Kyle Busch grabbed the lead from pole sitter Austin Dillon on the second lap.
Concord, NC (Sports Network) -
Kyle Busch scored his record seventh Nationwide Series race win at Charlotte Motor Speedway after leading 186 of 200 laps in Saturday's History 300.
Busch grabbed the lead from pole sitter Austin Dillon on the second lap and was a one-man show from there. During a late-race caution for a hard crash involving Travis Pastrana, Busch was one of five drivers who opted not to pit. With older tires, he held off his fellow Sprint Cup Series competitor, Kasey Kahne, in the closing laps, beating Kahne to finish line by 0.9 seconds.
Busch had been tied with Mark Martin for most Nationwide wins at Charlotte with six. He made his series debut at this 1.5-mile racetrack on May 24, 2003, finishing runner-up to winner Matt Kenseth. Busch was just 18 years old at the time.