Dover International Speedway - Dover, DE
Sunday, September 29, 2:15 pm ET
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And with the result, Keselowski also takes over the championship points lead.
CHECKERED FLAG - BRAD KESELOWSKI WINS! This is Keselowski's ninth career Sprint Cup Series win and fifth of the season.
WHITE FLAG - Keselowski leads.
Radio chatter with four laps remaining: No. 48 crew chief Knaus saying back it down
Five laps remaining: Brad Keselowski leads!
Lap 394: Jeff Gordon passes Jimmie Johnson for second!
Lap 390: Denny Hamlin pits for fuel. Brad Keselowski will take the lead - does he have enough fuel?
Lap 389: Kyle Busch pits from the lead. Denny Hamlin takes the top spot - but he doesn't have enough fuel.
Lap 385: 15 laps remaining, most of the leaders questioning if they have enough fuel or not - but back in fifth place Jeff Gordon definitely has enough to go the whole way.
Radio chatter on Lap 378: "I've gone five laps without saving, so we're not going to make it," Busch said. Rogers: we weren't going to make it any way
Lap 374: Clnit Bowyer pits for fuel and two-tires.
Lap 369: Denny Hamlin on the charge now - he's not in fuel conservation mode. Closing on leader Kyle Busch.
Lap 363: And Kahne's team missed a lugnut, so he'll have to come back in to pit road. Tough luck for the Chaser.
Lap 363: Kasey Kahne pits with an apparent wheel issue.
Lap 355: And as if on cue, Kyle Busch takes the lead from Jimmie Johnson.
Radio chatter on Lap 355: Chad Knaus: We need to start thinking what we want to do...start saving and make it or give up track position and pit under green...Knaus said if they start saving they'll have to go to 80 percent....
Lap 350: Mark Martin just passed Bowyer for P8
Radio chatter on Lap 348: Tony Stewart: "I don't have any right rear grip"
Radio chatter on Lap 347: Bowyer "I'm loose as (expletive)"
Lap 343: Brad Keselowski has a car to run with the leaders, but he's in fuel conservation mode right now.
Lap 335: Matt Kenseth back out on track after spending time in the garage.
Lap 328: No. 48 spotter Earl Barban - "Nice, you found something there...three back"
Lap 324: Kyle Busch gets to the inside of Jimmie Johnson, but he can't make the pass!
RESTART - Lap 321: Jimmie Johnson leads. Kyle Busch, Hamlin, Keselowski and Bowyer are your top five.
Radio chatter on Lap 319: No. 11 crew chief Darian Grubb says they'll need a splash and go at some point...Hamlin says no crazy strategy...
Radio chatter on Lap 318: Kenseth: "Thanks, thank you. Think you could fix this thing right? You trying to kill me again?"
Lap 318: Martin Truex Jr. gets the lucky dog free pass. He'll restart 10th.
Lap 318: Kasey Kahne, Jeff Gordon among those that pit for fuel - although Kahne also gets tires too.
Radio chatter on Lap 315: Every crew chief yelling "save fuel"
CAUTION - Lap 315: Matt Kenseth spun in Turn 4 and hits the inside wall.
RESTART - Lap 314: Jimmie Johnson, who only took two tires, is in the lead. Kyle Busch is second.
Radio chatter on Lap 314: Bowyer is told to save fuel. Bowyer replies, "Say what?"
Radio chatter on Lap 314: No. 5 car is 12 short according to crew chief Kenny Francis
Radio chatter on Lap 312: No. 11 crew chief Darian Grubb says 8-10 laps short.
Lap 311: Lead lap cars come to pit road under the caution. Likely not the last stop, but some will try to stretch it.
Lap 310: Mark Martin will get the lucky dog free pass and get back on the lead lap.
CAUTION - Lap 309: Matt Kenseth bounces off the wall. Looks like a track bar came off the car.
Lap 301: Green flag pit stops have started.
Radio chatter on Lap 299: Knaus tells Johnson "looking for another tenth" P2
Radio chatter on Lap 298: No. 48 crew chief Chad Knaus: "Nice job Jimmie, get a deep breath and focus ahead of us."
