Matt Kenseth escaped the “Big One’ for the win as Tony Stewart flipped down the track. As Smoke flipped he took with him all of the chase contenders except Kenseth who won and Jeff Gordon. The contenders that were involved some of the finished most of them didn’t, but here they are anyway, Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Kasey Kahne, Clint Bowyer, Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Greg Biffle. Of those drivers involved Keselowski, and Biffle were the only two to cross the finish line. For anyone who knows me, you know I am a huge Stewart fan and stand behind him 100 precent. So it should come as no surprise to you when I say, that as he came out of the infield medical center and admitted that the accident was his fault I liked to have passed out.

On to something else. Kurt Busch took his last ride with the Phoenix team. He will race in charlotte next weekend in the number 78, with Furniture Row Racing, taking the place of Regan Smith. Smith will be racing the number 51 for Phoenix in Charlotte. So far this is a one race deal for Smith.

Bass Pro Shops has announced that they will be sponsoring 18 races on Tony Stewart’s number 14.

Results for Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500

1. Matt Kenseth

2. Jeff Gordon

3. Kyle Busch

4. David Ragan

5. Regan Smith

6. Greg Biffle

7. Brad Keselowski

8. Travis Kvapil

9. Ryan Newman

10. Jeff Burton


Standings after Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500

1. Brad Keselowski

2. Jimmie Johnson -14

3. Denny Hamlin -23

4. Kasey Kahne -36

5. Clint Bowyer -40

6. Jeff Gordon -42

7. Tony Stewart -46

8. Martin Truex Jr. -48

9. Kevin Harvick -49

9. Greg Biffle -49

11. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -51

12. Matt Kenseth -62


Chase Contenders not finishing in the top 10 were, Kevin Harvick he placed 11th; Kasey Kahne he placed 12th; Martin Truex Jr. he placed 13th; Denny Hamlin he placed 14th; Jimmie Johnson he finished 17th; Dale Earnhardt Jr. he placed 20th; Tony Stewart he placed 22nd and Clint Bowyer he placed 23rd.