Joey Logano scored his fourth win of the 2012 Nationwide Series season, taking Saturday's 5-Hour Energy 200 at the Dover International Raceway.
The story was the runner-up, Logano's teammate and local hero Ryan Truex. The younger brother of Sprint Cup star Martin Truex Jr. was within six laps of getting his first victory from the pole when Logano slipped by in lapped traffic. Truex, ten days removed from an emergency appendectomy, has been largely sidelined this season without sponsorship in a common theme for many talented young racers such as defending Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne.
Brian Scott finished third to complete a sweep of the top-three by Joe Gibbs Racing's trio of Toyotas. Finishing fourth was Kurt Busch in a fourth Toyota, while Justin Allgaier finished fifth to carry the banner for Chevrolet. The top-10 was completed by Austin Dillon, Elliott Sadler, Ty Dillon, James Buescher, and Jeremy Clements.
Point leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr. crashed early in the race and finished 32nd, surrendering the top spot in the points to Sadler.