He did it again! Kyle Busch led all but 10 laps to capture his 30th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory during the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this afternoon.

This is Busch’s third consecutive win and sixth top-10 finish in seven races at “The Magic Mile” behind the wheel of a truck.

“We had a really great Toyota Tundra today,” said Kyle Busch.  “We unloaded a little bit off, but then we tweaked on it to get the feel where I liked it.  I felt really good with it.  To qualify first, pick our lane and set sail on our own agenda really meant a lot.”

Busch led an astounding 165 of 175 laps. “There were times when getting into traffic and getting behind trucks, really slowed us down. The clean air was important today.”

The 26-year-old Las Vegas, Nev. native will attempt a NHMS sweep during the SYLVANIA 300 Sprint Cup Series event tomorrow.  

“A lot of the feel I am looking for in my cup car I found in my truck,” he said. “When I got on the gas I got a good feel for it. I'm hoping it sort of helps us a bit tomorrow. It's a matter of getting the feel in the Cup car; I'm hoping we got something good.”

Behind the wheel of his No. 3 Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet, Austin Dillion was the only other driver to lead during the 175-lap event finished in the second position. This was Dillion’s second top-10 finish in three races at NHMS. He now leads the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings by just two points over James Buescher.

For full results from today’s F.W. Webb 175 visit www.nhms.com.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will take on Kentucky Speedway next Saturday beginning at 8 p.m.