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With battery life, winter’s not the only culprit

January 25th, 2016 by

NOAA temperature outlook for February 2016.

Cold kills car batteries. And heat is its accomplice.

That’s why auto shops across America are stocking extra batteries this year.

Low temperatures slow down chemical reactions, including the one retaining a charge in your car battery. In winter, most commuters will hear a sluggish ignition – if they hear one at all.

However, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is forecasting a strong El Niño to create a mild, wet winter for most Americans.

Mild winters mean fewer battery problems, right? Not necessarily.

According to NOAA, summer 2015 was the hottest on record in more than a century. Many cities experienced highs more than 10 degrees above their average – which, according to a Battery Council International study, is hot enough to damage a battery’s life and capacity. If a battery gets hot enough, its internal components corrode and weaken how much power the battery has.

It’s called heat deterioration. Every vehicle in North America is suffering from it this year, and no one has noticed it. But they will. Temps don’t have to fall far to give car owners a sluggish ignition – if they get one at all.

Be like Bill. Get your car battery tested.

The problem is most car owners only think about replacing their battery when it’s dead. So when a cold snap hits, no matter how severe, drivers often find themselves stuck.

That’s why Interstate Batteries encourages you to test your battery now. The ED-18 Battery Analyzer available at many Interstate Batteries dealers can detect heat damage and predict exactly how cold it has to get to kill a battery.

Find an Interstate Batteries dealer now and get your battery tested.

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Interstate All Battery Center Demonstrates Speed of Expertise

January 19th, 2016 by

"Thank you for showing me what Interstate Batteries is all about." - Rob AshCar owners often go the do-it-yourself route to try to save time, money or both. But using a trusted expert can often prove to be a better value.

That’s what Rob Ash of Andover, Minn., learned after a recent trip to Interstate All Battery Center in Coon Rapids, Minn.

Rob said he visited the store at 6:50 p.m. one weeknight – 10 minutes before closing time.

“My plan was to walk in, buy the battery and get out of their hair and let them close up shop,” he said.

He bought the Interstate MT7-AGM battery for his Chevrolet Suburban, and the guys at the store asked if they could install it for him right then.

“I said there’s no time,” Rob told us. “They say, ‘Sure there is – We’d be happy to do it for free.'”

Rob told them about a safety bracket over the battery and that they’d need a few extra tools. No problem, the team members replied – they’re familiar with Chevy Suburbans; they knew exactly which parts they’d need.

Safety gloves: check. Memory saver so the radio won’t lose its presets: check. Work light for tinkering under the hood after dark: check.

“When finished, he shows me where he’s putting the date stamp on my new MT7, and at 7:02, I’m driving away,” Rob said.

Rob said he has always replaced his own batteries, but the Coon Rapids store showed him the value of trusting the experts.

“Thank you for showing me what Interstate Batteries is all about,” he said. “You can bet I’ll be talking about this experience to many, many, many other people.”

Find an Outrageously Dependable Interstate All Battery Center or Interstate Batteries dealer near you.

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Got a story about an Outrageously Dependable® battery or great service you received at one of our dealers or Interstate All Battery Centers? We’d love to hear about it. Send your story to press@interstatebatteries.com.

 

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Why driving can’t bring back a dead battery

December 11th, 2015 by

Here's your alternator - no chargeThe battery starts the car. The alternator charges the battery. So if I have a weak battery, the alternator should recharge it fully if I drive around long enough.

It sounds perfectly logical, right? Too bad it’s totally wrong.

Mostly Dead vs. All Dead

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True, the alternator can give a dose of electricity to a weak battery. But weak batteries are only slightly alive.

If heat or severe discharging has damaged the battery, it may have lost the capacity to start a car more than a few times, no matter how much power the alternator gives it.

That’s why you can jump-start a car, drive it, park for a few hours (or longer in warm temperatures) and start the engine from a weak battery – only to have to jump-start it again.

