Found July 14, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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New Hampshire Motor Speedway hasn't always been kind to Kyle Busch. Although he won in just his third start on the one-mile track, NASCAR's transition from the old-style car to the new-style car threw the young driver for a loop. "I won the spring race in 2006, not the last COY (Car of Yesterday) race here, but close to it," Busch said. "I felt like I was just starting to figure out things then, but then coming back here with the COT (Car of Tomorrow) in 2007 and then being with Joe Gibbs Racing in 2008, we just haven't really ever hit anything. "Felt like last spring we were close -- I was making ground and was able to pass some guys actually, but then blew a bead because I was working the car too hard and blew a tire. "It's just a matter of finding the right setup and finding whatever works. I think we've come here different every single time, but we haven't found the magic way to get around the 'Magic Mile'; so I think ...
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