It was a hot night in Atlanta on the Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday when Kyle Busch came from behind to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' Advo Care 500, beating back Joey Logano and his Ford in the process.
The once-a-year racing event that took place this year on August 31 saw pit crews tweaking everything under the hood to help race car competitors get that extra push to make or break them during the final laps, and Busch told reporters after his win that, "I wasn't happy with the race car at all at the beginning of the race but the guys made some great calls and made some great adjustments to get us back up front," he said.
The American Motor Speedway contenders Busch and Logano talked about their M&M Camry and their race-winning Ford vehicles, but Martin Truex, Jr. had more to worry about than the auto tooling him around the race track, as his right wrist was broken and he was still trying to drive his car on the road.
The win on Sunday for Kyle Busch gives him a shot at the top prize, which, of course, still drives this 28-year-old. And he's thankful his crew was able to get his Toyota where it needed to be to make him a serious contender for that big Cup this year, according to Yahoo News.
My boys on pit road, They're amazing. I would do anything for them.