Many have speculated about the future of NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch after questions arose about his future with Joe Gibbs Racing.

This season is the final year of his contract with the team after sponsorship for next season did not work out.

And the uncertainty of his racing career seems to be taking a toll on Busch (see above as he prepares to qualify for the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard in July).

Despite both parties saying they would like to stay together, the lack of a sponsor could be a big obstacle to that happening.

Busch revealed on Saturday that the uncertainty surrounding the situation is difficult for him. However, it seems increasingly likely that he may have to look for another team

if he wants to continue racing next season. 'Well Everybody says, you have make a lot of money, you're fine, you've got nothing to worry about,

Busch added. "And I'm like, 'Yeah, that's true, but you still want to do what you love, don't you? I'm in the same boat.

"I'm a racer. All I knew was how to race. Nothing else. (I'm) trying to do other business projects and things like that, but none of them like getting fired and taking off.