Last Saturday, Busch won a Nationwide race at Phoenix International Raceway for a record third straight time, even though the scheduled 200-lap event there was cut short by 32 laps due to rain. He also earned his record- extending 64th career win in the series.
Kyle Busch became the first driver to win three consecutive Nationwide Series races at Phoenix International Raceway, even though Saturday's scheduled 200-lap event was cut short by 32 laps due to rain.
Brad Keselowski won the inaugural knockout- style of qualifying in the Sprint Cup Series after setting a new track record at Phoenix International Raceway on Friday.
Busch drove the No. 54 Toyota for JGR in 26 Nationwide races during the 2013 season. He scored a series-season-high 12 wins, including victories in both events at Phoenix.
Kyle Busch won a Camping World Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway for the first time after beating Timothy Peters by the slimmest of margins on Friday night.
There appears to be no clear favorite to win the Nationwide title this year. In fact, it should be a very competitive battle throughout the season. The 33- race schedule concludes on Nov. 15 at Homestead.
Eighteen-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski won the pole for Saturday's 300-mile Nationwide Series season-opener at Daytona International Speedway, despite qualifying being shortened due to rain.