Kyle Busch left no doubt as to who was the most dominant driver in Friday's N.C. Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch led a race-high 90 laps, pulled away from runner-up Johnny Sauter on a late restart and collected his record seventh Truck Series victory at Charlotte.

One of Busch's drivers - polesitter Christopher Bell - rallied from a blown tire early in the race to score a third-place finish. Ryan Truex and Timothy Peters rounded out the top five.

Busch's victory marks his track-record 15th major-series triumph and the 48th Truck Series win of his career.

KYLE BUSCH, No. 51 Cessna Toyota (Winner): "It was certainly interesting from my seat. We had a really fast Cessna Tundra. Thanks to (crew chief) Bono (Manion) for doing a great job. Really appreciate everyone at KBM being a cohesive unit and building speed at the race track together. All in all, tonight (we brought) the whole package together."

JOHNNY SAUTER, No. 21 Allegiant Airlines Chevrolet (Runner-Up): "This was a good night for us. It's typically a place I struggle at. Our Allegiant Travel Chevy was phenomenal in that second stage. We restarted around 13th and we were in the lead after 10-12 laps. I felt like this race track was going to go free late but it didn't. I needed more front grip. Obviously where you restart is important and I wanted to be on the top. … We've got a little bit of work to do to make our stuff a little bit better but I'm really proud of our effort tonight."

CHRISTOPHER BELL, No. 4 SiriusSM Toyota (Third-Place Finisher): "I struggled on restarts. I don't know why. One time I'd spin the tires, the next time I wouldn't. I just had trouble getting going. I'm pretty bummed I finished third with a second-place truck but (crew chief) Rudy (Fugle) did a great job with everything. We had a really fast truck. We really should've finished second but I'm glad the boss was able to win."