When was the last time Kyle Busch won a Nascar race?

When was the last time Kyle Busch won NASCAR?

Kyle Busch drives in all three NASCAR national series and races full time in the NASCAR Cup Series. Busch is the 2015 and 2019 Cup champion and has made the Championship 4 from 2015-19. Busch’s 59 Cup wins are most active drivers.

Has Kyle Busch won the Daytona 500?

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) – Kyle Busch makes no excuses for his Daytona 500 failures. His fortunes at NASCAR’s most famous track are filled with bad luck, bad timing and maybe even a few bad decisions. … He won the July race at Daytona in 2008.

Has Kyle Busch won a race every year?

In the NASCAR Cup Series, Busch earned 2005 Rookie of the Year honors and won the 2015 and 2019 series championships. In 2018, Busch won the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, making him the first driver in the modern era to win at all active tracks in which the series competed (23 at the time).

Has Kyle Busch won on every NASCAR track?

Kyle makes NASCAR history becoming the first driver in NASCAR history to win at all tracks at which he made at least one start. Busch has now won at all 23 current tracks on the Cup Series schedule.

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What race did Kyle Busch win this year?

Kyle Busch wins Heat No. 1 as Blaney and Stenhouse Jr. beat and bang at the finish. Kyle Busch wins his way into the Busch Light Clash as Ryan Blaney and Ricky Stenhouse fight for third place.

Why did Kyle Busch leave Hendrick?

Hendrick decided to let Busch go to the highest bidder which happened to be Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota Motorsports. … Busch, 23, went to victory lane a record-tying 10 times in the Nationwide Series, winning five times after a NASCAR rule change reduced the horsepower of Toyota engines.

Who won most NASCAR races?

All-time NASCAR Cup Series winners

Driver Wins
Richard Petty 200
David Pearson 105
Jeff Gordon 93
Bobby Allison 84

Is Kyle Busch still racing?

After several years of competing in the maximum allowable number of NASCAR Xfinity Series races, Kyle Busch announced that he will indeed be stepping away from the sport’s second highest level of competition after hitting the 100-win mark during the 2021 season.