Kyle Busch claims yet another Nationwide win at Bristol

Kyle Busch celebrates in Victory Lane after taking Saturday's Nationwide race at Bristol. He now has 65 career wins in the series.



BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch got his 16th career win at Bristol Motor Speedway – more than any other NASCAR driver at any other track – by holding off Kyle Larson after a late restart in Saturday’s Nationwide Series race.

Busch has now won three consecutive Nationwide races at Bristol since last March, when he and Larson also went 1-2 to the finish.

Of his 16 national wins at Bristol, five are in the Sprint Cup Series, seven are Nationwide and four are in the Truck Series.

“I definitely like coming to Bristol, I always have,” said Busch.

Busch now has 65 career Nationwide Series wins.


FORMULA ONE: In Melbourne, Australia, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in a rainy qualifying session Saturday, while Sebastian Vettel will start the race from 12th after being caught out by the wet conditions.

Vettel was joined by fellow big-name drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Jenson Button in dropping out of qualifying in the second session as they struggled on the wet surface at the Albert Park street circuit.