RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Kyle Busch capped a perfect weekend Saturday night by winning the spring race at Richmond for the fourth consecutive year.
The victory snaps a 22-race winless streak for Busch. It came a day after he went to Victory Lane for the first time as a Nationwide Series team owner, celebrating brother Kurt Busch's Friday night win.
Busch beat Tony Stewart off pit road on the final stop of the race, which came after a caution for debris with 13 laps to go.
He then pulled away from Stewart on the restart with nine laps left and wasn't challenged for the victory.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. passed Stewart on the restart and finished second, Stewart was third.
Carl Edwards was black-flagged with 81 laps to go for jumping the restart.

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