Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth combined to lead all 204 laps of the Kansas Lottery 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race that was extended by four laps by a green-white-checker restart on Saturday at Kansas Speedway, Kenseth led nearly three-quarters of the race, running up front for 148 laps, but in the end, it was Busch celebrating in victory lane after 56 laps led and after recovering from a pit road speeding penalty in the first half of the race.
“Can’t say enough about everyone from Monster Energy and Toyota; this Toyota Camry was fast today. I thank the Xfinity bunch of guys to put on our show that we enjoy on Saturdays and, of course, the fans for coming out and supporting us, too. This was a good day for us and something to kind of build off of, hopefully, and see what we can do tomorrow (in the Sprint Cup Series race).”
Kenseth finished second, while Joey Logano finished third for a top-three sweep by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers of the Xfinity Series race. Ty Dillon was the highest-finishing Xfinity Series regular, taking fourth. Another Xfinity regular, Regan Smith, rounded out the top-five.
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