The point never returned to green after Alex Bowman’s wreck in Turn 2.
Busch led every lap of this stage and held that a not quite 3-second lead over Clint Bowyer when the care has been displayed. Kevin Harvick finished third, Martin Truex Jr. was fourth and Denny Hamlin completed the top-five.
Additionally collecting stage points were Ryan Newman, Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and Kurt Busch.
During the break between two 1 and 2, Kyle Busch elected to remain on the trail while the majority of the lead-lap cars chose to pit.
About the restart on Lap 84, Busch led the method adopted by Harvick, Hamlin and Bowyer. Ty Dillon has been the first car off pit-road one of those that pit.
With 55 laps remaining in the 2nd point, Kyle Busch maintained roughly a 1 minute lead over Bowyer. They were followed closely by Harvick and Truex.
Kyle Busch built a 1.7-second lead over Bowyer with 40 laps to go in the point. Harvick remained in third.
Keselowski had deciphered and tagged the wall in the first stage.
With 25 laps to go, Kyle Busch had enlarged his lead over Bowyer to more than 3.6 seconds.
On 140, Busch made little contact with the interior car of Daniel Suarez since he went three-wide together with William Byron, that was externally.
With five laps left in the stage, Kyle Busch still promised roughly a 3 minute lead over Bowyer. Harvick ran , Truex fourth and Hamlin completed the top-five.
On 148, Bowman spun and hit the Turn 2 wall that caused a warning. It appeared the race would not return to green before the conclusion of this stage.