NASCAR By the Numbers: Iowa and Loudon

A full weekend of racing, a dream come true for the diehard NASCAR fans. The series were split this week, Trucks in Iowa while Nationwide and Cup were in Loudon.  Let's look at the points after this weekend.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Coca-Cola 200
Hard racing as always in the NCWTS. Matt Crafton rebounded from a disappointing few weeks to take the win, teammate Johnny Sauter holds onto the points lead.
  1. Johnny Sauter
  2. Austin Dillion  -22
  3. Cole Whitt  -26
  4. James Buescher  -36
  5. Matt Crafton  -44
  6. Timothy Peters  -47
  7. Ron Hornaday Jr.  -53
  8. Parker Kligerman  -54
  9. Joey Coulter  -57
  10. Brendan Gaughan  -73
  11. Todd Bodine  -76
  12. Max Papis  -88
  13. Nelson Piquet Jr.  -94
  14. David Starr  -97
  15. Jason White  -101
Biggest Movers: Matt Crafton and David Starr +3, Nelson Piquet Jr. +2
Biggest Losses: Parker Kligerman –3
Up next: Nashville Superspeedway for the Lucas Deep Clean 200;Friday July 22 at 8pm on SPEED



Nationwide Series New England 200

  1. Elliott Sadler  credit geoff burke
  2. Reed Sorenson  -7
  3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  -18
  4. Justin Allgaier  -41
  5. Aric Almirola  -81
  6. Jason Leffler  -91
  7. Kenny Wallace  -102
  8. Steven Wallace  -148
  9. Michael Annett  -153
  10. Brian Scott  -163
  11. Trevor Bayne  -232
  12. Mike Wallace  -234
  13. Mike Bliss  -234
  14. Joe Nemechek  -249
  15. Josh Wise  -260
Biggest Movers: Trevor Bayne +2
Biggest Losses: Josh Wise –3
Up next: Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway; Saturday July 23 at 7:30 on ESPN



Sprint Cup Series Lenox Industrial Tools 301
What a race, Stewart-Haas racing finally was back on the groove they needed. Carl Edwards had a good race and played it smart, not gambling with fuel and regains the points lead.
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  2. Jimmie Johnson  -7
  3. Kurt Busch  -11
  4. Kevin Harvick  -15
  5. Kyle Busch  -20
  6. Matt Kenseth  -26
  7. Jeff Gordon  -65
  8. Ryan Newman  -66
  9. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  -75
  10. Denny Hamlin  -82
  11. Tony Stewart  -82
  12. Clint Bowyer  -110
  13. David Ragan  -128
  14. Kasey Kahne  -129
  15. Greg Biffle  -129
Biggest Movers: Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne +3
Biggest Losses: Kyle Busch -4
The Cup series has a much needed off weekend next weekend but returns in two weeks from the Brickyard at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
NASCAR By the Numbers: Iowa and Loudon NASCAR By the Numbers: Iowa and Loudon Reviewed by Unknown on Monday, July 18, 2011 Rating: 5

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