Despite a collision with Brad Keselowski , Kurt Bush was able to wrestle away victory from Jimmie Johnson and put his #41 in victory lane. It was Busch's first victory since the fall Dover race in 2011. Post race, Busch spoke about the incident with Keselowski.
"Yeah, I can't believe he overreacted and he's as upset as he is." Busch said. "The 5 car was trying to pull into his box, Brad ran into the back of him, I steered right to go around Brad and then he clobbers our left-side door, and it's like, okay, accidents happen on pit road. It's congested. It's not a place to race, because of all the pit crew guys down there and I didn't think much of it, and then once we were back out running, he targeted us, he was aiming for us. He tried to flatten all four of my tires. That's a no-fly zone. That's a punk-ass move and he will get what he gets back when I decide to give it back."
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