Danielle's Garage Of Drivers: Pheonix

Danielle hendersonCorrespondent IApril 21, 2009

AVONDALE, AZ - APRIL 18:  Mark Martin, driver of the #5 CARQUEST/Kellogg's Chevrolet, receives the checkered flag from NASCAR Official Rodney Wise after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on April 18, 2009 in Avondale, AZ.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images for NASCAR)

Here is the way I see the points standings. Warning: these are the actual points standings.

1.) Tony Stewart Tony ran another good race. I believe he will get a win very soon, maybe Dega could be Tony's day. Stewart finished second.

2.) Denny Hamlin As much as I hate too admit it, Hamlin had a good race. Hamlin finished sixth.

3.) David Ruetimann — Ruetimann had another top ten finish at Phoenix. Ruetimann will be getting his first win soon. He finished eighth.

4.) Jeff Burton — Burton has been slowly working his way up in the points standings. He finished 15th.

5.) Kurt Busch — Kurt has continued to finish up front. He finished third.

6.) Jimmie Johnson Jimmie may not have won his fourth straight Phoenix win but he did battle back to finish fourth.

7.) Carl Edwards Carl got his forth top ten of the season. He finished tenth.

8.) Jeff Gordon Jeff didn't have the best night, but he did maintain his points lead over teammate Jimmie Johnson. He finished 25th.

9.) Kasey Kahne Can Kasey stay in the top 12? Well, he's doing good so far. He finished 13th.

10.) Clint Bowyer — Clint didn't do as well as he hoped but is still in the top 12. He finished 26th.

11.) Kyle Busch He didn't have the best finish, but like Bowyer, he is still in the top 12. He finished 17th.

12.) Matt Kenseth Matt's season started of great but has quickly began to desintigrate. He finished 27th.

Wild Card, Mark Martin Mark has manged to do the unthinkable. He won a Nascar Sprint cup race at age 50! Congrats to Mark and the No.5 team. Keep those wins coming Mark.