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Ali Kern is coming south.  The 17-year-old racer from Fremont, Ohio has entered the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150 at the Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway on Saturday, March 26.  The event will be the season opener for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.  Kern will be looking to make her second start in the series as she hopes to run the series in 2011.  This will be her first start in NASCAR below the Mason-Dixon Line.


"This will be my fist time coming down south to race in NASCAR, and I'm excited to do that.  Really, for where I'm at right now in my career, the best competition is down south and in the K&N Pro Series East division.  There are so many great teams and drivers, a lot of Cup teams in this series with their development drivers that make it tough.  Ali Kern Motorsports isn't affiliated with a Cup team, but I know our Crown Battery car is just as competitive as anyone.  That gives me a lot of confidence that we're going to hang with a lot of the teams based in the Carolinas.  Hopefully we can open some eyes doing that.


Kern is known throughout Ohio as one of the youngest female drivers to enter the national stage and the ranks of NASCAR.  She has multiple championships in the ranks of quad motocross and karting, as well as wins in asphalt modifieds.  Kern is the youngest female racer to start in the K&N Pro Series East when she raced at Lee USA Speedway in 2010.  She has support from Ohio-based Crown Battery, but continues to look for sponsorship to help her compete full-time in the east series this season.


"This will be a new track to me, and sure it's hard to go to a new place, but Greenville Pickens is similar to Sandusky (Ohio) Speedway one of my home tracks.   I've won races there and have a ton of laps there.  My crew chief also has experience at Greenville Pickens too, so I'm not going in completely blind.  I'm used to the flat, paperclip-type ovals and hopefully we can turn some heads.


"I just want to get back into the K&N East car.  Racing the modifieds around Ohio is great, but they are more of an ill-handling car.  They are light, the tires are thin and it can be handful.  My east car is like driving a Cadillac, and I just have a lot of confidence in the bigger, faster cars.  I'm not intimated at all, and just happy to be racing against the best.  Teams like Joe Gibbs, Red Bull Racing and others compete in this series.  If you race well, that means you've accomplished a lot.


"Looking at the race weekend, I think a good day would be to first make the race solidly during qualifying.  There are going to be a lot of good cars, a lot of good drivers, but I've got a positive attitude about qualifying.  We then want to complete all the laps and be there for a top-10 finish in the end.  I think that will give us a lot of momentum moving forward.  Our schedule is really going to depend on sponsorship moving forward.  A good race will help us find some more money."

Ali Kerns PR

When Henry Ford crossed the finish line to beat Alexander Winton on Oct. 10, 1901 in a car he called ‘Sweepstakes’, he created the first milestone victory for Ford Racing.

 

In recognition of the 110th anniversary season of that historic win, Ford Racing has produced a sweepstakes of another sort for fans who want to interact and learn more about the memorable moments in the manufacturer’s racing history.

 

“There have been so many ground-breaking moments in Ford Racing history, we wanted to highlight those throughout this special year,” said Jamie Allison, director, Ford Racing.  “Whether it was winning the 24 Hours of LeMans four straight years, Jimmy Clark teaming up with the Wood Brothers to win the Indianapolis 500, or John Force coming back to win his record 15th NHRA Funny Car championship, our racing history in all forms of worldwide motorsports is second to none, and we’re excited to have a website where fans can relive some of these classic events.”

 

The newly-created website,  www.fordracing110.com, is live today and will provide regular news content, videos, polls, fantasy games, and forums for fans to discuss and comment on various topics.  The initial news content focuses on NASCAR’s Wood Brothers, who are still basking in the glow of last month’s Daytona 500 victory with 20-year-old Trevor Bayne.

 

New content, video and photography will be continued to be added all year long, giving fans a chance to revisit some of the greatest moments of Ford’s past 110 years in racing.

