Ricky Craven and his Tide machine tried to clean up early. He finished the race in Third place.

Mark Martin survived 600 grueling miles to claim his first victory since the spring 2000 race at Martinsville, and walked away with a $1 million Winston bonus.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s string of bad luck continued in the Coca-Cola 600 when he was forced to retire early.

Pole sitter Jimmie Johnson's chance of winning slipped away when he overshot his pit box late in the race and was ordered by a NASCAR official to back up.

DoverJeff Gordon streaked around the Monster Mile and, by the time the race had ended, climbed to Third in series points. The four-time Winston Cup champion was still seeking his first win of the 2002 season.

Jack Roush returned to the track for the first time since a near-fatal plane crash, and his driver Greg Biffle (center) took him to Victory Lane in the Busch Series race.

You could count on rookie phenom Jimmie Johnson to pick up his second win of the season. The rookie standout held off a late charge by veteran Bill Elliott.