There's a first time for everything, and Saturday night that meant the first time someone would be crowned a Sprint Cup winner at Kentucky Speedway.

FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig has the results of the Quaker State 400 in this "FOX in the Fast Lane"...

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Kyle Busch is the winner of the inaugural Sprint Cup race at Kentucky, taking the lead over Jimmie Johnson in the final three laps of the Quaker State 400 Saturday night.  Johnson actually slipped to 3rd behind David Reutimann, with Ryan Newman and Carl Edwards rounding out the top 5.

It's Busch's third win of the season and 99th overall in NASCAR and it pushes him atop the Sprint Cup standings.  Edwards is right on his tail, only four points back.  Kevin Harvick (10), big brother Kurt (18) and fifth-placed Johnson (19) are all within 20 points of Busch in the Chase.

Denny Hamlin holds a three-point lead over Tony Stewart for that all-important 10th-place spot heading into next Sunday's race at the "Magic Mile."