It's a track where close racing is required and banging fenders is part of the deal. No car leaves the track without a donut on the side or sheet metal not damaged.
Martinsville Speedway has been known as a track where muscle is more important than momentum. If a driver can bang his way to the lead, so be it. If the driver getting hit is angry at the move, unfortunately it is just part of the deal.
NASCAR descends on the "Paper Clip" this weekend for race No. 6 of the Chase. The drivers at the top of the standings are heading in as the favorite, and may put a bit of a gap on the rest of the field. At the same time, drivers outside the Chase are looking to steal some of the thunder from those contending for a championship.
We saw last weekend that it can happen, and short track racing often provides us with many moments where the most unexpected driver could be the one celebrating.
So, without further hesitation, let's take a look at 10 drivers who we all should keep our eyes on come Sunday afternoon in the Tums Fast Relief 500.