FORT WORTH, Texas — Kurt Busch went faster than anyone has ever gone in NASCAR Cup qualifying on a 1?-mile track. While out of championship contention and uncertain whom he will drive for next season, he is still trying to win races. “The sensation of speed is, it’s unbelievable,” Busch said. Busch averaged a record 200.915 mph on his only lap in the final round of qualifying Friday at Texas Motor Speedway. The Stewart-Haas driver was in one of the five cars that broke the 200-mph mark, with Denny Hamlin qualifying second and the highest of the remaining championship contenders. “Development, that’s the biggest thing. That’s just the biggest thing,” Hamlin said, when asked about the high qualifying speeds. “And trust me, I don’t know of any driver that is comfortable running at the speed we’re running right now. Kevin Harvick walked by and as soon as that was over, he said, ‘I’m glad that is over.’ It’s crazy speed.” The…

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