Kyle Busch – Kyle Busch was very strong this summer at New Hampshire and I would argue he had the second best car. If you just look at his 12th place finish you would never know it. While he was the leader with 62 laps to go he was caught speeding on pit road which dropped him a lap down with little time to recover.
Joey Logano – By no means did Joey Logano have a good car this summer at New Hampshire, but he wasn’t 37th place bad. He was probably around 20th place good but his race wasn’t incident free. He had some sort of track bar issue around lap 176 while running around 20th that sent him to the garage.
Erik Jones – Erik Jones had a good car this summer at New Hampshire and had top ten potential but finished an asterisk mark 39th. During the competition caution pit stop he had contact with another car on pit road and then on lap 42 he had a flat tire and nailed the wall hard which marked the end of his race.