Kyle Busch, with two NASCAR Cup Series wins at Kentucky, already put himself in good position for a third.  Busch dominated much of the 80-lap stage and then fended off his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Erik Jones after green-flag stops to claim the stage win.Austin Dillon was third, Joey Logano was fourth and Clint Bowyer rebounded from a tough Stage 2 to finish fifth. Following the break between Stages 1 and 2, Kyle Busch was the first off pit road thanks to a two-tire spot but several lead-lap cars elected to remain on

NASCAR Kurt Busch withstood a stout challenge from Joey Logano to take the Stage 1 win Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway. The two battled side-by-side for more than a lap after a restart with 12 of 80 laps left in the stage before Kurt Busch was able to claim his first stage victory of the 2019 season. Kyle Busch finished third, Denny Hamlin was fourth and Aric Almirola completed the top-five. Daniel Suarez started on the pole and after 10 laps he continued to lead the way followed by his Stewart-Haas Racing

Larson flew under the radar most of Saturday night’s Quaker State 400, only moving into the top-10 late in the race. When the race went into overtime, Larson lined up sixth, while his Chip Ganassi Racing teammate, Kurt Busch, was fourth, directly in front of him. While Kyle Busch quickly worked his way past then-leader Joey Logano, Larson gave Kurt a shove, helping to propel him into a battle for the lead with Kyle. “I was going to be committed to Kurt’s back bumper no matter how much of a run I had because I knew I

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