Sprint Cup regular (No. 18 Toyota) Kyle Busch wins the Dover 200, his 68th victory in 291 NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
Kyle Busch started on the outside pole at Dover this spring, but crashed while battling for a top-five position on the track. He qualified second again this week and hopes that he fares better in the AAA 400.
Kyle Busch sustained significant damage in an accordion-style accident during a restart on lap 189. He dropped to 23rd while make repairs, but stayed on the lead lap and ultimately finished eighth.
Kyle Busch has earned three consecutive runner-up finishes at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and would love to improve his effort by one spot in the Sylvania 300.
Chase contenders Kyle Busch finished seventh and Kurt Busch finished eighth in the MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland. Even more remarkable, the brothers survived contact with one another late in the race before earning their top-10s.
Sprint Cup regular (No. 18 Toyota Camry) Kyle Busch wins the Lucas Oil 225, his 41st victory in 123 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.
Rain has washed out qualification for the MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland, which will place Kyle Busch on the pole. Busch posted the fastest speed in the first practice session, which will also set the remainder of the grid.
Kyle Busch posted the fastest single lap in Friday’s first practice session for the MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland. His top speed was 191.442 mph.
Kyle Busch enters the weekend with back-to-back top-fives in his last two Chicagoland races. He finished fourth in 2012 and was the runner-up to teammate Matt Kenseth last year.
Kyle Busch's seemingly flawless race Friday night at Richmond International Raceway didn't go completely without a hitch.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch wins the Virginia529 College Savings 250 from the pole, his 67th victory in 289 NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch wins the Coors Light Pole Award for the Nationwide Series (NNS) Virginia529 College Savings 250 with a lap of 22.332 seconds, 120.903 mph.
Kyle Busch’s third-place finish at Richmond this spring in the Toyota Owners 400 stands alone among his recent short track attempts. That is his only top-10 and one of only four top-15s in his past eight races.
Kyle Busch drew a pit road speeding penalty on lap 63, which put him in heavy traffic. He was unable to move forward, and was in the eye of the storm on lap 126 when he was swept into a Brian Vickers vs. Kyle Larson accident. His day never improved and he finished 36th.