Busch's troubles continued on lap 91 when he got into Josh Wise to bring out the second caution flag.

The damage to Busch’s right front resulted in the crew being unable to get the tire off the car, forcing Busch to go behind the wall for repairs. The team changed the hub on the wheel and Busch returned to the race on lap 117.

Keselowski is now 11th in the standings, followed by Busch, Gordon, Truex and Newman. Truex and Newman rank 1-2 in the wild card standings.

NOTES: Stewart-Haas Racing has been in the news in recent weeks. Co-owner Tony Stewart broke his right leg in two places in a winged sprint car race that will sideline him for the rest of the season, ending his hopes of making this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. Then co-owner Gene Haas surprised his own team by deciding he wanted to add Kurt Busch as a driver. And this week the team hired Rodney Childers from Michael Waltrip Racing to be the crew chief for Kevin Harvick, who will join the team in 2014. ... Furniture Row Racing is not ready to give up on signing Busch to a contract extension. On Friday, the team provided Busch with a counteroffer to Stewart-Haas. And to make things really interesting, Furniture Row officials said, "We fully expect Kurt will be our driver in 2014." Busch did not want to talk about next year as he attempts to make the Chase. "We have our blinders on," Busch said. "The most important thing right now is to get the 78 in the Chase.