Cindric led the opening 31 laps, but a penalty on lap 32 for removing the gas can from his pit stall put him back in the pack. He was able to charge through the field and closed in on Grala before ultimately getting into the back of Grala on lap 64 en route to his first career win.
Noah Gragson got by the spinning Grala to finish second.
“The 19 Austin Cindric was pretty fast there at the end," Gragson said. "I was giving it all I could. I knew I’m second, so just had a bad pit stop and I feel like it kind of hurt us a little bit. We just need a little bit more speed there at the end. The 33 Kaz Grala was pretty good and the 19 was pretty good. I really wanted to win this one bad for my guys."
Grala got back going to finish third.
Justin Haley, Ryan Truex, Johnny Sauter, Chase Brisoe, Parker Kligerman, Austin Wayne Self and Ben Rhodes completed the top-10 finishers.
The win was the 10th for Brad Keselowski Racing, which recently announced it will end operations at the conclusion of the 2017 season. Along with Cindric, Brisoe also clinched a playoff spot for BKR.
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