Kyle Busch overshadows Stewart, Gordon with historic Indy win
"It’s so cool because it’s never been done before," Busch said in Victory Lane.
The final laps were no breeze for Busch, however. First a debris caution came out with 11 to go in the originally scheduled 160-lap portion of the race, setting up a series of wild restarts.
Kenseth finished second, with Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson rounding out the top five.
Stewart, racing for the final time at his home track in the Sprint Cup Series, suffered a costly pit-road speeding during a caution with 40 laps to go. The penalty put him one lap down in 30th, but he battled back.