Saturday, March 7, 2009

Kyle Busch Wins Again.

Kyle Busch, the 23 year old star, won his second straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race today. He held off Kevin Harvick, driver of the #2 Charter Chevrolet, on the final lap at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Busch started from the pole for the American Commercial Lines 200, and was dominate in the early part of the race. Kyle has won the last two races, adding to his victory at California two weeks ago. Kyle has been REALLY dominate at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He has won 4 of his last 5 truck starts. After the win, Kyle was quoted as saying "The truck was not great, but good." So far this season, Kyle has won at every NASCAR venue. He captured one of the qualifying races at Daytona, took first in both the Nationwide and truck series races at California, and picked up his first Sprint Cup win of the 2009 season last weekend at Las Vegas. Now you can add Atlanta Motor Speedway to the ever growing list. When the media informed Kyle of his 2009 stats so far, he said “That’s pretty cool. Definitely the best time of your life is to win a race, so this is pretty awesome. It’s just having good equipment, the guys being smart enough to work on it and me being smart enough to know when to race and when not to race. It’s awesome to win at every venue so far. I can dream of winning at every single one of them to make it 36, but I don’t see that happening. It’s awfully tough to win in this sport.” Kyle Busch's victory was a bit of good news for his truck owner, Billy Ballew, who on Wednesday night was arrested for drunk driving on the speedway grounds. Kyle Busch refused to comment on this issue. The next race for the Camping World Truck Series is the KROGER 250 at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. The race will start at 2pm eastern time on Fox.

--Here Daniel, I hope you're happy :)