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Kyle Busch continued his amazing comeback on Sunday at the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard winning his first Sprint Cup Series race at the track after also winning the NASCAR XFINITY race on Saturday and sweeping the weekend.
Kyle Busch, in the No.54 Monster Energy Toyota, made a last lap pass on Ryan Blaney, driver of the No.22 Discount Tire Ford, to score his 72nd career victory in the NASCAR XFINITY Series and his second win in four starts at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Jeff Gordon, driver of the No.24 Axalta Chevrolet owned by Rick Hendrick, made history at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by becoming the first 5-time winner on the oval and ties Michael Schumacher for most wins overall. It was Gordon’s first win at the track since since 2004. His other wins include the inaugural race in 1994, as well as wins in 1998 and 2001.
In only his second start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Ty Dillon took the famed black No.3 car of his grandfather, Richard Childress, to victory lane in Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) Lilly Diabetes 250.
Brad Keseloswki would not be denied tonight in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. Keselowski muscled his way past Kyle Busch with just 19 laps to go to score his 12th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory; his second victory at Kentucky Speedway and his second victory of the 2014 season.
Kevin Harvick, driving for JR Motorsports, passed Kyle Busch for the lead on the final restart with only five laps remaining, to earn his 42nd career win in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
For the fourth time in his career, Tom Hessert was able to get to ARCA victory lane after making a pass late in the race for the win.
Ryan Newman, from South Bend, Indiana won the 20th annual Crown Royal Presents The Samuel Deeds 400 at The Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday after starting from the pole and breaking the nine year old track record.
Ryan Newman became the 9th driver in the history of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to win 50 poles in his 424th attempt. He won the pole at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a lap of 187.531 mph with a new track record for the NASCAR series at a time of 47.992 seconds
Austin Dillon, driver of the No.3 Advocare Chevrolet, started from the pole for the second time this year at Kentucky Speedway in the Kentucky 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race, with a speed of 177.264 mph and scored his second career win at Kentucky. "We have a hot rod. This car runs good here. I've figured something out with the line. I'm just very confident at this track", said Dillon after his pole winning run.
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