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Photo Credit: Charlotte Motor Speedway
- Pole Position: Austin Dillon
- 5 Sprint Cup Series regulars in the race: Kyle Busch, Kasey Kahne, Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth
- Points Leader Regan Smith headed into Charlotte with 7 straight Top-10 finishes
Green Flag: Pole Sitter Austin Dillon chooses the outside lane and leads the first lap followed by Busch and Brian Scott.
Lap 2: Kyle Busch takes the lead.
Lap 7: Kyle Busch puts a large gap between 2nd place Joey Logano and it keeps growing.
Lap 9: The No16 of Chris Buescher gets loose and slaps the wall, race stays green.
Lap 18: Brian Vickers gets around Logano for second but is still trailing Busch my 2.4 seconds.
Lap 20: The battle for 4th between Kenseth and Scott and 8th Kahne and Dillon are heating up.
Lap 33: Logano and Dillon have handling issues and are threatening to drop them from the Top-10.
Lap 39: Debris is Turn 3 brings out the first caution and brings Busch’s 3.6se
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