Last year, Kyle Busch dominated the Nationwide race at Kansas Speedway. But, with four laps remaining, teammate Joey Logano made the pass to get his victory. It would be the fifth time the teammates would finish 1-2 that season, with Logano winning four of them.
It was nearly a repeat of one year ago as Busch once again had the dominant car, leading the most laps. Then, once again, the closest rival he had would be his teammate.
Unfortunately, much like last year, Logano didn't go quietly. On the next-to-last restart, with just six laps remaining, Busch held the lead and chose the outside line as he did all afternoon. Logano ran Busch hard and up the hill through the first two corners, and got the lead out of the second turn.
When Aric Almirola wrecked in turn 3, Logano got the chance to control the restart, and he decided like his teammate to go to the outside line.
With a little help from Brad Keselowski, who restarted in fourth, Logano got the push and the lead. With that, Logano claimed his second victory of the season, and also allowed Toyota to clinch it's third consecutive Nationwide Series manufacturer's title.
Keselowski would pass Busch out of the fourth turn to claim second, with Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. completing the top-five.
It was not all good for Busch as during the middle portion of the race, he spun out while leading, claiming he was trying a different line. After the ensuing pit stop, his car got major loose and he would struggle to get to the front. His crew made changes and he was able to run right back to the front.
With his second-place finish, Keselowski now holds a 374-point lead over Carl Edwards heading into next week's race at California.
Coverage is on ESPN2 at 4 p.m. ET next Saturday.