NASCAR driver Kyle Busch aka ‘The Candy Man’ is the driver sponsored by the chocolate company, Mars Incorporated and he also ran races in multiple chocolate variants paint schemes earning him that name but soon that’ll all end with the company exiting the sport after this season but right now the main focus has been on a documentary based on him, his life experiences, ups, and downs so far, with glimpses of him narrating incidents in between and it was premiered for friends and family and a one-show release across the USA theatres.
The documentary was titled ‘Rowdy’ which is also another name Kyle Busch goes by for being the hot-headed and short-tempered and is also known for attracting the lesser anticipated sides of other racers and officials at times and the documentary also involved his lowest moments, including the passing away of his best friend Ricky Hendrick and also his crash which was almost career-ending after having broken his leg but he bounced back into the car weeks after surgery.
Kyle Busch currently sports the No.18 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing competing full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series and part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driving the No.51 Toyota Tundra for his own team Kyle Busch Motorsports and his accolades include the 2015 and 2019 NASCAR Cup Series Championships and the 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship now known as the Xfinity Series and victories in Coca-Cola 600, Brickyard 400 and an All-Star Race.
Here’s how NASCAR Twitter reacted after watching Kyle Busch’s Documentary
‘Rowdy’, the documentary based on Kyle Busch received positive reviews while also having negative ones just like all the other documentaries and movies out there and NASCAR fans took to their Twitter handles to share their reviews while few found it to be really inspiring and well-made and many came to know the more humane side of him through his relationship with the late Ricky Hendrick and few found it just as a means to gain newer fans and said that watching it was purposeless and few tweeted about the theatres being empty and no one showing up to watch it but in the end, it seemed to be about his life so far which most of us did not know.