'Rowdy' night: Kyle Busch dusts Kansas truck field
May 9, 2014 at 11:15a ET
Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway was a chaotic affair, with vehicles smashing and crashing in rapid succession.
Kyle Busch avoided the mass carnage -- a fairly easy feat, considering it all happened well behind him.
Busch, who started from the pole, withstood challenges from fellow Sprint Cup Series regular Joey Logano, promising youngster Ryan Blaney and 2012 Truck Series champion Austin Dillon en route to his first win in three truck starts at the 1.5-mile Kansas track.
Reigning series champion Matt Crafton finished second, more than three seconds behind Busch, followed by Logano, Dillon and Tayler Malsam.
Busch, who is running a part-time Truck Series schedule for his Kyle Busch Motorsports team, picked up his second win in as many truck appearances this season, having captured the season opener at Daytona and skipped the truck race at Martinsville.