CONCORD, N.C., Oct. 6 (UPI) -- Greg Biffle set a rookie record with his fourth victory of the year Saturday at the NASCAR Busch Grand National series Little Trees 300.
Biffle took the checkered flag under caution after a late incident with teammate Matt Kenseth, who was leading but drove in the path of Biffle and was spun out.
Kenseth led 97 of 200 laps but finished 16th. He also appeared to hit a bump on the 1 1/2-mile tri-oval, which may have started the spin.
Biffle, who led just 11 laps, also became the first rookie in the series to top more than $1 million in earnings.
Series points leader Kevin Harvick was fourth in a Chevrolet Monte Carlo, followed by Ashton Lewis Jr. in a Chevrolet.
Keller moved into the second slot in the standings, 186 points behind Harvick with four races remaining. Jeff Green, who finished 10th, is third, with Biffle fourth.
Harvick leads the year with five victories. Green and Biffle have four each.