As weekends go, Kyle Busch had a spectacular one, winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway Friday night and the NASCAR Nationwide race there on Saturday afternoon.
In Sunday night's big race, the GEICO 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at the 1.5-mile oval, Busch had a third consecutive excellent outing, wheeling his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota to a second-place finish behind teammate Matt Kenseth, who won his series-high sixth race of the year.
But being the competitor that he is, Busch was disappointed that he lost the race on the final restart on Lap 245 of the 267-lap race, when he took the green flag as the leader. Kenseth, who was running second at the time, got a push from Kevin Harvick and went into the lead, a lead he would never surrender, while Busch would have to settle for second, denied a shot a victory and denied a shot at his second three-race sweep, which he did previously at Bristol in 2010.
"I beat Kenseth to the line," Busch said of the ...