The good news coming out of Sunday's Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 at Talladega Superspeedway is that everybody came out of it in one piece. The bad news is that their cars... well... didn't.
A 25-car crash triggered by Tony Stewart's chopping block on Michael Waltrip brought an immediate end to the race on its final lap. Only Matt Kenseth snuck by completely unscathed, while a handful of other drivers managed to weave through the carnage or limp back to the start finish line.
Of course, where a driver was when the wreck occurred is completely arbitrary, meaning the points shakeup that occurred among Chase drivers may not truly be reflective of performance. But you run with the hand you're dealt, and after yesterday's finish, here's how the field is shaking out: