Leading a race-best 212 laps, HMS William Byron held off an overtime charge from Team Penske Joey Logano to win at Martinsville Speedway Saturday night.
Byron became the first repeat winner of the Cup Series season so far. The Hendrick Motorsport driver picked up his fourth career win.
Byron dominated much of a somewhat tame race, leading 212 of 403 laps, however a late caution sent the race into a two-lap overtime and bunched the field one last time.
Chad Knaus was in the Fox Booth, who is also the Vice President of Competition at Hendrick Motorsports made a bold statement live on air but was cut short immediately with a commercial.
“Racing went to shit when they got rid of the ride height rules” said Knaus
Chad Knaus was a fan favorite as many requesting him to be back in booth after Martinsville.
Chad Knaus replaced Tony Stewart in booth serving as an analyst for the Fox Booth for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Circuit of the Americas.