Kyle Busch led 143 laps (of 150) en route to winning his first 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) race Saturday night. Busch made history with the win by becoming the first driver to win two events in a single day among NASCAR's top-three...
Kyle Busch led 143 laps (of 150) en route to winning his first 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) race Saturday night.
Busch made history with the win by becoming the first driver to win two events in a single day among NASCAR's top-three series. Earlier in the day Busch captured the checkered flag in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event.
Toyota drivers Joey Logano (third), David Reutimann (seventh) and Brian Vickers (eighth) also recorded top-10 finishes at Auto Club Speedway Saturday.
Other Camry drivers in the NNS race included Jason Leffler (11th), Scott Lagasse, Jr. (12th), Michael Waltrip (15th), Michael Annett (16th), David Green (18th) and Michael McDowell (36th).
DAVID REUTIMANN, No. 10 Beringer Vineyards Toyota Camry, Braun Racing
Finishing Position: 7th
BRIAN VICKERS, No. 32 Dollar General Toyota Camry, Braun Racing
Finishing Position: 8th
JASON LEFFLER, No. 38 Great Clips Toyota Camry, Braun Racing
Finishing Position: 11th
SCOTT LAGASSE JR., No. 11 Gatorz Precision Built Eyewear Toyota Camry, CJM Racing
Finishing Position: 12th
MICHAEL WALTRIP, No. 99 Bestwestern.com Toyota Camry, Michael Waltrip Racing
Finishing Position: 15th
MICHAEL ANNETT, No. 15 Pilot Travel Centers Toyota Camry, Germain Racing
Finishing Position: 16th
DAVID GREEN, No. 07 SK Motorsports Toyota Camry, SK Motorsports
Finishing Position: 18th
MICHAEL MCDOWELL, No. 47 Pacific Packaging Group Toyota Camry, JTG-Daugherty Racing
Finishing Position: 36th
What happened to force you out of the race? "I'm not really sure. I got down in the middle of turn one and felt like I was spinning out in my own oil, and then obviously it caught on fire. The motor was running. I don't know if we had an oil line or something happen. We had just started out a little bit too tight, which we were a little worried about how well we qualified we might be a little too tight. Gene Nead (crew chief) made good adjustments and we started to come back. We're not really sure what happened. Hopefully, we'll be able to figure it out."
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