In a second consecutive wild finish at Martinsville, William Byron earned the fourth Cup

win of his career and his second win of the season at the Blue-Emu

Maximum Pain Relief 400 on Saturday night, snapping a different winners streak

by a holding off Joey Logano on an overtime restart. Logano caught up to Byron’s bumper once in the two-lap,

green-white-checker finish and gave him a shove, but Byron drove away,

and Logano never got close enough to try again. “I thought everyone behind us would pit,

and luckily we stayed out,” Byron said. “We were aggressive. We felt like we could re-fire on the tires and be okay,

and you’ve got one of the most aggressive guys behind you in Logano.” Logano said that he should’ve been more aggressive in the final laps.

“Tried to root him up a little bit and I did, but not quite enough and then he was able to turn back down and he just stopped me

just checked me up big, which was the right move and he should have. It worked for him.”

NASCAR at Martinsville