Kevin Harvick may have gotten the wins, but Clint Bowyer was the driver to beat at the plate tracks in 2010.
Anyone who religiously followed the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series during the 2010 season has already figured out that the two drivers who made a list like this has to be Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards.
Fans might remember 15-year-old Jeffrey Buzell, who met NASCAR's most popular driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. this past summer after being featured on ESPN's "My Wish" series.
Not a good analogy? Still confused? Ok, lets look at it from a racing perspective.
After watching the tire test news conference it was time to decorate the Christmas tree. As I hung the last brightly colored ball and strung the last of the garland I laid down in the floor and closed my eyes. My mind began to wander as I drifted off to sleep.
Who was the Jeff Gordon that NASCAR and its fans saw in 2010?
So, it's that time of the year again. The time for rewinding the 2010 racing season and taking a second look at all of the fun, and in some cases exasperation.
NASCAR fans should be in for a treat as Nelson Piquet Jr. embarks on his first full-time season in the Truck Series with KHI.
"We spared no expense in the repaving project. When you think about the elements you need to put on a race for your fans, and the teams, asphalt is definitely high on the list. For us we think it's important that our fans know the asphalt we put down is going to provide a great racing surface."