Found November 07, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Who would have believed, at the start of the NASCAR season, that we would be sitting here with two races to go in all three top series in 2012 and Kyle Busch has only won one race, across the board? We're normally accustomed to seeing Kyle win 18, 19 or even up to 20 races across all three series. We know he's cut his schedule back this year in the Camping World Truck and Nationwide series, but he has no wins in Truck races, he has no wins in Nationwide and he only has that one Cup win at Richmond back in the spring. But what Busch and his team have to hang their hat on right now -- and he can potentially win both of these final two races of 2012 at Phoenix and Homestead in Sprint Cup -- even though he's sitting here now outside of the Chase for the Sprint Cup field is that he has five top-five finishes in that segment. He has more top fives than second-running Brad Keselowski right now and the only blemishes he really has in the Chase races were the engine issue at L...
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