MARNE, Mich. (WZZM) - Kyle Busch dominated the race named after him for the second straight year.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup driver won Wednesday's rain-delayed CRA Super Series Rowdy Busch 251 at Berlin Raceway.
Busch had the fastest car in qualifying, but started seventh when the top cars were inverted giving Coopersville's Tim Steele the pole position.
Busch quickly marched into the top three, overtaking Wyoming's Brian Campbell for second 65 laps in.
Coopersville native Johnny VanDoorn led for most of the race's first 100 laps before Busch passed him coming into turn three at lap 106.
Busch held off Johnny Benson in a five-lap shootout to take the checkered flag and the $15,000 winner's paycheck.
Chase Elliott, son of former NASCAR champion Bill Elliott, finished fifth.