Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards picked up where they left off a week ago, except this time Busch couldn't be caught and won his seventh NASCAR Nationwide Series race in dominating fashion Saturday night.
Driving in NASCAR's second-level series ahead of tonight's top-tier Sprint Cup race, Busch kept his Toyota ahead of Edwards' Ford to win the Camping World RV Service 300 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
Brian Vickers was third and Jeff Burton fourth.
The victory extended Busch's remarkable season. In addition to his Nationwide wins, the 23-year-old Las Vegas native also has eight Cup wins and three Craftsman Truck Series wins -- a total of 18 victories in NASCAR's national series.
"We certainly had a great race car tonight; it was phenomenal," said Busch, who drives for Joe Gibbs Racing. "It was going to be a great battle if [Edwards] was able to get up there."