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NNS: Drive To Stop Diabetes 300 at Bristol – Race Results

Kyle Larson had a plan in mind for the finish. But Kyle Busch has it all figured out at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Busch became the first driver in history to post 16 victories at a single track in NASCAR’s three national touring series, pulling away from the field after the final restart with nine laps remaining, to win Saturday’s Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 presented by Lilly Diabetes.

Busch, a five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winner at Bristol, won for the sixth time in his last eight NASCAR Nationwide Series starts on the .533-mile track.

Larson, who battled side-by-side with Busch in the final laps of last year’s Nationwide race at Bristol, took second place from Kevin Harvick with seven laps remaining but had no shot at catching Busch.

POS Car # Driver Make
1 54 Kyle Busch Toyota
2 42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet
3 5 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
4 22 Ryan Blaney Ford
5 20 Matt Kenseth Toyota
6 3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet
7 62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet
8 6 Trevor Bayne Ford
9 9 Chase Elliott Chevrolet
10 7 Regan Smith Chevrolet
11 33 Cale Conley Chevrolet
12 1 Landon Cassill Chevrolet
13 99 James Buescher Toyota
14 2 Brian Scott Chevrolet
15 31 Dylan Kwasniewski Chevrolet
16 60 Chris Buescher Ford
17 11 Elliott Sadler Toyota
18 51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet
19 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota
20 39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet
21 23 Timmy Hill Chevrolet
22 44 Will Kimmel III Toyota
23 55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet
24 43 Dakoda Armstrong Ford
25 28 Mike Wallace Dodge
26 19 Mike Bliss Toyota
27 14 Eric McClure Toyota
28 70 Derrike Cope Chevrolet
29 52 Joey Gase Chevrolet
30 40 Josh Wise Chevrolet
31 16 Ryan Reed Ford
32 4 Jeffrey Earnhardt Chevrolet
33 24 Ruben Garcia Mateos Toyota
34 74 Kevin Lepage Dodge
35 29 Kelly Admiraal Toyota
36 17 Tanner Berryhill Dodge
37 13 Matt Carter Toyota
38 93 Carl Long Dodge
39 46 Matt DiBenedetto Chevrolet
40 10 Blake Koch Toyota

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