BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch stood on the hood of his No. 18 Toyota shaking his fists because the snow started falling round him. It was that form of a protracted weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Busch gained the rain-delayed race on the half-mile observe on a chilly, darkish Monday for his second straight Cup Collection victory. He additionally gained final weekend at Texas.
Busch handed Kyle Larson with 5 laps remaining following a restart with 22 laps left.
Larson led 200 of the 500 laps however needed to maintain off Busch and Stenhouse after the final restart. He did for some time, however Busch handed him and started to tug away.
Brad Keselowski gained the primary two phases and seemed to be the automotive to beat. Nonetheless, the No. 2 Ford struggled on a protracted green-flag run late within the race and fell two laps behind after radioing in that one thing broke in his suspension. Keselowski hit the wall with 30 laps left, bringing out the ultimate warning.
Larson was main when the race was postponed Sunday with 296 laps remaining after being delayed a number of occasions due to rain. The race additionally was delayed Monday for about 35 minutes, however the automobiles lastly obtained again on the observe after the rain and sleet subsided.