Kyle Busch, younger brother of 2004 Winston Cup Champion Kurt Busch began his professional career at the age of 16 in then 2001 Craftsman Truck Series at IRP Raceway. NASCAR changed the rules after that race, raising the minimum age to 18 for the top three touring series. This forced Kyle to return to his roots, bide his time and polish his skills. He was picked up by Hendrick Motorsports in 2003 and quickly moved up through the racing ranks. With two wins and a host of impressive runs Kyle won the Sprint Cup Raybestos Rookie of the Year honors in 2005. Kyle stayed with Hendricks through the 2007 season, Leading into the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, nobody really knew what to expect from Kyle Busch –including Busch himself. He was moving to Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) to pilot the team’s legendary No. 18 machine team after four seasons at rival Hendrick Motorsports, and all the while, JGR was in the middle of a major change of switching from Chevrolet to new manufacturer Toyota. If Kyle continues winning races like he did in 2008 he is sure to compete for his 1st Sprint Cup Championship. Whites Pit Stop carries the complete line of Kyle Busch diecast from his rookie year to his popular M&Ms paint schemes, just take a look below.