Chris Buescher was more than likely aiming for a solid finish in his #34 Ford rather than top the entire field, but thanks to some fog that wouldn't lift off the "Tricky Triangle" Buescher earned his first career win in the Sprint Cup series.
Kyle Busch not only took Indy by storm on Friday and Saturday, he took his dominance to a whole other level by winning Sunday to complete the sweep, as Jeff Gordon returned to the track as a substitute for Dale Earnhardt Jr. who's been pained with a concussion.
The #41 team decided it was best to go on a limb and see if Kurt Busch could drive his red and black Chevy to victory lane on limited fuel. Turns out the common gamble in the NASCAR circuit paid off for Busch and company, and he finally got the win he needed.
It seemed like Martin Truex Jr. used the All-Star Race to really get things perfect for this week's race at Charlotte. Truex Jr. led almost every single lap on Sunday night, crossing the start/finish line in the lead spot 392 of 400 times.