In a race twice delayed by lightning, Chase Elliott stole lightning from a team of Toyota drivers who showed initial dominance.

Late Warning After slowing down the action on Sunday's Alley 400, Elliott was on track and left four laps on the Nashville Superspeedway to lead the field to a resumption.

Elliott moved away from runner-up Kurt Bush and powered his No. 9 Hendrik Motorsports Chevrolet across the finish line in 0.551 seconds.

In the fashion of winning his second NASCAR Cup Series of the season, his first in Nashville and the 15th of his career, Elliott crossed a long pit stop at Lap 120 that dropped him to 25th in the running order.

“I’m very proud of our team,” Elliott says. “We had a setback about half way, but we were able to dial NAPA Chevy again and get back into the mix.