Alternator’s Too Busy

Auto shop technicians who have replaced an alternator might recognize this warning printed on the part’s box: “The alternator isn’t designed to charge a dead battery. Premature alternator failure can occur and may void your warranty.”

That’s because the alternator is running all the other onboard electronics.

To fully recharge a dead 12-volt battery, you’d have to drive about 2,000 miles faster than 70 mph without using the radio, AC or headlights.

And then you’d have to buy an alternator.

The ED-18 to the Rescue

The Interstate Batteries ED-18 Battery Analyzer

The Interstate Batteries ED-18 Battery Analyzer tells your battery’s state of health within seconds.

Battery damage is hard to diagnose without the Interstate Batteries ED-18 Battery and Electrical System Analyzer. It’s even harder if the alternator is the actual problem.

Good thing the Interstate ED-18 can test the starting and charging system. Step-by-step prompts help auto techs provide you the right service the first time around.

Find an Interstate Batteries Dealer near you and ask for a battery test with the ED-18. You’ll be glad you did.

Have fun storming the castle.

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Team Interstate: Solid Finishes Keep Kyle, Carl in Championship Hunt

November 9th, 2015 by
Kyle Busch stayed in the top 10 all day at Texas. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker NKP

Kyle Busch stayed in the top 10 all day at Texas. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker / NKP

Team Interstate‘s Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards scored top-five finishes at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday, keeping both within reach of the Championship round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.

Erik Jones was impressive in his second career Sprint Cup Series start. ©2015 John Harrelson / NKP

Erik Jones was impressive in his second career Sprint Cup Series start. ©2015 John Harrelson / NKP

Rookie Erik Jones filled in for Matt Kenseth, delivering a solid 12th-place finish, while Denny Hamlin suffered a mechanical issue early in the race that left him a 38th-place finish.

Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 was the second race of the Eliminator Round of 8 in the Chase. After next week’s race in Phoenix, the field will be reduced to just four teams. A final Championship Four will compete on November 22 for the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • Jeff Gordon: First to qualify for the final four with his win last weekend in Martinsville
  • Jimmie Johnson: Won Sunday but was already eliminated from the Chase
  • Kyle Busch: Second in points, 11 points ahead of fifth
  • Carl Edwards: Fifth place
  • Martin Truex, Jr.: Seven points ahead of Carl Edwards

NEXT UP

Seven drivers will compete for the last three spots and a chance to run for the Championship in Homestead. Kyle can clinch his spot in the Championship with a finish of third place or better at Phoenix, regardless of how anyone else finishes.

Team Interstate results from Texas

 

NASCAR Xfinity Series

Texas Motor Speedway

  • No. 18 – Daniel Suarez – 6th
  • No. 20 – Erik Jones – 4th
  • No. 54 – Kyle Busch – 14th

This Week

NASCAR: Phoenix International Raceway

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Team Interstate: Kyle in Top 5 Amid Martinsville Drama

November 2nd, 2015 by
Kyle Busch had a solid day at Martinsville. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker NKP

Kyle Busch had a solid day at Martinsville. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker NKP

Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch led Team Interstate Sunday at Martinsville Speedway, a short track known for delivering high drama.

All four drivers were involved in incidents over the course of the race, but in the end, Denny finished third and Kyle finished fifth. Carl Edwards finished 14th and two big accidents left Matt Kenseth back in 38th.

This was the first race of the Eliminator Round of 8 for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship. The field will be reduced to just four teams following the next two races at Texas and Phoenix respectively. A final Championship Four will compete for the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday, Nov. 22. By virtue of his win this afternoon, Jeff Gordon is the first to qualify for the final four. Kyle is currently second in points and eight back of the leader while Edwards sits in fifth, 17 points behind.

The struggles
Denny battled through two pit road speeding penalties and a spin on lap 112. Kyle spun after running through water on the track on lap 172, but quick work by the No. 18 M&M’s Crispy/Interstate Batteries team kept him in contention. Carl battled an ill-handling machine all day and got caught up in Kyle’s accident on lap 172, damaging the nose of his car. And Matt was involved in two large incidents, one involving the 2 and 41 cars, and another involving the 22.

