In the last two weeks, two more NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers joined the three-win club, suddenly making it quite crowded with a total of five drivers.
But after Jeff Gordon's win at Michigan and Joey Logano's victory at Bristol, where does that leave the B/R driver rankings?
Remember, this is based not only on race victories (although that is the No. 1 factor), but also on which teams have the most momentum (in the right direction or possibly in the wrong direction), the chemistry between drivers and crew chiefs and which drivers are poised to be at their best over the next two races before the Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff field is set.
Certainly, Logano is on the move in the right direction, and he's rightly very excited about it. "What a year we're having," he said, via Tom Jensen of Fox Sports. "This has been so much fun. The past six or seven races have been unbelievable. We've been running up front, man. It's just so much fun."
As Bleacher Report's Jerry Bonkowski so aptly wrote immediately after Logano's latest triumph, "This isn't Little Joey anymore. This is a potential champion we're talking about."
Read on to see who else is moving in the right direction and who is not.