What is sweeter than a first championship trophy? A second championship trophy. One of the winningest driver on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series has come up short the past few years despite being on the very short list of top wins for each year. This year, he left no doubt. Kyle Busch dominated the field in winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 by 7 seconds over teammate and 2017 champion Martin Truex Jr. Busch drove flawlessly, outdueling fellow playoff contender Kevin Harvick in several sequences in the first two stages. But Harvick could never capture the speed over the long runs (only one non-stage yellow all race) and faded. Then there was Truex Jr. and Denny Hamlin with crucial pit crew errors (wrong tires on each side and an ill-advised aero tape applied). By the end, it wasn't entertaining. Kyle won, and it was another huge win for Joe Gibbs Racing. Which dominated the year. Congrats Kyle Busch, you're the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!