The NASCAR Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway as it happened

KANSAS CITY, KS - OCTOBER 18: Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, makes contact with Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 Dollar General Toyota, during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway on October 18, 2015 in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, KS - OCTOBER 18:  Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, makes contact with Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 Dollar General Toyota, during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway on October 18, 2015 in Kansas City, Kansas.  (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, KS – OCTOBER 18: Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, makes contact with Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 Dollar General Toyota, during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway on October 18, 2015 in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)

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.

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