Le mercredi est le jour de pénalité en NASCAR et tard ce mercredi après-midi le corps de sanction devrait annoncer des infractions, punitions et avertissements pour certains des pilotes engagés dans les courses du week-end dernier à l' Auto Club Speedway en Californie du Sud.
Kyle Busch calls it a "knack."
His rivals might refer to the continuing saga of Kyle Busch at Phoenix International Raceway as absolute dominance.
But the record books will show Saturday’s result in the Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200 as yet another NASCAR XFINITY Series victory for the Busch juggernaut.
Leading 175 of 200 laps at the one-mile race track, Busch notched his ninth victory in 20 starts at PIR. That’s the highest total number of wins by a single driver at an active XFINITY Series venue. (Mark Martin holds the all-time single track record with 11 victories at Rockingham.)
" In recent years, Kevin Harvick has exercised his dominance at Phoenix International Raceway by crushing the competition.
In Sunday’s Good Sam 500 at the one-mile track in the Sonoran Desert, he maintained his mastery by a matter of inches, banging fenders with Carl Edwards in a side-by side overtime battle on the way to the finish line. "
By Reid Spencer
NASCAR Wire Service
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 Skittles Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) and his team are off to a hot start in the three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races contested thus far in 2016. (An official Kylebusch.com release)
Leading 199 of 200 laps, Busch won Saturday's Boyd Gaming 300 NASCAR XFINITY Series at the 1.5-mile track, pacing a 1-2-3 finish by Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas. The Las Vegas native ended an 0-for-11 drought at his home track, beating teammate Daniel Suárez to the finish line by .817 seconds, with Erik Jones rolling across the stripe in third.
(By spencer reid, nascar wire service)
With wrecks erupting behind him, Jimmie Johnson took the checkered flag in overtime under caution in Sunday's Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway -- and then he remembered. (By Reid Spencer | NASCAR Wire Service )