Kyle Busch with the Texas Size win at Night

By Phil Cantor
Apr. 10, 2016

A Texas Sized Win
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For those of you into NASCAR you may already be tired of seeing Kyle Busch dominate an entire weekend, but for the 2nd week in a row it is exactly what he did.

Busch took advantage of a monster 13 car pile up with just 40 laps left in Saturday night's Duck Commander 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway to cruise to his 2nd straight Sprint Cup win. He took the lead with 33 laps left and never looked back. The win capped the 2nd straight weekend where he won all the races held during race week.

This weekend it was the Sprint race and the Xfinity series race Friday night, the past weekend in Martinsville, it was the Truck race and the Sprint Cup race.

All of this winning leads one to believe the Shrub may be NASCAR's new "King of the Hill". 

For the rest of the field, Dale Earnhardt Jr managed to survive a fire in his pit, and briefly on his car to come in 2nd, Joey Logano 3rd and Jimmie Johnson grabbed 4th.

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