Busch had to create several cubes about the final of the 60 laps to remain front but was able to grab his first stage win of this 20-19 season.
Also amassing stage points were Denny Hamlin, Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Erik Jones.
William Byron, the pole-winner, led the first two laps, until Ricky Stenhouse Jr. — with all the main point here — transferred out to the front.
On Lap 6, Matt DiBenedetto got around Stenhouse to Get the lead with some aid from Martin Truex Jr..
On Lap 1-5, most of Ford cars chosen to pit with all taking gas-only in order to make it into the close of the stage.
Five cars pit 17 since DiDenedetto continued to lead the way in advance.
On Lap 1 9, Corey LaJoie lost a right-front bike that introduced a warning as seven cars were going down pit road. Five of these continued to drive through the pits.
The remaining cars who had perhaps not pit picked to under the caution, which turned the race lead up to Stenhouse over the restart on Lap 25.
Michael McDowell was penalized for speeding on pit road throughout the stops along with Daniel Hemric was penalized for pitting too early.
With 30 laps to go at the point, Stenhouse remained out front, followed by Harvick, Almirola and four other Fords.
Kyle Busch transferred from the lead, running the most important thing, on Lap 35 together with Hamlin in tow .
Kyle Busch remained out front followed Bowman and by Hamlin.
Ahead of the onset of the race, the two cars of Kyle Larson and Casey Mears had to start from the back because of transmission fluctuations and McMurray had to proceed to the rear because of gear shift.