Kyle Busch Dominates, Wins Heluva Good 200 from Dover

Dustin H.Correspondent IMay 15, 2010

DOVER, DE - MAY 15:  Kyle Busch races the #18 Combos Toyota during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Heluva Good! 200 at Dover International Speedway on May 15, 2010 in Dover, Delaware.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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Kyle Busch continued his Dover dominance Saturday winning the Heluva Good 200 from the Monster Mile in Dover.

Kyle Busch lead all but 14 laps in taking the victory after a few late race crashes setup a green white checker finish. Busch held off Ryan Newman for the victory with Jamie McMurray in third. Michael Annett and Brad Keselowski both spun but did'nt hit anything and that's a surprise at Dover.

The late race caution had Clint Bowyer beside Kyle Busch for the restart and Denny Hamlin made contact with Bowyer causing a crash on the front straight that collected Paul Menard, Trevor Bayne, Kasey Kahne and Chad McCumbee. Bowyer would go back out and hit Denny Hamlin in the #20 Food Lion Toyota thus causing damage to his car and he would restart at the back and Bowyer would be parked and have to vist the Nascar hauler.Kyle Busch then went on to the victory and is now only eleven points out of the lead heading to Charlotte in two weeks.

Heluva Good 200 Results From Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE.

1.Kyle Busch

2.Ryan Newman

3.Jamie McMurray

4.Reed Sorenson

5.Jason Leffler

6.Kevin Harvick

7.Brad Keselowski

8.Greg Biffle

9.Brian Scott

10.Colin Braun

11.Carl Edwards

12.Denny Hamlin

Jason Keller who made his 500th career start finished 33rd at Dover.