Denny Hamlin wins Sprint Unlimited in overtime finish

Denny Hamlin was able to stay out of the late-race trouble that plagued his competitors and wheeled his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota into Victory Lane at the Sprint Unlimited for the third time in his career. This win also marks Joe Gibbs Racing's fourth victory out of the last five Sprint Unlimited races.

Hamlin was in the lead when a caution came on the white-flag lap. Joey Logano finished in second with Paul Menard taking third.

On Lap 73 (of a scheduled 75), a big wreck with Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch, Aric Almirola and Casey Mears created a green-white-checkered finish scenario and brought out the new "overtime line" rule NASCAR implemented days prior to the event. The race went 79 laps.

Kyle Larson and Casey Mears took fourth and fifth, respectively.

Brian Vickers brought out the "Big One" on Lap 23, which also involved Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch and AJ Allmendinger. Vickers who was filling in for the injured Tony Stewart officially exited the race by Lap 40 along with Bowyer and three-time Sprint Unlimited winner Harvick.