* Kyle Busch returns to Kansas Speedway as the defending race winner of the Kansas Lottery 300. One year ago, Busch ended his night in victory lane after starting sixth and leading for 17 laps. * In a total of four career NNS starts at the ...
* Kyle Busch returns to Kansas Speedway as the defending race winner of the Kansas Lottery 300. One year ago, Busch ended his night in victory lane after starting sixth and leading for 17 laps.
* In a total of four career NNS starts at the 1.5-mile tri-oval, Busch has recorded one win, two top-five and three top-10 finishes with a total of 36 laps led. He has started and finished outside of the top-10 on only one occasion.
* This will mark Busch's ninth start of the season for Braun Racing. Busch gave the team its first win of the season when he drove the Dollar General stores Toyota Camry to victory lane at Lowe's Motor Speedway in May. Busch has earned the team one win, three top-five finishes and four top-10 finishes.
This weekend LifeLock will serve as primary sponsor of the No. 32 piloted by Kyle Busch.
Famous for its CEO giving out his Social Security Number in advertising and national press, the company is experiencing strong growth.
Kyle Busch on Racing at Kansas Speedway
"Kansas is always a pretty exciting race with a lot of side-by-side racing which is what the fans want to see. It's a place where the driver has a little more control in regards to the car's handling. You have your pick of lines to run, so if your car isn't handling well in one groove you can move around and find a line that better suits the way your car is handling. I look forward to teaming back up with the Braun Racing guys this weekend and hope to take the No. 32 LifeLock team back to victory lane."
The No. 32 LifeLock will unload chassis # 27 this weekend for the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway. This is the same car Dave Blaney drove to victory lane in October 2006 at Lowe's Motor Speedway.