After the green flag fell at the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona, it looked like NASCAR had another situation where there wasn't enough "excitement."
Then the halfway point came and the fans got what they wanted, with crashes and a close finish.
What we learned is that there is still work for NASCAR to do to tweak restrictor plate racing, but it is in the driver's hands to decide when to get aggressive.
Kurt Busch got aggressive and it burned him, while Tony Stewart used his aggression to get to victory lane.
Any race at Daytona is a wild-card race and the goal is to survive. We saw big names like Jimmie Johnson and Greg Biffle get collected in wrecks.
Let's take a look at my top 20 drivers after the Coke Zero 400.