Kyle Busch wins fourth NASCAR race in a row at Chicagoland

I'm sure that many of you are sick of reading about Kyle Busch, but face it, the man is on a roll in NASCAR-sanctioned events right now. (Other events, notsomuch)

After taking four tires in the pits, Busch charged from sixth to first on a restart with 22 laps to go and pulled away from Todd Bodine on a green-white-checker restart to win the Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland.

Bodine had a shot at Busch with seven laps to go as he got alongside of Busch in turn three. However, Busch had the outside line and Bodine had to get off the gas.

And Bodine's second place finish allowed him to further extend his points lead in the Truck Series. It's not Brad Keselowski-esque (313 points over second place Carl Edwards), but Bodine is doing his best to make the 2010 race for the title a snoozer. He leaves Chicago 236 points ahead of second place Aric Almirola with eight races to go.

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