Kyle Busch has already had an eventual day at Phoenix International Raceway.

First Busch, who had qualified fourth, had to drop to the rear of the field at the start of the race because his team had to change engines because of a valve problem.

Busch, who won the Nationwide Series race at Phoenix on Saturday, was flying through the field and had raced his way to 15th when he spun and crashed on Lap 47.

Busch was trying to pass Carl Edwards when he lost control of his car, spun and hit the outside wall.

Busch went to pit road for repairs. Though his car appeared to have only cosmetic damage, he said over his team radio that it was serious.

“It’s all body damage but it’s all (expletive),” he told his crew.

Busch restarted in 40th.

Busch and teammate Denny Hamlin both had to start at the rear of the field after their Joe Gibbs Racing teams had to change engines in their Toyotas.

Source: Sportnews.com

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