Racing Suit Worn by Kurt Busch While Competing in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, 2001

Summary

Las Vegas native Kurt Busch started racing in NASCAR's Truck Series in 2000, earning Rookie of the Year honors. Busch moved to NASCAR's top-level Cup Series in late 2000, but his first full season in 2001 is considered his Cup Series rookie year. Busch won the Cup Series championship in 2004.

Las Vegas native Kurt Busch started racing in NASCAR's Truck Series in 2000, earning Rookie of the Year honors. Busch moved to NASCAR's top-level Cup Series in late 2000, but his first full season in 2001 is considered his Cup Series rookie year. Busch won the Cup Series championship in 2004.

Artifact

Sports uniform

Date Made

2001

Henry Ford Museum
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in Driven to Win

Object ID

2017.36.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Kurt Busch.

Material

Cloth

Color

Black (Color)
Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 64 in  (collar to ankle)

Width: 19 in  (at shoulders)

Inscriptions

across belt in front: Kurt Busch handwritten on proper left hip: Kurt Busch

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