Busch Nearly Scores Victory in the Toyota 200

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Default Busch Nearly Scores Victory in the Toyota 200

“You always like to come out on the better end of it of course, but the real mission today was thanking our heroes and I appreciate Mars/Wrigley Confectionary and all their associates for the red, white and blue Supra here today with M&M’s on it,” said Busch. Harrison Burton continued his great start to his rookie Xfinity Series season and scored another top-10 finish. Kyle Busch “Yeah, it was a really tough race track,” said Burton. “I struggled quite a bit, honestly. Early in the race especially. My (turns) three and four were decent, and my (turns) one and two were not as decent. It felt like our car was a top five car, and the driver didn’t have the experience. It was hard to plan for what this place is like. It’s such a hard race track. There’s no excuses. It was the same for everyone. I hate finishing ninth, so that will be good motivation for Charlotte. I know that our team is capable of winning each and every weekend. That’s the bar we set for ourselves. Hopefully, we can go out and get another win soon.” Harrison Burton The Xfinity Series returns on track on Memorial Day evening at Charlotte Motor Speedway.



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