Tyler Reddick emerges as new Truck Series points leader RELATED: Full race results " Series standings LONG POND, Pa. -- As Kyle Busch sat sidelined with a broken right leg and left foot from February until May, the prevailing question was "When will he win again?" Now it's "Will he ever lose?" In a race that began with major drama and ended with three overtime periods, Busch took the checkered flag in Saturday's Pocono Mountains 150 at Pocono Raceway, winning in his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start since returning from the Feb. 21 accident at Daytona that kept him out of action. It was the fourth straight NASCAR national series victory for the driver of his own No. 51 Toyota. Busch won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on July 19 at New Hampshire and swept last weekend's XFINITY and Sprint Cup events at Indianapolis. On Sunday he will try for his fourth straight Cup victory in the Windows 10 400 at Pocono (1:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM). With his fuel cell running low, Busch had to survive three straight attempts at green-white-checkered-flag finishes, with accidents interrupting the first two. Finally, on Lap 69 -- 22.5 miles beyond the scheduled distance of 150 miles -- Busch crossed the finish line 1.225 seconds ahead of runner-up Kevin Harvick . The victory was Busch's first at Pocono in any series, and it marked the 10th straight year he has one at least one race in each of NASCAR's top three touring series. "It's great to win and put Toyota in Victory Lane," Busch said. "It's my first Pocono win as well, so that was cool." Busch was happy he got to watch the last few restarts in his rear view mirror, rather than through his windshield. "They weren't too bad from my seat, but it looked like, beyond me, it was crazy back there," Busch said. "I'm glad we were in a really good position." Behind Harvick, Tyler Reddick ran third and snatched the series lead from two-time defending champion Matt Crafton , who was embroiled in the early drama. Crafton and Brad Keselowski , Reddick's teammate and truck owner, were racing in close quarters on Lap 5 when Harvick took them three-wide to the inside. In what appeared to be a no-fault accident, the left-front of Keselowski's Ford snagged the right rear quarter of Crafton's Toyota. Both trucks smacked the outside wall. After repairs, Crafton finished 28th, 56 laps in arrears. While his crew was working on the Tundra, Crafton fumed, blaming Keselowski for the wreck to the point of accusing the 2012 Sprint Cup champion of deliberately trying to help Reddick win the Truck Series title. "I guess maybe he wants to win a championship with that 19 truck (Reddick)," Crafton said, vowing to prevent a Reddick championship from happening. "That's your Cup champion? That's pretty much an idiot." Keselowski dismissed Crafton's comments, asserting he wouldn’t want to win a title by wrecking an opponent. "I don’t know if I came down (the track) or he came up," Keselowski said. "It’s unfortunate ...These trucks are expensive, and they cost a lot to fix. I feel badly for Matt and his team, but I don't really know what (I could have done) differently." RELATED: Keselowski, Crafton lock horns Reddick leaves Pocono with an 11-point lead over Crafton. Polesitter Erik Jones , who battled Busch, his team owner, for most of the afternoon but was the victim of late contact that caused the fourth of five cautions, rallied to finish 10th and is third in the standings, 16 points behind Reddick. Cameron Hayley posted a career-best fourth-place finish, one spot ahead of last year's Pocono winner, Austin Dillon . Johnny Sauter , Timothy Peters , Matt Tifft , Daniel Hemric and Jones completed the top 10. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
See where drivers will pit for the Pocono Mountains 150 (1 p.m. ET, FS1) The Camping World Truck Series pit stall assignments are out for Saturday's Pocono Mountains 150 (1 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1, MRN, SiriusXM) and the 21 Means 21 Qualifying Pole Award winner Erik Jones chose the first pit stall off pit road. Jones chose a pit stall that has an empty space in front of him, as did Kyle Busch (stall 7), Austin Dillon (stall 12), Kevin Harvick (stall 17), John Hunter Nemechek (stall 22), John Wes Townley (stall 31) and Daniel Hemric (stall 37). Caleb Roark chose the first stall onto pit road (stall 40) with three empty spaces behind him. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
KBM trucks close behind in P2, P3 RELATED: Full practice results Defending race winner Austin Dillon snuck up the leaderboard late Friday afternoon to top Pocono Raceway's sole Camping World Truck Series practice ahaead of Saturday's Pocono Mountains 150 (1 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1). Dillon's best speed was a blistering 166.482 mph. Rookie Erik Jones was off Dillon's pace at 165.612 mph, followed closely by his boss and mentor, Kyle Busch , at 165.023 mph. Saturday's race will be Busch's first Truck Series start of the season, after a crash in the XFINITY Series opener at Daytona left him with injuries that sidelined him for several months. Timothy Peters (164.087 mph) was next on the leaderboard, followed by Johnny Sauter (164.045 mph) to round out the top five. Reigning Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick failed to enter the top 10, placing 12th on the charts at 163.245 mph. The practice was halted and the red flag displayed with a little more than 30 minutes left in the 2-hour, 25-minute session when Jennifer Jo Cobb 's No. 10 truck lost an engine and started billowing smoke. The green flag for Keystone Light Pole Qualifying drops at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday on FOX Sports 1. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about his driver Regan Smith winning the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway
Regan Smith holds of Kyle Larson for the win in the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
Paul Menard talks about his third place finish in the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
Regan Smith talks about his second win of the season for JR Motorsports in the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday.
Regan Smith wins the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
Kyle Larson talks about his second place finish in the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
After Race 12 of the 2015 season at Pocono Raceway