Juan Pablo Montoya got his first NASCAR victory in just his third week of the season – when the Busch Series visited Mexico City.
Paul Menard’s best finish of the season was at Michigan International Speedway, where he finished a career-high 12th in the Citizens Bank 400.
Without a doubt, edging out Kyle Busch by 0.005 seconds in the Pepsi 400 was the highlight of the 2007 season for Jamie McMurray.
In 2007, Casey Mears staked his own claim to the winner’s circle, grabbing his first career Nextel Cup win in the Coca-Cola 600.
Choosing family and fatherhood over deafening racecars and a gaudy-looking trophy, Mark Martin still managed to get off to the best start of his storied career.
In a year where Jeremy Mayfield only managed to qualify 13 times for Bill Davis Racing, his switch to the Haas CNC Racing No. 66 Chevrolet was the high point.
After qualifying for the Daytona 500, Sterling Marlin became the only driver outside the Top 35 in owner points to qualify for all five races.
In the 17th race of the season, the Lenox Industrial Tools 300 at New Hampshire, Kevin Lepage achieved his best start and finish of a difficult 2007.
The high point of Terry Labonte’s 2007 season was simply being asked to come out of retirement to strap in for Michael Waltrip Racing.
A victory is extra special for Matt Kenseth, who is known more for his rock-solid consistent finishes rather than dominating double-digit win seasons.