Kyle Busch was untouchable in the CWTS race at Dover Friday.
Timothy Peters: "... if you try to be over-aggressive you can find yourself in the wall very quickly."
Busch will look to make it four-for-four this season and three consecutive at the one-mile oval in Friday evening's 200-lap event.
Darrell Wallace Jr. in the No. 54 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota held the pole position, and appeared to have the strongest Truck but his team owner in the No. 51 ended up earning his 32nd NCWTS victory.
Busch won in his first career Truck Series race at the 1-mile oval in 2005
Miles the Monster's menacing snarl isn't the only thing that takes Coulter's breath away at Dover