Tony Stewart: Where cars were catching you and where you were pulling away from cars depended a lot on not only where the second place car was, but the third and fourth place cars, as well. It depended on how they caught the second place car and when that guy got the push. It depended on where they caught you. When they would catch a few then that would give you a push. It just seemed like it was real repetitious that the guys were catching me at the end of the back stretch. Our car drove really good through [turns] three and four and that was probably the reason why we could pull away a little bit off of four, and our car was a little bit on the tight side in [turns] one and two, and that may have made it to where it helped them get a little better run down the back, also.