Johnny Sauter found out that Kyle Busch could be beaten with the bumper.
Sauter bumped Busch out of the way with two laps to go to win Saturday's Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville. Before Saturday's race, Busch had won five of the 12 NASCAR events that he had entered in 2011.
Busch tried to get back to Sauter's bumper on the white flag lap but came up a couple feet short in turns 3 and 4 and almost got passed by Ron Hornaday for second.
Sauter's win also was a first for the new points system that NASCAR instituted before the season as he became the first title-eligible driver to win a race in the Truck or Nationwide Series race this season. The first eight Nationwide and Truck races had been won by drivers who had declared to accrue points in the Sprint Cup Series.
As seems to be the norm at Martinsville, the race was filled with 13 cautions, including three for incidents by Chase Mattioli. The last time that a Truck Series race had less than eight cautions at Martinsville? Way back in 2003.
- Kyle Busch