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NASCAR at New Hampshire 2016: Preview, Prediction for the New Hampshire 301

Kyle Busch held up the King of All Lobsters, the only living trophy (that we know of) in the Sprint Cup Series, in the New Hampshire 301 in 2015. Busch gunned his car to get on the lead lap late in the race and hauled his car through traffic in the final 50 to earn the top spot. He said in Reid Spencer’s story: We shot to pit road and got it changed there, and evidently it was oil on the race track that just made the car slip so bad from out from under me. We got a lucky break and I hauled butt, man, those five laps I ran were five qualifying laps through traffic trying to get back up to the front and pass [Kevin] Harvick to stay on the lead lap. That was our saving bucket right there. That was what we needed to do. And y...

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