Kyle Busch won the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Busch started on the pole for a NASCAR Nationwide Series race for the sixth time this season and found victory lane for the sixth time in doing so.
A total of 40 drivers took to the .533 mile short track known as the World’s Fast half mile but none had anything to offer Busch in the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota.
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Busch, much like second place finisher Brad Keselowski, was competing in all three NASCAR events at Bristol this week. By winning the Truck Series race on Wednesday and the Nationwide Series race on Friday, Busch now has a chance to pull off the three race sweep. It would be just the second time ever in NASCAR, the first was Busch in August of 2010 at Bristol.
This is Busch’s ninth Nationwide win of the season and 60th of his career and sixth Nationwide win at Bristol. He also owns five Cup wins and four wins in the Truck Series at the track.