An early run-in with the wall at Las Vegas Motor Speedway could not stop Trevor Bayne from picking off one driver after the next to finish fourth in Saturday's 300-mile Nationwide Series race.
The No. 6 Ford held the top spot for 21 laps early, before being forced into the wall by the No. 32 car. Despite dropping from first place to 24th, Bayne spent the next 100 laps picking apart the field before moving onto the top-five finish for the second week in a row. The climb back from running deep in the pack helped Bayne slide up another three spots in the NASCAR Nationwide Series standings and into the top 10. Bayne now holds the eighth spot; 32 points behind the leader.-Roush Fenway Racing