Busch Hangs 10 In California

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Kyle Busch captured his 10th career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win after he dominated Saturday's San Bernardino County 200 at Auto Club Speedway.

After a frustrating second-place finish in the season-opener at Daytona, Busch was able to go out and lead a race record 95 of 100 laps en route to his second consecutive win in the 100-lap race.

"This thing (No. 51 Toyota) was just flawless," said Busch, who won by a margin of 9.023 seconds.

Once the celebration was over in Victory Lane, Busch had to get ready to run tonight's NASCAR Nationwide Series Stater Bros. 300 where he will start second.

Daytona winner Todd Bodine finished second in the No. 30 Toyota that continues to run without sponsorship.

Chad McCumbee, who led three laps under the race's first of two caution flags, came home third in the No. 07 Chevrolet. The finish was his third career top five in 73 starts.

"It was obviously a little bit of a handful to start with but I think those five or seven laps we really got going there on that last restart and helped us propel up into the top five," McCumbee said. "They made great adjustments on the truck. The thing was really good."

David Starr and TJ Bell rounded out the top five.

Ricky Carmichael was the highest finishing rookie in eighth.

"I am very happy, very happy with the way it ended," Carmichael said. "I learned so much, so much today just racing up front with those guys. I am really happy with the way it turned out looking back."

Colin Braun was the only other driver to lead (2 laps) in the race, but he finished 20th after running out of fuel in the closing laps.

The biggest incident of the day came in the first caution when Brian Scott crashed on the frontstretch after contact with the No. 5 Toyota of Mike Skinner.

The Camping World Truck Series will now head to Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 7 for the American Commercial Lines 200.

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