Kyle Busch joined NASCAR royalty on Saturday because the driver gained his a hundredth Xfinity race, turning into the one driver to attain the feat within the sequence.
He’s the third driver in NASCAR nationwide sequence historical past to attain the triple-digit mark, becoming a member of NASCAR Corridor of Famers Richard Petty and David Pearson who gained 200 and 105 races respectively within the Cup Sequence.
Busch’s first Xfinity Sequence win got here in 2004 at Richmond Raceway, and now has 51 extra victories than the following closest driver on the Xfinity wins record, which is Corridor of Famer Mark Martin at 49.
The 36-year-old is already one of the crucial adorned NASCAR drivers with probably the most all-time wins within the NASCAR Tenting World Truck Sequence (61) and probably the most wins throughout NASCAR nationwide sequence historical past (219).
‘Rowdy’ continuously battled second-place finisher Justin Allgaier all through the race at Nashville Superspeedway on Saturday, finally edging him out by 1.110 seconds. He led 122 of the 189 laps within the time beyond regulation race.
And this time, Busch is taking residence the trophy in a single piece.
Busch might be again to compete within the Cup Sequence on Father’s Day, this Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. ET at Nashville Superspeedway.
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