Kyle Busch has now won his 23rd race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit as he pulls in even with brother Kurt in these career wins. Now it is Kyle who would like to match up to Kurt’s accomplishments winning a series title. Football betting lines
Kyle Bush said in an interview “He’s always still got that carrot over me,” “Certainly, being the younger brother, I’ve had a little bit shorter time being here, but still, it’s great to see both of us be as competitive as we’ve been and as successful as we’ve been.”
Kyle Busch was looking impressive as he managed to outlast Jimmie Johnson on Sunday in a green white checkered finish at Michigan International Speedway as he won his fourth Cup race of this year. Bush now leads the series standings by a good 10 points over Johnson and has been assured a sport at the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Kurt Busch has won the series championship in 2004 and now the 26 year old brother might probably be the driver with the highest chances of ending Johnson’s five year title rain. But there are still three races left prior to the 10 race Chase. Basketball odds
Kyle Busch said “Certainly we’ve built ourselves into championship contenders this year,” “There’s a great opportunity for us to win three more races before the Chase starts. We’d love nothing more than to see that, and of course carry on our strong runs through the final 10 weeks. It’s just a matter of being consistent.”
Kyle Busch was seen passing Johnson with over a dozen laps remaining and was opening up for a great margin when Kurt Bush had scrapped a wall which forced a caution for 198-201 laps. The yellow flag had erased much of the lead that Kyle Busch has gotten but he was able to hold off a quick move from Johnson after the restart and then pull away. Basketball spreads
This was Busch’s first cup win at Michigan. Brad Keselowski had finished third consecutive top three finishes and fifth top 10 in his previous six races. Then Mark Martin was fourth.
Keslowski said “I would like to make the top 10 on our own merits, if for no other reason than to push away all the naysayers of the wild-card system,” “It’s going to be good either way. I’m a big fan of the wild card. It’s going to be something that’s going to reward me. I think it’s a great way of showing a commitment to our fans to rewarding those who can win races.”