Las Vegas native Kyle Busch came home today to promote the upcoming NASCAR Weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and also walked off with another victory.

Busch, the winner of last year's Shelby American NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at LVMS, participated in a morning radio station tour before heading to HobbyTown USA to race radio-controlled (a.k.a. "RC") cars in the hobby shop's parking lot. He drove an RC car painted by HobbyTown USA's Brad Mitchell to match his No. 18 M&M's Toyota in a four-car, five minute race and lapped the field en route to victory.

Busch certainly was no stranger to the HobbyTown USA store - he and his brother, Kurt, used to race RC cars there and Kyle also was an employee a decade ago.

"I used to ride my bike to work here every day," mused Kyle. "It's nice to be able to drive here. Coming here brings back many good memories. I'm in Las Vegas today to do whatever I can to promote Las Vegas Motor Speedway's NASCAR Weekend."

Busch scored four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victories in 2009 (including Las Vegas) and recently extended his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing.

Tickets for the Feb. 28 Shelby American NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Feb. 27 Sam's Town 300 for the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the fabulous Neon Garage fan experience may be purchased by calling the LVMS ticket office at (702) 644-4444 or online at Follow LVMS on Facebook and Twitter.

HobbyTown USA RC car race results: 1. Kyle Busch, 2. Johnny Sutherland, 3. Jason Stone, 4. Brad Mitchell.