Camping World Truck Series

NCWTS: Kyle Busch Soars to Pole in Thunder Valley


BRISTOL, Tenn. — For the fourth time in 2014 and second time of his magnificent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career, Kyle Busch topped the charts in qualifying and won the pole for the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

“So excited about tonight and the opportunity to run here in Bristol,” said Busch who has five wins this season. “Have some fun hopefully and start the weekend off with a win and see if we cant carry that all the way through.”

Busch is leaping over double-duty by attempting triple-duty this week in Bristol as he will also compete in Friday night’s Nationwide Series race and Saturday night’s Sprint Cup race as well. Busch has an astonishing 16 career Bristol wins across all three National series’.

“Those places that you like, you just tend to be good at. Or the places you’re good at you tend to like, I think is more like it,” said Busch.

Starting second on the grid will be 16-year-old Cole Custer who – for the second time – will be on the front row of a NCWTS race in 2014.

“Our first run out on the track, we were sitting 19th and I was freaking out,” said Custer. “We made some wholesale changes and we were able to get it a lot better at the end.”

Ron Hornaday, Jr. will start third with Brad Keselowski, Gray Gaulding, German Quiroga, Darrell Wallace, Jr., Ben Rhodes, Brandon Jones and Johnny Sauter complete the top-10.

Points leader Ryan Blaney could not find speed throughout and could not advance to Round 2, he will start 14th and Bristol favorite Timothy Peters failed inspection and will start in the rear.

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Starting Lineup

2014 UNOH 200 Presented by ZLOOP

Bristol Motor Speedway

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About Zach Catanzareti

Zach Catanzareti serves as a Contributing Writer in the NASCAR department for Rubbings Racing and can be followed on Twitter (@zachracing) for the latest NASCAR updates. A native of Easton, Pennsylvania, he also follows IndyCar and Formula 1.

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