Kyle Busch says Hard Work and Team Effort is Key Winning

Kyle Busch will be behind the wheal of the No. 51 Dollar General Toyota Tundra this coming Thursday for the running of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. The driver says that his Truck Series success heading into Kentucky is a product of hard work and team effort.

"I don't think there is anything that I'm doing in particular to win these races -- it's a total team effort," Busch said. "It's all about being focused and putting your mind to it. That's a lot easier to do when you know that you're in good equipment and believing in my guys that they are unloading some really fast Tundras."

Busch, a Las Vegas native, hopes to make it five-for-five this season in the Camping World Truck Series. He's won four Truck Series races thus far this season not including the final truck race of last season. The feat would give him  an amazing record at Kentucky. He has wins in four different series at the track. He has won at Kentucky in the ARCA Racing Series, The Camping World Truck Series, The NASCAR Nationwide Series as well as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

The driver says there is more to it than just showing up in any race series.

"You can't just unload and expect to win -- you have to keep working hard throughout the practice sessions and tweaking on your stuff to make it better for the race," Busch said. "We've been able to do that over the first four races I've been in the truck this season and we'll look to try and get another victory this week at Kentucky. It's our first race this year with Dollar General onboard and I know that Rick Dreiling (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer) and a lot of their executives are going to be there, so hopefully we can be celebrating with them in victory lane after the race."

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