Here's a quick-hitting rewind on all of the happenings from Saturday night's Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
Yellow Fever - Despite 60 years of racing and 106 Sprint Cup Series events at Darlington Raceway, never had the field combined to create as many caution flags as it did Saturday night. The yellow waved 17 times for 73 laps, upping the previous record from 15 cautions.
The number of caution flags wasn't a record though as a race in 1995 had 12 cautions for 94 laps, a race in 1977 had 6 cautions for 93 laps, and one in 1974 with 11 cautions for 101 laps.
Teammate Trouble - Carl Edwards wasn't exactly happy with his teammate Greg Biffle after an incident on lap 284.
Biffle appeared to have touched the rear of Edwards' No. 99 while battling for position in turn 2, spinning the No. 99 into the outside wall. Edwards finished 32nd.
"We've been fighting real hard all night with our car and making progress, and Greg just got into my left rear and put me in the fence there," Edwards said. "It's too bad that happened. That's a really good car. I've been trying to give all night and race cautiously, and we just got tangled up with him there."
When asked after the race, Biffle didn't think he made contact with Edwards.
Lovin' the Walls - While many of Sprint Cup's finest loved making contact with outside walls at Darlington Raceway Saturday night, the biggest and best part of those walls was the paint job put on them by the track.
Sections of red and white alternated in a fashion reminiscient of days gone by at the historic track, and the look was fantastic. Here's to hoping Darlington sticks with the look.
Crowd Reaction - Speaking of days gone by, did you catch the crowd reaction to Kyle Busch's flat tire and ensuing wall contact?
After Busch brought the No. 18 to pit road and later made the hard left turn for repairs in the garage area, the Darlington crowd erupted in a fashion similar to the treatment Jeff Gordon used to recieve when he had such luck.
"This place will kill you -- trust me. You're running right up by the fence and all day you are about in the fence," said Logano. "It's close, but it's fun, its grueling and I'm glad its over."
You and Kyle Busch both.