If drivers are looking to win the Chase, they're going to have to beat Matt Kenseth and the 20 team.
Kenseth historically runs bad at New Hampshire, but after today's race he turned it around with his first victory at the track.
It was also the first time in Chase history where one organization finished 1-2 at back-to-back races as Kyle Busch finished in second.
Jimmie Johnson also continued to finish strong, ending the race in fourth place.
Greg Biffle managed to run solid here, as he took home third place. Will he be able to maintain momentum moving forward through the Chase though?
Again, as we saw last week in Chicagoland, the three strongest drivers in the Chase continue to remain strong.
Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch, and Jimmie Johnson continue to break away from the rest of the Chase drivers, but it's Matt Kenseth who continues to impress the most.
The Sylvania 300 saw a handful of cautions, but it wasn't enough to throw Kenseth and the 20 team off of their game.
As the Chase moves forward all eyes will be on Kenseth and Joe Gibbs Racing.
Winner: Matt Kenseth