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After a disappointing race a week earlier, when he had run out of gas with three laps remaining and while leading a race, Joey Logano had Lady Luck smile on him on Sunday and won at Watkins Glen after Kevin Harvick's car ran dry.
If NASCAR had such a thing as a hat-trick, Kyle Busch has just completed it. Busch continued his incredible run since returning from injury and won his third-consecutive Sprint Cup Series on Sunday.
Kyle Busch is driving like a man on a mission and his mission is to break into the Top 30 on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit. The win at Kentucky Speedway left Busch nearly searching for words to describe the season since his return from serious injuries.
Kyle and Kurt Busch finished first and second respectively for the first time in their NASCAR Sprint Cup careers. The win was a huge boost for Kyle, who is only five races back to competing after a accident that jeopardized his season.
It took six laps more than originally planned, but Kyle Busch became the fifth driver on the list of winners in the Sprint Cup Series, when victories will go a long way to securing a place in the final showdown for the 2014 NASCAR championship.
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The last two NASCAR races at Watkins Glen International were not memorable ones for Kyle Busch. Having lost the lead late the past two years only made him more determined to break the New York jinx.
Brian Vickers was one of the most surprised people at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon. He didn’t expect to find himself gripping a large lobster in Victory Lane after winning this week’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
It was a special night for Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin and Jeff Gordon. Not only did they finish one-two-three in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway, but the Bojangles’ Southern 500 was “special” to each of them for different rea
Kyle Busch was enjoying the moment after winning the Auto Club 400 on Sunday afternoon, while a short distance down pit lane a heated war of words escalated into a pushing match between Joey Logano and Tony Stewart.
Kyle Busch must really love racing in Virginia and, to prove it, the veteran NASCAR driver won his fourth-straight spring race at Richmond International Raceway, which was presented by “Virginia Is For Lovers.”
Kyle Busch got his second win on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit at the Quaker State 400 Powered by Advance Auto Parts, at Kentucky Speedway on July 11, 2015. The victory brings his closer to his goal of making it into the Chase for the Sprint Cup after missing the first 11 races of the Sprint Cup season.
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A dejected Kyle Busch surveys the damage to his car after he ran over a fallen TV cable during the Coca-Cola 600, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 26, 2013. Busch radioed his crew saying his car was “killed” after driving over the debris
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Kyle Busch celebrates after winning the Auto Club 400, on March 23, 2014 at Auto Club Speedway, in Fontana, California.
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Kyle Busch won his third NASCAR Sprint Cup race of the season at the 5-Hour Energy 301, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 19, 2015. Busch has the second most wins of the season, doing it in just eight races since returning from a horrific accident that kept him out of the first 11 races of the Sprint Cup season.
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Kyle Busch celebrates winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard, on July 26, 2015 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was Busch's third-straight win and fourth in five races on the Sprint Cup circuit.
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Kyle Busch walks away from his car after doing a burnout to celebrate winning the “Cheez-it 355 at the Glen,” at New York's Watkins Glen International, on Aug. 11, 2013.