(BRISTOL, Tenn.) — NASCAR Nationwide driver Kyle Bucsh held off Kyle Larson following a late restart to capture the checkered flag in Saturday’s running of the Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
“A good race for us,” Busch said. “Proud to be in victory lane, proud of Adam (Stevens) and our guys, so another one here at Bristol is good.”
Busch led the race four times for a total of 120 laps. His Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Matt Kenseth led a race-high 178 laps.
Kevin Harvick finished in third, followed by Ryan Blaney in fourth and Kenseth rounded out the top five.
It’s Busch’s 16th career win at Bristol and his 65th victory on the Nationwide circuit.
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