the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season, there is one word that describes the last 30 years we've spent with NASCAR - thankful. We are thankful for the many fans who have rooted for our colorful paint schemes, enjoyed our lineup of products, and have been able to enjoy the sport of NASCAR while riding along with us. None of this would be possible without your support. We look forward to seeing you on the track!

- Mars Wrigley

"Hey Rowdy Nation! Samantha, Brexton and I – along with everyone at Joe Gibbs Racing and M&M’S – appreciate the support you give to our family and our extended family on the No. 18 team. This year, we are looking forward to taking on the new challenge of the NextGen car and some new tracks with the goal of making you all proud. See you in victory lane!"

–Kyle, Samantha, Brexton, Piper

2022 racing schedule

Date: 6-FebEvent: Busch Clash at The ColiseumTrack: Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLocation: Los Angeles, California
Date: 17-FebEvent: Bluegreen Vacations Duel 1 & 2Track: Daytona International SpeedwayLocation: Daytona Beach, Florida
Date: 20-FebEvent: DAYTONA 500Track: Daytona International SpeedwayLocation: Daytona Beach, Florida
Date: 27-FebEvent: Wise Power 400Event: Auto Club SpeedwayLocation: Fontana, California
Date: 6-MarEvent: Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy LubeEvent: Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLocation: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: 13-MarEvent: Ruoff Mortgage 500Event: Phoenix RacewayLocation: Phoenix, Arizona
Date: 20-MarEvent: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500Event: Atlanta Motor SpeedwayLocation: Atlanta, Georgia
Date: 27-MarEvent: EchoPark Automotive Grand PrixEvent: Circuit of AmericasLocation: Austin, Texas
Date: 3-AprEvent: Toyota Owners 400Event: Richmond RacewayLocation: Richmond, Virginia
Date: 9-AprEvent: Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 400Event: Martinsville SpeedwayLocation: Martinsville, Virginia
Date: 17-AprEvent: Food City Dirt RaceEvent: Bristol Motor Speedway DirtLocation: Bristol, Tennessee
Date: 24-AprEvent: Geico 500Event: Talladega SuperspeedwayLocation: Talladega, Alabama
Date: 1-MayEvent: DuraMAX Drydene 400 presented by RelaDyneEvent: Dover Motor SpeedwayLocation: Dover, Delaware
Date: 8-MayEvent: NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington RacewayEvent: Darlington RacewayLocation: Darlington, South Carolina
Date: 15-MayEvent: AdventHealth 400Event: Kansas SpeedwayLocation: Kansas City, Kansas
Date: 22-MayEvent: NASCAR All-Star RaceEvent: Texas Motor SpeedwayLocation: Fort Worth, Texas
Date: 29-MayEvent: Coca-Cola 600Event: Charlotte Motor SpeedwayLocation: Concord, North Carolina
Date: 5-JunEvent: NASCAR Cup Series race at WWTREvent: World Wide Technology RacewayLocation: Madison, Illinois
Date: 12-JunEvent: Toyota / Save Mart 350Event: Sonoma RacewayLocation: Sonoma, California
Date: 26-JunEvent: Ally 400Event: Nashville SuperspeedwayLocation: Nashville, Tennessee
Date: 3-JulEvent: Kwik Trip 250 presented by JOCKEY Made in AmericaEvent: Road AmericaLocation: Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Date: 10-JulEvent: Quaker State 400 Presented by WalmartEvent: Atlanta Motor SpeedwayLocation: Hampton, Georgia
Date: 17-JulEvent: Ambetter 301Event: New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayLocation: Loudon, New Hampshire
Date: 24-JulEvent: NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono RacewayEvent: Pocono RacewayLocation: Long Pond, Pennsylvania
Date: 31-JulEvent: Verizon 200 at the BrickyardEvent: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road CourseLocation: Indianapolis, Indiana
Date: 7-AugEvent: FireKeepers Casino 400Event: Michigan International SpeedwayLocation: Brooklyn, Michigan
Date: 14-AugEvent: Federated Auto Parts 400Event: Richmond RacewayLocation: Richmond, Virginia
Date: 21-AugEvent: Go Bowling at The GlenEvent: Watkins Glen InternationalLocation: Watkins Glen, New York
Date: 27-AugEvent: Coke Zero Sugar 400Event: Daytona International SpeedwayLocation: Daytona Beach, Florida
Date: 4-SepEvent: Southern 500Event: Darlington RacewayLocation: Darlington, South Carolina
Date: 11-SepEvent: Hollywood Casino 400Event: Kansas SpeedwayLocation: Kansas City, Kansas
Date: 17-SepEvent: Bass Pro Shops Night RaceEvent: Bristol Motor SpeedwayLocation: Bristol, Tennesee
Date: 25-SepEvent: AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500Event: Texas Motor SpeedwayLocation: Fort Worth, Texas
Date: 2-OctEvent: YellaWood 500Event: Talladega SuperspeedwayLocation: Talladega, Alabama
Date: 9-OctEvent: Bank of America ROYAL 400Event: Charlotte Motor SpeedwayLocation: Concord, North Carolina
Date: 16-OctEvent: South Point 400Event: Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLocation: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: 23-OctEvent: Dixie Vodka 400Event: Homestead-Miami SpeedwayLocation: Homestead, Florida
Date: 31-OctEvent: Xfinity 500Event: Martinsville SpeedwayLocation: Martinsville, Virginia
Date: 6-NovEvent: NASCAR Cup Series ChampionshipEvent: Phoenix RacewayLocation: Avondale, Arizona
KYLE BUSCH FACTS