 

Another part of the site is 110th Anniversary Sweepstakes, where fans can register for a chance to win the grand prize of a Ford Racing dream weekend in 2012.  Five grand prize winners will get to choose a VIP weekend experience for two at one of the following 2012 events:  NASCAR’s Daytona 500, NHRA’s Winternationals in Pomona, Homestead-Miami Speedway’s Grand-Am event in March, or Rally America’s X Games in July.   Monthly winners will receive a limited-edition 110th Anniversary coin.

 

In addition, fans will be able to participate in a weekly helmet-to-helmet fantasy game in which two series’ drivers will be paired against each other.  Fans will have the option to choose between the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NHRA Funny Car, and World Rally Championship.  The player with the most correct matches at the end of the year will win an autographed Ford Racing helmet.

 

“We feel our fans are the most passionate in all of motorsports,” said Allison.  “This is the kind of site where we can engage them and talk to them about the greatest moments in Ford Racing history.”

 

Ford Motor Co.

 

The 2011 Daytona 500 Owner’s Trophy, won by rookie Trevor Bayne and the legendary NASCAR team Wood Brothers Racing, will be on display in Henry Ford Museum starting today, March 18 - March 28. The trophy will be exhibited next to the 1901 Sweepstakes, the race car that carried Henry Ford to victory in the first and only race he ever participated in. Admission to the museum is free with membership or $15 adults, $14 senior (62 and up) and $11 youth (5-12). Children four and under are free. For more information, call (313) 982-6001 or visit www.thehenryford.org.

The 2011 Daytona 500 will be remembered as a race with many incredible, hard-to-believe and history-making moments. Trevor Bayne, who turned 20 years old the day before, became the youngest Daytona 500 winner by five years and the second youngest driver to ever win a race in NASCAR history. Bayne was behind the wheel of the legendary No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion of the Wood Brothers - and won the race in just his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career start. While the Wood Brothers have had their share of Hall of Fame drivers, none have been as young as Bayne, who made his debut with the team last season in November’s Lone Star 500 at Texas Motor Speedway and finished an impressive 17th.

This unlikely, yet historical, victory by Bayne and the Wood Brothers marked the Woods' 98th as a team and fifth Daytona 500 win. The Wood Brothers are NASCAR's oldest continuous team and in their 61st season of racing. The Daytona 500 also marked Ford's 600th win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

The Daytona 500 Trophy, officially named the Harley J. Earl Trophy, is one of the most beautiful trophies in the world. The original trophy is kept in Daytona Beach, Fla., while the winning driver and owners receive a replica of this beautiful piece. The Wood Brothers have agreed to allow their trophy to be on display at Henry Ford Museum during this time period.

Harley Earl came up with the classic Firebird rocket car theme to highlight the Daytona 500 trophy and then he had it hand-sculpted inside his Michigan design studio during the absolute zenith of the American automotive industry.

Earl, who retired in 1958, was vice president of styling at General Motors. He later became the second commissioner of NASCAR in 1960.

Ford Motor Co.

As part of its ongoing effort to enhance the ticket buying experience for race fans, International Speedway Corporation (“ISC”) announced today that it will now offer PayPal payments to fans on its ticket sales websites for its 13 major motorsports facilities including Daytona International Speedway, Phoenix International Raceway and Martinsville Speedway.  In addition, ISC is introducing a new interactive chat feature that allows purchasers to communicate directly with a live sales agent during the online purchase process.
“We are one of the first sports properties to sell tickets through PayPal, one of the most popular, and convenient methods of online payment currently available,” said ISC Vice President, Multi-Channel Marketing and Chief Information Officer Craig Neeb.  “We constantly explore ways to enhance the online ticket purchase experience for our guests and the PayPal solution was a no-brainer.  Also, with our new chat feature, fans can communicate directly with a live ticket agent who can answer questions and provide information to help with the buying process.  We have the best fans in all of sports and our goal is to provide first class customer service starting with their ticket purchase all the way through to their race day experience.”
“ISC is a tremendous sports brand and we’re thrilled to enable ticket purchasing to ISC’s large base of motorsports fans,” said Bill Zielke, PayPal’s Senior Director of Merchant Services. “Now anyone can quickly and securely buy motorsports tickets using PayPal and get down to the racetrack and support their favorite drivers.”
The PayPal payment solution will be available for online ticket purchases for Michigan International Speedway and Daytona International Speedway, and will then extend to all ISC facilities over the next week.  The chat feature is currently live for Daytona International Speedway and Auto Club Speedway and will be available on the ticketing websites for all of ISC’s 13 motorsports facilities by the end of March.
ISC Motorsports PR

