Kyle Busch has been making history his entire career. When he was a rookie on the Sprint Cup circuit in 2005, he became the youngest driver (at 20 years, 125 days) to win a race in NASCAR's highest series. Last Saturday night at Bristol, Busch (below)—currently third in the Cup standings—added to his already impressive résumé, becoming the first driver in history to win a race in the Truck series, the Nationwide Series and the Cup series in the same race week. It was the equivalent of a baseball player homering in consecutive at bats in Double A, Triple A and the majors in the course of four days. Said Busch as he celebrated on Saturday night, "I'm out of breath. I've been screaming [over the roar of my engine] the whole time."