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Kyle Busch wins Bristol pole by .002 over brother Kurt

Kyle Busch wins Bristol pole by .002 over brother Kurt

The NASCAR K&N Series will be in action around 4:00 pm for the Zombie Auto 150 race and then on Sunday at 2:00 pm, its the running of the Food City 500 for the MENCS circuit.

Kyle Busch set the pace at 128.822 miles per hour around the.533-mile track in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota.

The caution was due to the application of the Bristol Bite traction compound on the bottom of the concrete racing surface.

"Wow. I'm really sorry", Busch said over the radio.

But he doesn't want it to come at the expense of those who should be rewarded for the work they put in setting up their cars during the week.

As usual, the aggressive Busch adapted to the BMS challenge in style.

Busch said he doesn't have a good idea to make racing better. The VHT is sprayed down and if you miss it a little bit, it's like a rut at a Supercross race. "Two Busches on the front row, that's not too bad". "I'm glad to grab a front-row starting spot, but I've got to be careful that I've got a good race auto". "Every time I've started up front I have not finished up front and every time I've started in the back, I finish up front. I'm trying to change things this weekend and, thankfully, I've got a fast vehicle where I can do that".

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Two-time BMS Cup victor Kevin Harvick crashed in the first practice session Friday afternoon.

Busch joins teammate Kevin Harvick (also in a backup car) and Jimmie Johnson (tire change) starting in the rear. (26th), Ryan Newman (30th) and Jamie McMurray, who will start from the No. 31 spot. He blamed not being able to property navigate the VHT spray in the turns to give the cars more grip for losing out on a potential pole-winning run.

Gates will open at 9:45 a.m. and the track walk will take place from 10-11 a.m.

"It was just congested".

Kevin Harvick, who was forced to a backup auto after a crash during practice on Friday, turned his first laps in the second vehicle finishing 16th overall at 128.134 miles per hour.

Chad Finchum of Knoxville, Tennessee, qualified 38th in his Cup debut.

"I think the racing will probably be a lot closer", Stenhouse said. "But if you're not on the [Bristol Bite], you're in no-man's land".