Watch the controversial wreck with the 22 here:

 Team Interstate Martinsville Recap

This Week:
NASCAR goes to Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.

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Team Interstate: Kyle, Carl Advance Amid Talladega Pandemonium

October 26th, 2015 by
The No. 18 team performs a lightning-quick stop at Talladega. ©2015 Russell LaBounty, NKP

The No. 18 team performs a lightning-quick stop at Talladega.
©2015 Russell LaBounty, NKP

NASCAR fans playfully refer to Talladega as the “wild card” round of NASCAR’s playoffs, and Sunday’s race lived up to the name.

When the smoke cleared after a big wreck on a green-white-checkered finish, Team Interstate’s Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch had advanced to the next round in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, while Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth were eliminated from championship contention.

Carl led the team with a fifth-place finish in Sunday’s Campingworld.com 500, giving him plenty of points to advance to the next round. Kyle’s path wasn’t nearly as clear.

In the second – or Contender – round of the Chase, 12 drivers battle for eight spots.

Kyle has reason to smile after advancing to the Eliminator Round. ©2015 John Harrelson, NKP

Kyle Busch has reason to smile after advancing to the Eliminator Round. ©2015 John Harrelson, NKP

Kyle entered the final race of the round sitting six points away from the eighth spot – and his 11th-place finish Sunday driving the No. 18 M&M’s Halloween/Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry gave him just enough points to claim that eighth spot and advance to the Eliminator Round, which will begin next weekend at Martinsville Speedway.

The crash and ensuing chaos takes a toll on the drivers, no matter what the outcome.

“I’m pretty numb right now. I’m still trying to figure it out,” Kyle said. “I guess we’re eighth and we’ll move on, we’ll see the light of another day. We can be happy about that. This whole M&M’s team, everyone at Toyota, we all deserve it – Joe Gibbs Racing, they deserve it.”

After being wrecked as the leader with just a few laps remaining last week in Kansas, Matt needed to win Sunday’s race to advance to the next round. Denny entered the race with a healthy points cushion, but a problem with his roof hatch forced him to make several unscheduled pit stops and fall two laps behind the leader, leaving him a 37th-place finish.

Watch the wild finish below:

Team Interstate results - Talladega II 2015

This Week

NASCAR: Martinsville Speedway

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Interstate Batteries Team Members Show Servant’s Heart

October 21st, 2015 by

September 23 – October 14 marked Interstate Batteries‘ annual Volunteer Month at the Home Office in Dallas, where Team Members took time out of their work days to serve community organizations.

North Texas Food Bank

North Texas Food Bank logoOn Sept. 23, two Interstate groups, sporting their snappy gray Created to Serve T-shirts, boarded buses for the North Texas Food Bank.

The morning shift was presented with a few service options and combined forces with a couple of other companies that also were volunteering. One project was breaking down large bags of onions into more manageable family-sized 5-pound bags.

Interstate Batteries Team Member Keith Herod thrives on the aroma of onions.

Interstate Batteries Team Member Keith Herod thrives on the aroma of onions.

Typically, a four-hour shift sorting onions would be considered a mighty tearful event, but not for team member Keith Herod. Apparently, he thrives on the aroma of onions!

The afternoon volunteers formed an assembly line boxing single family meals. At the end of their shift, they had produced four pallets of meal boxes stacked high. More than 300 boxes packed with nutritious food items will provide 5,490 meals to local families in need.

Both groups said it was a great volunteer experience, and everyone left with their Servant’s Hearts brimming with Fun, Team and lots of Love.

Buckner Center

Bickner CenterAt the Buckner Center on Sept. 29, volunteers found themselves elbows deep into sorting and tagging shoes for children and adults in need through Shoes for Orphan Souls®. Many of the kids who receive shoes will now be allowed to attend school for the first time. And the illnesses and diseases avoided when children are no longer barefoot is significant, thanks to this organization.

