Food City 500: Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin Headline 5 Good, 5 Bad

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Food City 500: Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin Headline 5 Good, 5 Bad
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43 drivers started Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol, but far fewer took the checkered flag

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!

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