NCWTS: Kyle Busch Scores Win in Nextra Energy Resources 250

Kyle Busch captured the win this evening in the 15th annual Nextra Energy Resources 250 at the Daytona International Speedway for his 36th win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Busch's impressive NASCAR win total now sits at 126 and will probably only get bigger as the races continue during Speedweeks. Busch also claimed a big defeat by becoming the first driver to score a win at Daytona in the ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck, Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series. Since 2007, Toyota has scored their eighth consecutive victory in the series at the Daytona International Speedway.

Coming home in the second spot was Timothy Peters after driving a hard fought race in the No. 17 for Red Horse Racing. He led the third most laps of any driver this evening of 20. He finished second by just 0.017 seconds and nearly held off Busch just enough to win the race. Peters will take this momentum into Martinsville next month where he has had numerous success in the past.

The 2013 winner of the Nextra Energy Resources 250, Johnny Sauter, drove his No. 98 Toyota to a third place finish. Sauter was up-front nearly the whole race but could never get out front to lead a lap. In six total starts at the 2.5-mile oval, Sauter scored his second top-10 finish this evening.

The next race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be at the Martinsville Speedway on March 29th. You can catch the race live on FOX Sports 1 at 2:30 p.m. Et. The Motor Racing Network will carry the live radio broadcast of the event.

See below for the full-race results:

POS DRIVER CAR MANUFACTURER LAPS MONEY START LED PTS BONUS PENALTY
1 Kyle Busch 51 Toyota 100   7 25 0 0 0
2 Timothy Peters 17 Toyota 100   18 20 43 1 0
3 Johnny Sauter 98 Toyota 100   9 0 41 0 0
4 Ryan Truex 32 Chevrolet 100   14 0 0 0 0
5 Ron Hornaday Jr. 30 Chevrolet 100   2 0 39 0 0
6 Ryan Blaney 29 Ford 100   3 0 38 0 0
7 Jeb Burton 13 Toyota 100   11 0 37 0 0
8 Joe Nemechek 8 Toyota 100   13 0 0 0 0
9 Jimmy Weller III 08 Chevrolet 100   30 0 35 0 0
10 German Quiroga Jr. 77 Toyota 100   23 0 34 0 0
11 Ryan Sieg 39 Chevrolet 100   12 0 33 0 0
12 Tyler Reddick 19 Ford 100   10 0 32 0 0
13 Matt Crafton 88 Toyota 100   4 0 31 0 0
14 John Wes Townley 5 Toyota 100   6 0 30 0 0
15 Ben Kennedy 31 Chevrolet 100   1 52 31 2 0
16 Justin Jennings 63 Chevrolet 100   32 0 28 0 0
17 Bryan Silas 99 Chevrolet 100   25 0 27 0 0
18 Ryan Ellis 28 Chevrolet 100   34 0 0 0 0
19 Chris Fontaine 84 Toyota 100   27 0 25 0 0
20 Norm Benning 57 Chevrolet 100   36 0 24 0 0
21 Jennifer Cobb 10 Chevrolet 98   35 0 23 0 0
22 Travis Kvapil 50 Chevrolet 95   28 3 23 1 0
23 John King 20 Chevrolet 87   19 0 21 0 0
24 Michel Disdier 07 Chevrolet 83   33 0 20 0 0
25 Brennan Newberry 24 Chevrolet 81   26 0 19 0 0
26 Darrell Wallace Jr. 54 Toyota 76   16 0 18 0 0
27 Caleb Holman 75 Chevrolet 74   29 0 17 0 0
28 Mason Mingus 35 Toyota 73   22 0 16 0 0
29 Parker Kligerman 58 Toyota 73   15 0 0 0 0
30 Ross Chastain 92 Ford 73   8 0 14 0 0
31 Sean Corr 82 Ford 73   20 0 13 0 0
32 Joey Coulter 21 Chevrolet 73   5 0 12 0 0
33 Brian Ickler 7 Toyota 73   21 0 11 0 0
34 Tyler Young 02 Chevrolet 73   17 0 10 0 0
35 Chris Cockrum 74 Chevrolet 73   24 0 9 0 0
36 Jason White 93 Chevrolet 45   31 0 0 0 0

 Via: ESPN

 

 

 

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