"I Paid NASCAR Back By Winning" - Kyle Busch

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2010 Phoenix Apr NNS Kyle Busch burnout in front of crew (4/9/2010) by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR via nascarmedia.com


Kyle Busch won a wild one in Phoenix Saturday night.  Kyle overcame a black flag penalty, a late pit road incident with teammate Joey Logano, and stormed from the 10th spot on the last re-start of the race with 10 laps to go all the way to front.  Kyle took the lead with 5 laps left and never looked back.

Kyle then proceeded to literally shred the back wheels off of the car doing one of his patent winning burnouts.

In his Victory Lane interview Kyle was heard saying that he had "paid NASCAR back by winning".  By his statement I'm assuimg that Kyle is aluding to the black flag penalty issued by NASCAR on Busch because he passed Keselowski before they reached the start-finish line during a re-start on lap 145.

Sorry I didn't get an open-race thread up for the race tonight but I'm sick as a dog.  I went and laid down on the couch to watch the race with my laptop nearby to get the thread posted and promptly fell asleep only to wake up just as Busch is passing Keslowski for the win.  I saw 5 laps of the whole entire race.

Look for the Sprint Cup Open Race Thread tomorrow folks - I've time delayed it.

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