Busch lasted his top-10 finish streak finishing seventh while Larson picked up his very initial top-10 (sixth place) as Daytona while the duo brought home the very best joint finish for the team so far this year.
Larson, that scored back-to-back 12th-place finishes on the previous two races, was happy to get to the front of the field on Sunday.
“Yeah, it was a clean afternoon for people, so I was happy about this,” said Larson. “’d some great re-starts that kept us in the game. We worked on our balance all through the race, so tried to free it up and got too free and then had to return back on adjustments to tighten up us.
“Thus, yeah ahead off with a West is fine after the previous couple of weeks we’ve had of just making mistakes and even this week we left a major mistake in qualifying, but thankfullywe were able to work through it.
After struggling on pit road and on a couple of restarts, Busch was happy to still be able to bring home his third successive top-10 finish with his brand new team.
“We had to battle hard with this particular one. We didn’t really good on pit road and we didn’t do good on restarts, but over all it was fine to have a research on some looseness and regeneration in a quick track and acquire more notes under our belt.
“This is key for me personally and Matt McCall (crew leader ).
The former NASCAR Cup Series champion said he was glad to have the ability race front with Larson and also produce the very best day of the season up to now Ganassi.
“Awesome, fun, running with Larson,” Busch added. “The two folks got a pretty good read each other on when we have been holding each other up or if we’re helping one another and at the end they told me I was going about a lap shy on gas, therefore I had to rescue and I just let Larson go and it worked outside.
“To possess two Ganassi cars sixth and seventh, top Chevys which is great stuff.