Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch poses with the grandfather clock after winning the TruNorth Global 250 at Martinsville Speedway Saturday.

Kyle Busch won his 200th career NASCAR race last week at Fontana.

On Saturday, he began his quest for the next 200.

Busch won Saturday's TruNorth Global 250 for his 54th career NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series victory, and his fourth at Martinsville Speedway. 

There were few times Busch's victory Saturday was in doubt. After starting second behind Stewart Friesen, he dominated early, leading 62 of the 70 laps in Stage 1 on the way to an opening stage victory. 

On lap 119, Daniel Sasnett spun in Turn 3, bringing out the caution. Busch pitted, while Stewart Friesen and Ross Chastain stayed out. Busch was the first off of pit road, but lost four spots, restarting fifth. 

Chastain then took the lead from Busch, and led 53 laps, including on lap 140 when the second stage ended. Chastain has run in every NASCAR race in the top 3 series this season, but has yet to pick up a win.

Chastain held off a charging Busch for a couple laps, but Busch got the pass on lap 185, and held it the rest of the way. 

Saturday was Busch's second Truck Series victory at Martinsville Speedway.

Pole winner Friesen led 19 laps Saturday and finished fifth. Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt and Chastain finished second, third and fourth.

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