Kyle Busch likes what he sees in Chevrolet driver Kyle Larson: Larson outruns Kevin Harvick and Busch for NASCAR Nationwide Series win

Larson outruns Kevin Harvick and Busch for NASCAR Nationwide Series win

By: Autoweek Workers on March 22, 2014

Kyle Busch, right, battles Joey Logano during the NASCAR Nationwide Series race in California on Saturday.

LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Kyle Larson celebrates in victory lane soon after his NASCAR Nationwide Series win on Saturday.

Kyle Busch has 65 occupation victories in a NASCAR Nationwide Series job that goes back to 2004. That 12 months, Busch was a brash 19-12 months-old up-and-coming star.

On Saturday, Busch had a opportunity to consider a peek at NASCAR’;s long term as 21-12 months-old Kyle Larson recorded his 1st win in the series in the TreatMyClot.com 300 at Automobile Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

So, how was the battle with Larson at the end of the race?

“He’;s wonderful,” Busch stated. “He’;s certainly a fantastic talent. That’;s why he’;s right here. That is why he is produced it this far. That’;s why he’;s in Cup. He does a excellent job. It was exciting racing there at the finish. I had a track on him and cleared him I would have been completed with him, but I couldn’;t get the slide work carried out fast sufficient without just knocking the wall down. And so he received back to my outdoors and that was it for us. A great race. We’;ll see what takes place up coming week.”

Larson’;s victory was element of a 1-2-3-4 sweep at the prime of the leader board for Cup regulars in the Nationwide race. Kevin Harvick completed second, Joey Logano third and Nationwide Series standard Elliott Sadler was fifth.

“You want to come out here and win,” Busch explained. “That is what we’;re here to do. When it all comes down to the finish like that and a excellent finish happens, there should not be any person any happier than the fans in the stands. I imagined that was a really good day. Perhaps we put on the best present due to the fact I had to begin last and drove all the way to the front. There at the end we were just a small shy and [Kyle] Larson won. All in all, the fans won right now.”

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