Honestly, everything kind of unfolded Sunday afternoon to some degree the way it was anticipated at Martinsville Speedway.
We talked about it a lot pre-Martinsville. We knew we would have a fair amount of cautions in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race; we had 11 cautions for 64 laps. At the same time, we cycled through one set of green-flag pit stops, so all that was pretty much in line with what we've seen here before.
The drivers who we anticipated were going to run well and were going to be contenders to win the race pretty much were. We knew the Hendrick drivers were going to be strong, and they were, with Jimmie Johnson leading them to the win. Even Dale Earnhardt Jr. who qualified 20th, looked on his way to a finish near the top five or inside the top 10 until things maybe kind of went the wrong direction on not pitting there at the end. For several laps, we had three Hendrick drivers in the top five and four in the top seven or top eight.
Probably the biggest disappointment of the...