Kyle Busch scores 95th Xfinity Series win at Texas

Kyle Busch continues to stretch his record with the most Xfinity Series wins as he raced to victory in the My Bariatrics Solutions 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. The win was his 95th in the series and 203rd national event win overall. Busch also won the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Vankor 350 the night before.

“Not taking any tires certainly [helped us],” said Busch, from Victory Lane. “We jumped the field there and I was worried about the restart because I didn’t think there was gonna be enough room.

“This car certainly had the grip…it was really fast in the long run, just couldn’t get people away from me on the front side of the run to settle into my rhythm and go, and every time I got up to the outside people would drive by me on the bottom.”
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Tyler Reddick took second-place ahead of Busch’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Christopher Bell, who dominated the event, winning the pole and leading 128 laps.

“He (Busch) wasn’t better than us anywhere,” said Bell. “He just had track position there. We were starting to struggle and when they said we were going to put two tires on I was all for it, but I didn’t get any better and those guys didn’t slow down.

“We’re in the Dash 4 Cash and that’s pretty cool, our goal was to make sure we were in the top four Xfinity guys. It’s extremely frustrating to lose one like that, but I’m proud of this team and this Supra was pretty fast and the class of the field.”

Chase Briscoe was the highest finishing Ford in fourth, while Jeb Burton finished fifth in his first XFINITY start of the season. Michael Annett finished sixth, and Justin Haley, Jeffrey Earnhardt, John Hunter Nemechek, and Stage 2 winner Ryan Sieg rounded out the top-10.

The next race will be April 6, 2019 at Bristol Motor Speedway as the Alsco 300 will be the first Dash 4 Cash event of 2019.

Xfinity Series Race Number 6
Race Results for the 23rd Annual My Bariatric Solutions 300 – Saturday, March 30, 2019
Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – 1.5 – Mile Paved
Total Race Length – 200 Laps – 300. Miles

1518Kyle Busch(i)iK9 Toyota200240Running
232Tyler ReddickNationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet2006348Running
3120Christopher BellRuud Toyota2001550Running
41598Chase Briscoe #Nutri Chomps Ford2000033Running
568Jeb BurtonState Water Heaters Chevrolet2000736Running
6131Michael AnnettPilot Flying J Chevrolet2000031Running
71111Justin Haley #LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevrolet2000932Running
81481Jeffrey EarnhardtXtreme Racing Toyota2000029Running
9823John Hunter Nemechek #Romco Equipment Co. Chevrolet2009030Running
101939Ryan SiegCMR Construction & Roofing Chevrolet2000137Running
11922Austin Cindric #MoneyLion Ford2007030Running
1247Justin AllgaierCessna Chevrolet2003033Running
13169Noah Gragson #Switch Chevrolet20010630Running
142236Josh WilliamsSimcraft Chevrolet2000023Running
152390Ronnie Bassett JrBassett Gutters and More Chevrolet1990022Running
16184Ross ChastainSwan/Perpetua Advisors Chevrolet1990230Running
172186Brandon Brown #Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet1990020Running
181221Kaz GralaHotScream Chevrolet1980019Running
192499Tommy Joe MartinsDiamond Gusset Jeans Toyota1980018Running
203152David StarrWhataburger Chevrolet1980017Running
21208Gray Gaulding(i) Chevrolet1980016Running
22301Stephen Chevrolet1980015Running
233542Chad FinchumAmana Toyota1970014Running
243735Joey GaseDonate Life Louisiana Toyota1960013Running
253478Vinnie MillerKoolbox Chevrolet1960012Running
261751Jeremy Chevrolet1960011Running
27295Matt MillsJ.F. Electric Chevrolet1940010Running
283366Tyler Hill(i)Chris Kyle Memorial Benefit Toyota191000Running
293674Mike HarmonWoobies Shoes Chevrolet189008Running
302693Josh BilickiThe BOSS/Woodshed Chevrolet184007Running
31380Garrett SmithleyTrophy Tractor Chevrolet160006Engine
322815BJ Chevrolet138005Running
33219Brandon Toyota13351011Accident
3470Cole CusterJacob Companies Ford1324813Accident
35257Ray Black IIISOKERN Scuba Life Chevrolet79002Accident
361012Brad Keselowski(i)Pirtek Ford68800Accident
373213Timmy HillChris Kyle Memorial Benefit Toyota20001Brakes
382738Jeff GreenRSS Racing Chevrolet16001Brakes

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  1. I think Xfinity should only allow the drivers in that category to drive. You are going to lose this series because the ‘big’ drivers win all the money. Those car owners can’t keep going without winning top monies…… Kyle Busch should put a Xfinity driver in car 51.


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