Kyle Busch’s pit crew did a good job putting the driver where he needed to be and he then locked up a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship that slipped away in 2012.
Last night the 28 year-old driver held off hard-charging Joey Logano at Atlanta Motor Speedway for his fourth Cup victory of the year.
YouWager experts consider this gives Busch a lot of energy as he heads to the playoffs.
Online sports betting fans learned that Busch stated over his radio that the No. 18 Toyota was not performing like he wanted. The driver’s crew kept making adjustments until he was comfortable with the way it handled.
Then, after a rapid-fire series of caution flags near the end, the Las Vegas native emerged from the pits with the lead. He beat Logano to the line by 0.740 seconds.
Without a doubt Busch is one of the most gifted drivers in NASCAR, earning his 16th victory of the year in the top three series. The 2009 Nationwide Series Champ has also has nine victories in Nationwide and three in trucks.
Overall, this was Busch’s 121st win in those series, 28 of them in Cup.