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The Nationwide series debut at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was marked with controversy beginning with the green flag start and again on the final restart of the Indiana 250
From the beginning of the race, fans were asking questions about why Kyle Busch was not penalized when he clearly raced ahead of pole-sitter Kasey Kahne to start the inaugural Nationwide race at the Brickyard.
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In his eleventh start behind the wheel of the No. 54 Monster Energy Camry, Kyle Busch began Saturday’s inaugural Indianapolis 250 from the outside front row, in second, the highest starting position for the first-year Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) Nationwide Series team.
By the close of lap one of the 100-lap event, Busch had already taken over the first position and proceeded...
CHICAGO, IL – JULY 20: NASCAR driver Kyle Busch and 2012 Miss Sprint Cup Jaclyn Roney unveil a 2012 Toyota Camry SE as NASCAR announces the launch of the inaugural interactive fan event: NASCAR Contenders Live sponsored by Toyota and Sprint on July 20, 2012 in Chicago Illinois. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
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Jimmie Johnson had a tough time holding off Kyle Busch to win his fourth career Brickyard 400 but had a harder time getting his young daughter to honor the long tradition of kissing the bricks after a victory at the Indianapolis race track.
As Johnson and his wife knelt down to kiss the racer's sacred patch of bricks and cement, their daughter Genevieve looked up at her parents...
Sunday's victory in the Brickyard 400 was a statement win for five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.
With two laps remaining in the race, Johnson extended his lead over Kyle Busch to 5.3 seconds, prompting his former Hendrick Motorsports teammate to quip, "If it wasn't for the (No.) 48, we were probably in our zip code on the rest of the field, but Jimmie...
I'm wild about the Wild Card.
Since the top 10 drivers in the points standings enjoy a cushion of 55 points or more with six races remaining in the regular season, the real race to the Chase for the Sprint Cup comes with the final two transfer spots.
Kasey Kahne still leads the wild-card standings with two victories. Despite showing tremendous speed in practice, Kahne qualified...
Kasey Kahne won the pole for Saturday’s Indiana 250 from Indianapolis with a lap of 51.054 seconds. Kyle Busch, Ty Dillon, Denny Hamlin and Elliot Sadler round out the top five. Mike Harmon and Morgan Shepherd did not qualify. The event will be live on ESPN at 4:30 PM EST.
Kasey Kahne (#38)
Kyle Busch (#54)
Ty Dillon (#51)
Denny Hamlin (#18)
Elliot Sadler (#2) Eligible to win...