SPARTA, Ky. (AP) - Todd Bodine overcame a midrace spin to win the NASCAR Trucks Series race at Kentucky on Friday night, ending star Kyle Busch's four-race winning streak.
The series points leader nearly wrecked trying to pass Busch just past the race's halfway point. Bodine collected his car, then managed to stretch the fuel in the No. 30 Toyota to pick up his fourth win of the season.
Busch, looking to become the first driver in 37 years to win five consecutive NASCAR national series races, finished seventh after pitting with 23 laps remaining. The move handed the lead to Bodine, who managed to run the final 58 laps on one tank of gas.
Johnny Sauter was second, followed by Aric Almirola, Jason White and Ricky Carmichael.

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