NASCAR By the Numbers: Kansas and Chicagoland

The racing was action-packed this weekend, off the track as much as on the track. Let's recap all three series and who gained and lost in the championship battle.

Camping World Truck Series:

Johnny Sauter and the No. 13 team are in it to win it. A strong run in the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250, leading 11 laps and holding in the top five throughout the race, Sauter re-establishes the points lead headed to Texas next weekend. 

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1. Johnny Sauter 
2. Cole Whitt  -12
3. Austin Dillion  -30
4. Matt Crafton  -32
5.Timothy Peters  -47
6. Ron Hornaday Jr.  -56
7. James Buescher  -59
8. Parker Kligerman  -74
9. Todd Bodine  -78
10. Brendan Gaughan  -87
11. Joey Coulter  -88
12. Max Papis  -88
13. Clay Rogers  -91
14. David Starr  -96
15. Nelson Piquet Jr.  -99

Biggest Movers: Joey Coulter +5, Nelson Piquet Jr. +4
Biggest Losses: Clay Rogers -5, Max Papis -2

Up next: June 10 at Texas Motor Speedway for the WinStar World Casino 400K at 9 p.m. EST on SPEED

Nationwide Series:

What an end to the race - Allgaier coasts across the finish line on fumes and best yet, he had to walk to Victory Lane! That is hard racing at its best.

Credit: Steve Langley
1. Reed Sorenson 
2. Elliott Sadler  -2
3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  -6
4. Justin Allgaier  -11
5. Aric Almirola  -46
6. Jason Lffler  -51
7. Kenny Wallace  -71
8. Steven Wallace  -103
9. Brian Scott  -122
10. Michael Annett  -142
11. Josh Wise  -154
12. Joe Nemechek  -171
13. Mike Bliss  -173
14. Mike Wallace  -186
15. Trevor Bayne  -187

Biggest Movers: Reed Sorenson +2

Up Next: Off week, then returning June 18 at Michigan International Speedway for Alliance Truck Parts 250 on your local ABC station at 3:30 p.m. EST. 

Sprint Cup:

Another week, another fuel mileage race. Dale Jr. was in contention at the end but Brad Keselowski managed to save enough fuel to hold on for the win. Carl Edwards finished 5th and maintains his points lead.
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1. Carl Edwards
2. Jimmie Johnson  -40
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  -41
4. Kevin Harvick  -43
5. Kyle Busch  -60
6. Kurt Busch  -71
7. Matt Kenseth  -73
8. Tony Stewart  -92
9. Clint Bowyer  -94
10. Ryan Newman  -103
11. Denny Hamlin  -104
12. Greg Biffle  -108
13. Jeff Gordon  -121
14. Mark Martin  -128
15. Juan Pablo Montoya  -128

Biggest Movers: Jeff Gordon +3
Biggest Losses: Kevin Harvick -2

Up next: Pocono 500 from Pocono Raceway, Sunday, June 12, at 1 p.m. EST on TNT

Amanda takes NASCAR seriously and is willing to pass up other activities to watch the boys have at it. NASCAR By the Numbers and In the Rearview Mirror (looking back at NASCAR's history) are Amanda's two main focuses with Skirts and Scuffs, but as an Associate Editor her duties are limitless. Amanda also frequently writes the post-race recaps for Skirts and Scuffs. Feel free to contact Amanda via Twitter.
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