Since Historic North Wilkesboro Speedway opened in the late 1940s it has always catered to four-wheel horsepower, but this summer the track will host two-wheel machines when the Bootleg Shine Rally invades the short track on July 30.

The event begins Friday, July 29, with a party in the early evening. Campers may check in
from noon until 7 p.m. that day. The Bootleg Shine Rally will open at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday
with traffic entering off Speedway Road at the track's main entrance. Advance tickets for the
event may be purchased at the Historic North Wilkesboro Speedway office Monday-Friday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., beginning March 7.

“A class rally at Historic North Wilkesboro Speedway is a smart move by Bootleg Shine
Rally organizers,” said –Judy and Eddie of Easy Eddie's, one of several motorcycle industry
vendors that will attend the rally. “Let's face it. What biker or enthusiast would not love to
spend a day in the beautiful countryside of Junior Johnson's stomping grounds where he
made his name. This will be just one more reason to visit the already prospering, reopened
this historic track. Vendors, bikers and enthusiasts have the opportunity to hang out in the
former NASCAR Winston Cup garage where all of the greats lived on race weeks; this on its
own is huge.”

In the planning stages for a few years, Bootleg Shine Rally organizers were looking for the
perfect venue in which to conduct this new event. That venue materialized when Historic
North Wilkesboro Speedway reopened in 2010.

“We are focused on providing the best possible experience for everyone,” said Robin Bartos,
of Lake Norman, N.C., who is head of those, organizing the event. “At BSR we want every
biker who has a garage full of parts or just a few extra parts for sale to come out and enjoy
it old school style. Anyone who wants to purchase vendor space may do so. All spaces are
20’ deep and first 10’ front is $100 and each additional 10’ front is an additional $50. Electric
hook up will be $35 and we have limited covered spaces available so plan to sign up early
This is our 'old school special.' It is our focus to always remember each and every biker who
maybe can't make it to other events to sell, trade and buy the best quality and affordable parts
on hand. Our plan is to always keep our large vendors, but we also want to give the proper

focus to the individual bikers who need to buy, sell and trade. Let's face it. In this economy,
it's all about getting back to financial reality and we have a long range plan to make each
Bootleg Shine Rally the event that must be included on one's calendar.”
In addition to the vendors, there will be a bike show with a trophy given to each class
winner. The top three from each judged class also will receive a photo opportunity with the
speedway's track photographer in the historic facility's unique winner's circle. Each class
winner will ride his/her bike onto the lift that will carry them up to the winner's circle atop the
building.

Other rally events include old school street drags, a trip through the track's Back Roads to
HNWS Museum, a performance by Fair Warning Band, ride-and-drive race car opportunities,
and the opportunity for each biker to ride a lap around the historic short track at highway
speed. Concessions will be available.

For updated information on the Bootleg Shine Rally, go to www.bootlegshinerally.com and
www.historicnws.com.

Historic North Wilkesboro Speedway's 2011 season opens April 7-9 with the PASS North
Wilkesboro 300, the richest ever Super Late Model race. Tickets are now on sale for the
historical event that already has 90 entries.

