Lets play a game.

I'll give you some clues, and you see if you can figure out which race driver I'm talking about.

He races in the top three NASCAR series and he's not afraid to trade paint with anyone.

For the most part, he's known to be rude and arrogant. If you don't move out of his way, he will move you himself.

He recently made history by accomplishing something no other race car driver has been able to do.

He won all three races in the top NASCAR series in the same week at the same track.

You guessed it: Kyle Busch.

He won in the Camping World Truck Series, the Nationwide Series and the Sprint Cup Series at the Bristol Motor Speedway a few weeks ago.

Most fans love him or hate him and I'm probably one of the few people who are still on the fence about him.

Now, I want to like the guy, but I can't get past his attitude.

I know he proves over and over again how talented he is, but he can't seem to get the chip off his shoulder.

Even when he's in victory lane accepting the trophy, he still manages to be arrogant.

Some people have compared his talent to the late Dale Earnhardt.

Granted, he is one of the most gifted drivers to come along in a while, but the difference between Dale and Kyle is that Dale got in fellow drivers' heads.

That's why they called him "The Intimidator."

Kyle gets on your nerves. Big difference.

I realize he's very passionate about winning, but Kyle needs to focus on finishing races in order to run for a championship.

I think this year Rowdy (one of Kyle's many nicknames) has figured that out now he's a truck team owner.

Like the guy or not, get used to him. It looks like he's going to be around for a long time.

The Sprint Cup guys are in Atlanta Sunday night.

Whip City Speedway: Peter Dance (9th).

Stafford Motor Speedway: SK modifieds -- Chris Jones (16th); SK lights -- David Webb (6th).

Lebanon Valley: Sportsman --Klye Armstrong (2nd): pure stocks-- Bill Deak (15th); four-cylinder-- Billy Deak Jr, (2nd); budget sportsman--Bobby Knipe (4th), Kevin Lynch (8th), Robby Knipe (20th).