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Kyle Busch turned heads on Wednesday night by being involved in a lap 1 wreck and then finding victory lane. He also turned heads with his post race burnout. The win was the 14th of Busch’s NASCAR career at Bristol (5 Cup, 5 Nationwide, 4 trucks) but it was the first in which the Las Vegas showman did a post race burnout like this. Busch will compete in both the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series races at the .533 mile Bristol Motor Speedway in hopes of matching his three race weekend sweep at Bristol in August of 2010. The win was the 32nd in the Camping World Truck Series for Busch.
BEST OF MAXIM
Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 ToyotaCare Toyota Celebrates after winning the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway on August 21, 2013 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by John Harrelson/NASCAR via Getty Images)
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It can’t be overstated how impressive the feat was that Kyle Busch accomplished in August of 2010. That season Busch entered...
Kyle Busch won the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Darrell Wallace Jr. saw his night go away with electrical issues just before halfway.
The fourth caution of the night came out with just over 20 laps to go when Jeff Agnew crashed his truck. It was not what race leader Timothy Peters wanted to see as it gave the trucks of Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney another...
Kyle Busch led the way with a lap of 15.452 seconds in the final practice for the UNOH 200 from Bristol. Rounding out the top five was German Quiroga, Ty Dillon, Matt Crafton, and Ryan Blaney. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 51 Kyle Busch ToyotaCare Toyota 15.452 Leader[...]
When was the last time a single-car team qualified for the Chase to the Sprint Cup?
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Furniture Row Racing could be the first team to do both.
When the Chase is set at Richmond International Raceway in just over three weeks, the Denver-based team hopes to make...
The reasons why fans adore the Bristol Motor Speedway were on display during the truck race Wednesday Night. Classic Bristol showed up to put on quite the wild show. Action was evident throughout the race and a photo finish was the perfect conclusion to the night. Kyle Busch edged out[...]
Kyle Busch has won the Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor
Speedway for his ninth series win of the season.
Kyle Busch won the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Busch started on the pole for a NASCAR Nationwide Series race for the sixth time this season and found victory lane for the sixth time in doing so.
A total of 40 drivers took to the .533 mile short track known as the World’s Fast half mile but none had anything to offer Busch in the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota...
Kyle Busch was the fastest qualifier for Friday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Busch has won five of five races from the pole this year in the Nationwide Series.
The Food City 250 will see 40 NASCAR Nationwide Series cars compete at the .533 mile Bristol Motor Speedway. Joining Busch on the front row will be Brian Scott.
Series points leader Sam...
KURT BUSCH - WINNER
#78 Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet
· Five wins, seven top fives, 14 top 10s; one pole
· Average finish of 13.4
· Average Running Position of 13.2, seventh-best
· Driver Rating of 92.8, seventh-best
· 301 Fastest Laps Run, ninth-most
· 838 Green Flag Passes, third-most
Kyle Busch led the way with a lap of 14.961 seconds in the final practice for the IRWIN Tools Night Race from Bristol. Rounding out the top five was Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Joey Logano. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 18 Kyle Busch Doublemint[...]
The NASCAR Nationwide Series will race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Friday night for the Food City 250.
Kyle Busch will lead a field of 40 cars to the green flag for the race which will consist of 250 laps(133.25 miles) around the .533 mile track. Busch has won all five Nationwide Series races that he has started on the pole this season.
Nationwide Series point leader Sam Hornish...
Kyle Busch won the pole for Friday night’s Food City 250 from Bristol with a time of 15.354 seconds. Brian Scott, Ty Dillon, Justin Allgaier, and Kyle Larson round out the top five starting positions. The drivers who did not make the event are Joey Gase, Kevin Lepage, David Starr,[...]