 

North Wilkesboro Speedway

Following its historic victory at the 2011 Daytona 500 – the company’s 600th win in NASCAR Sprint Cup – and an extraordinary run of business-to-business deals totaling more than $200 million in vehicle sales to NASCAR partners in 2010 alone, Ford Motor Company was honored with the 2010 NASCAR Driving Business Award today at the first NASCAR Fuel for Business Council Meeting in Las Vegas, Nev.


Ford Motor Company, which has been racing in NASCAR since 1949, has been a proud member of the NASCAR Fuel for Business Council since 2007. The NASCAR Fuel for Business Council is a proprietary platform exclusive to NASCAR’s Official Partners that fosters business-to-business (B2B) development, maximizes resource efficiencies and strengthens the community between NASCAR’s top Partners. Since becoming part of the NASCAR B2B Council, Ford has sold 20,000 vehicles to NASCAR official partners


“Ford Motor Company is woven into the fabric of NASCAR, and we are proud to acknowledge our long-standing partner’s tremendous business-to-business success in our sport,” said Norris Scott, Managing Director, Partnership Marketing & Business Solutions of NASCAR. “Ford continues to demonstrate leadership, results and is a very active member of the Fuel for Business Council. They work with all of NASCAR’s Official Partners to sell thousands of Ford vehicles as well as create and implement fan sweepstakes and co-marketing platforms.”


In 2010 Ford entered into numerous business-to-business and marketing platforms with NASCAR’s top Official Partners that started in the Fuel for Business Council meetings and ended with highly visible and successful partnerships. Most notable is Ford’s efforts to sell vehicles to other NASCAR Fuel for Business members through their Partner Recognition Program, as well as fleet sales. Through these efforts in 2010, Ford generated more than $200 million in vehicle sales.


“The ‘Driving Business Award’ is a testament to the hard work and dedication Tim Duerr, our Motorsports Marketing Manager, has for the Fuel for Business Council,” said Jamie Allison, director, Ford Racing. “With the full support of Ford Brand Marketing, and our dealers, we are able to fully leverage the network of Official Partners in NASCAR. The co-marketing, promotions and B2B opportunities created through the NASCAR Fuel for Business Council continue to exceed our expectations, and we are pleased and honored to be recognized for these achievements.”


Through its Official Partnership with NASCAR, Ford created a number of “Driving Business” successes in 2010 such as:


  • Ford sold over 5,000 Partner Recognition Program vehicles through the Fuel for Business Council during the 2010 racing season. Since joining the Council in 2007, more than 20,000 Partner Recognition Program retail vehicles have been sold directly to Official Partners’ employees on the council. In addition, Ford nurtures Fleet relationships with our Official Partners resulting in thousands of additional units per year
  • Office Depot and Ford conjointly created a network where Ford dealerships now purchase office supplies through Ford’s corporate purchasing network with Office Depot. As part of the partnership Office Depot associates receive Ford Partner Recognition discounts on new vehicles.
  • Formed a DRIVE4COPD partnership that included COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) screening made available to more than 3,000 Ford employees in addition to delivering the important DRIVE4COPD screening message to 300,000 Ford Racing fans.
  • In a partnership with 3M, Ford supported two fan sweepstakes in 2010 that generated 200,000+ registrations. For 3M’s promotion, Ford provided brand new 2011 Ford Fiestas as the grand prizes.
  • Partnered in Goodyear’s “Support Our Troops” national campaign to give back to the men and women of the US Armed Forces, awarding a new 2011 Ford Taurus to one lucky
  • Supported Sunoco in their “Decal Race” sweepstakes by providing a 2011 Ford Explorer as the grand prize
  • Implemented partnerships with Bank of America, Goodyear, DuPont and Sunoco that sold more than 1,300 Ford vehicles in 2010 alone.

The prestigious “Driving Business Award” recognizes a NASCAR Official Partner who has driven business and results through their NASCAR Official Partnership on the NASCAR Fuel for Business Council. To be considered for the award, Fuel for Business Council members must provide quantifiable results in both selling and purchasing with other members of the council as well as deliver demonstrated success in co-marketing promotions within the council.

 

NASCAR PR


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Roush Fenway Racing and Valvoline, two organizations with long histories of excellence in automotive performance, announced an extension of their NASCAR partnership. Valvoline, the leading innovator and supplier of quality, high-performing automotive products, will continue to be the exclusive motor oil provider for Roush Fenway Racing and all of its NASCAR entries.

“Engine performance is certainly critical for our race teams, but it’s also something that’s a personal interest of engine builder Doug Yates and me,” said team owner Jack Roush. “Valvoline has a long track record of providing the stability we need to get our teams and drivers into the winner’s circle, which is our primary focus. Our history with Valvoline is one of the richest in the sport and they have been an integral part of our success for a number of years. As an engine guy myself, I certainly understand the importance of lubricants with what we do, and we are certainly happy that they will continue to serve us in that capacity.


“We have high expectations for the remaining races. I am personally pleased that Valvoline is going to be a part of what we feel is going to be a solid run at championships in both NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR Nationwide competition,” said Roush.

"Valvoline is excited to continue our long relationship with Roush Fenway Racing. The combination of their winning culture, great drivers, and Jack's own competitive edge makes them a natural fit for the Valvoline brand,” said Rob Clendening, manager, Global Brands, Ashland Consumer Markets (Valvoline).


Valvoline and Roush Fenway Racing are used to finding victory lane in NASCAR competition. In 14 seasons as the team’s official motor oil, Valvoline has played an integral role in 46 Roush Fenway NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victories. In 2011, the relationship continues into its 15th season, with Valvoline supporting Roush Fenway drivers Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth, David Ragan, Trevor Bayne and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. as the official motor oil of Roush Fenway Racing.

 

RFR PR

 



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Motorsports industry veteran Tish
Sheets has been named national managing director of Speedway Children's
Charities.


As national managing director, Sheets will work closely with a
multitude of diverse partners to advance Speedway Children's Charities'
efforts to care for children in educational, financial, social and medical
need. Sheets will lead the organization's fundraising and marketing efforts
and will also raise awareness of Speedway Children's Charities and its seven
chapters in the national motorsports community.


"As the needs of children across the country grow, our goal with
Speedway Children's Charities is to continue to grow as well," said Bruton
Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of Speedway Motorsports Inc. and
founder of Speedway Children's Charities.


"Tish Sheets will be the perfect addition to lead our growth
initiatives in fundraising and from a national marketing perspective. She's
got the management experience and drive to take us to new levels, while
maintaining our goals of helping children in local communities," Smith
added.


"We need more exposure and more donations in order to help more
children, and that's where Tish's leadership will benefit us greatly."
While Sheets will be a visible part of Speedway Children's Charities
at Speedway Motorsports Inc. facilities nationwide, her home office will be
at Charlotte Motor Speedway. She will begin her new duties March 3. Sheets
will work closely with Major General Tom Sadler, retired U.S. Air Force, who
has led Speedway Children's Charities nationally since 1990 and continues to
serve as executive director and on the organization's Board of Officers.


Previous to joining Speedway Children's Charities, Sheets served as
director of diversity and special projects for NASCAR for nearly a decade.
In that role she developed and managed NASCAR's diversity initiative to
become a nationally recognized and award-winning effort. Sheets created
NASCAR's National Jobs program in partnership with the U.S. Departments of
Labor and Education, a resolution that was unanimously passed by Congress.
Sheets also developed NASCAR's Executive Steering Committee for
Diversity, which worked to promote diversity at all levels of the sport. The
Committee included top-level executives from Fortune 500 companies that
represent all aspects of corporate America including Earvin "Magic" Johnson
and representatives from The Coca-Cola Co., Turner Broadcasting, Eastman
Kodak Co., Sprint Nextel Corp. and the private sector.


