Kyle Busch finished second in the NASCAR All-Star Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Wednesday.
Busch was unable to add to his season point total.
Busch started in 10th position. The 17th-year driver has piled up 56 career victories, with 207 top-five finishes and 305 results inside the top 10.
Victory Lane at Bristol Motor Speedway is a familiar place for Busch, who has eight career wins at the track. His second-place finish also marks the 13th time he has finished in the top five at Bristol and his 18th top-10.
The Las Vegas, Nevada native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting three spots higher than his career mark of 12.8 and completing the race 13 places ahead of his 14.7 career average finish.
Busch raced against 20 other drivers on the way to his second-place finish. The race endured five cautions and 13 caution laps. Prior to the checkered flag there were six lead changes.
Chase Elliott finished first in the race, followed by Busch’s second-place finish. Kevin Harvick placed third, Brad Keselowski secured fourth place, and Denny Hamlin finished off the top five.