Kyle Busch won a Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway for a record-extending fifth time.
Concord, NC (Sports Network) -
Kyle Busch won a Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway for a record-extending fifth time after he bounced back from a pit road mistake in Friday night's North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
During a round of pit stops under caution on lap 84, Busch had the gas can still attached to his No. 51 Toyota when he was leaving his stall. NASCAR officials handed him a stop-and-go penalty for removing equipment from the stall. Busch fell back to 19th in the field for the restart on lap 88. He had led 66 laps before the infraction.
Busch passed Miguel Paludo and reassumed the lead just before the eighth and last caution came for a hard wreck involving Darrell Wallace Jr. Justin Lofton, who won his first career truck race at Charlotte one year ago, and Brad Keselowski were also involved in the wreck but continued on.