When Austin Wayne Self and Justin Haley tangled with five laps, the final restart left the field one more attempt to swipe the lead away from Busch.
Looking like a superhero with his comeback, Busch, who isn’t expected to compete in anymore Camping World Truck Series races this season, said he learned enough from the penalty that could give him a potential advantage towards earning a second triple-weekend sweep at Bristol.
“It was a lot of fun to come through the field like that, it kinda gave me some ideas about the rest of the week,” added Busch.
Busch led the field to green after nearly a two-hour rain delay and dominated the first stage leading all 55 laps.
The Truck Series will take a one-week break before returning to action north of the border at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for the running of the Silverado 250 on Sun., Sept. 3.
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