Matt Kenseth said he thought he'd never win at Pocono and he'd never win a fuel-mileage race.
As it turned out, he was wrong on both counts.
Kenseth survived one of the craziest races in Pocono's 42 years of hosting NASCAR Sprint Cup events, winning Sunday's Windows 10 400 when leaders Joey Logano and Kyle Busch both ran out of fuel on the final laps.
Busch, going for his fourth consecutive win and fifth in the last six races, ran out of fuel on the final lap and Kenseth passed him for second victory of the season and 33rd in 565 Sprint Cup races.
Brad Keselowski, who caused one of the eight cautions when he entered his pit stall too fast...