Lap 291: Kyle Busch now behind lap-down traffic, could allow Jimmie Johnson and others to catch him.
Lee Spencer reports on Lap 288: Crew chiefs for 99 and 24 say they can finish the race on one more stop
Radio chatter on Lap 285: Clint Bowyer's spotter: You're good in three and four give us a better one and two
Lap 276: Now Jimmie Johnson gets on the inside of Kyle Busch - battle for the lead!
Lee Spencer notes on Lap 275: Kyle Busch using a lower line between Turns 1 and 2
Lap 274: Kyle Busch's lead is now just two-car lengths. Jimmie Johnson could be the first real competition Kyle has had all day.
Radio chatter on Lap 273: Chad Knaus: "Make sure you're not killing the rears (tires), you're doing a great job"
Lap 262: Jimmie Johnson, eight-tenths off the pace, is running the fastest laps on the track.
Lap 256: Only a handful of laps after the restart, Kyle Busch already pulls away from the rest of the pack by over one second.
RESTART - Lap 252: Kyle Busch leads. Johnson, Keselowski, Hamlin and Gordon are your top five. Kasey Kahne got the lucky dog free pass and will restart eighth - last car on lead lap.
Radio chatter on Lap 250: Letarte to Junior: "Other than the lap we lost on pit road, you've been money"
Lap 248: Leaders coming down pit road for service. Kyle Busch comes in and out in first place, followed by Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin.
CAUTION - Lap 246: Debris in Turn 3
Lap 242: Keselowski is slowly reeling in Jimmie Johnson - this could be real interesting.
Lap 241: This is the most laps Kyle Busch has led in any one race this season. He led 118 laps at Kentucky.
Radio chatter on lap 224: Junior says the car is rolling good through the corners
Lap 219: Cars starting to stream down pit road for service during green flag runs.
Radio chatter on Lap 210: Hamlin says "I need tires or something"
Lap 203: Oh by the way, Jimmie Johnson is now right on Denny Hamlin's bumper and ready to fight for second place.
Lap 200: After the stop, Biffle drops to 27th, 3 laps down. His flickering Chase hopes will definitely take a beating if things don't change today.
Lap 195: Greg Biffle pits. He was close to breaking into the top 10 before the stop.
Lap 188: Oh by the way, Kyle Busch stormed back to the lead again and is pulling away
Radio chatter on Lap 184: Dale Jr.: "I hate that we got caught by that caution...I just thought this car was going to suck -- and it didn't -- that was going to be the worst thing ever..."
RESTART - Lap 183: Hamlin leads. Kyle Busch, Johnson, Gordon and Bowyer are top five.
Radio chatter on Lap 182: The No. 11 team added a little tape to the front of the car...Darian Grubb says his left tires showed "zero wear"
Lap 181: The pit stall helped Hamlin take the lead - but so did only taking 2 tires. He's the only one to go with only 2 on this pit stop.
Lap 181: Leaders come down pit road for service. Kyle Busch comes in first, but Denny Hamlin takes advantage of his pit stall (No. 1) and takes the lead!
Radio chatter on Lap 180: No. 88 crew chief Steve Letarte says he doesnt want the wave around...going to wait for lucky dog
CAUTION - Lap 177: Debris in Turn 3. Seventh-place Carl Edwards gets the lucky dog free pass and will get back on the lead lap.
Lap 175: Jimmie Johnson is running in third, but be certain the leaders are aware of his position. Johnson won at the track in June and has a worst finish of ninth in his last four Dover races. He swept the races at the track in 2009 and 2002. In Chase races at the track, he has finishes of second, first, first, fifth, 14th, 13th, first and 10th.
Lap 173: Former Cup champion Matt Kenseth goes down two laps (Running 15th).
Lap 171: Kyle Busch keeping the torrid pace after the pit stops, he's close to putting seventh-place Carl Edwards and sixth-place Brad Keselowski a lap down.
