Kyle Busch took over the lead early and never gave it up to win the Buckle Up 200 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
The driver is really enjoying his trip to Delaware, as he has now won on back-to-back days:
He also came in first place in Friday's Truck Series event.
Trevor Bayne had a strong finish to end up in second place, which will help him in the series standings. Joseph Wolkin of Speedway Digest was impressed by the performance:
This is probably the best race Bayne has driven this season. Been running 7th-11th weekly #NASCAR— Joseph Wolkin (@JosephNASCAR) May 31, 2014
Some familiar names finished right behind Bayne, with Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth taking third and fourth, respectively. Here is a complete look at the top 10, courtesy of NASCAR.com:
Bayne was the big winner in the standings, but Regan Smith remains in first after his 10th-place finish at Dover. Here is a look at the updated standings, courtesy of NASCAR.com:
Logano earned the pole for this race but lost the lead before the first lap, as Chase Elliott came on strong early, as noted by NASCAR Nationwide on Twitter:
After Elliott pitted on Lap 19, Logano stayed out and took over the lead, which he was able to build up to almost two full seconds. The lead stuck until a pit stop on Lap 77, one that saw Busch move into the lead for the first time all day.
Busch had a 13.3-second stop to race out into first place. Rowdy was then able to keep his lead and build on it while his competitors struggled to just keep up. Elliott had a hard time gaining track position following the stop, via JR Motorsports:
Chase says "car is good, just have to get track position back" P5 lap 86— JR Motorsports (@JRMotorsports) May 31, 2014
After keeping the lead through the halfway point, Busch was then able to build on it until a caution seemed to be the only thing capable of slowing him down:
Caution for debris at lap 139/200.— Boris for JGR (@JoeGibbsRacing) May 31, 2014
Kyle Busch had a 4.7 sec lead at the time of caution.— Boris for JGR (@JoeGibbsRacing) May 31, 2014
Meanwhile, Kenseth held onto second place, with Logano, Bayne and Elliot slightly behind him. This battle actually seemed to be the most interesting part of the day given the way Busch was dominating the field.
Bayne and then Elliott eventually passed Kenseth to move into second and third, respectively.
However, it was Busch who remained ahead of the pack and came away with the impressive victory, putting him in a class by himself at Dover:
He now has one more competition to go this weekend, but it will be the toughest. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will feature the best drivers in the world competing in the FedEx 400. Still, Busch clearly has the talent to win at the Monster Mile after winning this event nine times total (across all three series).
He said after the second win:
"I think we'll be all right tomorrow," @KyleBusch says of his chances for a weekend sweep.— NASCAR on ESPN (@ESPNNASCAR) May 31, 2014
If he can have a similar showing to what he did in the first two races, Busch can certainly come through with the clean sweep.
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