Driver Ratings | Standings | Stage Points

1. Kevin Harvick — He has finished in the top-10 in the last 12 races dating back to 2019 and is the only driver to do that in every race this season.

Driver Rating: 106.8
Point Standings: 1st
Previous Ranking: 2nd

2. Alex Bowman — A strong night in the 600 even though his finish may not depict what Bowman accomplished. He led a race-high 164 laps with an average running position of 3.9 while also winning the opening two stages.

Driver Rating: 107.4
Point Standings: 3rd
Previous Ranking: 5th

3. Kyle Busch — Despite a pit road speeding penalty, Busch was able to make a comeback to score his fourth straight Coca-Cola 600 top five after having only three in his first 13 career starts in the NASCAR‘s longest race.

Driver Rating: 92.0
Point Standings: 9th
Previous Ranking: 4th

4. Brad Keselowski — Pit strategy paid off for Keselowski and crew chief Jeremy Bullins as they inherited the lead when Chase Elliott pitted and led the final five laps to win the Coca-Cola 600. It was career Cup win number 31 for Keselowski and the 123rd victory for Team Penske.

Driver Rating: 101.2
Point Standings: 5th
Previous Ranking: 6th

5. Denny Hamlin — His race was over before it even started when a piece of ballast fell off Hamlin‘s car. It didn‘t matter where Hamlin finished because NASCAR suspended three members of the team for the next four races, including crew chief Chris Gabehart.

Driver Rating: 82.3
Point Standings: 8th
Previous Ranking: 1st

6. Chase Elliott — A fateful decision to pit for tires when caution flew late in Sunday‘s race cost Elliott the chance at winning the Coca-Cola 600. He was credited with second after Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson was disqualified in post-race inspection.

Driver Rating: 108.1
Point Standings: 4th
Previous Ranking: 7th

7. Joey Logano — He led 26 laps and also won the third stage in NASCAR‘s longest race. Logano did slide back after a pit road speeding penalty on Lap 350 and was credited with a 13th-place finish.

Driver Rating: 100.5
Point Standings: 2nd
Previous Ranking: 3rd

8. Ryan Blaney — A much better run for Blaney who looked like the driver that was so strong in the first four races of the season. He finished third Sunday night for his first finish better than 13th in six career Coca-Cola 600 starts.

Driver Rating: 90.3
Point Standings: 7th
Previous Ranking: NR

9. Kurt Busch — Rebounded after being off last Wednesday in Darlington, Busch was credited with a seventh-place Coca-Cola 600 finish after winning the pole. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver has finished in the top-10 in four of the last five races of the 2020 season.

Driver Rating: 86.4
Point Standings: 12th
Previous Ranking: NR

10. Erik Jones — Continuing to improve as the season has restarted. Jones finished 11th Sunday at Charlotte but has rarely been away from the front of the field since NASCAR got back on track after the hiatus.

Driver Rating: 80.8
Point Standings: 13th
Previous Ranking: NR

Dropped Out: Jimmie Johnson, Aric Almirola, Matt DiBenedetto