Lee Spencer notes on Lap 162: Kyle Busch just put defending champion Tony Stewart down two laps
Lap 161: Sam Hornish back in the pits. Hethought he had an issue with the left front tire
Lap 155: Top five after this round of green flag pit stops - Kyle Busch, Hamlin, Johnson, Gordon and Bowyer.
Radio chatter on Lap 154: Grubb to Hamlin: "You're doing an awesome job...tires and everything look real good"
Lap 151: Brad Keselowski pits, will give the lead back to Kyle Busch.
Lap 149: Bowyer pits, Brad Keselowski assumes the point position.
Lap 148: Jeff Gordon pits, Clint Bowyer assumes the lead.
Lap 147: Race leader Kyle Busch pits. Jimmie Johnson also in. Jeff Gordon is your new race leader.
Lap 145: Joey Logano, winner of yesterday's Nationwide Series race, is one of the drivers on pit road right now.
Lap 144: No. 13 penalized for speeding on pit road.
Lap 142: Pit stops are really kicking in now, Kevin Harvick among those on pit road right now.
Lap 141: Denny Hamlin is trying to beat history at Dover. In his last three races at the track, he has a top finish of 16th.
Lap 139: Kyle Busch last won at Dover in May 2010. Since then, he has three finishes of sixth or better, and one DNF (29th in June).
Lap 136: We are seeing some cars trickle onto pit road.
Lee Spencer says on Lap 132: Kyle Busch is finally able to get around the lapped No. 43 car, but it took him a while to do it - which allowed teammate Denny Hamlin to catch up. Busch is racing for the win, Almirola is racing fo his job "Is he on the lead lap?" Busch asks.
Lap 123: Because of the really weird circumstances, we continue to have just seven cars on the lead lap - but what a lineup of drivers in the top 7: Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer, Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards.
Lap 111: Kyle Busch puts Ricky Stenhouse Jr. two laps down.
Radio chatter on Lap 108: Dale Earnhardt Jr. says his right rear is skatey ... the middle groove is better for him.
Lap 107: Denny Hamlin has put some distance on Jimmie Johnson while Kyle Busch is comfortably in the lead.
Lap 101: Denny Hamlin is suddenly feeling some heat. Instead of challenging Kyle Busch for the lead, he is being pushed by Jimmie Johnson for second.
Lap 99: Kasey Kahne passes Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the frontstretch. He is now in the free-pass spot.
Lap 96: Kasey Kahne is trying the high line to get around Dale Earnhardt Jr. They are running eighth and ninth.
Lap 94: Denny Hamlin trails Kyle Busch by three-tenths of a second.
Lap 92: Denny Hamlin, in second, is running the fastest laps on the track.
Lap 90: Dale Earnhardt Jr. moves to ninth, and into the free-pass spot.
Lap 88: Dale Earnhardt Jr. moves into the top 10.
Lap 84: Kyle Busch has a half-second lead over his teammate. Busch, who failed to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup this season, is seeking his second victory of the year.
Lap 79: Kyle Busch once more pulls away with the lead.
RESTART: Lap 77 - Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin lead the field to the green. Eight cars are now on the lead lap.
Radio chatter on Lap 74: Jeff Gordon: 260 water temperature, chassis adjustment on pit stop. Gordon was a little loose on the last run. Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s team took half-round of wedge out of the 88.
Lap 73: Kyle Busch holds the lead through the pit sequence.
Lap 72: The six lead-lap cars pit.
Radio chatter on Lap 71: Kyle Busch: "I don't understand why they're keeping it closed, it makes no sense to me."
Lap 71: 6 drivers on lead lap: Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski.
Radio chatter on Lap 70: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: "It's pretty loose on and off, it's pretty weird. ... Sometimes it's just right."
Lap 70: Bobby Labonte will get the free pass.
Lap 69: Dale Earnhardt Jr. drove through pit road because of the caution. Ryan Newman, Marcos Ambrose and Kasey Kahne were on pit road. Earnhardt Jr. still lost a lap.
CAUTION 1 - Lap 69: J.J. Yeley blows a tire.
Lap 68: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahne among those pitting.
