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For Kyle Busch and Dave Rogers, the Time To Start Winning is Now

With three laps to go, Kyle Busch had opened up a two second lead over Jimmie Johnson in Saturday’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix International Raceway. The first win of the year for the No. 18 M&Ms Camry, and first ever with Dave Rogers on the pit box, seemed inevitable. No one was going to catch him that night. At least until Scott Riggs cut a tire down in front him, that is. While Busch avoided Riggs and any damage, the ensuing caution flag would bunch the field up and leave the results of the race up to one thing: pit strategy. “I love these (expletive) races,” Busch said sarcastically over his radio. “You can never win one of them, ever. I was hoping that wasn’t gonna happen to us, I can’t beli...

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