6.26: SportsNet Central Press Pass at Infineon
Dan Rusanowsky gets you exclusive access as he talks with Kurt Busch after his big win.
Kurt Busch won erase it and -- on back in the 1990s but that wasn't in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Busch drove a domineering performance at the Toyota save mart 350 on Sunday at infineon raceway leading most of the race and staying in front of the troubled it was started between Brian Vickers and Tony Stewart who provided a lot of the drama for the fans in attendance. Bush was at the top of the podium at the end of the race with a unique to stops strategy. And my guys set me up well and then they're great strategy just do it twice that's -- -- and had great fuel mileage to go along with a then just the car in the big league is stronger after five or 66 laps of running and that's not normal normally car start dropping off on pace. Kurt said He was gonna try to gain some positions there at the end of the race that in -- is on gradually so you know -- that that played a big key and we got to get enough car that if we league. Get our hearts and do do what we need to do and hit him we'll come on our left -- and don't pay attention to what other guys are doing unbelievable feeling that I had flashbacks. That's southwest tour race that I won here in 1999. And that race helped put me on the map and this this track here at infineon has always been sentimental to me. Because of that reason and I've always wanted to bring a cup car to victory lane and take a pretty special then really proud to do it. We'll -- Jeff Gordon was in second place in series leader Carl Edwards was in third to round out the podium at of course after the win that talk was all about Kurt Busch who now was in fourth place in the Sprint Cup standings just one behind Jimmy Johnson. At infineon raceway in Sonoma -- -- Comcast sports net.