With a little bit of luck and a whole lot of skill, Clint Bowyer led 122 of 171 laps run to score the win in the rain-shortened Sharpie Mini 300 at Bristol.
In the end, Matt Kenseth was able to hold off a hard-charging Kevin Harvick through a green-white-checkered finish at Atlanta to take the Nicorette 300, his 24th career Nationwide Series win.
Mark Martin, chasing down the leaders with five laps to go, took out both Edwards and then-race leader Brad Keselowski to win the Sam’s Town 300.
12 drivers were running almost 700 miles after delay of the Cup race. It didn’t make much difference to Tony Stewart, who ran away with the Stater Brothers 300.
The Nationwide Series remained “Cup Light” with Tony Stewart taking the win, one of nine Cup regulars to finish in the top 10 in Saturday’s Camping World 300.