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Sprint Cup Series championship. As he drove underneath the checkered fl ag, he was overcome with sheer joy — the perfect ending to a challenging season. “This is just so unbelievable, so amazing and means so much right here, right now and probably will for a long, long time to come,” Busch said. “This is just a dream come true and my family, my wife, my son —to have him this year and to have everything we’ve gone through this year to be in this moment — I don’t know what else to say, but this is so special.” Busch joined his brother Kurt as a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, making them the second set of brothers to each win a title — Terry and Bobby Labonte are the other pair. The younger Busch was glad to share this moment with his brother, Kurt. “It was cool,” Busch said. ”We may not see eye to eye all the time, but it’s certainly a great opportunity for our family. I think the Busch family just to share in that moment — I was here for Kurt’s championship when he won, and I was the fi rst one to his car. I was in his window before he even got out. That was pretty special. I remember that still to today.” It’s safe to say that Busch will remember his 2015 season — and championship — for a long time. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship came down to four drivers at Homestead-Miami Speedway (from left): Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch. With the rest of the fi eld in his rearview mirror, Kyle Busch drove underneath the checkered fl ag to claim his fi rst NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. After missing the fi rst 11 races due to injury, Kyle Busch completed an incredible season with his fi rst NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. 102 ANTHEM MOTORSPORTS ANNUAL


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