Originally posted on The Pit Stop  |  Last updated 10/11/13
Kyle Busch had the poll for the final Friday race of the Nationwide Series season as Nationwide Series drivers had only few races left before the season was over. "Real excited to get this race underway," said Austin Dillion. Sam Hornish Jr. stated that his car was awesome yesterday. Kyle Busch quickly got the race lead as the race started and then Joey Logano got hot and took over the race lead on lap 7.  At lap 22 though it was Sam Hornish Jr. starting to pull away from Joey Logano as has the race lead now. The green flag racing continued and at lap 49 the first round of green flag pit stop started. Austin Dillion got to lead a couple laps during this time and he finally pitted on lap 52. On the next lap the caution comes out as Reed Sorenson winds up hitting the grass and gets loose.  This winds up causing Brian Vickers to try do evasive maneuvers to not get wrecked, but winds up crashing into Elliott Sadler that was just trying to leave pit road. When the race got back to green flag Sam Hornish Jr. was back leading laps.   It was a short green flag run and at lap 67 Elliott Sadler spun out and smacked the wall. "Very frustrating," said Elliott Sadler. After the green flag dropped again it was another short green flag run and at lap 89 Jamie Dick spins out for the next caution.  This brought down the leaders and Matt Kenseth wins the race off pit road by taking only two tires.  As the race restarted Matt was leading green flag laps.  Kevin Harvick then started to get hot and took over the race lead at lap 105. Seven laps later and it was caution time as Eric McClure smacks the wall hard in the rear end.  This caution brought in the cars up front where Kyle Busch won the race off pit road as he just took only fuel.  Four cars including Regan Smith do not pit for track position.   This time we get a good green flag run with Regan Smith leading laps.  Regan led the laps until he had to pit with 59 laps left.  This put Kyle Larson into the race lead.  The caution came out with 44 laps left as Jeffrey Earnhardt blows an engine.  The leaders pit and Kyle Busch wins the race off pit road. As the green flag dropped Kyle Busch lead laps as Kyle Larson quickly moved to third place.  Then Sam Hornish Jr. got hot and took over the race lead with 20 laps. Larson then winds up hitting wall killing the rear spoiler, but not bringing out the rear spoiler. Kyle Busch started to get hot again was getting closer and closer to Sam Hoirnish Jr. and with 8 laps left with the help of some traffic was able to get the race lead back.  The rest of the race went caution free and Kyle Busch took another win this season. Kyle Busch stated that he is going to be donating his winning to charity. "Car really took off at the end," said Austin Dillion. Sam Hornish Jr. started that the car got too free as the track cooled down.
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