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Kyle Busch won Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway for his second win of the 2013 season.
Darrell Wallace Jr. started on the pole for the race, becoming the youngest driver to win a Truck series pole. He led the first 117 laps before giving up the lead to Matt Crafton.
The first caution came early, on lap 1 when Timothy Peters, Max Gresham and John Wes Townley took a spin.
Chase Elliott chipped away at Wallace Jr’s lead from the beginning and by lap 44 was only .994 seconds behind. Moments later Norm Benning went spinning and brought out a caution. After a pit stop Elliott was cited too fast exiting pit road and had to restart at the rear of the field.
By lap 80 Elliott had made his way back into the top ten, by lap 120 he became the leader as Crafton headed to pit road. On lap 135, Elliott gave up his lead to head to pit road himself. taking four tires and fuel - Elliott was once aga...
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Kyle Busch pulled away in the final laps to win the NASCAR Truck Series race Friday at Dover International Speedway.
Busch won in the series for the second straight race following his victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Matt Crafton was second and Ryan Blaney third. Chase Elliott and Brendan Gaughan rounded out the top five.
At 19 years old, Darrell Wallace became the youngest...
Kyle Busch and the No. 54 Monster Energy team came away from week 11 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with a fifth-place finish at Dover (Del.) International Speedway. The six-time 2013 winning Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) team had high expectations on the concrete track appropriately named the ‘Monster Mile,’ after leading the race for 72 of 200 event laps. A late race caution period...
Kyle Busch led twice for 50 laps en route to his second consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory this season and second consecutive win at Dover (Del.) International Speedway in NASCAR’s third division. Busch, who started the race from the fifth spot, took the lead for good on lap 169 and held serve on two late restarts to pick up his 32nd career Truck Series victory...
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Coming off another successful weekend, winning their sixth NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) event of the season, the No. 54 Monster Energy team and Kyle Busch now turn their attention to the appropriately named “Monster Mile” that is Dover International Speedway. This weekend the 28-year-old will attempt to break his three-way tie with Todd Bodine and Carl...
After missing Saturday win, Kyle Busch tries again at Dover today…
Pulling away from runner-up Matt Crafton during a four-lap run to the finish, Kyle Busch won Friday's Lucas Oil 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway.
Busch sped away after a restart on Lap 197 of 200, as Crafton and third-place finisher Ryan Blaney battled for the second spot.
The victory was owner/driver Busch's second of the season...
Kurt Busch topped the speed chart in Happy Hour on Saturday with a lap of 153.224 mph.
Now, if only the Furniture Row Racing team can help its championship driver convert that speed into a win on Sunday.
Certainly, the tools exist. Unofficially, some -- including the driver -- consider the No. 78 Chevrolet the fourth Richard Childress Racing car. And although FRR team owner Barney...
Kurt Busch was a caution away from having a legitimate shot at winning Sunday’s FedEx 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway.
But the yellow flag didn’t wave at the opportune time for the Furniture Row Racing driver, who ended the 400-lap, 400-mile race in 12th place.
After coming down pit road for fresh tires and fuel on Lap 283, Busch did not pit...
Tundra driver Kyle Busch captured the checkered flag in Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race at Dover International Speedway.
Tundra drivers have now won six consecutive NCWTS races at Dover — Scott Speed (2008), Brian Scott (2009), Aric Almirola (2010), Kyle Busch (2011), Todd Bodine (2012) and Busch (2013).
Busch led 50 laps (of 200) en route to his...
A penalty to Jimmie Johnson was all Tony Stewart needed to break out of a four-month slump.
After Johnson was assessed a drive-through penalty for jumping the final restart -- a sanction Johnson protested vehemently -- Stewart passed Juan Pablo Montoya on Lap 398 of 400 to win Sunday's FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway.
The victory was the first...
Camry drivers Brian Vickers (second), Matt Kenseth (third) and Kyle Busch (fifth) earned top-five finishes in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) race at Dover International Speedway.
Busch was at the front of the field more than any other driver on Saturday — leading 72 laps (of 200) around the one-mile oval.
Other Camry drivers in Saturday’s race included...
Kurt Busch led the way with a lap of 23.495 seconds in the final practice for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks from Dover. Rounding out the top five was Matt Kenseth, Juan Pablo Montoya, Jimmie Johnson, and Jeff Gordon.
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• Darrell Wallace, Jr. earned his first-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Keystone 21 Means 21 Pole Award on Friday, May 31, at Dover (Del.) International Speedway becoming the youngest pole sitter in series history at the age of 19.
• Making his first NCWTS start at the famed one-mile track, Wallace and his No. 54 Camping World/Good Sam Toyota Tundra led the field...
Darrell Wallace, Jr. won the pole for Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 from Dover with a time of 22.986 seconds. Chase Elliott, Jeb Burton, Ryan Blaney, and Kyle Busch round out the top five starting positions. With only 36 entries, no drivers missed the show. The event will be live on SPEED at 5 PM EST.
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CHECKING IN FROM CHARLOTTE: Camry driver Denny Hamlin finished fourth in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) 600-mile race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Clint Bowyer (eighth) and Martin Truex Jr. (ninth) also earned top-10 finishes. In the season’s longest race, Camry drivers led 183 laps (of 400), including pole-sitter Hamlin (six laps), Matt Kenseth (112) and Kyle Busch...