After an 18th-place finish on Saturday night at Richmond, Greg Biffle's lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings was reduced to just five points over second-place Dale Earnhardt Jr., who moved up two spots in the standings after finishing runner-up to race-winner Kyle Busch.
Also jumping two spots in the championship order was Denny Hamlin, who now sits third overall following his fourth-place finish. The top five is rounded out by Matt Kenseth and Martin Truex Jr.
Truex Jr. dropped three spots in the standings after finishing 25th, his worst result of 2012 and the first time in five races he hadn't finished somewhere in the top 10.
Further down the standings, Busch's victory propelled him to 11th, while his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Joey Logano, fell from 12th to 15th.
On the strength of his third consecutive top-10 finish, Kasey Kahne finds himself 23rd, three positions higher than he was the previous week.
In the standings as of now, Busch and Brad Keselowski would be the two drivers receiving the wild card berths.
Here are the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings after Richmond (relation to the Chase in parentheses):