Kyle Busch used his first Brickyard 400 victory as a springboard to his first Sprint Cup title.
He's trying to make sure it happens again.
Another dominant weekend at Indianapolis sent Busch home with a historic sweep, a reputation for having tamed Indianapolis' tricky 2.5-mile oval and plenty of momentum heading into the chase.
"To come out of here, at a place this hard to race and be able to have two years like this, I think, is really special," team owner and Super Bowl-winning coach Joe Gibbs said. "That's a tribute to him, the team and (crew chief) Adam Stevens."
If Busch keeps driving this well, he'll be impossible to catch.