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Kyle Busch won his third straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on Saturday night when he added the event at Richmond International Raceway to his list of 2018 conquests.

Busch, who started 32nd but quickly worked his way into contention, outran Chase Elliott and teammate Denny Hamlin for his fifth career victory at Richmond Raceway.

Afterward the Joe Gibbs Racing driver tipped his helmet to his crew. "We just lost the handle on the auto and fell back to sixth or so". (Crew chief) Adam Stevens and my guys did a phenomenal job. "I wouldn't say we're at that point yet". "They got us off pit road first those last two times that we came down for tires and got us to where we needed to be". "They were awesome tonight on pit road". Don't expect Johnson to qualify great as he started outside the top-15 in both races last season.

Expect him to push Busch for the victory tonight. We did in in '15 and nearly won four in a row, but we run out of gas. "It's hard to go to Tallagega with the much of a winning streak and think that you can get to Victory Lane".

"We'll see what we can do..."

So, with Talladega awaiting next weekend, what about a fourth win a row?

Kyle Busch was the beneficiary, leading on the restart, but Stenhouse went into the wall with four laps to go, putting the race back under caution.

Richmond was Elliott's second top-five run in nine races, and he now has eight second-place finishes in his career.

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"It was a fortunate circumstance for us there at the end with how the cautions fell", Elliott said. "I don't really know if I'll be as good as I was last time, but I hope so".

"Don't worry, I was definitely eyeing it out, like who's there, who's there, who's there".

"We have to just keep trucking forward like we have been".

Seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson continued to show improvement as he finished sixth in his Hendrick Chevy. So the #78 has the auto to win, but just hasn't figured out how to finish the race in Richmond. Busch has probably had the least success of his teammates in Richmond but he's looked like the best Toyota so far this season so we'll give him the edge this week.

After a late round of pitstops during a caution, Busch emerged in the lead when the race restarted with 22 laps to go. It was Truex back out front with Bowyer and Harvick within a second of him.

"The guys did a really good job with the race vehicle". Just fought all night long and tried to stick with it and make good adjustments, and put ourselves in position to try to win another one and just came up short. We've got a great group of guys. Ty Dillon 32. Kyle Busch 33.

Jamie McMurray (75-1): There is value on McMurray this week. Chesterfield's Denny Hamlin finished third. Kevin Harvick, Ford, 402, Led 8 6. Joey Logano, Ford, 402, Led 92 5. Matt DiBenedetto 28. Brad Keselowski 29. Kurt Busch has won here twice.

(9) William Byron #, Chevrolet, 402. Erik Jones, Toyota, 402 14. That '08 race is one of the most famous in the history of the three-quarter-mile track, as Busch drew the ire of numerous 112,000 on hand by wrecking with fan favorite

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(34) Gray Gaulding, Toyota, 393.

Ryan Blaney (40-1): While this has not been his best track, Blaney has suffered more from track incidents as opposed to running poorly.

Average Speed of Race Winner: 96.215 miles per hour.

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Lead Changes: 16 among 7 drivers. Martin Truex Jr. also led for a long time - 198 laps - but crashed out as well. 391; Kyle Busch 392-402.

Busch started in the 32nd spot, the lowest for a Cup race victor at Richmond since 2008, when Clint Bowyer came from 31st to victory thanks largely to Busch.

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