|Greg Biffle celebrates his first win since 2010 (Courtesy Getty Images)|
|Trevor Bayne, shown here on pit road, brought out one of the race's two cautions (Courtesy Getty Images)|
Following pit stops, Martin Truex Jr. retook the lead from Greg Biffle, but Biffle took the lead on the high side on the ensuing restart. He lead all the way until lap 82, when his Roush Fenway teammate Matt Kenseth took the lead. On lap 93, the second caution of the night came out when Trevor Bayne slapped the outside wall. Kenseth lost the lead during pit stops, and Martin Truex Jr.'s team got him out front once again. On the restart, however, Greg Biffle was able to drive away from the field and retake the lead.
Biffle was only able to hold the lead until lap 113, when Jimmie Johnson got a run coming off turn 4 to take the lead away. Johnson lost the lead on the next round of green flag pit stops, after he pitted five laps after Martin Truex Jr., who took the lead away from Johnson while he was in the pits. It took Johnson until lap 180 before he was able to take the lead away from Truex. Just a few laps later, green flag pit stops began again, and this time Jimmie Johnson was able to hold on to the lead. While Johnson was able to hold onto his position, Martin Truex Jr. was shuffled back to fifth after pit stops. Truex's Michael Waltrip Racing teammate Mark Martin moved up to second following the round of green flag pit stops.
|Jimmie Johnson leads Greg Biffle during the Samsung Mobile 500 (Courtesy Getty Images)|
Right before the last set set of green flag pit stops, Greg Biffle cut into Jimmie Johnson's lead dramatically as Johnson was trying to get some trash off of his grille. Following the green flag pit stops, the top three remained the same; Jimmie Johnson led Greg Biffle and Mark Martin with about 50 laps to go. With 30 laps to go, Biffle was finally able to get around Jimmie Johnson to take the lead. Biffle started to build a big lead on Johnson, and it got even bigger when the 48 car slid up into the outside wall with about 17 laps to go. Biffle was able to keep his lead over Johnson at around 3.2 seconds, and easily captured his 17th career win. Biffle led 91 laps on his way to victory.
|Mark Martin stands in front of his car before the race; he would finish third (Courtesy Getty Images)|
The race at Texas was not very exciting, but any race with a 234-lap green flag run isn't exactly the epitome of excitement. The next race will be Sunday at Kansas, where the Sprint Cup stars will run 400 miles to see who is the best-of-the-best. The race will be at 12:30, and can be seen only on FOX.
|Greg Biffle: Winner of the Samsung Mobile 500 (Courtesy Getty Images)|