Kyle Busch conquers COTA for 98th NASCAR Xfinity Series Victory in the Pit Boss 250 in Austin, Texas on Saturday evening.
Essentially going to school Saturday afternoon in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Kyle Busch learned the Circuit of the Americas road course in preparation for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race there. The result, however, was that Busch absolutely schooled the field – earning an 11-second victory in the Pit Boss 250, NASCAR’s Xfinity Series debut on the famed Austin circuit.
Martin Truex Jr dominates at Darlington for this third victory this year in the NASCAR Cup Series Goodyear 400 on Sunday afternoon.
The NASCAR Cup Series schedule is introducing a second race at Darlington Raceway this year. The first race at ‘The Lady in Black’ was last Sunday for the Goodyear 400. This event also includes the throwback weekend, where drivers pay tribute to those of the past by sporting symbolic paint schemes from legends throughout the years. In recent years the event is during Labor Day weekend in September. This year the throwback weekend is returning to the more traditional Mother’s Day weekend. Whatever the date, the tribute is always a fun way of honoring NASCAR history.
Kyle Busch gets a birthday present with a win at Kansas Speedway in Buschy McBusch Race 400 on Sunday after winning the Truck Series Saturday.
Perhaps it was birthday fate. When the name of the race is the Buschy McBusch Race 400, your name is Kyle Busch and it’s your 36th birthday – you have to figure there’s some serious racing juju in your favor. And Busch took advantage of it.
Kyle Busch grabs his 61st Truck win at Kansas Speedway in the Wise Power 200 for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Serieson Saturday night.
Statistically speaking, Kyle Busch had a perfect night at Kansas Speedway on Friday, sweeping both stage victories in the Wise Power 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, leading the most laps, and earning his series record 61st trophy.