LOUDON, N.H. (AP) - Kyle Busch raced to his fifth victory in 11 NASCAR Trucks starts this season, passing James Buescher on the final restart Saturday at New Hampshire Motorspeedway.
Busch and Kevin Harvick battled for the lead most of the day and it appeared one of them would drive away with the victory. Buescher, though, dipped below both of them with 10 laps left to take the lead. He held it until Ron Hornaday spun into the wall late, bringing out a caution.
That set up Buescher vs. Busch on the restart with two laps left. Busch nudged Buescher into the wall and took his 80th career NASCAR win.
Busch said this week he was would have to fold his team next season if he can't find sponsorship.

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