Kyle Busch - American Canadian Tour

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On July 24, 2011, Busch won $31,900 at the 38th annual TD Bank 250 presented by New England Dodge Dealers in Oxford, Maine. Busch defeated the young Austin Theriault, Nick Sweet and two-time TD Bank 250 winner Eddie MacDonald. Kyle Busch became only the second active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver to win New England's largest short track race. Kevin Harvick is the only other active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver to win the race with his victory in 2008. The 2011 event was Kyle Busch's first ever TD Bank 250 win in three attempts. (He also entered the race in 2005 and 2006.) Busch was excited about the race win saying "I've had this one on my list of big races that I wanted to win and now that I've done it, it feels great - it was everything I thought it would be." Kyle drove his own Kyle Busch Motorsports number 51 late model with sponsorship from HP Hood's Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips.

Busch also won the 150 lap PASS (Pro All Star Series) super late model touring series race at Oxford Plains Speedway the night before the TD Bank 250 driving the Kyle Busch Motorsports number 51 Aaron's Dream Machine.

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