OXFORD – Kyle Busch parlayed a strong restart with 16 laps to go to win the 38th annual TD Bank 250 on Sunday night at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“It was a tough race,” said Busch, a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver who made his third trip here in seven years.

Busch, who is fifth in points on the Sprint Cup series, led 65 of the final 70 laps to edge out Nick Sweet, Austin Theriualt and two-time defending TD Bank 250 champ Eddie MacDonald.

Pittston native Ben Ashline started on the pole, but car problems led to a disappointing 30th place finish.


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