Photo by: Sean Gardner
No. 1 Kyle Larson – Kyle Larson earned his fourth top-five finish of the season during the Gander RV 400, finishing fifth.
Larson earned stage points during Stage 1 (sixth) and Stage 2 (10th). He ran as high as second and held an average position of ninth.
Larson is 14th in the point standings, 267 points behind Logano and 42 points behind 10th place, which is held by Ryan Blaney.
No. 2 Martin Truex Jr. – Martin Truex Jr. earned his eighth top five of the season on Sunday, finishing in the third position.
Truex earned stage points in Stage 1 (fifth) and Stage 2 (fourth). He was running down the leaders in the final laps to contend for the win before a caution sent the race into overtime.
Truex is fifth in the point standings, 123 points behind leader Joey Logano.
No. 3 Brad Keselowski – Brad Keselowski earned his 11th top-10 finish of 2019, finishing eighth.
Keselowski failed to earn stage points during Stage 1, but earned them in Stage 2 with eighth.
Keselowski is sixth in the point standings, 129 points behind teammate Logano and six points behind Truex in fifth.
No. 4 Chris Buescher – Chris Buescher claimed 16th on Sunday, gaining 21 positions from one year ago, when he finished 37th.
Buescher failed to earn stage points, but ran as high as 12th.
He is 21st in the point standings, 385 points behind Logano and five points from Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in 20th.
No. 5 Aric Almirola – Aric Almirola finished outside of the top 10 on Sunday, but gained 13 positions from his finish one year ago.
Almirola claimed 12th place on Sunday. He ran as high as third and earned Stage 1-playoff points after crossing the line in the eighth position.
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver is ninth in the point standings, 210 points behind Logano and 87 behind Truex.