AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Kyle Busch was fastest out of the pits on the opening stop and on the track the rest of the night, leading the final 107 laps to win a wreck-filled NASCAR trucks race at Phoenix International Raceway on Friday.
NASCAR voted in the offseason that drivers must declare which series they're racing for a championship to prevent Sprint Cup drivers from driving for titles in the Nationwide and trucks series.
Michael Waltrip won the opener at Daytona and Busch made it two straight Sprint Cup drivers to win trucks races, rarely challenged after taking the lead in the 150-lap race around Phoenix's mile-long oval.
Pole sitter Clint Bowyer finished second and Ron Hornaday was third in the first winter trucks race at Phoenix in 11 years.

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Kyle Busch +200
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