New Hampshire Motor Speedway is one of NASCAR's most unique ovals, a mile long flat track unlike almost any other on the Sprint Cup schedule.
On Sunday, NHMS featured one of Sprint Cup's most unique winners: a part-time driver.
Brian Vickers stole the glory in Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 301, becoming the first part-timer since Trevor Bayne in the 2011 Daytona 500 to win a Cup race. It was he, not Mark Martin or Michael Waltrip, to bring the No. 55 Toyota to its first victory as a shared ride. In the process, he managed to win a race before teammate Clint Bowyer, currently second in Sprint Cup points.
Who else came out of Loudon happy, and who wishes that they could have changed their race's outcome?