“That final pit stop, my guys really put the pressure on them knowing how good they’d been on pit road all night,” Busch said after his fourth career victory at Richmond International Raceway.
The two Sprint Cup Series regulars have won 14 of the 27 races in the series this year.
“He didn’t hold me up when I was coming there at the end,” Edwards said. “Those guys earned it. They got faster all night. We had a little bit of trouble. It is like our car went away just a little bit.”
Danica Patrick, making her eighth start of the season, finished 18th. She clipped Brad Keselowski while passing him on the inside, sending Keselowski into the wall late in the race.
Keselowski, the pole-sitter, was already out of contention and finished 19th.
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