Kyle Busch completed another NASCAR weekend sweep for Joe Gibbs Racing with a win in today’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The win was Busch’s first Sprint Cup Series victory at the famed Speedway and also gave Toyota its first victory there. Toyota has now won a Sprint Cup Series race at every track on the current NASCAR circuit.
Meanwhile teammates Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth, and Carl Edwards also had strong runs racing in the top ten for the majority of the afternoon before finishing fifth, seventh and 13th respectively.Read More
Kyle Busch continued his incredible comeback from early season injuries that caused him to miss the first 11 races of the season with a win in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards would join their teammate in the top ten with sixth and seventh-place finishes respectively and Denny Hamlin battled to a 14th-place finish.
Busch has now won back-to-back races after his win last week in Kentucky and he has won three of the last four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races starting with his victory in Sonoma. He is now just 58 points out of 30th-place in the standings to secure his spot in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.Read More
It was dominating night for Joe Gibbs Racing at Kentucky Speedway with an impressive victory by Kyle Busch and all four teams finishing in the top five in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400.
Busch led a race-high four times for 163 total laps en route to the win, while teammates Denny Hamlin, Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth finished third, fourth, and fifth respectively. The win is Busch’s second since returning from his early season injury and moves him to 35th in the standings and 87 points out of 30th-place which would secure his place in the NASCAR Chase for the Championship.
Rain delayed the start of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 for 3 ½ hours, but the green flag for the start of the race managed to drop at Daytona International Speedway a little before midnight creating an exciting late-night battle on the 2.5-mile superspeedway.
When it finally ended in thrilling fashion just before 3 AM ET it was Denny Hamlin leading Joe Gibbs Racing with a third-place finish despite being turned from behind and setting off a massive wreck at the finish line. Both Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth would be collected in the wreck after recovering from earlier incidents and finished 17th and 23rd respectively. Meanwhile Carl Edwards was collected in an earlier accident and had his night ended early to finish 41st. Read More