Matt Kenseth stayed in front of "the big one" on the last lap at Talladega to win the Good Sam's Road Side Assistance 500, the fourth race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

On lap 189 in the final turn, Stewart was blocking and trying to hold his position and came down on the from of Michael Waltrip's car, and set off the "big one".  The wreck collected most of the field, and had Stewart's car flipping.  Kenseth was able to stay out of the mess and cross the finish line first, followed by Jeff Gordon.  The win has special meaning being that it is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Matt and the team were able to put the #17 Ford Ecoboost/National Breast Cancer Foundation Ford in Victory Lane.  Kenseth is now 62 points behind Chase leader Brad Keselowski.

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