Ricky Stenhouse Jr dominated the last race at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis leading 188 of the 200 laps, but Brad Keselowski still pulled off the win. Stenhouse restarted with the lead on the second to last restart, but Keselowski muscled his way past Stenhouse in turn one. Stenhouse got another chance at Keselowski on a green-white-checkered, but brad was able to pull away easily to get the win.
With 20 laps remaining it looked like Roush-Fenway Racing would sweep the top three positions with Stenhouse Jr, Trevor Bayne and Carl Edwards, but Edwards was busted for speeding exiting pit road under caution, and Bayne's engine blew up while running second. Edwards, however, did rally to finish fifth.
Tonight was the last Nationwide Series race from Lucas Oil raceway (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park and O'Reilly Raceway Park) for the forseeable future since NASCAR has decided to move the Nationwide Series over to Indianapolis Motor Speedway next season.