The No. 18 Toyota/Traxxas Toyota driven by Kyle Busch takes the checkered flag to win the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sept. 24 in Loudon, N.H.
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Kyle Busch scored his sixth win of the 2011 season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, spanking the field during Saturday's F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Busch ran away from the field, leading 165 of the 175 laps. Only five other trucks were on the lead lap.
Austin Dillion, Kevin Harvick, Ron Hornaday, and Johnny Sauter rounded out the top five.
This was the 30th career win for the 26 year old driver from Las Vegas, Nevada.
"These guys ... did a great job preparing the truck, getting it ready to come up here," Busch said.
"We unloaded a little bit off, but tweaked it a little, worked on it; didn’t have to make too many changes. [We] just had to get the feel where I liked it.
"Certainly there were some times getting back in lapped traffic, trying to lap them, hurt us a little bit, kind of slowed us down an awful lot. But once we could get clear of them, we could run really fast lap times again."
Busch started from the pole and only found himself behind briefly while green flag pit stops cycled through.
Dillion, in a Richard Childress Racing Truck, is now the leader in the Camping World Truck Series Points standing by two points over James Buescher who finished seventh.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next stop on the circuit is Kentucky Speedway.