Best photos from TMNT 400 at Chicagoland Speedway Tim Durr @timdurr Oct 20, 2016 at 4:32p ET The Chase starts now at Chicagoland Kyle Busch takes the green flag in the No. 1 spot in the Chase standings and on track for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk Family portrait made of Skittles Kyle Busch, and his wife Samantha, pose next to a family portrait of them and son, Brexton, made entirely out of Skittles, Busch's primary sponsor for the race. Getty Images Sarah Crabill Fans sign the line Prior to the start of Sunday's race, fans were able to sign the start-finish line with messages for their favorite drivers. Getty Images Robert Laberge Larson signs for the fans Before getting in his car, which started from the back of the field because of a transmission change, signs autographs for fans. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk Pre-race inspections Before the drivers take the starting grid, they must go through pre-race inspection. Jamie McMurray and his No. 1 Chip Ganassi Chevrolet goes through the inspeciton station on Sunday morning. Getty Images Sean Gardner Danica and the Ninja Turtles Danica Patrick poses with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as she is one of several drivers this weekend who had the turtles on their car. Getty Images Kena Krutsinger Turtles on the pace car Actor Brian Tee, who plays Shredder in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, serves as the honorary pace car driver. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk Ready to race Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski start on the front row after qualifying was rained out on Friday, setting the field based on points. Getty Images Jared C. Tilton Scott spins early Brian Scott spinned out early in the race, bringing out a caution, but didn't make much contact with the wall during the spin. Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Mike Dinovo Harvick caught on pit road under caution Kevin Harvick was in the middle of his green-flag pit-stop when a caution came out, forcing him to lose a lap after he failed to beat Martin Truex Jr. to the nearest scoring loop. Getty Images Sarah Crabill Hendrick teammates run 1-2 leads his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Chase Elliott near the halfway point of the race. Getty Images Robert Laberge Too fast entering pit road Kyle Busch completed his pit stop on lap 174 and was in the top-5, when he was busted for speeding too fast on pit road, and forced to serve a drive-through penalty. NASCAR via Getty Images Jeff Zelevansky Elliott leads the pack Chase Elliott gets to the front of the pack after following his Hendrick Motorsports teammate earlier in the race. Getty Images Sean Gardner Another Chase driver mistake With less than 30 laps to go, got caught for speeding on pit road and fell from second to 19th position. NASCAR via Getty Images Jeff Zelevansky Truex takes the checkered flag Martin Truex Jr. won his third race of the season and started off the Chase with a victory that automatically qualifies him for the Round of 12. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk Truex wins first Chase race After losing a lap early in the race due to a failing tire, Martin Truex Jr. battled back to start fourth on a green-white-checkered restart, and take the lead for his third win of the season. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk On top of the world Martin Truex Jr. has won two of the last three Sprint Cup races and has continued to build momentum as he advances into the Round of 12. NASCAR via Getty Images Brian Lawdermilk Locked into the Round of 12 The celebration begins for Martin Truex Jr. as he wins at Chicagoland and locks up a spot in the next round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Getty Images Sarah Crabill Next Gallery 6 5 of the most thrilling Chases in Sprint Cup history Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!