Denny Hamlin would hold off Kurt Busch and Jeff Gordon to win the second Budweiser Duel as a wreck happened behind them after Johnson ran out of fuel.
Lap 1 Truex leads ahead of Jeff Gordon
Lap 2 Truex and Keselowski side-by-side for the lead down the backstretch.
Lap 3 Keselowski to the lead ahead of Truex
Lap 5 Keselowski leads as Hamlin and Gordon are side-by-side for second. Keselowski pulls ahead with Gordon and Edwards in toe.
Lap 8 Keselowski leads Edwards Gordon Scott
Lap 13 Keselowski leads Edwards Gordon Scott KuBusch Cassill Mears Regan Larson McMurray
Lap 17 Larson pulls out of line – McMurray goes by for ninth.
25 to go A whole whack of the field pit including leader Keselowski. He brings Edwards, Gordon, Johnson, McMurray, KuBusch off pit road. Hamlin leads
24 to go Hamlin heads down pit road with Mears
23 to go Keselowski too fast off pit road – he will have to serve a penalty. Hamlin keeps the lead.
22 to go McClure heads down pit road. Hamlin leads Keselowski (who needs to serve penalty), KuBusch, Gordon. Keselowski ducks down pit road to serve his penalty. Hamlin leads KuBusch and Gordon.
20 to go Hamlin leads as Gordon and Johnson run side-by-side for the lead. Keselowski got a flat tire while serving his penalty
19 to go Hamlin leads KuBusch and Gordon
15 to go Hamlin leads KuBusch Gordon Johnson McMurray
2 to go Mears, in a transfer spot, is out of gas.
Coming to the flag……big huge wreck. Truex, Johnson, McMurray, Bowyer, M Waltrip, Ragan, Edwards. Bowyer did a barrel roll in the air. Started due to contact with McMurray and Johnson; Johnson commented that he was out of fuel and trying to get out of the way.
Denny Hamlin crosses the finish line ahead of Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon and Paul Menard.