Kyle Busch scored his sixth consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory in Thursday night’s UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway. For Busch, in his 120th NCWTS start, he recorded his fifth triumph of the season, winning in every event he has entered thus far in 2014.
After taking the last two races off at Texas Motor Speedway and Gateway Motorsports Park respectively, Busch returned with a vengeance recording his second truck series win at the Sparta, Kentucky-based track, the other occurring in July, 2011.
By winning his 40th career NCWTS victory, Busch helped manufacturer Toyota notch their 10th consecutive victory dating back to Phoenix International Raceway, where Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Erik Jones became the youngest winner in the series’ history. It is the longest active win streak by any manufacturer in NCWTS history.
|2||54||Darrell Wallace Jr||Toyota|
|8||30||Ron Hornaday Jr||Chevrolet|
|15||77||German Quiroga Jr||Toyota|
|21||5||John Wes Townley||Toyota|
|22||8||Jimmy Weller III||Chevrolet|
|24||10||Jennifer Jo Cobb||Chevrolet|