LONG POND, Pa. – He did it again. Riding a wave of success unprecedented in his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career, Kyle Busch streaked to the pole position on Friday at Pocono Raceway, edging Kevin Harvick for the top starting spot in Sunday’s Windows 10 400 (on NBCSN at 1:30 p.m. ET). Touring the 2.5-mile triangular track in 50.444 seconds (178.416 mph), Busch won his first Coors Light Pole Award of the season, his second at Pocono (the first coming in 2010) and the 17th of his career. Busch is gunning for his fourth straight victory in the series after returning from an 11-race injury absence, and he’s savoring every minute of his extraordinary run of good fortune. “I’ve had plenty of times in ... FULL STORY »
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