This week's race at Daytona International Speedway brings Kyle Busch to scene of the accident that side-lined him from racing for many weeks.
Since returning to racing, his life has been on the upward track. He and his wife Samantha welcomed their son in May. Last week, Kyle Busch won the Sprint Cup race at Sonoma.
Things haven't started out that well for him this weekend. During Friday's first practice session, Busch was involved in a multi-car wreck that began with as Busch and Brad Keselowski. Busch's car was heavily damaged and he was forced to go to a back-up car. Keselowski was able to return to the track in his car as Busch observed, "He got away unscathed and trashed everybody else's stuff."
Will Busch let it go or will there be retribution during Sunday's race?
He did show a spirit of gratitude this week by returning to the Daytona hospital where he was treated immediately after the wreck that broke his leg and foot. He complimented them on the care and expertise shown him during his stay there.
Is this where we will see the off-track Kyle and the on-track Kyle? Will he demonstrate the high-spirited and volatile nature we came to expect from him or will he show us the new, and some might say mature, nature that has been evidencing through this year's troubles.
We will check back late Sunday night and we'll all see the results.