BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — Elliott Sadler took over the points lead in NASCAR's Xfinity Series with a third-place showing at Michigan International Speedway, but he was overshadowed a bit.

Denny Hamlin won the race, rookie William Byron was impressive in finishing second, and big names Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch also were in the top five. At the news conference afterward, Sadler expressed some displeasure.

"Frustrating on my behalf, we finish third today in the OneMain Financial Chevrolet, we took over the points lead, and TV told me they didn't have time to interview me," Sadler said. "So I don't understand that. They interview Brad Keselowski, who finished behind me, and he's a Cup driver. I would think he would have plenty of time to talk tomorrow. So I don't understand how you take the Xfinity regular-season points leader and tell him you don't have time for him, when he has one of the longest-running sponsors in the sport."