Sheets most recently served as director of business affairs at IMG
Worldwide.


"I am honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization like
Speedway Children's Charities, whose work has changed the lives of children
for the better for decades," said Sheets. "It will be a privilege to work
with General Sadler and better understand the history of Speedway Children's
Charities so we may further develop and grow the organization for a
prosperous future."

 

CMS PR


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Fremont, Ohio, native Ali Kern is preparing to make her biggest step in her young motorsports career in 2011. Kern announced today her plans to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and the Whelen All-American Series in an asphalt late model. She also plans to race in the Late Model Bounty Series throughout Ohio. The young female driver, already known for being the youngest female to compete in a K&N Pro East Series event, will be driving for her family-owned and operated Ali Kern Motorsports team. Heading into the season, Kern is the only female driver committed to racing in the Pro Series East this year and hopes to continue the trend of successful female racers.


"We are going to concentrate on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and the Whelen All-American Series moving forward," said Kern. "I feel that this is the next, and best, step in my career. We've purchased an additional car for the East Series races and also purchased an asphalt late model to race in the All-American Series.


"Both of these series has proved to be a great training ground for young drivers moving up the ranks of NASCAR," continued Kern. "The more experience I can get with the cars, tracks and competition, the better I'll be prepared for achieving my goals. I think we've seen a lot of progression with female drivers over the past several seasons and I just want to continue that momentum and keep moving forward."


Kern, 17, is not old enough to compete in a NASCAR national touring series, but NASCAR's regional series has been a successful training ground for Nationwide and Sprint Cup drivers such as Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Truex, Joey Logano and more before their 18th birthdays. Teams such as Joe Gibbs Racing, Michael Waltrip Racing, Red Bull Racing and others have used the series to progress young drivers. Kern, who made one start in the series last season, is hoping that success this season will attract attention.


"It seems that if you can run well in this series that people start noticing you a little bit more," said Kern. "That is something I'd love to have happen, but I'm just focused on getting more seat time in the cars and proving myself throughout the season."


Kern will be making the move to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East after spending her entire youth piloting a race machine. Starting in quad motocross, Kern moved to karting and later the USA Modified Series racing throughout Ohio, Indiana and Michigan where she won Rookie-of-The-Year honors. She has numerous wins and championships in all divisions she has participated. Kern has also twice been invited to the NASCAR Drive for Diversity combine.


The team is currently in discussions with several sponsors to determine the amount of events she will enter, but has committed to race in select events including the event in Columbus, Ohio.

 

Ali Kern PR


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2011 PASS South Series competition heats up with the introduction of Hamke Race Cars as an associate sponsor for the PASS South Series.

Hamke Race Cars of Mooresville, North Carolina will award a bare Super Late Model standard chassis to the 2011 PASS South Series Champion.

Robert Hamke has been a force within short track racing through about every aspect of competition for years and stands as one of  the most respected chassis buildesr in the country. “We are honored to have Robert’s support for the series and it’s racers” stated series president Tom Mayberry.

Hamke race cars track record stands as the winning-est chassis builder in PASS South competition since the series inception.  Collectively, Hamke race cars have earned more Championships and Rookie of the Year awards than all other competing chassis builders combined.

In 2010 Hamke race cars scored 10 wins in 13 events, taking home both PASS South and National Championships with driver Preston Peltier . Series runner-up Ryan Blaney powered to 3 wins through his successful season. 2010 PASS South Rookie of the Year Andy Loden  scored 3 wins, set fast time at 7 events and came home third in the point standings.

Robert’s presence at the track throughout the season  bodes well for the teams that have chosen his chassis. If he’s not turning wrenches on his own cars he’s lending  his knowledge to those who race his “Hot Rods”. 2011 is poised to be another successful season for Hamke Race Cars with the return of last season’s most successful campaigners and the addition of many new teams aboard Hamke built machines. His passion for the sport shines through in his dedication and drive for success.