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Brother Bill's Helping hand logoBrother Bill’s Helping Hand allowed TMs to get in touch with their Servant’s Hearts and take a trip down memory lane (that is, if you ever worked in a grocery store). On Oct. 7, Team Members were busy stocking, bagging and carrying out groceries for clients in need.

Volunteers got to interact directly with customers in Brother Bill’s Grocery store – stocking the shelves, assisting shoppers, bagging up orders and enjoying each other’s company during the process. Interstaters were surprised to see a fully functional clinic, staffed by local doctors who volunteer their time. The clinic at Brother Bill’s provides a range of services from well-woman visits to parenting classes.

Reach4Hope

The final volunteer opportunity was the Reach4Hope bike assembly on Oct. 14, where Team Members assembled 89 bicycles for students at the organization’s Homework Center. David Reach4Hope Homework CenterTyler single-handedly fixed eight bikes that arrived broken and would have been returned at additional cost, if not for his epic wrench-wrangling and torque-tightening skillset.

The team also put together toiletry kits, including soap, toothbrushes, bandages and hand sanitizers for backpacks.

A big, warm thanks goes out to all who participated this year. Check out the video above on all the events and see those Servant’s Hearts beating proud.

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He’s a Contender! Kyle Busch Takes 2nd, Advances in Chase

October 6th, 2015 by

All of Team Interstate in Chase Contender Round

Kyle Busch leads Matt Kenseth at Dover. © 2015 Nigel Kinrade NKP

Kyle Busch leads Matt Kenseth at Dover. © 2015 Nigel Kinrade NKP

All eyes were on the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry through the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway Sunday as driver Kyle Busch delivered a strong performance to qualify for the second round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.

Kyle Busch's helmet rests on top of the car before Sunday's race. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker NKP

Kyle Busch’s helmet rests on top of the car before Sunday’s race. ©2015 Matthew T. Thacker NKP

Small adjustments from crew chief Adam Stevens, a two-tire stop and even two restarts in the last 100 laps gave Kyle every advantage. However, nothing could derail Kevin Harvick from finishing in Victory Lane.

“I just can’t say enough about my team first of all, everyone on this whole Interstate Batteries Camry team – they did a great job for me and gave me a great piece with the limited amount of time in practice that we had and the conditions of practice that we had,” Kyle said, referring to the rain-out conditions that canceled qualifying and led to shortened practice sessions.

Kyle’s strong second-place finish cemented his spot in the Contender round of the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup. In fact, after Dover, all four Joe Gibbs Racing teams locked into the next round of Chase races. The three-race round starts at Charlotte Motor Speedway next week.

“Adam did a great job guessing right and giving me a really great race car for today to run up front like we did. It was fun. We did our job. We had a second-place car today and we finished second, nothing to hang our heads about there. [Harvick] was lightning fast today; no catching those guys.”

Results from Dover International Speedway. Image copyright 2015 NKP.

The Chase Goes On: Contender Round

This was the first elimination race of the Chase. Some drivers set aside their Chase hopes after Dover, including Jimmie Johnson and Clint Bowyer.

The continuing drivers, including Kyle, Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards, all get their respective points set to 3,000 and they start anew with three races Charlotte, Kansas and Talladega. The top eight drivers then advance to the Eliminator round.

NASCAR Xfinity Series

Dover

  • No. 18 – Daniel Suarez – 10th
  • No. 20 – Denny Hamlin – 2nd
  • No. 54 – Kyle Busch – 3rd

This Week

  • NASCAR: Charlotte Motor Speedway

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Kyle Busch: Earning His Stripes

September 30th, 2015 by
Kyle Busch drives the Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. © 2015, Nigel Kinrade NKP

Kyle Busch drives the Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. © 2015 Nigel Kinrade NKP

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season heads to the 28th race of the season this weekend, one thing is for certain: Kyle Busch, crew chief Adam Stevens and the entire Interstate Batteries team have been “Outrageously Dependable” in the face of adversity.

