JOLIET, Ill. (AP) -- Mark Martin has won at Chicagoland Speedway, getting the strong jump off the double-file restart with two laps left to win his series-high fourth race of the season.
The 50-year-old Martin led 195 laps on Saturday night, the most at the 400-mile race. He dominated most of the early part of the race until he dropped the lead to Jimmie Johnson with just over 40 laps left.
But a frantic finish that saw Johnson and Kurt Busch tangle on the track allowed Martin his chance to regain the lead.
Jeff Gordon's hard-charging finish got him second place.
Martin and Gordon are Hendrick Motorsports teammates and earned a $1 million bonus. The teammates also grabbed the top two spots at the LifeLock sponsored race in June, setting up the shot at the big cash prize.
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