Kyle Busch came back from a pit road speeding penalty to win Wednesday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Busch swept all three stages Wednesday night to score his 49th career series win and third in seven starts this season. Busch was forced to the rear of the field after stage two when he was penalized for speeding on pit road. But he worked his way through the pack in short order and had the lead in just 47 laps. He had to endure an overtime finish when Austin Wayne Self crashed to bring out caution late. But at the drop of the green flag Busch got the jump on Matt Crafton and cruised to Victory Lane. “In your face,” Busch shouted on his in-car radio after he took the checkered flag. Busch led a race-high 109 laps and now has five career Truck Series wins at Bristol “I knew once we got that penalty I had to go somewhere other than where everyone else was,” Busch said. “I just started grooming the top and it took about 15 laps for it to come in. Then it started going and it was pretty fast. “It was a lot of fun to come through the field like that. It kind of gave me some ideas about the rest of the week. Probably showed a lot too.” Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, Grant Enfinger and Ben Rhodes rounded out the top five. “We had to work on it from the time we got here and the work paid off...we keep preparing really fast race trucks," Hunter-Nemechek said. Johnny Sauter, Christopher Bell, Parker Kligerman, Austin Cindric and Brandon Jones completed the first ten finishers. The start of the race was delayed by rain for over two hours. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action on Sunday, September 3rd for the Chevy Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park.
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