Kevin Harvick drove past Martin Truex Jr. in one of 267 laps remaining and held his fifth consecutive season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Harvick, who started on the pole, finished sixth in a restart with nine remaining laps and quickly in second place with seven laps remaining. He went to Truex with a go and held on Saturday night KC Masterpiece 400 at Kansas Speedway for the win.
Victory is Harvick's second win in a row and the 42nd of his career.
"Man, those were the last few laps, I think if you're looking for the end of the race I was really down I just started to drive it up I thought I was going into the wall or win this race, "Harvick said in Victory Lane.
"It started working and I made a lot of ground, I'm excited to be in Victory Lane, can not you say it? I was so excited to see the fans screaming and screaming in the stands at the end to the reboots.
"Man, that was a madness race.
Truex overtook both races in Kansas last season.
Joey Logano finished third, Kyle Larson finished fourth and Denny Hamlin completed the top five.
In the break between stages 2 and 3 was Larson the First He took the lead when the final round of 1
Shortly after the restart, Kyle Busch showed a repeat after a vibration in his # 18 Toyota Team up to let him know when he was in the tank window.
Larson's lead of 80 laps kept him well ahead of Harvick, followed by Blaney, Logano and Kyle Busch
Austin Dillon left a green flag on lap 200 but was penalized for breaching the commitment penalty and required a pass-thru penalty.
After another 55 laps, several green-flagged teams stopped when the tre ibstofffenster opens to get to the destination without having to stop again.
After the stops were over, Larson returned at 42 to start the race. He was followed by Blaney, Harvick, Logano and Kyle Busch.
At 31, Daniel Suarez went into the wall and then made contact with Alex Bowman to issue a warning – the first for an accident in the race.  All lead lap cars powered by gasoline and tires, Larson was the first car outside the pit lane and returned to the lead as the race returned to green with 25 laps remaining. He was followed by Harvick and Blaney.
At 24, Harvick powered Larson back to the top and Logano moved to second place behind him.
At 18, Blaney climbed into Larson's side, Blaney bouncing off the wall while Larson's left rear tire was cut off. He can only run me so high, "Larson said about his team radio right after the incident.
During the pit stops, William Byron was the first pit stop to take only two tires, but several cars fell by the wayside. Logano, who remained outside, inherited the lead at the restart 15 laps to go.
Logano was followed by Truex, Erik Jones, Hamlin, Ryan Newman and Elliott. Byron was the first car out of the pit lane with two tires and finished seventh. Harvick was the first car with four new tires and started eighth.
Truex quickly took the lead in the restart.
In the next round, a multi-car wreck erupted on the forefront when Byron boarded an incident in Clint Bowyer, sending Byron's No. 24 Chevrolet on Newman's No. 31. Also collected were Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray, Ty Dillon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Chris Buescher.
NASCAR immediately displayed the red flag to remove the trail of debris. After a break of more than 13 minutes, the race returned to yellow.
After restarting with nine remaining rounds, Truex led, followed by Logano, Jones, Hamlin, Elliott and Harvick. Harvick had the latest tires in the group.
Harvick finished second behind Truex with seven laps.