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At the age of 27, Kyle Busch has 105 combined wins in NASCAR’s top three series (24 in the Spring cup series, 51 in the Nationwide Series, and 30 in the Camping World Truck Series) . The best part, it leads all active drivers. Just incredible. The next closest: Martin with 96, and Harvick with 69.
Stat Source: Racing-reference.com
BEST OF MAXIM
Kyle Busch has put his shaky spring behind him, witness the #18's win at Richmond last Saturday night. Now Rowdy and his Joe Gibbs Racing team head to the track where luck plays the biggest part of any race on the circuit: Talladega. Busch knows he's got some momentum heading into this weekend, because, in his words "I’ve never had the luck at Talladega. I just want...
MOORESVILLE, N.C.– Coming off an exciting week of racing, which included his first win as a NASCAR Nationwide Series team owner and his first win of the 2012 season as a driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Kyle Busch is anxious to carry the high momentum into this weekend’s Aaron’s 312 Nationwide Series race at Talladega (Ala.) Speedway. Making his sixth start in the self...
From the West Virginia Miners
BECKLEY — Not many people can say Kyle Busch owes them one. Maybe even fewer can brag that the controversial NASCAR star paid up.
It happened for Casey Roderick, a Georgia native trying to make it on the Nationwide circuit. He was running the series’ season opener at Daytona, and things were going well.
They got even better when he got...
NASCAR has moved on to Talladega Superspeedway, where the focus on Friday was on everything it takes to race around the fast Alabama track.
But there was still a slight hangover from last week, when a pair of NASCAR calls altered the outcome of the race at Richmond. Carl Edwards was penalized for jumping a late restart, and a debris caution gave Kyle Busch the opening to take the...
Kurt Busch and Kyle Busch led the way with each turning a lap of 50.388 seconds in the final practice for the Aaron’s 312 from Talladega. Rounding out the top five was Sam Hornish, Jr., Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., and Michael Annett.
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Joey Logano passes Kyle Busch at the last moment to win Aaron’s 312…