Kyle Busch heard all about the potential to pull off a historic sweep at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
On Sunday, he accomplished the feat.
Busch led a record 149 of 170 laps and beat teammate Matt Kenseth to the finish line in a second overtime to win his second straight Brickyard 400. Coupled with an Xfinity Series victory a day earlier, Busch became the first NASCAR driver to win both poles and both races on the same weekend.
"I've never had a dominant car like this," Busch said after celebrating his fourth win of the season with his wife and son. "This is obviously a special day and a special car."
The impressive feat even overshadowed...