Usually, when NASCAR rolls into Michigan International Speedway, you can expect plenty of wide open green flag racing.That wasn't the case today, as the Pure Michigan 400 featured a number of caution flags and blown engines. What's normally a fairly boring race, turned into an exciting way to lay on the couch and enjoy a Sunday afternoon.

With five laps to go, race leader Jimmie Johnson "blew up" and opened the door for Greg Biffle to hold off Brad Keselowski for the victory.

It was Biffle's third win at Michigan, his second of the season, and moved him atop the standings in the points chance. Jeff Gordon, had an engine failure on lap 167 and finished 28th.

The series moves to Bristol, Tennessee, next Saturday, for some serious bumping and grinding under the lights!