This weekend marks the beginning of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' Chase for the Cup, a 10-weekend playoff event in which the series' top 12 drivers will fight for its championship.
For the past four years, Jimmie Johnson has dominated this event, winning every Chase from 2006 on.
But this year looks to be a little different. The perceived strength in the No. 48 team that has been there in years past isn't as readily apparent to casual observers. Meanwhile, a handful of other drivers appear ready to step up and assume the position atop the standings.
So who's got the momentum heading into the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and who's lagging towards the back? Let this slideshow be your guide. Roll it!