Sunday's race marked the end of an era in NASCAR. The rear wing on the cars, a feature introduced in March 2007, will be replaced with a spoiler starting this weekend at Martinsville. What will the wing be remembered for? Two things: cars getting airborne in scary wrecks, such as Brad Keselowski's harrowing flight on March 7 in Atlanta (many in the garage theorize that the wing makes the cars more susceptible to taking off), and the dominance of Jimmie Johnson
(below), who got his third victory of the season at Bristol. Johnson won 22 of the 93 races in the wing era. (The driver with the second-most winged victories is Kyle Busch, with 13.) Said Johnson with a smile, "I'm kind of sad to see the wing go."