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Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Nationwide 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The race began with Kyle Busch on the pole and it ended that way as no one was able to give him a challenge until the end.
Justin Allgaier saw a difficult start to his day as he lost 20 laps in the garage changing out a carburetor. Sam Hornish was the Nationwide Series point leader entering the race but he was forced off the track with an engine issue on lap 62. The issue was caused by grass on the grill of his Ford Mustang. Regan Smith would have troubles of his own with his car beginning to smoke on lap 67.
A late caution for debris forced another caution with 11 laps to go as Kasey Kahne and Trevor Bayne both cut tires. It would set up yet another restart and a chance for Joey Logano to get around Busch. While Logano started along side Busch it was Brian Scott who got around him to the front of the field leading with five to go.
With three laps to go Busch would get back around Scott and cruise ...
BEST OF MAXIM
As he has so often in the past, Kyle Busch utterly drubbed the NASCAR Nationwide Series field in winning Saturday's Indiana 250 race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in his No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota.
The victory was Toyota's first at IMS since Gil de Ferran won the 2003 Indianapolis 500.
Busch qualified on the pole and opened up a lead of 2 seconds on the field by Lap...
Courtesy of Samantha Busch
Sometimes it may be hard to like Kyle Busch. All you see on the track is his competitive drive that can lead to heat of the moment actions. That’s in the public eye. What you don’t get to see is what he is like behind the scenes, how much of a nice and caring guy he actually is.
A gateway to behind the scenes Kyle is through his lovely wife Samantha...
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – This week the NASCAR Nationwide Series will return to the famed Indianapolis (Ind.) Motor Speedway (IMS) where they will compete for only the second time in series history. During last year’s inaugural event, Kyle Busch dominated the field, leading 51circuits of the 100-lap race, until an accident forced the owner-driver into the grass and onto pit road, with...
Kyle Busch and the No. 54 Monster Energy team not only won Saturday’s Indiana 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Indianapolis (Ind.) Motor Speedway, but dominated it, leading 92 circuits of the 100-lap event. The Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) No. 54 team extended their successful season by recording their eighth victory and 13th top-10 finish in 19 events run to date, in 2013. The 28...
Kyle Busch took the poll again for another Nationwide Series race as he looks to pass Sam Ard by winning his fifth race from the poll in the Nationwide Series.
"Looking forward to today's race," said Austin Dillion.
The race started off with Kyle Busch easily getting the race lead as Kasey Kahne in turn 2 does a massive slide job that somehow does not wreck...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Even with a car that was clearly the class of the field, Kyle Busch had some anxious moments in the closing laps of Saturday’s Indiana 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
That Busch beat runner-up Brian Scott to the finish line by 2.141 seconds belies the difficulty Busch experienced on the final restart on Lap 95 of 100, when...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. – A lack of grip due to handling issues at Indianapolis Motor Speedway dropped Kurt Busch to a 14th-place finish in Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race.
Busch, who started the 160-lap, 400-mile event from the sixth position in his Furniture Row/Beautyrest Chevrolet, ran consistently in the top 10 until the late stages of the race at the famed Brickyard.
With another week in the books, here are this week’s Start ‘N’ Park Blog Pick ‘Em Challenge results.
Everyone but Michael got the early jump by picking Austin Dillon for the win and having him deliver with not only the five points for finishing ahead of Kyle Larson, but also getting the bonus point.
The Nationwide Series ran the course of the Truck race, the lone wolf get...