On Sunday, an old, familiar car managed to score a win in a race backed by an old, familiar sponsor.
The famed No. 2 Penske Racing/Miller Dodge made it to victory lane in Kansas Speedway's inaugural STP 400, for the first time with Brad Keselowski behind the wheel.
It was another strong performance from the young driver, in the wake of comments from Kurt Busch that he hadn't had a strong teammate at Penske in years.
And as long as Keselowski can continue to perform reasonably well for the rest of the season, that win gives him a very real shot at getting into the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
So, where does the rest of the Sprint Cup field stack up after Kansas? Read on: