The NASCAR Nationwide series headed to Bristol Motor Speedway for the first short track race of the season.
The field would have a clean start to the race and Kyle Busch would struggle on the start but would quickly take the lead. Busch began to fade and Matt Kenseth took over the lead and would set sail on the field.
There were only six cars on the lead lap when caution waved for debris. With such few cars on the lead lap a speeding penalty on pit road for Kyle Larson sent him to the rear of the field.
As the restart happened Kenseth was able to maintain the lead but caution would wave when Mike Bliss spun on lap 136. Chase Elliot would be the lucky dog and the lead lap drivers would hit pit road for tires and fuel.
Caution waved again for debris and all the leaders would hit pit road and would be good on fuel. Busch would win the race off of pit road.
With 73 laps to go caution waved for a wreck by first time BMS driver, Ruben Garcia. The field would restart and Busch would take the lead and keep the lead for good.
Caution would wave for less than 20 laps to go for contact on the track. Busch though would be able to hold off Kyle Larson for the second year in a row.
The rest of the top 10 were Larson, Harvick, Ryan Blaney, Kenseth, Ty Dillon, Brendan Gaughan, Trevor Bayne, Chase Elliott and Reagan Smith.
The series heads back west to Auto Club Speedway next Saturday.