Kurt Busch has scored 53 top-10s in the past three years, which puts him eighth on the leaderboard behind his brother Kyle Busch (with 56).
With an average finish of 12.03, Kurt Busch had the sixth-best mark among all fulltime contenders in 2016.
Kurt Busch finished fifth in the Can-Am 500 to earn his fifth consecutive result of seventh or better.
Kurt Busch enters the Can-Am 500 with a four-race top-10 streak at Phoenix International Raceway.
Kurt Busch finished one lap off the pace in 20th in the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Kurt Busch qualified 10th for the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway and he posted the 10th-fastest single lap in Happy Hour.
Kurt Busch enters the AAA Texas 500 weekend with a 19-race streak of top-15s on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks.
Kurt Busch posted the slowest time among Chase contenders in qualification for the Goody's Fast Relief 500 with a speed of 96.968 mph that puts him 23rd on the grid.
Kurt Busch has earned nine previous short track victories during his career.
Kurt Busch finished fourth in the Hellmann's 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway after starting the race seventh.
Like Carl Edwards, Kurt Busch battled with a vibration at Talladega SuperSpeedway in practice for the Hellmann's 500.
Kurt Busch has finished 12th or better in his last four Talladega SuperSpeedway races.
Kurt Busch qualified 15th, crashed his primary car, and was forced to start from the back; he overcame the deficit as well as a poor pit selection and finished 13th.
Kurt Busch will be forced to roll out a backup after spinning into the infield grass in Saturday’s final practice.