Originally written on The Pit Stop  |  Last updated 9/27/14

HOMESTEAD, FL - NOVEMBER 21: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Z-Line Designs Toyota, does a burnout after winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship and the Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 21, 2009 in Homestead, Florida. (Photo by John Harrelson/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Kyle Busch picked up another poll at Bristol as he goes for his fifteenth win at this place as cars were back to Bristol for some Friday night race action. "Practiced really well," said Kyle Larson. Elliott Sadler said he struggled a lot in practice today. "Good car in race runs," said Austin Dillion. Kyle Busch easily got the race lead as the race started.  He to lap traffic pretty quickly and before lap 50 he had half of the field a lap down.  The caution finally came out on lap 65 for debris.  By this time less than fifteen cars were on the lead lap.  Kyle Busch was the only car on the lead lap to not pit. As the race restarted Kyle Busch was back to leading more laps.  This green flag run did not last as long as the first one at lap 103 it was Nelson Piquet Jr.  spinning out for caution number 2.  This caution brought down all the leaders including Kyle Busch who came out off third on pit road.  Trevor Bayne took only two tires to lead the cars off pit road.  Kyle Larson was the only car on the lead lap to stay out. As the race restarted Kyle Larson was leading the green flag laps.  Kyle Busch though started to get hot was moving closer and closer to Kyle Larson on the track.  Then at lap 129 Kyle Busch took the race lead back.  At lap 153 the first wreck of the evening occurs as Drew Herring crashes hard into the inside wall.  This caution brought only a couple cars down pit road for fuel including Kyle Larson. "Just trying to stay out of trouble," said Drew Herring. The race restarted and Kyle Busch was having a big fight with Brad Keselowski for the race lead.  Regan Smith started to fall back through the field.  Then Brian Vickers at lap 166 crashes taking Parker Kligerman with him to bring out the caution. Parker Kligerman stated that something must have been on the race track. "We had a good car tonight," said Brian Vickers. With 71 laps left the race restarted and Kyle Busch was back leading laps.  Brad Keselwoski was stuck in second, but was starting to close the gap as the laps went on.  The lapped cars though wound up being too much trouble for Brad as Kyle easily won this race. "Great car," said Kyle Busch.  He stated it will be a tall order tomorrow. "We were close," said Brad Keselwoski on his car. "Struggled on pit road tonight," said Austin Dillion.
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