There were good vibes all around Kyle Busch (right) at Texas Motor Speedway last weekend. After winning his 10th Nationwide race of the season on Saturday, tying the record set in 1983 by two-time circuit champion Sam Ard, the 23-year-old driver provided the most gracious act of the year. Busch paid tribute to Ard—now 69, suffering from Alzheimer's disease and struggling financially—by dedicating his win to Ard and declaring that he will donate $100,000 to help pay for the ailing man's care. The next day Busch finished sixth in the Cup race and moved up to 10th in the Chase standings, putting him in position to be invited to New York City after the season for NASCAR's annual Champions Week celebration early next month. That's only fitting, given the great season Busch has had.