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Kyle Busch’s Brilliance on Display in Win Under New Rules Package at Kentucky

Kyle Busch’s great strength has always been his ability to gather up a skidding race car. Astute observers have marveled at his ability to “save a car.” Those same observers have also marveled at Jimmie Johnson’s ability to seldom have to save a car. Johnson has won six championships. Busch hasn’t won any. His older brother, Kurt, did so in 2004. NASCAR changed the rules governing aerodynamics for the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night. One goal was to make the cars harder to drive. It played right into the winner’s hands. Kyle Busch victories are often exciting. When rules change, it’s common for them to benefit a driver who is adaptable. “It was fun, certainly when you hav...

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