The 39-year-old Newman, who broke a 127-race winless streak, held off Kyle Larson, the second-place finisher for the third consecutive race.
Like nearly all the rest of the field, Larson and Busch went to the pits on the late caution caused when
Newman, in his first win since the 2013 Brickyard 400, gave Chevrolet its first victory of the season and ended a 112-race losing streak for
Once again, Logano's misfortune foiled Busch. Last week Logano's car knocked Busch's into the wall on the final stretch in Las Vegas. That led Busch to storm down pit row and throw a punch at Logano, creating a scuffle with the crews and a meeting for the drivers with NASCAR officials on Friday.
Busch took the lead with a quick pit stop during a caution flag and led for 113 laps before heading to the pits after Logano's crash.
The series of runner-up finishes gave Larson the Cup points lead, the first time
Larson, with two new tires on his Chevrolet, came out of the late pit stop with two new tires ahead of Childress' Toyota and had the best chance to catch Newman. But he couldn't find a way to get around the veteran.
Logano won the first stage and Chase Elliott the second in NASCAR's new three-stage racing system.
Elliott dominated the second stage but lost the lead after