That Joe Gibbs Racing would win was never in question. Logano led the most laps even though Busch led the last one. These two drivers were the class of the field.
The remainder of the drivers was left to fight for third on back and Brad Keselowski was best in class. With a third in the Camping World RV Sales 200, he posted his fifth consecutive finish of third or better and that makes him the hottest driver on the circuit. Mike Bliss and Kevin Harvick rounded out the top five.
Jason Leffler has his own streak going and he barely extended it this week. With a 10th-place finish at New Hampshire, he posted his 11th consecutive top-10 finish. He almost saw that streak end, however. On the final lap teammates Brian Vickers and Scott Speed got into a tangle that saw Vickers fall out of the top-10 on the final lap.
Results, with average finish
|16||14||Scott Lagasse Jr||200||Running||28.00|
|25||30||Ken Butler III||196||Running||25.00|
|26||39||Danny O'Quinn Jr||196||Running||25.67|
|28||36||John Wes Townley||196||Running||28.00|
|29||25||Bobby Hamilton Jr||196||Running||12.38|
|36||32||Mark Green||23||Start and Park||27.43|
|37||33||Derrike Cope||19||Start and Park||29.71|
|38||29||Travis Kittleson||13||Start and Park||38.00|
|39||27||Kevin Lepage||13||Start and Park||20.00|
|40||22||Casey Atwood||8||Start and Park||23.14|
|41||19||Kelly Bires||4||Start and Park||29.00|
|42||37||Willie Allen||3||Start and Park||42.00|
|43||17||Johnny Chapman||2||Start and Park||37.00|
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