Busch, who celebrated his 36th birthday on Sunday, led the way in which on the ultimate restart with two of 267 laps remaining. With the assistance from a push from team-mate Martin Truex Jr, Busch obtained away from Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson who made contact on the restart.
The race remained inexperienced and Busch took the chequered flag at Kansas, as Kevin Harvick rallied from a pitstop penalty to complete in second place.
Busch is now the 10th totally different winner in 11 races this season and he has secured his 17th straight season with at the least one win – transferring one behind Richard Petty who holds the all-time document with 18 consecutive seasons.
The victory can also be the 58th of Busch’s profession and capped an ideal weekend having additionally gained Saturday evening’s Truck Sequence race at Kansas.
Brad Keselowski completed third, Matt DiBenedetto was fourth and Chase Elliott rounded out the highest 5.
Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, Toyota Camry M&M’s Combine, celebrates after successful in Kansas.
Picture by: John Harrelson / NKP / Motorsport Images
The Kansas race got here alive after Denny Hamlin ended up reducing a tyre down and hit the Flip 2 wall to pressure a warning on lap 246.
A number of lead-lap vehicles pitted however Larson was amongst those that stayed out and remained within the lead and on the restart on lap 250, Larson was adopted by Busch, Blaney, Joey Logano and Ross Chastain.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Austin Cindric clashed on lap 253 on the again straight preventing for 15th place to carry out one other warning, and with 10 laps to go on the inexperienced flag, Larson led adopted by Busch, Keselowski, Blaney and Chase Elliott.
Busch rapidly moved into the lead on the restart after which Christopher Bell spun amassing Stenhouse and Ryan Preece at Flip four to carry out one other warning.
However with simply two laps to go on the last restart Busch led the way in which adopted by Blaney, Larson, Truex and Keselowski, to maintain away from the chasing pack and take his first Cup win since taking victory at Texas Motor Speedway final October.
Finishing the highest 10 have been Truex, Tyler Reddick, Chris Buescher, William Byron and Austin Dillon.