At the start of the 2020 season, Busch is fresh off winning his 2nd Cup Series Championship and has 56 career Cup Series wins, ranking him 9th on the all-time wins list in NASCAR’s top series.

Busch has won a Cup Series race at all 23 tracks at which the series competes, becoming the first driver in the modern era to win at every track where he has made at least one start.

Of the 23 different tracks where Busch has won, he has multiple wins at 14 of them.

Kyle has brought home Crown Jewel victories at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway and the Southern 500 (2008), the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (2015 and 2016), the All-Star Race at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, and the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte (2018). Busch now has his sights set on this first Daytona 500 victory at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway as the “Great American Race” is the biggest piece missing from the trophy case in NASCAR competition.

Mars, Inc. began their partnership with the JGR team in 2008, and in 2019 announced a multiyear extension. Mars, Inc and Joe Gibbs Racing have one of the longest, and most winning, partnerships in NASCAR.

Kyle Busch now has 208 career wins in NASCAR’s top three series entering the 2020 season as he surpassed the 200 mark last March at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.

Career Highlights

2005: NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year.
2008: Winner of the NASCAR Cup Series Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.
2009: NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion.
2010: First driver in NASCAR history to sweep its top-three touring series – Cup, Xfinity and Truck – at a single venue, on a single weekend, at Bristol Motor Speedway in August. Busch repeated the feat at the same venue in August 2017.
2016: Winner of the Cup Series Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, his second consecutive win of the prestigious race.
2018: Scored his first career victory in the crown jewel Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.
2019: Won the NASCAR Cup Series Championship. Busch’s second Cup championship, adding to his first title earned back in 2015. Made Championship 4 for the fifth consecutive season.
2021: Cup Series victories at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City and Pocono (Pa.) Raceway continued Busch’s streak of winning at least one Cup Series race in each of his 17 seasons as a full-time competitor, tying NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson for second all-time. Another NASCAR Hall of Famer –Richard Petty – holds the record of 18 consecutive seasons with at least one victory in NASCAR’s top series, a record Busch will attempt to match with at least one victory in 2022.
Entering 2022, Busch has 222 overall wins in NASCAR’s top three series, Cup Series (59), Xfinity (102), and Truck Series (61).
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