In the closest NASCAR Nationwide Series finish at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch has passed Mark Martin to become the driver with the most wins all time in Series. Busch captured his 50th win during the 50th anniversary of the track by edging Joey Logano by about a bumpers length at the line (19 one thousandths of a second). Logano and Busch battled over the last five laps or so with a lap car in front of them. Logano rallied after Busch got by the lap car, but fell just short of getting the win. The two teammates raced cleanly over the final few laps to provide an exciting finish.

Busch dominated the first half of the race before Clint Bowyer was able to wrestle lead away from Busch. Busch got his car right at the right time of the race, and showed why he has become one of the best drivers at Bristol in any type of machine.

No major incidents or paybacks were delivered during the race tonight. The drivers raced hard and showed why Bristol is an exciting race to watch. One driver that had an impressive showing was Parker Klingerman. Klingerman finished in the 9th position after having a spin earlier in the race. Klingerman was subbing for Brad Keselowski who did not run the Nationwide race because of the broken ankle he suffered a few weeks ago in a testing accident.

Tomorrow night we go 500 laps at Bristol for the Cup Series. I will not be on Twitter tomorrow night because I will be at the race. I will try to get some good pictures to put up on the website. Thank you for stopping by and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @troublinturntwo.

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