BRISTOL, Tenn. -

Joey Logano claimed his third NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory of the season in the Irwin Tools Night Race on Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Logano took the lead from Matt Kenseth with 44 laps remaining in the 500-lap race and remained up front for the win.

"Man, what a Shell-Pennzoil Ford there," Logano said. "Made some small adjustments all night and got our third win of the year."

Brad Keselowski passed Kenseth to move into second with 31 laps remaining, and the Team Penske duo of Logano and Keselowski pulled away for a two-car battle to the finish.

"The Wurth Ford Fusion was about equal to Joey's," Keselowski said. "He just had track position on me."

Kenseth finished third, Jimmie Johnson was fourth and Kurt Busch rounded out the top five.

Kenseth was one of four drivers who stayed out during the final caution of the race inside the final 100 laps, inheriting the lead from Jamie McMurray, who headed for pit road during the yellow flag.

"I just knew that new tires for the setup we had tonight and what our car would do in traffic -- I just knew that clean air was going to be worth more than new tires," Kenseth said. "Maybe we could have gotten tires and beaten those guys. We'll never know. I just had such a hard time. I knew clean air would cover up a lot of problems."

McMurray had taken the race lead before the halfway point. He lost it to Keselowski on pit road just before a lap 270 restart, but when the race returned to green, McMurray retook the top spot.

McMurray had passed Kasey Kahne for the top spot on lap 239. Kahne had inherited the lead from Kevin Harvick by staying out during a caution just before the 200-lap mark. Kahne also lost spots to Keselowski and Johnson.

Harvick pitted for four tires under the caution and restarted 12th. His No. 4 was the class of the field for much of the first half of the race, though, leading the first 37 laps before losing the lead to Jeff Gordon.

Kyle Busch, Kenseth, Logano and Denny Hamlin also led laps before Harvick retook the top spot on lap 161.

Hamlin got off pit road first by taking only two tires during a caution just before lap 130. Harvick, on four fresh tires, moved into second on the restart. While racing Hamlin for the lead, Harvick clipped Hamlin, ending Hamlin's race.

Busch's night was also cut short after leading the pack. He was caught speeding on pit road during a competition caution on lap 60 and then was collected in a wreck that involved Aric Almirola, Kyle Larson, Clint Bowyer and Brian Vickers.

"We were catching a slower lapped car. I think it was the 7 (Michael Annett), and we were all starting to find our way to the bottom because the 7 was clogging up the top lane," Almirola said.

"The 55 (Vickers) started to cheat his way down there, since I was already inside of him, and the 42 (Kyle Larson) got to his outside, I guess, and the 55 got together with him. It's frustrating. It's certainly not the way we wanted to end our day."

NOTES: Kevin Harvick's pole was his fifth pole of the season. He set a track record with a 14.607-second/131.362 mph lap in qualifying Friday. ... Jeff Burton once again subbed for Tony Stewart. ... Matt Kenseth won last year's Bristol night race. ... The two Bristol races in 2013 were won by two drivers -- Kasey Kahne and Kenseth -- who headed into this race weekend winless. ... Carl Edwards won at Bristol earlier this season. .... Winning at Bristol runs in the Busch family. Both Kurt and Kyle Busch are five-time Sprint Cup winners at BMS. ... The Busch brothers' five wins apiece matched Jeff Gordon's five at the track. ... Kyle Busch became the youngest race winner at Bristol, winning at age 21 years, 10 months and 23 days in March 2007.