It seems that instead of asking "Will Kyle Busch win at Bristol?", it's more like a question of "Can anyone beat Kyle Busch at Bristol? This was his 226th start, his first Sprint Cup Series win of the season, his second at Thunder Valley, and his fourth in the last five races at the track.

According to NASCAR.com , Kyle credits the teams last pit-stop for the win:

It was a great pit stop there on that last run down pit road, They gave me a great job there so I get out and have track position I wanted and the lane I wanted to restart in [the outside]. That gave me a little bit easier job, instead of having to pass some of those guys. It would have been interesting, for sure. Carl tried to make it interesting -- he gave me a little bit of a shot there. But I kept it straight somehow this year, didn't have any fallback from 2008 [when Edwards won after moving Busch].

Kyle also won on Saturday in the Nationwide Series race, his 46th win of his career in that series. This was his 3rd NWS win in Thunder Valley, and he has 3 wins in the truck series.

I had Harvick as my pick to win this week...

TOP 5 AT BRISTOL:
1. Kyle Busch
2. Carl Edwards
3. Jimmie Johnson
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Paul Menard

TOP 12 IN POINTS:
1. Tony Stewart
2. Kurt Busch
3. Carl Edwards
4. Juan Montoya
5. Ryan Newman
6. Paul Menard
7. Martin Truex Jr.
8. Denny Hamlin
9. A.J. Allmendinger
10. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
11. Mark Martin
12. Jimmie Johnson

(JeffOnRadio)