After more than three hours of racing, NASCAR's championship field was decided over two frenzied overtime restarts.
Matt Kenseth probably should have won Sunday to earn an automatic berth into next week's title-deciding race. But the first attempt at a two-lap sprint to the finish went haywire and Kenseth collided with Alex Bowman.
Just like that, Middletown native Joey Logano was the new leader and defending NASCAR champion Kyle Busch was second. The two started the day tied in the standings, and any 1-2 finish would put them both in the final four at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Logano won the race — the second time in this Chase he used a victory in an...