In this race past year, Busch started from the rear for unapproved adjustments and led 32 laps to claim the win.
"It was really just more congestion", Harvick said.
"Short tracks, I think it's fine", Jones said.
"As you look at this place, this is really one of those places where you kind of have to go off of what happened last time", Harvick said.
In 2019 Busch acquired his first win at ISM Raceway, and this is what qualified him for the 16-driver, 1o-race playoffs in the fall.
Truex led a race-high 186 laps (of 400) on the way to his 20th career-series win and 18th victory in a Toyota Camry.
In a race to see who could preserve their auto best, Truex outlasted Bowyer and then held off a four-lap charge by Joey Logano to win the NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night.
Nascar is only 8 out of 36 races and Busch is on a pace to win at least 13 runs and as he says he has great hope of winning more races because the year has been successful. "That's a little frustrating, but when you're frustrated with second, that's a good sign". I've always really enjoyed this track. TOYOTA OWNERS 400 - to win here in a Toyota was huge. He was never able to make back up front to challenge for the lead.
The Busch Pole Award was Harvick's third at Richmond, his second of the season and the 27th of his career, setting up a showdown with the Joe Gibbs Racing and Team Penske cars that have monopolized Victory Lane in the first eight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events of the season. "I could just roll out, and here it doesn't benefit you to wait so you just roll out and get your lap in".
As a result, NASCAR disqualified their qualifying speeds, sending them to the rear of the field, disallowed their pit stall selection and ejected one engineer from each team for the race.
Contact with Daniel Hemric early in the second stage gave Larson a tire rub and when he got back up to speed after stopping under green, the rub continued and he hit the Turn 1 wall on just the 127th lap of the night.
No racing next week for the Easter break. We lost the lead there on a pit stop. We had a decent green-flag cycle that got us up again ... and then we reeled in the 19 (Truex) and the 14 (Bowyer) from pretty far back. Besides his success in the Cup series, Busch has started four races in the Truck series and won them all, and won three of four Xfinity races.
Kyle Busch finished eighth to push his top-10 streak to 11 races.