Entering the 2015 NASCAR season, Kyle Busch was a man in control. Among his sport’s biggest stars, Busch was a hard-driving star from a car-racing family

Them came Daytona. The crash. The injuries. The stretcher. The ambulance.

In a matter of seconds — the time it takes a car to skid off a racetrack, ramming into a concrete wall hood-first — the man so used to being in control had power over almost nothing

“For me, the biggest decision was, in the middle of the night, do I want to get up and drag myself to the bathroom? Or just pee in this bottle here in bed?” Busch told Mashable seven months after the wreck, which left him with a broken leg and a broken foot on the 2015 NASCAR season’s opening weekend. Read more…

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