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Kyle Busch Sweeps the Weekend at Fontana!

Kyle Busch was able to complete the weekend sweep at Auto Club Speedway this weekend with a thrilling finish in which he managed to avoid an accident coming out of turn four to take the checkered flag in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400.

Unfortunately that accident involved his teammate Denny Hamlin, who was racing Joey Logano for the win, but was sent spinning down across the track after contact from the 22 car. The No. 11 Camry hit hard into the inside wall of Auto Club Speedway. Hamlin was taken to the infield care center where he complained of back pain. He was taken to a local hospital for further evaluation. He would be officially scored in 25th position for the race.
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Joe Gibbs Racing Heads to the West Coast

Denny Hamlin Quotes

What do you need to breakthrough for that first win at Auto Club Speedway?

“Fontana has turned into one of my favorite tracks. The surface has worn a little bit and you can literally run from the white line all the way to the wall, searching for where your car works best. We haven’t had a ton of success there. We have had some bad luck with tires or getting caught in wrecks, and I’m still looking for that first win. It’s big and wide and fast, and a lot of fun for the drivers. You need a lot of horsepower because the straightaways are long, and that place is tough on motors.”
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Bristol Race Recap

All three Joe Gibbs Racing entries took their turns at the front of the field in today’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. In fact, JGR would lead a total of 258 of the race’s 500 scheduled laps.

When it was over Kyle Busch’s second-place finish would lead the team, while a late-race flat tire left Denny Hamlin to drop from third to finish 23rd, and an accident with 100 laps to go took Matt Kenseth from second to a disappointing 35th.
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