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Ties Richard Petty Kyle Busch picked up his 200th career NASCAR national series victory by virtue of his win in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Auto Club Speedway, the same track where he notched his first career Monster Energy Series victory in 2005. The win is the Joe Gibbs Racing driver’s 53rd in the series. Busch also has piled up 94 wins in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and another 53 in NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Series competition.
Has no chance in race Austin Dillon will start on the pole for Sunday’s Sunday’s Auto Club 400 after recording the fastest time in Friday’s Busch Pole Qualifying. Dillon recorded the fastest lap in what became a frantic three round, knockout qualifying session in advance of Sunday’s race. It is Dillon’s second pole at the Fontana, California, track and his fourth career pole.
Win #199 for Busch Polesitter Ryan Blaney held a charging Kyle Busch as long as he could, but he couldn’t hold onto the lead as Busch’s No. 18 passed the No. 12 for the lead on Lap 296 with 17 laps to go at ISM Raceway on Sunday. Busch stretched his lead in the waning laps in the desert, notching his 199th NASCAR victory, one away from tying Richard Petty.
NACSR Win No. 198 Kyle Busch won Saturday’s IK9 Service Dog 200 at ISM Raceway. Busch beat runner-up Ryan Truex to the finish line by 3.025 seconds. The victory was Busch’s 11th at ISM Raceway. Busch won for the second time in two starts this season and for the record 94th time in the series, bringing his total victories across NASCAR’s three national series to 198 and putting him within reach of his stated goal of 200 during the current West Coast Swing.
First race for new sponsor and presto! Ryan Blaney will unofficially have the best view of the green flag at ISM Raceway, earning the pole position for Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500. Blaney scored the top spot with a fastest lap of 141.287 mph in the No. 12 Team Penske Ford during the final round of Friday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Busch Pole Award qualifying session. Chase Elliott will start alongside Blaney on the front row with a lap of 140.171 mph for the second starting spot.
Logano holds off Keselowski for Penske 1-2 in Las Vegas
Pennzoil car wins Pennzoil race Joey Logano driving the #22 Pennzoil Ford held off teammate Brad Keselowski to win the Pennzoil 400 NASCAR Monster Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday. It was the second Penske win in a row as Brad Keselowski took home the bacon in Atlanta last weekend. Kyle Busch was third in the #18 Toyota and probably would have won had he not lost a lap earlier for speeding on pit lane. He was closing on the leaders at the end but ended up 1.4 sec. short. Last year's race winner Kevin Harvick was 4th in the #4 SHR Ford while Kurt Busch rounded out the top-5 in the #1 Ganassi Chevy.
Busch holds off Nemechek to win Xfinity race in Vegas
Wins in double OT It took successful a gamble, a serendipitous caution and a couple of overtimes for Las Vegas native Kyle Busch to win a second NASCAR Xfinity Series race on his home track, but Busch beat the odds in Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300. A lap down at Las Vegas Motor Speedway after an unscheduled pit stop for a loose wheel, Busch rallied to win his 93rd Xfinity race, extending his series record and bringing his victory total across NASCAR’s three national series to 197.
Kyle Busch sweeps stages to win Strat 200 at Las Vegas
Another Truck win for Busch Little would make Kyle Busch happier than a three-race weekend sweep in his hometown. The driver of the No. 51 Toyota took the first step on Friday night, winning the Strat 200 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. In his 2019 series debut last Friday at Atlanta, Busch broke a tie with NASCAR Hall of Famer Ron Hornaday Jr. for most career victories. On Friday, he extended the record to 53.
Hamlin on outside front row Wheeling a fast lap of 180.517 mph in the final minutes of Friday’s qualifying session, Kevin Harvick notched his first Busch Pole Award of the 2019 season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Harvick won this race last year in his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin will roll off the grid second on Sunday, while his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch nabbed the third starting position.
NASCAR Using his powerful Toyota motor, Kyle Busch roared to the pole for tonight’s Stratosphere 200 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Busch earned his 22nd career Truck Series pole with a speed of 178.903 mph. Brett Moffitt was second-fastest at 178.359 mph, followed by Harrison Burton (178.224 mph), Grant Enfinger (178.036 mph) and Cory Roper (177.895 mph).
Keselowski Beats Flu And Truex, Jr. For Atlanta Victory
by Brandon Reed Brad Keselowski overcame a stomach bug and the competition to score the victory in Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Keselowski powered around teammate Joey Logano with 32 laps left to go, and then held off a late charge by Martin Truex, Jr. to score the win. It’s his 28th career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race and his second at Atlanta. It also breaks a tie with Mark Donahue for all-time wins with Team Penske.
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