Brad Keselowski earned his third win of the season, Alex Bowman recorded his third consecutive runner-up finish and Kyle Busch failed to set a record for top-10 finishes to start a season in Saturday night’s Digital Ally 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Keselowski is now tied with Busch with a series-leading three wins apiece in the first 12 races as the 2019 campaign reaches the one-third mark.
The top 10 was comprised of seven Chevrolets, two Fords and one Toyota (third-place Erik Jones).
Joey Logano finished 15th but took over the lead in the Cup points standings. He leads now-former points leader Kyle Busch, who finished 30th, by nine points. Kevin Harvick is third, 38 points behind Logano.