Lap 67: Sam Hornish Jr., Greg Biffle, Regan Smith, Juan Pablo Montoya, Mark Martin, Martin Truex Jr., Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards among those pitting.
Lap 66: Kevin Harvick pits.
Lap 65: Matt Kenseth pits.
Lap 62: T.J. Bell pits.
Radio chatter on Lap 60: Jimmie Johnson says loose on exit.
Lap 59: Brad Keselowski, in sixth, runs the fastest lap on the track.
Lap 58: Kyle Busch laps Tony Stewart; Joe Nemechek pits.
Lap 57: Mark Martin moves into the top 10.
Lap 57: Michael McDowell to the garage.
Lap 53: Michael McDowell pits.
Lap 51: Josh Wise to pit road; Joe Nemechek to the garage.
Lap 49: Kyle Busch is in command at Dover right now. In 15 Dover starts, Busch has two wins. He has nine top-10 finishes, seven of them top fives. He has an average finish of 14.333 and has led 448 laps at the track.
Lap 48: Scott Speed to the garage.
Lap 46: Danica Patrick is now two laps down.
Lap 43: Kyle Busch, now leading by just over a second, is turning the fastest laps on the track.
Lap 39: Once in clean air, the leader seems able to pull away. Busch has just shy of a half-second lead over his teammate Denny Hamlin already.
Lap 36: Kyle Busch has two wins to his credit at Dover.
Lap 35: NEW LEADER - Kyle Busch takes the lead from teammate Denny Hamlin.
Lap 30: Dave Blaney to the garage.
Lap 28: Scott Riggs is in the garage.
Lap 26: Denny Hamlin continues to set a hot pace early. Now 34 cars remain on the lead lap, with Danica Patrick in 36th.
Lap 25: Greg Biffle comes back around Jimmie Johnson in lapped traffic, then Johnson retakes the spot.
Lap 24: Jimmie Johnson has passed Greg Biffle for sixth.
Lap 22: 10 Chase drivers are among the top 15, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart are 19th and 24th, respectively.
Radio chatter on Lap 21: Tony Stewart reporting tight in the center, loose on the exit.
Lap 20: Reed Sorenson to the garage.
Lap 19: Jeff Gordon, now in fourth, is the fastest on the track.
Lap 16: Denny Hamlin is starting to lap the field. He just put the No. 23 a lap down.
Radio chatter on Lap 12: Spotter Brett Griffin tells Clint Bowyer not to worry, the best two cars are in front of him and behind him.
Lap 12: Kyle Busch, in third, runs the fastest lap on the track.
Lap 11: Jeff Gordon moves to fifth.
Lap 10: Denny Hamlin has a 1.603-second lead over Clint Bowyer.
Lap 8: This is only the second time that Denny Hamlin has led laps at Dover in the last 10 starts.
Lap 6: Denny Hamlin is pulling away from the field from his pole position start.
Radio chatter on Lap 2: Tony Stewart: "Just bear with me guys, I have to relearn this place and I have 400 laps to do. I'm going to find it today, I'm just going to need a little time to sort it out, I'll find it."
Lap 1: Denny Hamlin storms out to the lead. Hamlin is looking to improve on his past performances at Dover. In 13 starts at the track, Hamlin has yet to win. He has an average finish of 20.462 at Dover.
Green flag! Denny Hamlin and Clint Bowyer lead the field.
Prerace radio chatter: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: "Let's have a safe day on pit road, y'all be careful."
Prerace radio chatter: Crew chief Darian Grubb to polesitter Denny Hamlin: "Just execute like we've been doing...Denny, good luck today."
Prerace radio chatter: Crew tells Clint Bowyer that his tach should read 3600, second gear coming to the pits. ... Hamlin's crew said 3,500.
2:14 p.m. ET: Cars are rolling as drivers prepare to start the race.
Prerace chatter: Word in the NASCAR Sprint Cup garage is the favorites today are Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer and Kasey Kahne.
2:10 p.m. ET: Engines are fired.
David Gilliland will go to the back of the pack at the start for a transmission change.
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