What a race we saw at Bristol Motor Speedway, as four different drivers spent significant time at the front. In the end, the dominant driver finished third, while the eventual winner had never finished better than 13th there previously.
After the action Saturday night, who's hot and who's not? Which drivers are looking good as NASCAR wraps up its regular season and heads to the Chase in just a few weeks?
Believe it or not, making the Chase isn't an impossibility for any of these 20 drivers, although at this point, there are only two Chase spots up for grabs.
The top nine drivers are basically locked in (Junior Nation, feel free to breathe a sigh of relief), while Brad Keselowski will get in either as a wild card or possibly as a member of the top 10.
Tony Stewart could get in by maintaining his position in the top 10, and Denny Hamlin could make the Chase by staying ahead of the other one-win drivers. The other nine drivers could get in by winning one of the next two races.