Kyle Busch: Master Of The Re-Start

[caption id="attachment_688427" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Love him or hate him, Kyle Busch is a winner. Even when his car isn't the greatest, he finds a way. At Pocono, we were reminded once again that Kyle Busch is the master of the re-start. Sure, that last re-start wasn't his best as the 18 tussled with the 19 of teammate Daniel Suarez, but that was an aberration.[/caption] Year after year, the 2015 champion demonstrates an ability to get out of the chutes well on re-start. Not ever ...

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Busch vs. Harvick: What’s The Big Deal?

So Kevin Harvick employs the bump and run to loosen up Kyle Busch for the win at New Hampshire. Have you looked carefully at the video? That bump and run was more like a touch and excuse me. OK, maybe the contact was a little heavy. Harvick got into Busch pretty good on that last move. It could have been worse. The idea here was overtaking the lead, not putting Kyle in the wall. It's a fine line, but there's a difference. Busch didn't seem to broke up about it. Fans getting their knick ...

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It’s Racing Like You’re Being Raced Right?

What a race! After Martin Truex Jr. blew away the field at Sonoma last week, Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson delivered a door banging, full contact finish in the Overton's 400 at Chicagoland. This is the kind of racing fans crave. In light of that, it's a bit curious the reaction of the fan to the win by Kyle Busch. It's especially perplexing when you consider the reaction of runner-up Kyle Larson. He accepted with class the consequences of initiating contact. Unlike the reaction of Kurt Busch ...

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Dominance In NASCAR Is A Good Thing

No, no stuttering here. Dominance in NASCAR is a good thing....once in a while. Am I sure about that? Yes, and here's why. Though he's still among the greats, the mustard is off of Jimmie Johnson's hot dog. He's not through being a quality competitor, but it's no given he'll get that record-breaking eighth championship. He and Hendrick Motorsports have looked pretty mortal this season. That leaves something of a void. So, follow along here, the dominance in NASCAR of Kevin Harvick, Mar ...

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Martin Truex Jr.: Not To Be Forgotten

This year's quest for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship is far from a two horse race. While Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are the clear front runners, defending champion Martin Truex Jr. has reminded us his car is no Clydesdale. Recognizing that the 78 was a long run car at Pocono Sunday, Martin Truex and crew chief Cole Pearn played their cards right and picked off their second win of the season. The Furniture Row team may not appear as imposing as they did in 2017, they'r ...

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