Busch Dominates North Of The Border
VALLE-JONCTION, Quebec – Kyle Busch dominated Tuesday night’s Pro All-Star Series Super Late Model Budweiser 150 at Autodrome Chaudiere.
Busch, who picked up his second Super Late Model win over the last two weeks, started fourth, was in second after one lap and then on lap 22 put his No. 51 JEGS.com Camry out front.
He remained out front the rest of the way, holding serve on a couple of mid-race restarts and crossing the finish line two seconds ahead of second-place finisher Alex Labbe to earn a trip to victory lane at the quarter-mile oval north of the border.
“It was a great crowd out here tonight and the guys at KBM gave me a really fast JEGS Camry,” Busch said. “These Super Late Models are a lot of fun to drive and I always enjoy being able to travel around to some cool tracks around the United States and Canada to compete against the guys that race these cars on a regular basis. The last two years Dany (Lagace) and Kevin (Roberge) have really shown a warm welcome to our team – can’t thank them and all of their staff enough for the hospitality and to the fans here for coming out and supporting the event.”
Kyle Busch, Alex Labbe, Joey Doiron, DJ Shaw, Mike Rowe, Glen Luce, Ben Rowe, Cassius Clark, Martin Latulippe, Johnny Clark, Donald Theetge, Dany Poulin, Etienne Cliche, Michael Lavoie, Karl Allard, Eric St. Gelais, Jean Duchesneau, Jacques Poulin, Kevin Roberge, Alex Guenette, Curtis Geary, Patrick Laperle