Quick, name the three drivers to win multiple points-paying Sprint Cup races this season.
The quarreling Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick? Okay, that's two.
Jimmie Johnson? Nope, just one.
Carl Edwards? Sorry, no.
Denny Hamlin? Not even close.
No, the third is... Matt Kenseth, surprisingly enough. After winning the 2009 Daytona 500 and following race in California, Kenseth's well ran dry until Texas last month, and he struck for the second time in five races at Dover. Quietly, Kenseth has asserted himself to be a Top Five caliber driver, much like he was in his championship-winning season in 2003.
This weekend, we head to Charlotte for the All-Star Race, which is not a points paying event. It'll probably be more of a grudge match between feuding drivers than an accurate representation of the sport's top drivers, but it'll be a fun time nonetheless. But who looks good—and who doesn't—coming out of Dover?