Fort Worth, Texas-Kyle Busch is fighting to defend his NASCAR Cup title. With his first victory in 2020, he extended his winning streak to at least 16 games this season.
He also denied the victory of Martin Truex Jr., and his fined Joe Gibbs racing teammate still has a chance to become one of the four drivers to win the new championship.
Bush said: “I feel bad. But I won.”
Three days after the game started, Bush won the NASCAR playoffs in Texas, which ended on Wednesday. He was 0.468 seconds ahead of Truex, and only had enough fuel left for the celebratory burnout in the front tandem, and then needed to be pushed from the trailer to drive the No. 18 Toyota into the victory lane.
Truex, who led 53 laps, said: “If you add another lap, then 18 laps may be used up.” So, I mean, that’s just one of them… How close can you get without winning? ”
This is Truex’s 12th top three this season. His only victory came from NASCAR’s oldest and shortest track, Martinsville. The next race is Sunday. He also won the game last fall.
Due to the disappearance of illegal predators and Texas captain James Small (James Small), Truex had to return to the game at the beginning of the Texas game on Sunday. The 2017 champion and runner-up in the past two seasons also scored 20 points, which is a crucial punishment because he was already below the top four critical line before.
Truex said: “Come here, we are full of confidence and strong performance. This time of year, the second one is great, but it is not good enough.”
In the season finals held in Phoenix on November 8, three other drivers joined Joey Logano for the championship.
Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, and Brad Keselowski are beyond the boundaries of Martinsville. Alex Bowman and Chase Elliott are both 42 points behind the deadline, while Trexx is 53 points behind and Kurt Busch ( Kurt Busch) scored 98 points.
Since 2005, Kyle Busch has won his 57th career victory, which allows him to win at least once a year. Having won the cup twice, he won the fourth cup championship in Texas and his first cup championship since winning the championship in Homestead last November.
Bush said: “We know, I was very nervous at the time. The last three laps, like winning the championship, it made me very nervous.”
Busch led five times, leading 90 out of 334 laps on the 1½-mile circuit in Texas. After three days of foggy weather, drizzle and cool temperatures, it finally dried up.
The game finally resumed on Wednesday after a pause of 72 hours, 28 minutes and 34 seconds, when the temperature was in the mid-1940s. Due to the rain that lasted until Wednesday morning, the race was marked in red on the Sunday after 52 laps.
Bowman is ranked fifth in Texas, ahead of Keselowski and Kurt Busch. Hamlin ranked 9th, Logano 10th and Harvick won the first three autumn games in Texas. He recovered from an injury to his right side when he brushed the wall when he was leading on Sunday. The game, so ranked 16th. Elliott finished 20th.
“I don’t know the craziest [race], But the longest. I am very happy that everything is over, I am very happy that we have achieved good results,” Kesselowski said, “I look forward to Martinsville very much.
Logano won the Kansas game 10 days ago and entered the final four games, starting with eight three rounds.
Bush has only enough fuel left to exhaust his reach, and his usual winning bow and arrow are a bit slow.
“It’s been a long time,” Bush explained, slow to respond and praised his crew for their tremendous efforts to save fuel. “I have always maintained excellent leadership and guidance. …It ran out and came in to do burnout.”