Kyle Busch Sets NASCAR Record that No Driver In History Could Ever Touch
When you take a look back over the history of NASCAR racing, there have been some incredible names to rise to the top and stake their claim in history, making their way to the Hall of Fame with some even surpassing such a milestone and making their way to be a household name that won’t soon be forgotten. However, no matter how many greats have risen to the challenge, there still remains one record that, until this past weekend, has never been broken and is quite a substantial bite to chew off.
In the most recent NASCAR Monster Energy Series race, the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch, a long time competitor in the series, found a way to make his way to victory at the track, officially becoming the first driver to ever take a victory at each and every NASCAR track. While this might not count for much when it comes to winning a championship, this is definitely one record that would be a proud accomplishment to line the trophy case of just about any driver. With each track offering up its own special set of circumstances, each requiring a specialized skill set to be able to take home victory, this is definitely an achievement that should not be understated.
If you follow along down in the video down below from K&N Filters, you’ll be able to join in from this past weekend’s festivities that show little bit of the action and take you to the scene of the ordeal so that you can gather that feeling of what it was like to be on site when that historic milestone was driven down in history books. Now that we have the first ever do it, you have to wonder how far behind the second will be, if anyone is able to ever duplicate the feat again.