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Kyle Busch had the Dollar General Tundra in a position to win the Truck Series finale at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway until two late cautions bunched the field – the final one setting up an exciting green-white-checkered finish. Busch maintained the lead on the final restart and took the white flag at the front of the field, but Cale Gale ran him down on the final lap. The two raced side-by-side down the backstretch and into turns 3 and 4. Coming off turn 4, Busch had a strong push on the outside lane until Gale’s No. 33 truck pinned the No. 18 truck against the outside wall down the frontstretch, and crossed the stripe 0.014 seconds ahead of Kyle Busch Motorsports’ (KBM) flagship Tundra.
“Came down to losing it on a yellow again,” said Busch, who finished in the top five in all three of his Truck Series starts this season. “That’s about it — we had a really good truck all day today. We just kind of watched Nelson (Piquet Jr.) run up there and Kyle Larson and those guys ran a goo...
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Kyle Busch has won his third pole award of the season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Busch will start upfront for the Ford EcoBoost 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway after a lap time of 32.146 seconds and 167.984 mph. Starting next to Busch on the front row is championship contender, Elliott Sadler. Sadler just missed [...]
The NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) wrapped up the 2012 season Saturday at Homestead-Miami (Fl.) Speedway and the Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) No 54 Monster Energy team finished strong with a pole qualifying position, 89 race-high laps led and a second place finish. The result gave KBM a first-season record of one win, three poles, 15 top-five and 22 top-10 finishes.
For the second time in two weeks, Kyle Busch led the most laps in a Sprint Cup race.
For the second time in two weeks, he failed to win. In fact, Busch hasn't closed the deal in the last 10 races in which he has led the most laps. To the driver of the No. 18 Toyota, Sunday's race was a microcosm of a frustrating season behind the wheel.
"That's our year -- that&...
Kyle Busch driver of the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports will start on the pole for the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The race will be the last of the season for the series. Busch is seeking to continue his streak of x years with a win in the series.
Earlier this year at Richmond his brother, Kurt, was able to give KBM their first...
Joe Gibbs Racing is hoping to re-sign Kyle Busch before the end of the year.
Coach Gibbs said Saturday that his company is working on a long-term deal to secure both the M&M's sponsorship and the driver, whose contract runs through 2013.
"We're working really hard on that. We want to do that early so we're not going into the last year," Gibbs said. "...
Kyle Busch led the way with a lap of 32.052 seconds in the final practice for the Ford EcoBoost 400 from Homestead. Rounding out the top five was Martin Truex, Jr., Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, and Clint Bowyer.
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Cale Gale survived a last lap battle with Kyle Busch to win his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Friday night in the Ford EcoBoost 200 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. After the win, he spoke to the media about the race. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
A smokin’ championship battle and a red-hot driver feud descend upon Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend, offering fans a multifacted circus of speed and passion.
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Pole position: Brad Keselowski
Hats are off to Bad Brad. He hasn’t won the title yet, but...