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NASCAR

Nov 17 - 2019

Kyle Busch Closes 2019 Season in Winning Fashion

November 17, 2019, Kyle Busch and the No. 18 Camry completed the final burnout of the 2019 season as Busch celebrated his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) championship on Sunday. Kyle Busch Closes 2019 Season in Winning Fashion
Kyle Busch and the No. 18 Camry completed the final burnout of the 2019 season as Busch celebrated his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) championship on Sunday.
November 17, 2019, With a victory in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Busch captured the third driver’s championship for Toyota.

“Everybody always says you never give up,” said Busch. “We're no different. We just do what we can do each and every week. Sometimes we may not be the best. Sometimes we may not have the right track position. Today we had a really good car and I could race around and move around. It was exciting enough from my seat. It was a lot of fun to cap off such an amazing year.”

Kyle Busch
With a victory in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Busch captured the third driver’s championship for Toyota. Fellow Camry teammate and Championship 4 competitor, Martin Truex Jr., finished second in the race and championship standings after battling back from a pit road mishap that took him out of the lead in Stage 2.
November 17, 2019, Fellow Camry teammate and Championship 4 competitor, Martin Truex Jr., finished second in the race and championship standings after battling back from a pit road mishap that took him out of the lead in Stage 2.

“At the end, we were way faster (than Kyle Busch) but it was just too much ground to make up,” said Truex. “Unfortunate, but that’s the way it goes. We tried hard, we had a hell of a season and congrats to the 18 bunch.”

Martin Truex
In 2019, Camry drivers set a single-season wins record, visiting Victory Lane 19 times to help Toyota to its third manufacturer’s title in four years. In total, Toyota has earned 143 victories since joining the Cup Series in 2007.