Toyota Wins NCWTS Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Kyle Busch's Toyota Tundra 1 photo
Toyota Tundra driver Kyle Busch passed the checkered flag in first place on Friday 17th at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race held at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Kyle showed Friday night that he can still dominate in NCWTS. After leading 84 laps out of 134, he took a penalty for leaving the pit stall with gas can in his truck, which cost him the first position and falling down on 19th. Driving his trusty No.51 Toyota Tundra, Kyle regained top position on the 123rd lap, after a four-car wreck, wining his 113th NASCAR race.

Second and third places were occupied by Brendan Gaughan and Max Greshman, while series points leader Matt Crafton came in fourth place. The race was pretty spectacular, totaling five cautions in the first 100 laps, including a two-car wreck on lap 94, when Ron Hornaday Jr. blew up a tire and started sliding on the track, making it hard for Jake Crum to avoid him.
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