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Kyle Busch had the strongest car Sunday, leading well over 150 laps until a failure in the left rear caused him to spin. Afterwards, Busch was not so happy with his equipment, then ranted against HScott Motorsports driver Justin Allgaier and his spotter for Allgaier hitting him. Read more
Jimmie Johnson had a relatively quiet day on Sunday, but managed to pull out a seventh-place finish. That lifted him up one place to ninth in the standings. That place came at the expense of Matt Kenseth, who was caught up in the big crash and finished 37th. Austin Dillon's fourth-place finish moved him up two places to 11th. Dillon is eight points in front of Chase Elliott, who faded after getting damage in the big crash to 15th.
Letter of the Race: Sunday's Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race was presented to you by the letter "F," for Forces. Bristol is a nasty track when it comes to the forces rendered onto parts. Kyle Busch's day came to an end when he had a failure in the left rear that lead to him spinning out. Getting piled into by Justin Allgaier did not help things at all. - Phil Allaway
Quotes to Remember: Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race
"For me, I was excited that you were able to use the bottom of the racetrack, and the lap cars had an option. You just didn't get pinned up high. Really just want to applaud the racetrack for the effort that they made this weekend to really get that bottom groove working so that we had multiple grooves of racing, and I think today as a driver you had a lot of options to make your car work and maneuver through traffic and make up positions. We started 24th and pretty much drove through the field because of that.
"I think Friday night was probably one of the best XFINITY races I've ever sat and watched. Just really, really happy to see Bristol back where it is this weekend, and looking forward to coming back and obviously coming to victory lane is always exciting. It's been a decade since I've been to victory lane here, and I know this is the race that he had circled on the calendar every year. I was like, really, you're going to circle that one? But it's definitely added some excitement for me over the last three years to come back to Bristol knowing how much it meant to him, and that's what motivated me.
"They give me great cars to drive, and tonight was no different." - Kevin Harvick, race winner
by Amy Henderson
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Q: The 1995 Goody's 500 is best known for Terry Labonte wrecking at the line to take the win (and also the water bottle incident between Dale Earnhardt and Rusty Wallace). However, Bill Elliott also took a pretty big hit exiting turn 2 in that race. What happened?
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