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Kyle Busch Describes Daring Pass at Las Vegas, Learning NASCAR’s New Gen-6 Car

"It was just kind of spur of the moment," Kyle Busch said. "I really wasn't planning to make that move or go down there, it just sort of happened." Busch, of course, is talking about his move on the Lap 166 restart of Sunday's Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, a daring three-wide pass on the apron that allowed him to seize the lead for 15 laps. It was a strong piece of counter-evidence to the notion that the new Gen-6 cars struggle to pass, as was insinuated after the races at Daytona and Phoenix. It will also probably go down as one of the top passes of the season. But Busch admits that the move wasn't premeditated. "We got a good start, and I was making ground on Kasey Kahne in front of me," Busch explained. "I felt...

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