By Matt Marr
When the green flag waved to start the Advent Health 400 at Kansas Speedway, Christopher Bell led Tyler Reddick and the rest of the field to start the race.
Caution struck early as Chase Briscoe went for a spin through the infield, mowing the lawn on lap 6.
With 20 laps to go in stage 1, Daniel Suarez brought out the third caution of the day, as he spun off of turn four and hit the outside wall.
On the final lap of the stage, Alex Bowman passed Denny Hamlin for the 10th position and final stage point as Kyle Busch won stage 1.
35 laps into stage 2, race leader William Byron suffered a flat tire, but the race stayed green. Kurt Busch became the new leader and would go on to win the stage.
From the creators of the Kyle and Kyle show, the final stage brought the Kurt and Kyle (Larson) show, as the two drivers battled throughout the final 100 laps. With 9 laps left, Kurt Busch was able to pass Larson and hold off his endless attacks to win the AdventHealth 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Advent Health 400 top 5: 1. Kurt Busch
2. Kyle Larson
3. Kyle Busch
4. Denny Hamlin
5. Christopher Bell