A 29-car pileup early into the Busch Series race sent Johnny Sauter (2) rolling down the backstretch.
Tony Stewart tried to make amends for negative comments he made about Alabama race fans.
Jimmie Johnson scorched the field for his first Winston Cup win, then lit up his tires for the fans.
Bobby Labonte showed he can work a ratchet and a steering wheel.
The Rubbermaid crew tried to seal a win for Kurt Busch,but came up short.
Richmond provided a typically rough, short-track ride for many drivers. Here, Dale Jarrett's Ford hits Bobby Labonte's Pontiac hard enough to lift the No. 18 car off the ground.
Tony Stewart's car was bruised and battered by the end of the day, but recovering in Victory Lane.
Jarrett's sponsor would need to deliver some fresh parts once this race was over.
Ryan Newman survived a last-lap bump from Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the final leg of the shootout and walk away $750,000 richer.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. survived a late-race melee to score his first win of 2002.
Some of the fastest action took place behind the wall, where crews such as Jimmie Johnson's scrambled to get their driver back on the track.
The field roars down the frontstretch in the early stages of The Winston. Jimmie Johnson would go on to win the first two segments of the event.