Kyle Busch made a little history at a pretty big track.
Busch used a perfectly timed pass to win the NASCAR Truck Series season opener Friday night, becoming the first driver to win an ARCA race, a truck race, a Nationwide Series race and a Sprint Cup race at Daytona International speedway.
Busch edged Timothy Peters in the final few feet to provide one of the closest finishes in series history.
Peters was leading coming out of the final turn and did all he could to block Busch, even nearly forcing him into the wall. But Busch didn't blink and drove by Peters just before the finish line.
It was Busch's 36th Truck Series victory and first at Daytona.
''Well, it sounds awesome,'' said Busch, acknowledging he would rather be a Daytona 500 winner. ''This has been eluding me. I finally got one.''
Busch also gave Toyota its eighth consecutive Truck Series win at Daytona. It was the automaker's fourth victory in four races during Speedweeks. Busch's Joe Gibbs Racing teammates, Denny ...