To be eligible for the season ending award, the championship  winning team must run  all proper PASS  contingency award stickers in their designated locations at all point awarding events on  the 2011 PASS South Series schedule. In the event the championship team fails to meet these requirements the  chassis will be awarded to the next eligible team in the final PASS South point standings that has fulfilled the requirements.

Hamke Race Cars & Parts of 307 Performance Road Mooresville North Carolina is an industry leader of Short track chassis construction and technology for Super Late Model racing as well as  many other racing  applications.

 

PASS PR


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POS

Driver

Points

Starts

Wins

Top 5

Top 10

Money Won

1

CARL EDWARDS

42

1

0

1

1

$1,155,142

2

DAVID GILLILAND

41

1

0

1

1

842,909

3

BOBBY LABONTE

41

1

0

1

1

716,321

4

KURT BUSCH

40

1

0

1

1

833,302

5

JUAN PABLO MONTOYA

39

1

0

0

1

494,159

6

REGAN SMITH

38

1

0

0

1

463,221

7

KYLE BUSCH

37

1

0

0

1

453,517

8

PAUL MENARD

36

1

0

0

1

358,101

9

MARK MARTIN

34

1

0

0

1

373,826

10

A J ALLMENDINGER

34

1

0

0

0

364,612

11

BILL ELLIOTT

32

1

0

0

0

337,209

12

TONY STEWART

31

1

0

0

0

394,959

13

DAVID RAGAN

31

1

0

0

0

375,076

14

TERRY LABONTE

30

1

0

0

0

359,201

15

ROBBY GORDON

29

1

0

0

0

324,434

16

CLINT BOWYER

28

1

0

0

0

422,409

17

JAMIE MCMURRAY

27

1

0

0

0

443,665

18

MARTIN TRUEX JR.

26

1

0

0

0

367,151

19

DENNY HAMLIN

24

1

0

0

0

389,651

20

RYAN NEWMAN

24

1

0

0

0

401,101

21

JOEY LOGANO

21

1

0

0

0

343,701

22

DALE EARNHARDT JR.

21

1

0

0

0

401,476

23

KASEY KAHNE

19

1

0

0

0

342,776

24

DAVE BLANEY

19

1

0

0

0

314,373

25

JIMMIE JOHNSON

17

1

0

0

0

400,637

26

JEFF GORDON

17

1

0

0

0

385,562

27

BRAD KESELOWSKI

16

1

0

0

0

312,851

28

DAVID REUTIMANN

14

1

0

0

0

330,134

29

BRIAN VICKERS

13

1

0

0

0

325,840

30

ANDY LALLY

11

1

0

0

0

307,676

31

MATT KENSETH

10

1

0

0

0

383,062

32

GREG BIFFLE

9

1

0

0

0

359,601

33

JEFF BURTON

9

1

0

0

0

408,377

34

MARCOS AMBROSE

7

1

0

0

0

325,417

35

MICHAEL WALTRIP

4

1

0

0

0

351,401

36

BRIAN KESELOWSKI

3

1

0

0

0

303,376

37

KEVIN HARVICK

3

1

0

0

0

408,237

38

J J YELEY

1

1

0

0

0

293,538

39

TREVOR BAYNE

0

1

1

1

1

1,488,726

40

STEVE WALLACE

0

1

0

0

0

316,451

41

TRAVIS KVAPIL

0

1

0

0

0

300,226

42

ROBERT RICHARDSON JR.

0

1

0

0

0

295,326

43

JOE NEMECHEK

0

1

0

0

0

294,676

44

KEVIN CONWAY

0

0

0

0

0

43,513

45

MICHAEL MCDOWELL

0

0

0

0

0

24,763

46

DERRIKE COPE

0

0

0

0

0

59,138

47

CASEY MEARS

0

0

0

0

0

24,738

48

TODD BODINE

0

0

0

0

0

24,838


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