Sunday, July 3, 2011

NASCAR by the Numbers: Plate racin' at Daytona

Beating and banging at high speeds means one thing…wrecking!  If your favorite driver escaped unscathed, KUDOS to them!  Otherwise, you are thankful to be leaving Daytona and headed to Kentucky.


Nationwide Subway Jalapeno 250:

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    Reed Sorenson claimed the Nationwide Dash
    for Cash bonus.
    Credit: Geoff Burke/Getty Images
  1. Reed Sorenson 
  2. Elliott Sadler  -9
  3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  -31
  4. Justin Allgaier  -37
  5. Jason Leffler  -73
  6. Aric Almirola  -81
  7. Kenny Wallace  -116
  8. Steven Wallace  -143
  9. Brian Scott  -156
  10. Michael Annett  -164
  11. Josh Wise  -197
  12. Mike Wallace  -217
  13. Mike Bliss  -221
  14. Trevor Bayne  -234
  15. Joe Nemechek  -252
Biggest Movers: Mike Wallace +1
Biggest Losses: Mike Bliss -1


Up next: July 8th at Kentucky Speedway for the Feed the Children 300. Will be seen on ESPN at 7:30 p.m. EST.

Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400:
Carl Edwards had been leading the points since Texas but one night at a restrictor plate … poof! The 99 team did damage control and salvaged points, slipping him only –5 behind new leader, Kevin Harvick.
    2011 Talladega April NSCS Practice Kevin Harvick Richard Childress
    Credit: Tom Pennington/Getty Images for NASCAR
  1. Kevin Harvick 
  2. Carl Edwards  -5
  3. Kyle Busch  -10
  4. Kurt Busch  -16
  5. Matt Kenseth  -22
  6. Jimmie Johnson  -22
  7. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  -52
  8. Jeff Gordon  -67
  9. Clint Bowyer  -81
  10. Ryan Newman  -88
  11. Denny Hamlin  -91
  12. Tony Stewart  -92
  13. Greg Biffle  -113
  14. Juan Pablo Motoya  -118
  15. AJ Allmendinger  -119
Biggest Movers: Kyle Busch and Juan Pablo Montoya +2
Biggest Losses: Jimmie Johnson -3


Up next: July 9th from Kentucky Speedway for the Inaugural Quaker State 400, shown on TNT at 7:30 p.m. EST.

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