The boys of NASCAR were on Thunder Valley this weekend for the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Brad Keselowski won Sunday's race in dominating fashion, leading a career-high number of laps. But B.K. wasn't the only winner as a few drivers left the half-mile bullring with their heads held high.
Yet for every good Sunday at Bristol, there was a bad. For every Brad Keselowski, there was a Kasey Kahne. For every Kevin Harvick, there was a Denny Hamlin.
There was even something so horrifying Sunday at Bristol I can only warn you ahead of time to watch out for this week's dreaded 11th slide.
Several drivers had a chance to win when the race began. But after 500 laps in the world's largest washing machine, a few drivers lost a sock or two.
Who was good and who was bad at Bristol? We've got you covered!