Kicking off the west coast swing of the Monster Energy Cup Series travels to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Penzoil 400.
For the first time in his racing career, Kevin Harvick put his number four car on the pole and will bring the field to the green flag.
Stages one and two of the race are 80 laps each with stage three lasting 107 laps.
Running all three races this weekend, Kyle Busch is looking for the sweep after dominating the truck race on Friday and outlasting the field in a double overtime finish in the Xfinity Series on Saturday.
Landon Cassill and Ty Dillon will have to start the race from the back of the field after making changes – a gear for Cassill and an engine for Dillon.
Kevin Harvick leads lap one with the drivers three wide behind him.
Last week race winner Brad Keselowski ran the race while fighting a flu bug; this week Jimmie Johnson says that he feels fine but is dealing with a major case of laryngitis.
After 28 laps of racing, Kevin Harvick has led every lap so far. Joey Gase has taken his car to the garage with engine issues.
Halfway through stage one, the drivers are beginning to make green flag pit stops.
Kyle Larson and Austin Dill were charged with having too many crew members over the wall.
Kevin Harvick comes down pit road to make his pit stop and hands the lead over to Joey Logano who has yet to make his pit stop along with the other seven cars on the lead lap.
Ryan Blaney has to make a second trip down pit road with a possible tire issue.
Joey Logano makes his pit stop and gives the lead to Daniel Suarez.
Once pit stops cycle through, Kevin Harvick retakes the lead of the race.
With only seven laps remaining in stage one, Kevin Harvick has a four second lead.
After dominating the stage, Kevin Harvick wins stage one.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Martin Truex Jr
Taking only two tires, Brad Keselowski wins the race off of pit road.
Brad Keselowski brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two and holds on to the lead.
Lap 97 Joey Logano gets around his Penske team mate Brad Keselowski for the lead with Kyle Busch right behind him to take second place.
Kyle Busch and Joey Logano swap the lead back and forth with Joey Logano finally getting out in front.
Lap 120, Kyle Busch takes the lead. Drivers are making green flag pit stops.
Kyle Busch was caught speeding on pit road.
Once the green flag pit stops have cycled through, Joey Logano takes the lead of the race.
Joey Logano wins stage two.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Martin Truex Jr
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Joey Logano wins the race off of pit road.
Kurt Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 168 as the drivers get three and four wide across the track.
Joey Logano passes Kurt Busch to take the lead of the race on lap 169.
Kurt Busch retakes the lead of the race with Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick battling for second.
With 80 laps to go, Kevin Harvick passes Kurt Busch for the lead.
With 55 laps remaining in the race, Joey Logano passes Kevin Harvick for the lead. Drivers begin making green flag pit stops.
Once green flag pit stops have cycled through, Joey Logano takes the lead with team mate Brad Keselowski over a second behind.
With 28 laps remaining in the race, Brad Keselowski puts a slide job on his team mate Joey Logano to take the lead.
With 24 laps to go Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski battle for the lead with Logano taking the top spot.
Joey Logano takes the white flag.
In a race with no cautions for on track incidents, Joey Logano wins the race as Penske goes one and two. Vying for the sweep, Kyle Busch finishes in third.
Penzoil 400 Results:
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
MarTin Truex Jr
The number 22 car driven by Joey Logano passed post race inspection with no issues; however, the number 95 Leavine Family Racing car driven by Matt DiBenedetto and the number 41 Stewart-Haas Racing car driven by Daniel Suarez were both found to have an unsecured lug nut.