ANIMATED: Kyle Busch With A Ridiculous Save

There's absolutely no way Kyle Busch should've been able to avoid a crash after he was spun in the middle of a turn during the Bud Shootout. Jimmie Johnson was just below Busch as they entered a turn, and as Busch got low, his car was turned around. Sparks flew, Busch cranked the wheel and, somehow, he saved it.

Keep in mind, this all happened at just about 200 miles per hour. It also happened in the middle of a pack, with plenty of cars around to collide with. Busch saved it once, almost overcompensated, then saved it again. It was an impressive feat of driving.

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Still have no idea how he didn't hit something. When the smoke cleared and the sparks subsided, Busch's car was fine. He didn't appear to have any damage on the car and continued racing without having to come into the pits.

For more on the race, visit our Bud Shootout StoryStream.

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