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Flag-to-Flag for Busch...Again

3_1_2019 Busch celebrate NGOTS win Las Vegas Motor Speedway Flag-to-Flag for Busch...Again
Kyle Busch continued his winning ways at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Friday evening’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) race. The Kyle Busch Motorsports team owner led 110 laps of the 134-lap race and won both stages and the race for the second consecutive race weekend.
 
Kyle will compete in all three of NASCAR’s national series races this weekend in Las Vegas looking to secure the fifth triple sweep of a race weekend of his career and first at his home track.
 
Toyota driver Harrison Burton brought home his first top-five finish (fifth) of 2019 while teammate Todd Gilliland earned his second top-10 (seventh) and DGR Crosley driver Ryan Reed finished ninth. 
 
The Trucks will head to Martinsville Speedway Saturday afternoon March, 7th. 
3_1_2019 Busch Win NGOTS at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
“It’s awesome, it’s what we set out to do every single time we get behind the wheel of something. I think tomorrow is going to be a heck of a lot tougher. The Xfinity race is tough these days because I haven’t been in them as much so I don’t really know what I’m looking for when I’m driving those things. We certainly worked on that car a lot today and made it better, but I don’t think it’s yet where I want it to be so we’ll see what happens. Overall, great night and hopefully the hometown crowd, all the folks from Las Vegas here enjoyed the show and maybe it was a little bit reminiscent of the Legend car days over there at the Bullring, but it’s all good for us here in victory lane.” – Kyle Busch
3-1_2019 Harrison Burton at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
“It was all right. We had a great Tundra. It was a little bit too tight. I was worried about killing our last pit stop so we didn’t make a huge swing on it at the end. I don’t think it would have mattered, it got so stretched out anyway. Really proud of my guys. We fought hard. Had a good Tundra. I am learning, so if I am a little bit more aggressive in the beginning of the race, maybe we come out with a better finish. We also have a truck that’s in one piece and have stage points, which is important. That’s good and we’ll build on that and go to the next one.” – Harrison Burton