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Sport Kyle Busch outduels Larson at Chicagoland Speedway, earns 5th win of 2018

01:15  02 july  2018
01:15  02 july  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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WINNER: Kyle Busch won a frantic battle with Kyle Larson over the closing two laps to finish first Sunday at the 1.5-mile track in the southwest suburbs Larson recorded his fourth runner-up finish of the season as he inches closer and closer to scoring his first victory of 2018 . Busch earned his 48th

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WINNER: Kyle Busch won a frantic battle with Kyle Larson over the closing two laps to finish first in Sunday’s Overton’s 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.

The two cars made contact twice over the final three miles. Larson had the lead briefly after clipping Busch, but Busch retaliated by bumping Larson onto the track apron.

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Despite damage to both cars, Busch was able to cross the line first, and Larson was able to hold off a hard-charging Kevin Harvick.

"If you don't like that kind of racing, don't even watch," Busch said after climbing out of his mangled No. 18 Toyota. "When you start banging doors into one another, it's fair game after that. Proud to get ourselves another win at Chicagoland. It's pretty cool to go back to victory lane."

LAJOIE INTO WALL: Corey LaJoie hit the wall on lap 207, bringing out the caution. Kevin Harvick held a three-second lead over Kyle Busch.

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HAMLIN SLIDES: Denny Hamlin lost control of his car on lap 177 and slid onto the apron in the second turn. Kevin Harvick held the lead.

STAGE TWO: Kevin Harvick won the second stage after a side-by-side battle with teammate Kurt Busch. The two made contact approaching the finish line on the last lap. Harvick won the stage by .16 of a second. Following Busch were Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney, Brad Keselowski, Chase Elliott, Clint Bowyer, Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano.

LAP WORTH A THOUSAND: Kevin Harvick, one of the season’s top drivers, led his 1,000th seasonal lap late in the second stage.

ALMIROLA LOSES LEAD: Aric Almirola had a strong car in the race’s first two stages. He was leading on lap 141 when he pitted with a loose wheel. Kurt Busch took over first place, and Almirola fell to 26th, a lap down.

DEBRIS CAUTION: A caution for debris interrupted competition near the halfway point of the second stage. After a round of pit stops, Ryan Blaney, whose team decided on a two-tire change, held the lead.

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STAGE ONE: Aric Almirola outran Kyle Larson by 3.1 seconds to win the first stage – his first career stage victory. Following in the top 10 were Martin Truex Jr., Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski, Ryan Blaney, Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and Erik Jones. Also leading during the stage were Clint Bowyer, Blaney, Austin Dillon and Keselowski.

JUNIOR’S ON LINE: Dale Earnhardt Jr. made his debut as a Cup series analyst on NBC Sports’ broadcast of the race. He shared commentary with Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte. During the broadcast, Junior tweeted to a friend: “Fun fun fun.”

BOWYER BOBBLES: The first stage of the race was tough for Clint Bowyer. After his first pit stop, he was nabbed for speeding on pit road. He also was speeding on his drive-through penalty lap and had to pit again. That penalty was a stop-and-go, but Bowyer failed to stop, causing him to have to take a third trip down pit road. By the end of the first stage, Bowyer, who was leading when the pit drama began, was in 30th place, two laps down.

HOT, VERY HOT: The race started with temperatures rising into the low 90s, with higher temps and smothering humidity ahead for later in the afternoon. Drivers were focusing on hydration in the hours before the green flag.

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Kyle Larson waited until the end to go right to the top in Friday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session. With just over a minute remaining in the 50-minute session, Larson posted an average lap speed of 185.867 mph, easily topping second-place Ryan Blaney (184.508 mph). Joey Logano ended up third (184.300 mph).In four career starts at Kentucky Speedway, Larson has never led a lap and has one top-10 finish (second last season). In Larson’s first three starts at the track, he never finished better than 19th.Kyle Busch ended up fourth and last year’s race winner, Martin Truex Jr.

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