Jamie McMurray won't go into the NASCAR record books as one of the greatest of all-time. In fact, many may make the case that he didn't really live up to the expectations that come when you win in your second Cup race.

But, there is one undeniable truth. He knows how to win on the sport's biggest stages.

McMurray's All-Star win just underscores that. There are a bunch of drivers out there, including some in (or eventually to be in) the Hall of Fame who are lacking signature wins that McMurray has on his resume: the Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400.

I think that, in large part, McMurray's accomplishments are missed because he doesn't win regularly or hasn't really contended for a Cup title. He's also a nice, unassuming guy who doesn't create waves.

The All-Star win was a feel-good win for McMurray and his team. Will it lead to greater things? Only time will tell. In the meantime, put it down as another impressive notch in his belt.