After two spins during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Henry 150 at Road America, Kyle Busch came from the back of the field to take his 101st Series win. Kyle took the lead with four laps to go and never looked back. This is Kyles fourth win in four attempts this season.
The field was led to the green by pole winner Ty Gibbs. Ty, later, had transmission problems and was forced from the race.
AJ Allmendinger #16, led much of the early race winning both stage 1 and 2 eventually finishing fourth.
Into the latter stages of the race, the aggressiveness seemed to tick up with several crashes, which eliminated several good race cars. This allowed Kyle Busch to get away from the pack and take a substantial lead to the checkers. Here are some images of the race action.
Daniel Hemric, Michael Annett, AJ Allmendinger and Harrison Burton filled out the top five.
Earlier in the day, the Cup Series held one of the few practices it has held this season. It was supposed to be a fifty minute practice, but was interrupted by several racing incidents. Two of these crashes caused Kyle Busch and Ryan Preece to pull out the back up cars. They will be forced to start from the back of the field. Due to the stoppages, NASCAR added 5 minutes to the practice. It was Kurt Busch in the #1 Monster Energy Chevrolet winning practice.
Here is some more action from the practice session.
The Cup cars will qualify Sunday morning, followed by the early afternoon start of the Jockey Made in the USA 250 Presented by Kwik Trip.
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