|Ryan Newman celebrates his Martinsville victory (Courtesy Getty Images)|
Gordon believed that he had a tire going down, but he was able to hold off Brad Keselowski until the first caution came out at lap 97. Kyle Busch smacked the wall in Turn 3 after what they believe to be a broken track bar. Jeff Gordon was able to win the race off pit road, and he remained the leader.
|Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished third at Martinsville (Courtesy Getty Images)|
The caution flag flew again on lap 263 after Juan Pablo Montoya got a bump from Ken Schrader and went around. The fourth caution flew for Kasey Kahne, who's woes continued. After coming back out on the track after getting his engine serviced, his engine completely blew on lap 315. On his way into the pits, he spun in his own oil and blocked the entrance to pit road.
|Kasey Kahne's woes continued at Martinsville (Courtesy Getty Images)|
Hamlin held the lead, but soon had to deal with Jimmie Johnson. Johnson and Gordon got up to Hamlin, and Johnson raced Hamlin for about 20 laps in the closest racing we had seen all day, before Johnson finally was able to make the pass. Gordon followed him through to move back up to second.
|Jeff Gordon led 328 laps en route to a 14th place finish (Courtesy Getty Images)|
|Clint Bowyer (15), Jeff Gordon (24), and Jimmie Johnson (48) wreck in Turn 1 (Courtesy Getty Images)|
The ending of the Goody's Fast Relief 500 was amazing. The one thing that is shocking is that Hendrick Motorsports failed to win their 200th race. Between Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, and Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hendrick Motorsports led 443 of the 515 laps run. Rick Hendrick will have to wait at least two weeks to win the milestone victory, because the Sprint Cup Series is off next weekend. The next race will be at Texas under the lights for the Samsung Mobile 500. The race can be seen on Saturday, April 14 at 7 P.M. on FOX.