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Kyle Busch captures second title at Homestead
Kyle Busch won his second career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title on Nov. 17 in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead, Florida. - photo by For the Dawson County News
All four remaining playoff drivers led the field for some portion of the Ford EcoBoost 400, the final race of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in Homestead, Florida on Nov. 17. On the last lap, when it mattered most, the No. 18 M&M Toyota driven by regular season champion Kyle Busch crossed the finish line first to capture the second Cup Series title of his career. “We have a great race team, a great owner and the best sponsors in sports. I just can’t say enough and thank everyone enough for this opportunity,” Busch said. “I may be the one that’s able to hoist the trophy, or to have a championship, but it wouldn’t be possible without Adam Stevens (crew chief) and Joe Gibbs, J.D. Gibbs, Coy Gibbs and the whole family. M&M’s, of course, and Interstate Batteries and Norm Miller. And, Toyota – this TRD engine was awesome tonight.”