TMI: Kurt Busch Enlightens Dick Berggren With Masturbation Metaphor

Suspended NASCAR driver Kurt Busch was perhaps a little too descriptive in detailing his car trouble prior to Wednesday night's "Prelude To A Dream" event to recently retired Fox pit reporter Dick Berggren.

If you ordered the NASCAR pay-per-view event “Prelude To The Dream” on Wednesday night, and you enjoy awkward interviews, you certainly got your money’s worth.

For those that follow NASCAR, you may be aware that Kurt Busch has been suspended for this weekend’s Pocono 400, after delivering a veiled threat to AOL Sporting News’ Bob Pockrass after the FedEx 400 Benefitting Autism Speaks, in which he finished 29th.

And for those that follow sports media, you may be aware that with the Dover race, it marked the end of Fox’s NASCAR coverage this year, but most importantly, it marked the end of Dr. Dick Berggren’s career as a motorsports announcer and pit reporter, a career that has spanned four decades.

Though, while he has officially retired as a pit road reporter, he was on hand for the “Prelude To The Dream” event in Ohio on Wednesday night. Before the actual event, he would be chatting with none other than Kurt Busch, who, unfortunately for him, experienced some “throttle management” issues during pre-race trials, bad enough to sideline him for the “Prelude” race, which would be won by his brother Kyle.

Berggren, meanwhile, who reported that Busch’s vehicle was “too damaged” to participate in the “Prelude” event, was eager to hear the thoughts of the probation-laden Kurt Busch about his engine issues.

“You don’t want to ask me,” Busch warned Berggren, before asking, “This is pay-per-view, right?”

Then, Busch told Berggren how he really felt about being knocked out before the race.

“This car, all four corners got messed up, and it was over before it started… I don’t wanna cuss, but I wanna say that that was more like premature ejaculation right there.”

He said it.

And Dr. Dick laughed at it.

What a way to enter retirement, eh, Dick?

Meanwhile, no word from Kurt’s gal pal about his choice of words to describe his premature “Prelude” predicament.

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