Kyle Busch has been known to be a hot head on the track. That attitude has parked him from the rest of the racing weekend in Texas.

During the Camping World Truck race on Friday Night, Kyle Busch intentionally crashed Ron Hornaday into the wall during a caution.

With these actions NASCAR President Mike Helton decided that the "have at it" policy went a tad bit over the line and Busch will be barred from racing in the Saturday Nationwide race and the Sunday Sprint Cup race.

Helton had this to say Saturday Morning:

"The responsibility that over the past two or three seasons we've given back to the drivers came I think with a very clear understanding that there could be a line that got crossed and as annoying as the comments that I've made personally in the past about we'll know it when we see it might have been, we saw it last night."

Michael McDowell will race the #18 Toyota in Sunday's Sprint Cup race while Denny Hamilin will drive for Busch in the Nationwide Race.