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Kurt Busch: Domestic violence case a 'matter of seeing through things and understanding truth'

Danica Patrick, center, speaks to the media as Kevin Harvick, second from right, Kurt Busch, right, Tony Stewart, second from left, and team co-owner Gene Haas, left, look on during the NASCAR Charlotte Motor Speedway media tour in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Danica Patrick, center, speaks to the media as Kevin Harvick, second from right, Kurt Busch, right, Tony Stewart, second from left, and team co-owner Gene Haas, left, look on during the NASCAR Charlotte Motor Speedway media tour in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)  (The Associated Press)

Kurt Busch says he is in line for his best NASCAR season ever despite a domestic violence case that could keep him off the racetrack.

Busch said Tuesday at NASCAR's annual media tour he is eager for a resolution to the highly-publicized case involving ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll, who claims Busch assaulted her in his motorhome at Dover International Speedway last September.

Driscoll claims Busch slammed her head into a wall three times. Busch denies the allegations, saying "it's a matter of seeing through things and understanding truth." He has not been charged by authorities.

Busch wouldn't say if he's heard from NASCAR about a possible suspension.

A court ruling on Driscoll's request for a no-contact order is expected later in the next few weeks.