Joey, in his #20 Home Depot Toyota, battled with his mentor Mark Martin for the last few laps and at the end nudged Mark out of the way for the pass that led him to victory. It was a well earned win and his second in the Cup series. His first win was back in 2009 at a rain shortened event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Joey has been doing much better this year with a few wins in Nationwide and good finishes in Cup. This win will get him closer to a shot to make the Chase for the first time in his career. We wish you luck Joey!
Justin Wilson took the checkered flag after starting only 17th in the field. With two laps leader Graham Rahal slide wide on turn 4 and contacted the wall – it was just enough for Justin to pull past him on the back straight. Justin held the lead for the last 1.5 laps and Graham managed to hold on to his cobbled car to finish a frustrating second. This was justins as he went a bit too wide and contacted the wall in turn 4but in the end a error causing a crash by Graham Rahal in the 4th turn with two laps left opened the door to Justin. This was his first win on an oval and his first win since Watkins Glen in 2009. Justin uses a SCHROTH Formula belt with 2″ laps and double shoulder belts.