BROOKLYN, Mich. — With time running out on his bid to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup, Greg Biffle is back at the site of his most recent victory.

It was over three years ago.

In June of 2013, Biffle won at Michigan International Speedway – his fourth victory at the track and second in a row. In 116 Cup races since, he’s come up empty. He missed the Chase last year and is in danger of falling short again unless he can pull out a victory in one of the last three races of the regular season.

“This sport is very humbling,” Biffle said. “When you think you’ve got it figured out, for sure you don’t, and it reminds you of that every week.”

Biffle is the active leader in wins at Michigan, but he finished 19th at the track earlier this season. Shortly after that, he ran off a streak of three straight top-10 finishes at Daytona, Kentucky and Loudon, but he’s been outside the top 15 in each of the four races since.

XFINITY: Michael McDowell edged teammate Brendan Gaughan following an overtime restart to earn his first Xfinity Series victory, at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

McDowell beat Gaughan by 0.534 seconds on an overcast, sometimes misty afternoon at the sprawling road course. The Richard Childress Racing teammates went bumper-to-bumper midway through the last lap before McDowell held on at the finish line.

TRUCKS: Brett Moffitt passed Timothy Peters and William Byron on the final lap to win the Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway.

Peters was two laps away from what would have been his first victory of the season, but Byron nosed ahead with a lap to go, and Moffitt was then able to move to the outside and take over the lead.

Peters finished second, giving Red Horse Racing a 1-2 showing.