13 Facts About Busch Series

1. On July 10, 2011, Busch Series won the 32nd annual Slinger Nationals at Slinger Speedway in Wisconsin.

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2. The next day, Busch Series led the most laps, but faltered on late restarts and finished 8th behind race winner and teammate Matt Kenseth.

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3. The next week, Busch Series led all but one lap at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to win the Boyd Gaming 300.

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4. On November 22, 2015, Busch Series won the Ford EcoBoost 400 to win his first ever Cup Series championship.

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5. On November 15, 2015, Busch Series clinched a spot to stay in contention as the Championship 4 for the final Chase at Homestead.

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6. On February 10, 2015, Busch Series announced that he would skip the truck series race at Daytona to focus on racing in the Daytona 500.

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7. At the Brickyard 400 Busch Series finished second for a second consecutive time while Jeff Gordon pulled away to win.

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8. On March 23, 2014 at Auto Club Speedway, Busch Series started 14th and was running fifth on the final restart.

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9. In 2002, Busch Series graduated a year early with honors from Durango High School in Las Vegas, Nevada to focus on his driving career.

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10. At the age of 16, Busch Series began competing in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, driving the No 99 Ford for Roush Racing as a replacement for Nathan Haseleu, who was released midway in the 2001 season.

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11. At age 19 years and 317 days, Busch Series became NASCAR's youngest ever pole winner in a Cup Series race at California Speedway in 2005.

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12. In 2007, the Sprint Cup Busch Series began racing with the Car of Tomorrow, a radically new specification different from the Nationwide Series.

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13. On March 6, 2005, the Busch Series held its first race outside the United States, the Telcel-Motorola 200.

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