There are several problems here. First, Kyle needs a consultation with is wife Sam on controlling his temper. Secondly, Nascar needs to clearly define "Boys Have At It." Finally, disregard the first two problems if M&M's decide to keep funding the 18, providing Joe Gibbs finds another driver. (M&M's has removed the driver picture (Kyle Busch) from it's website. The Crew Chief is there, the #18 team is there too, but no Kyle...That's not good  for Mr. Busch.

The most trying weekend of his oft-turbulent NASCAR career is over, but the fallout continued Monday for Kyle Busch— and still threatened to get worse.

NASCAR fined the Sprint Cup star $50,000 Monday and placed him on probation through the end of the year after his intentional spin of Ron Hornaday Jr. under caution in last Friday's Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.

NASCAR said if Busch took any action deemed "detrimental to stock car racing or disruptive to the orderly conduct of an event, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver would be suspended indefinitely."

via NASCAR places Kyle Busch on probation – USATODAY.com.