Found April 23, 2013 on Fan View Point:
PLAYERS: Kyle BuschDenny Hamlin
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Some things are automatic: The sun rises in the east, rain falls from the sky, and Kyle Busch wins the spring race at Richmond. Rowdy has an astounding streak going, having won an amazing four in a row, dating back to 2009. Busch looks to continue the streak as NASCAR heads to the Commonwealth of Virginia Saturday night for one of the premier events on the schedule.Rowdy looks to keep the streak alive at RichmondBusch’s average finishing position of just 5.4 is tops among all active drivers at Richmond, including JGR teammate Denny Hamlin, whose average finish there is 8.1. Busch has completed all but one of the 6,410 laps available to him in his 16 career Richmond starts. Of those laps completed, Busch has run in the top-15 for 6,607 (87.5 percent) of them – second-most among active drivers at the track. What makes Busch and JGR so good?“I think a lot of it comes from Denny (Hamlin), being that it’s his home track. I’ve been good there in Hendrick and JGR cars. But Denny and I real...
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