Found March 26, 2012 on Fan View Point:
PLAYERS: Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch finally broke thru, sort of, and had the kind of race the #18 JGR Camry is capable of, coming home second in the rain shortened NASCAR Sprint Cup race behind defending series champ Tony Stewart.“We had a great race car with our Interstate Batteries Camry right from the beginning of the race,” said Busch, who has 10 top-10 finishes in 15 career Sprint Cup starts at Fontana. “I got the lead from Denny (Hamlin) after the first lap, led a lot of laps. I just wish we led 30 more, and we'd be in a different position right now. The Interstate Batteries Camry was fast."The #18 pit crew in action, en route to Kyle Bsuch's second place finishRowdy added “I can’t say enough about those guys, Dave (Rogers, crew chief) and everybody, for putting together a really good car this weekend. Wish we would have been able to race the whole thing on one hand, but on the other hand I'm kind of glad we're not because we kind of have a little bit of damage that slowed us down...

Tony Stewart wins Auto Club 400

Tony Stewart rode aggressive driving early and a later-than-expected gift from Mother Nature to win the NASCAR Auto Club 400 at Fontana, Calif., on Sunday. The race was called with 71 laps to go due to rain. It was the second win of the season for Stewart, making the 2011 Sprint Cup series champion the first repeat winner of 2012. Kyle Busch was second, followed by Dale Earnhardt...

Stewart picking up where 2011 left off

Tony Stewart continued his championship form Sunday with a win in the rain-shortened NASCAR Sprint Cup Auto Club 400. Stewart gained the lead from Kyle Busch for the first time in the race on Lap 85. At that point and in clean air, no one could challenge Stewart in a race that featured the longest green-flag run -- 124 laps -- in track history. He went on to take the victory in...

Rain has caused a red-flag period

Rain has delayed the NASCAR Sprint Cup Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway. NASCAR red-flagged the race on Lap 129 with Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards in the top five. Stewart led 42 of 129 laps when rain began with Denny Hamlin running second. However, the No. 11 team elected to come down pit road as the first caution flag of the day...

NASCAR: Drivers on the Move after Fontana

Weather may have dampened the proceedings at Auto Club Speedway, but some drivers certainly felt jubilant after leaving the Southern California venue. Oddly enough, that number included a couple of drivers who finished lower than they ran for most of the race: Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson. Busch led more laps than any other driver but was happy with his second-place finish, as...

Tony Stewart Wins Auto Club 400 for Second Win of 2012

  “Smoke” reigned supreme as rain shortened Sunday’s Sprint Cup event at Fontana. Tony Stewart won Sunday’s Auto Club 400 after the race was called due to rain with 71 laps still remaining. It was the first Sprint Cup cut short by rain since July 2009 at New Hampshire, but at least the strongest car won the race, which ran caution-free until the heavens opened up and put...

Tony Stewart Blankets The Field In Rain Shortened Auto Club 400

photo credit:  getty images FONTANA, Calif. -- Tony Stewart made all the right moves Sunday at Auto Club Speedway, and the last one proved decisive in taking the three-time champion to Victory Lane in the rain-shortened Auto Club 400. After raindrops slowed the race on Lap 124, Stewart, the race leader, faked a move toward pit road but stayed on the track and matched the pace car...
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