September 2, 2014
The older Busch showed his kid brother a thing or two.
Kurt Busch, a former NASCAR Cup champion who's been overshadowed lately by his sibling Kyle, drove to a dominating victory Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The 30-year-old Busch led 235 of 330 laps in the Kobalt Tools
500, surviving a couple of scrapes with the wall and a late caution
to pull away for a 0.332-second victory over Jeff Gordon.
Pole-sitter Mark Martin, who had become the second-oldest driver
in Cup history to claim the top spot in qualifying, had another
rough day after blowing engines the two previous weeks. He
apparently cut a tire, smashed the wall and finished 31st, 14 laps
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