Martin Truex Jr. wins Kobalt 400 in Las Vegas; Kyle Busch and Joey Logano brawl

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LAS VEGAS -- NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. of Denver-based Furniture Row Racing raced to his first victory in Las Vegas on Sunday after winning Stage 1, leading most of Stage 2 and winning Stage 3.

Truex Jr. is the first driver to win all three segments in NASCAR Cup's new stage racing, the Associated Press reported.

Truex Jr. called Sunday's victory a "dream come true."

He was able to pull out the win despite some track bar problems.

"That's why you never give up and fight to the end," Truex said after the race.

Furniture Row Racing tweeted a photo taken moments after the big win.

Erik Jones, who also drives for Furniture Row Racing, finished in 15th place.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. was seen speaking to Jones after the race.

Just before the end of the race, Joey Logano sent Kyle Busch spinning down pit road.

After the race, Busch and Logano got into a scuffle and had to be pulled apart by crew members. Busch was left with blood running down his forehead.