FONTANA, Calif. — If Kyle Busch brings his landmark 200th victory across ’s three significant series this weekend at Southern , don’t expect him to do much to observe the achievement.

“Maybe a hat or something in Victory Lane,” Busch said Friday, his indifference obvious in his voice. “Other than this, we proceed on into the following one.”

Even though he’s remarks concerning his place in history, Busch allows others to debate it after his victory odometer rolls up to zeros and then he ties Richard Petty’s career wins markers.

The 33-year-old Busch came at Auto Club Speedway in no way to accomplish much dependence on the racing career still in the prime, even while others debate the need for the list he is very likely to shirt so on.

“We are entered in both races (at Fontana). We all come out here and make an attempt to do the best we can to win. I’m certainly not likely to sandbag a throw or race away a race to attempt and win 200 at a Cup race. That is not my way of considering things.”

After he transferred into the brink of this album by sweeping two races at Phoenix last weekend, Busch could tie Petty’s markers right as Saturday within his prominent Xfinity Series car.

Or maybe not, depending on how you quantify it, needless to say.

Busch has spoken all before. He said he does not believe his wins to become add up to Petty’s achievements solely on top level, but he also realizes Petty did not face the exact degree of competition in a number of his own Cup races as Busch faces weekly.