Kyle Busch not only took Indy by storm on Friday and Saturday, he took his dominance to a whole other level by winning Sunday to complete the sweep, as Jeff Gordon returned to the track as a substitute for Dale Earnhardt Jr. who's been pained with a concussion.

Mark it down as a historical achievement for Busch, who sat on the pole in both the Xfinity and Sprint Cup series races and won both of them.

Busch seems to be the man to beat yet again this year, after clawing his way to a championship last year.

Jeff Gordon returned during Junior's absence, finishing solidly in 13th. Tony Stewart's last race at the Brickyard could've gone much worse, as Smoke logged an eleventh place finish and took the ceremonial last lap with Gordon.

Next week, it's on to Pocono...