Even though Busch isn't eligible to compete for the XFINITY Series championship due to racing full time in the Sprint Cup Series, he still shows that he is the guy to beat on the track as he scored his ninth win of the season.
For Kevin Harvick, there is really only one way to work his way out of the tough situations he seems to keep finding himself in during NASCAR's Chase.
"It's just a testament to Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota to be able to do what we've done", Busch said, "and to have three of them in the front three spots and then Truex there in fourth". He comes into this race now 11 in the standings, so he needs a good showing to avoid that bottom-4 cut line heading into next week's final race before the Chase cuts down to 8 drivers. But there are only two races left before The Chase Grid is sliced to eight.
That means all the other remaining Chase drivers will be scrambling to avoid elimination at 'Dega, which put a premium on winning or at least getting a solid finish out of Kansas.
Harvick dealt with a mechanical issue a week ago at Charlotte that put him in a big hole heading to the second stop in the Chase's round of 12.
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"I just got two good restarts against the No. 19 (Carl Edwards)". We had such a good auto today, again.
The two drivers in the most danger of not advancing are Brad Keselowski (who finished 38th and is in 11th place) and Chase Elliott (31st Sunday and 12th). Throw in Martin Truex Jr., whose Furniture Row team has an alliance with them, in fourth, and Denny Hamlin qualifying seventh, and it could be a banner day for their team's Chase hopes. "We want to be able to do that going to Talladega".
It was nearly like his days racing dirt tracks across the Midwest. The Chase playoff field will be trimmed from 12 drivers to eight after next Sunday's race at Talladega.
"The real hard part for me was that we didn't win this race", he added.
"There's so many people that come to this race track that support me and have supported me", Edwards said. In the two dozen races Edwards has run at Talladega, he's finished in the top ten only six times and averages finishing 24th. He is tied with Logano for the eighth and final spot, but Logano has a win, which is a tie-breaker.
"It's pretty obvious the pressure is pretty high in general with this format", said Edwards, who will start third on Sunday "But there is more pressure coming here".
Kyle Busch continues to make history in the XFINITY Series as he scores his 85th win in the series at Kansas Speedway early on Saturday afternoon. "We really believe if we get to Homestead, we can win this championship".