Kyle Busch brings his Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry in for a pit stop at Dover last year. ©2014 Nigel Kinrade NKP

Kyle Busch brings his Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry in for a pit stop at Dover last year. ©2014 Nigel Kinrade NKP

So it’s only appropriate as the Sprint Cup competitors head to the third race in this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship playoffs  – Sunday’s AAA 400 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway – that Busch will have the Outrageously Dependable green-and-white-striped colors of Interstate Batteries along for the ride on his No. 18 Toyota.

There isn’t likely a team in the garage that has faced more adversity this season than the Interstate Batteries team. After losing Busch for the first 11 races after being injured on opening weekend at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, the No. 18 team rallied back in several ways. First, it brought home four wins over the summer months, along with rallying to make it into the top-30 in the driver standings, solidifying Busch’s spot in the 2015 Chase field.

After a solid ninth-place finish in the Chase opener two weeks ago at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, the next bit of adversity struck last week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. With Busch running in the top-10, a right-front-tire issue sent Busch into the outside SAFER barrier and eventually to the garage for repairs. The team returned to the track as quickly as possible, but the result was a disappointing 37th-place finish.

There is some good news on the horizon as the Interstate Batteries team heads to the first cutoff race of this year’s Chase. Busch will head to Dover – statistically one of his better tracks – in hopes of scoring a win, and thus an automatic bid to the Contender Round as one of the final 12 drivers left in NASCAR’s playoffs. However, Busch sits only one point out of the 12th and final transfer spot, so even a solid finish could vault him into the Contender Round that begins next weekend at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.

Dover is statistically one of Kyle Busch's better tracks. ©2014 Nigel Kinrade NKP

Dover is statistically one of Kyle Busch’s better tracks. ©2014 Nigel Kinrade NKP

The Dover stats for Busch and his Interstate Batteries team are impressive – two Sprint Cup wins, five NASCAR Xfinity Series wins and four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series wins. Busch has led 1,018 laps in his previous 21 Sprint Cup starts at Dover, an average of almost 50 per race.

Busch will look to finish what he started in his first trip this season to the “Monster Mile” back in June, when he had a strong run in just his second event back from injury. He ran third with 30 laps to go before an unfortunate incident with a lapped car caused an accident that ended his race early.

So, as Busch and his Interstate Batteries team try to advance to the next round of the Chase, they look to build on recent strong runs at Dover in hopes of closing the deal with their green-and-white-striped Interstate Batteries Camry Sunday afternoon on the Delmarva Peninsula. Busch and the No. 18 team will need to continue to earn their stripes in order to be a “contender” in the 2015 Chase following Sunday’s grueling 400-miler.

Kyle Busch in his Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry ©2014  Nigel Kinrade NKP

Kyle Busch in his Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry ©2014 Nigel Kinrade NKP

KYLE BUSCH, Driver of the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing:

 What will be the team’s goals this weekend at Dover?

We just need to execute as a team. Dover has been a good place for me. We ran really well there in June until we got in an accident late. I know Adam (Stevens, crew chief) and all the Interstate Batteries guys are working hard to have a good car off the truck and get us off to a strong start this weekend and, hopefully, we can finish off a strong run there this time.”

 What does it take to be successful at Dover?

“Dover, being a concrete track, is challenging. They’re all a challenge, but Dover is especially so, just because of the way you have to run around that place. The way tires sometimes wear out. The way the rubber gets put down there. You’ve got to be fast through the corner. Two-thirds of your lap time is through the turns rather than down the straightaway, so you definitely have to make sure you have a good-handling racecar – one that’s good in the beginning of the run on low air pressures and one that’s good at the end of the run on high air pressures, and even through traffic, too. Some of the most challenging times are when you’re trying to get through traffic with guys.”

Dover is the only high-banked concrete mile on the NASCAR circuit. ©2014, Nigel Kinrade NKP

Dover is the only high-banked concrete mile on the NASCAR circuit.
©2014, Nigel Kinrade
NKP

Do you enjoy racing at Dover?

