The reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, Martin Truex Jr. raced away for the win late in Sunday’s Pocono 400. There were only seven laps left after a restart as Truex left them eating his rubber.

The one thing that happened that had the ultimate affect on the outcome of the race, was a shiny thing laying on the race track in turn one. That's when NASCAR officials brought out the caution flag for debris on lap 139.

Several drivers drove over the object causing some to make a pit stop while others stayed out on the track. Race leader Kyle Busch pitted, but second place runner Truex stayed out and took control of the race.

Kyle Larson moved into second place after a late race restart and stayed there coming in two and a half seconds behind Truex at the finish. Busch came in third followed by Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski. See where your driver finished.

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