If you missed the race on Sunday, I’m sure you heard all about it today at work. What a great race it was. From pit strategy to lead changes to dynamic driving, we experienced it all.
Kyle Busch can get into a little trouble at times with his aggressive driving, but it paid off this time around. Kyle had a pretty bad car all night long. He failed to receive any stage points in the first two rounds but managed to work himself into the lead with about 58 laps to go.
The 18 car was running away with this race. He had built his lead to over 2 seconds before Larson came charging up behind him passing Kevin Harvick in the process.
After passing Harvick, the 42 car slammed into the wall making many wonder if he would be able to make up ground. Fortunately, lap traffic was on his side.
Larson’s strong runs through turns one and two on the final lap took the lead while also bumping the 18 car into the wall. Kyle Busch was quickly able to recover through turn three where he made contact with Larson sliding him sideways.
The momentum of Kyle Busch sent him into the wall, but he was more fortunate than Larson. He was able to take control of his car and direct it to victory lane.
While many may think this was dirty racing, I think the complete opposite. They were both hungry for a win and this style of racing showed it. They fought tooth and nail and gave it everything they had. That’s all we can ask for. It doesn’t get any better than this!
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