“It’s definitely a fast racetrack. It’s a fun racetrack, too. It makes it interesting when you get to traffic, when you have to pass guys, when you’re kind of falling down into the hole and jumping back up out of the hole to the straightaways. It’ a good place to race. It’s a competitive racetrack and, when the rubber gets laid down, it definitely changes the whole atmosphere and the whole way you run around that place.”

Does going from concrete to asphalt change the way the car handles?

“We don’t run on an asphalt racetrack that’s banked like that or shaped like that. The mile tracks we go to that are asphalt are Phoenix and Loudon, and they are relatively flat. The concrete just changes the feel a little bit, of course, and changes the way you approach the racetrack, too.”

You have two Sprint Cup wins and a competitive history at Dover. What is your outlook with your history there?

“I love that place. It’s fun to race there and it’s a place I’m looking forward to going to with our Interstate Batteries Camry. I went there when I was 18 to race in the Xfinity Series for my first time. It will scare you the first time you race there. You carry so much speed at that racetrack and, for it to be a mile in length and for it to be concrete – concrete surfaces that we race on, anyway, are a little bit slick. It’s definitely a roller-coaster ride and you need to treat it like it’s fun and not to be scared of the place, I think, because you can get so much out of that place. There are two ways about it – you can probably be really, really good there, or really, really bad there. Some days you’re going to be better than others, obviously, with how you can get your car set up compared to the competition.”

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Team Interstate: Matt Wins; Kyle Faces Challenge

September 28th, 2015 by
Matt Kenseth celebrates his win at New Hampshire with his favorite battery. © 2015, Nigel Kinrade NKP

Matt Kenseth celebrates his win at New Hampshire with his favorite battery. © 2015, Nigel Kinrade NKP

An otherwise spectacular day for Team Interstate left Kyle Busch in danger of missing the next round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.

Matt Kenseth kept Team Interstate’s and Joe Gibbs Racing‘s momentum rolling by winning the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday. The win automatically advances Matt into the second round of the Chase with teammate Denny Hamlin, who won last week in Chicago. Denny finished Sunday’s race in second, while Carl Edwards finished fifth. Carl is third in the Chase points standings and is in great position to advance.

Kyle Busch drives his beat up Pedigree/Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry at New Hampshire. ©2015, Brett Moist NKP

Kyle Busch drives his beat up Pedigree/Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry at New Hampshire. ©2015, Brett Moist NKP

Kyle’s road to the next round isn’t as smooth. Despite running solidly in the top ten through the first half of the race, Kyle suddenly lost his right front tire on lap 160, sending him hard into the outside wall. The crash caused severe damage to the right side of his No. 18 Pedigree/Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry. Fast repair work by the crew put Kyle back on the track just 36 laps later, enabling him to earn a 37th-place finish.

Despite Sunday’s setback, Kyle is just one point behind 12th and two points out of 11th place in the standings heading to Dover this week. Only the top 12 teams in points will advance to the Contender Round of the Chase after Dover.

“We can just chalk up today as bad luck. It just wasn’t our day,” Kyle said.” I’ve got to thank my guys for working so hard all weekend on this Pedigree Toyota, especially in the garage today so I could get back out and earn as many points as possible. We’ll move onto Dover knowing we’ve got another shot at bringing home a good finish and hopefully advancing to the next round.”

Look for Kyle in the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry on Sunday.

Team Interstate results at New Hampshire, September 2015

Team Interstate proves dominant in 2015

With Sunday’s win, Team Interstate has won 13 of this season’s 28 points-paying races, including the last four straight. No other team has come close this season. The win breakdown by driver:

  • Matt Kenseth: 5
  • Kyle Busch: 4
  • Denny Hamlin: 2
  • Carl Edwards: 2

NASCAR Xfinity Series

Kentucky

  • 18 – Daniel Suarez – 23rd
  • 20 – Matt Tift – 10th
  • 54 – Erik Jones – 8th

This Week

Kyle Busch drives the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry.NASCAR: Dover International Speedway

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