AJ Allmendinger has three top-10s to his credit in 2014 and they could not have come on a more diverse group of tracks. He finished fifth at Talladega, sixth at Richmond, and eighth at Auto Club.
Roush-Fenway Racing showed a lot of promise during the weekend and they capped it off with a 10th-place finish for Trevor Bayne.
For only the second time in his career, Matt DiBenedetto earned a top-10 finish with his ninth in the 2017 Daytona 500.
Michael Waltrip did not win in his final race, but he ended his career in style with an eighth-place finish in the Daytona 500.
Kasey Kahne finished seventh in the Daytona 500 after starting the race 26th.
Joey Logano was shuffled out of the draft late in the Daytona 500 and could manage to climb back to only sixth.
Paul Menard rounded out the top-five at Daytona with a fifth-place finish after starting 33rd.
Aric Almirola earned his second career top-five at Daytona International Speedway when he crossed under the checkers fourth in the 59th running of the 500.
AJ Allmendinger finished third in the Daytona 500 after starting the afternoon 38th.
Ryan Blaney crossed under the checkers second in the 2017 Daytona 500.
Kurt Busch inherited the lead when first Chase Elliott and then Kyle Larson stumbled on fuel in the final laps to win the Daytona 500. He led only that one lap.
Kevin Harvick led the field to the green/white flag that marked the end of the second stage of the Daytona 500 to earn 10 championship points and one bonus point for the playoffs.