Kyle Busch won literally everything this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, winning both polls and races to sweep the weekend. Busch left the field in his dust Sunday, leading  149 of the 170 laps at the Bickyard. Life on the track wasn't a stroll in the park however, as Busch survived several late race cautions, and two overtime periods to give the bricks a smooch!  The win, Sunday, marked Busch's 4th of the season, and makes him a sure favorite as the Chase looms.

Perhaps a bigger story line than Busch's domination was the return of Jeff Gordon, and the final start of Indiana racing legend, Tony Stewart.  Gordon, who was subbing for Dale Earnhardt Jr, finished 13th, in his 22nd, and likely final start in Indianapolis. Stewart, who announced he would retire at the end of the season, finished 11th. In a  n historic moment for any NASCAR fan, Stewart and Gordon took a victory lap around the speedway, following their 400 mile battle. The Sprint Cup Series  now heads to Pocono Raceway for the Pennsylvania 400. WBKR will have coverage next Sunday, beginning at !1:30 A.M.