Roush/Fenway driver, Carl Edwards held off team mate Greg Biffle to win on the concrete at Dover Downs.
Another Roush Fenway Racing driver, Matt Kenseth dominated the race until a blown engine ruined his day. The Monster Mile lay claim to a host of unsuspecting drivers, as the second visit to Delaware turned into a crash fest, late in the race.
Hendrick Motorsports driver Jeff Gordon took over the points lead after relinquishing it to team mate Jimmy Johnson for one race.
Kyle Petty and Denny Hamlin gave the fans a little WWF action as Kyle paid a visit to Denny's garage stall while crews were trying to facilitate repairs after the two tangled halfway through the 400 mile event.
The Buzz ON PIT ROW is:
Could a Roush/Fenway Ford driver be a contender for the Cup title after all?"?
The Fast Lap this week asks:
1) Should NASCAR penalties be more more severe during the Chase than during the regular season?
2) Should someone have physically kept Kyle Petty from visiting Denny Hamlin's garage during the race?
3) Drivers are still hating on the CoT. Is it basically flawed--or, still, just in need of some off-season tweaking?
4) Is the Monster Mile too much of a monster to be included in The Chase schedule?
Let us know how you feel about these questions, or anything else that happened during this monstrous week in The Chase. If we like your comments, whether we agree or not, we may use them on the air during Tuesday's ON PIT ROW. Leave us a comment on the blog or call the show--toll free at 1-877-502-8255 between 5-7pm edt on Tuesdays.