Kyle Busch wins fourth straight Truck Series race
By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Kyle Busch has won his fourth straight NASCAR Grander Outdoors Truck Series race on Friday night. He won the Vankor 350 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.
Busch drove the Cessna truck to victory as he led 97 laps of the race. The event was 147 laps around the 1.5 mile track for 220.5 miles overall.
Cessna was on his Truck for all four wins.
The lone Canadian in the race finished second. Stewart Friesen, driving the Halmar International/We Build America Truck for Chris Larsen, finished second in his Chevrolet.
Friesen also led one lap and received 49 points.
Johnny Sauter, driving the Tenda Heal entry for Duke Thorson, was the third-place finisher. He was the lone Ford in the Top 3.
Sauter also led seven laps and received 36 points.
Grant Enfinger, driving the Champion Power Equipment/Curb Records for Mike Curb, also led eight laps. Brett Moffitt, driving the Allegiant entry for Maury Gallagher, led 33 laps. Joe Nemechek, driving the Ramco Equipment Co. entry for Joe Nemechek, also led one lap.
Ten cars did not finish the race. Six of the cars were involved in crashes.
Codie Rohrbaugh crashed his Chevrolet on Lap 116. Korbin Forrister also crashed his Toyota on Lap 101. Anthony Alfredo also crashed his Toyota on Lap 48.
Gus Dean also crashed his Chevrolet on Lap 28. Angela Ruch crashed her Chevrolet on Lap 18. Harrison Burton crashed his Toyota on Lap 12.
Nemechek left the race on Lap 89 with a vibration problem. Timmy Hill had a transmission problem before leaving on Lap 75. Austin Hill also left on Lap 75 with an overheating problem.
Josh Reaume did not complete a single lap. He had engine problems.