Former Winner Kyle Busch Posts a Promo Video for The Upcoming NASCAR All-Star Race

Published 07/14/2020, 12:53 PM EDT


Kyle Busch will be making his 15th All-Star race start on Wednesday at the Bristol Motor Speedway. The two-time cup series champion is currently racing in his 16th season. He got an automatic qualification for the All-Star race as he was crowned the victor of the 2017 edition of the race.

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The lineup and pole for Wednesday’s NASCAR All-Star Race at the Bristol Motor Speedway were set by a strategy like the one that has been utilized for the Cup Series races since NASCAR’s arrival in May following its COVID-19 break.

NASCAR held an arbitrary draw of the 16 drivers who had qualified for the All-Star Race. Joe Gibbs Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. drew the pole position. Hendrick Motorsports’ Alex Bowman drew the other spot for the front row lockup.

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And Kyle Busch will begin in the tenth position. Busch expressed his excitement for the race on social media. He posted a video of him winning the 2019 Cup Series.

“The #NASCAR All-Star Race under the lights at @BMSupdates this Wednesday Night! Who’s excited for this?”

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Kyle Busch: 2017 Race Winner

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In 2017, Kyle Busch won his first All-Star Race. Busch, who was making his twelfth beginning in the occasion, had the option to move into the last 10-lap stage because of the normal completion he set up in the initial three phases.

At the point when the last stage started, Busch dropped to the low side of the track and had the option to muscle his way around Keselowski and Johnson for the best position.

When he got in front, Busch drove to win the $1 million prize. With the success, Busch joined his sibling Kurt as a victor of the All-Star Race. Michael and Darrell were the primary siblings to win the unique occasion.

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The 2017 race additionally observed an ‘option’ tire for groups to utilize. The systems on when to utilize the soft alternative tire working together with the three sets of tires made things interesting.

Some picked to utilize them right off the bat in stages one and two while others held out. As a rule, the alternative tires gave short term speed yet their utilization was immaterial as the result of the race.

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Abhay Aggarwal

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Abhay Aggarwal is sports analyst at EssentiallySports. Having joined ES in early 2020, he has over 300 NASCAR, Formula 1, and Tennis articles to his name. Abhay has been an avid motorsports fan for over a decade, and he even attended the inaugural Indian Grand Prix in 2011.

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