Joey Logano scored his fifth win of the year, grabbing the victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Hollywood 400 at Kansas Speedway Sunday on a green-white-checkered flag finish. It was a controversial finish that left several drivers in desperation mode. Here’s how it all went down Sunday at Kansas Speedway.
Brad Keselowski who won the pole on Friday but due to a NASCAR penalty from Charlotte had to wait until 42nd to choose his pit stall, led the field to the green, with Carl Edwards on the outside. Keselowski took a clear lead thanks to a push by Kyle Busch. Edwards was able to stay close and by the end of the lap one Edwards was second, Kyle Busch third. On lap 2 Edwards and Kyle Busch was side by side; Kevin Harvick was able to slip by Busch, took third, and was looking for second. Harvick got the spot on lap 5.
Joey Logano was the fastest mover early the only car running a line near the outer wall. MORE>>>
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