BROADVIEW, Ill. – In perhaps the greatest comeback story in motorsports history, Kyle Busch won the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, after missing the first 11 points races this year, driving his Bosch-equipped number 18 Toyota to victory at the final race of the season in Homestead, Florida Sunday evening. In recognition of the win, Bosch Aftermarket North America is making its fifth $1,000 contribution of the season to the Kyle Busch Foundation. In total this year, Bosch Aftermarket NA donated $31,000 to the charities of Bosch-supported NASCAR teams.
The Kyle Busch Foundation works to empower children, families and communities to overcome hardships, allowing them to live their best lives possible. The Foundation concentrates its efforts on assisting organizations in fostering a stable and inspiring environment for children, families and communities to live, learn and challenge themselves as well as ensuring their day-to-day needs are met. The Foundation supports the following charities: A Child’s Place, Barium Springs, Church of God’s Children Home of North Carolina, Girl Talk Foundation, Isabella Santos Foundation, Kyle& Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund, My Sister’s House, Pretty In Pink Foundation and Speedway Children’s Charities.
“This championship is the culmination of a tremendous effort put forth by the Joe Gibbs Racing organization this season. Bosch congratulates Kyle Busch and the entire Joe Gibbs Racing Team on taking the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship,” said Tony Pauly, director of advertising and brand management for Bosch Automotive Aftermarket North America. “Bosch is thrilled to have had a part in this great accomplishment and takes great pride in knowing that winning racing organizations like Joe Gibbs Racing depend on quality Bosch parts to help them win championships.”
Bosch Aftermarket has a long-standing partnership with NASCAR, providing oxygen sensors to all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams. Additionally, Bosch has provided quality parts — including spark plugs, injectors, alternators, coils, filters, fuel pumps, starters and pressure regulators — to multiple NASCAR teams for more than a decade, helping them to numerous appearances in Victory Lane, and now its eighth Sprint Cup Series championship since 2001.