Kyle Busch wins Trucks race at Dover Print
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Friday, 13 May 2011 13:24
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 DOVER, Del. (AP) - Kyle Busch has won the Trucks Series race at Dover International Speedway.
Busch took the checkered flag Friday for the third time this season in the Trucks series. Busch won under caution and raced all 200 miles without incident against rival Kevin Harvick. The Sprint Cup regulars sparked a pit road dustup last week at Darlington Raceway and both were placed on probation.
Cole Whitt had strong runs against the veteran drivers and finished second. Matt Crafton was third, Austin Dillon fourth and Harvick fifth.
Whitt went on a late charge and made Busch work hard for the victory. But Busch bested Whitt on a pair of late restarts and that was enough to win on the concrete.
Busch is trying to sweep the weekend. He'll compete in Saturday's Nationwide Series race and Sunday's Cup race.
 

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