Kyle Busch wins Brickyard 400 for second year in a row

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USA TODAY Sports’ Jeff Gluck breaks down a Brickyard 400, where Kyle Busch won for a second true year and Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon common an romantic final lap.

INDIANAPOLIS — A demeanour during all a formula and movement from a Brickyard 400 during Indianapolis Motor Speedway:

WINNER: Kyle Busch is a Brickyard 400 champion for a second true year. Busch picked adult his second career Indy win Sunday in a winning performance, streamer a many laps, winning in overtime and unconditional a weekend for a second uninterrupted season. He has now won 4 true NASCAR inhabitant array races during Indianapolis and won from a stick in both a Xfinity Series and Sprint Cup Series this weekend. The feat also was his fourth of a year, that ties Brad Keselowski for a array lead by a initial 20 races. “I positively had hoped it would be like that and be that good,” Busch said. “This Toyota was overwhelming today. Man, it was usually so fast, not even some of my teammates could plea me. We usually had it bending up. Man, it was like it was on rails. It’s fun to be out here with such a widespread square during Indy.”

OVERTIME, PART 1: Busch and Joey Logano lined adult on a front row for a initial overtime attempt. Jamie McMurray, who started on a high line behind in a pack, took a tough left opposite Tony Stewart’s front, and McMurray spun down onto a entrance highway and behind adult opposite a lane into Ryan Newman, who already was pushing with a shop-worn automobile from an progressing crash. This forced a second overtime attempt, given a margin did not make it back to a overtime line before a caution.

OVERTIME, PART 2: Busch pulled divided from Logano on a restart and built a lead on a pack, notwithstanding late concerns on fuel after so many late-race delays.

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