Despite qualifying fifth, Kyle Busch never got a grip at Kansas Speedway on Sunday.
In the first five laps, Busch spun on the backstretch. After a pit stop, Busch came back through the field and was 29th by the time the second caution fell on Lap 39. But 65 laps later, Busch completely lost control of his car in Turn 4 and, as he came off the wall, he collected Joey Logano in the process.
"Spun twice on our own," Busch said. "Just don't know what to do with Kansas."
Busch, who won last week at Texas Motor Speedway and vaulted to second in the point standings following penalties to Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Penske Racing crew, finished 38th. Although last week's win was also on the a 1.5-mile track, he's never acclimated to Kansas. In 12 starts, Busch has only posted two top 10 finishes. After the track was resurfaced last summer, the new asphalt coupled with the tail wind on the back stretch made for difficult driving conditions.
"Yeah, absolutely no grip for me anyways," Bu...