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Betty Jane France named Myers Brothers Award Recipient
RELATED: Full schedule for Champion's Week DARLINGTON, S.C. (Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016) – Betty Jane France, whose philanthropic endeavors away from the race track rivaled those of the well-known family business of NASCAR, has been chosen as the 2016 recipient of the National Motorsports Press Association's prestigious Myers Brothers Award. France, who passed away Aug. 29, 2016, is the mother of NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France and International Speedway Corporation CEO Lesa France Kennedy. She was the widow of former NASCAR Chairman and CEO William C. France. While auto racing has been the cornerstone of the family profession, Betty Jane France's reach far exceeded the boundaries of the track. Kind and compassionate, France was the guiding force behind the formation of the NASCAR Foundation, the charitable arm of the sanctioning body that seeks to improve the lives of children most in need. She served as chairwoman of the Foundation upon its inception more than a decade ago and was later named chairwoman emeritus. In 2011, the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, presented by Nationwide, was established in her honor. Each year, the award recognizes outstanding charitable and volunteer efforts of NASCAR fans. Active in her Daytona Beach community as well as abroad, France also helped establish the Speediatrics children's care unit at Halifax Health in Daytona Beach as well as Homestead Hospital in Homestead, Fla. The Myers Brothers Award is named in honor of former NASCAR competitors Billy and Bobby Myers. Determined by a vote of the NMPA membership, it recognizes individuals and/or groups who have provided outstanding contributions to the sport of stock car racing. It has been presented annually since 1958. Myers Brothers Award Winners 2016, Betty Jane France; 2015, Darlington Raceway ; 2014, Dale Earnhardt Jr .; 2013, Tony Stewart ; 2012, Jeff Gordon ; 2011, Drs. Joseph & Rose Mattioli; 2010, Jim Hunter; 2009, Barney Hall; 2008, T. Taylor Warren; 2007, Bill France Jr.; 2006, Benny Parsons; 2005, Rusty Wallace; 2004, Kyle and Patti Petty; 2003, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; 2002, Mike Helton; 2001, Dale Earnhardt; 2000, Kyle Petty; 1999, Junie Donlavey; 1998, T. Wayne Robertson; 1997, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; 1996, Rick Hendrick; 1995, TNN: The Nashville Network; 1994, Brickyard 400/ Indianapolis Motor Speedway ; 1993, Goody's Manufacturing Co.; 1992, Richard and Lynda Petty; 1991, Harry Gant; 1990. Dick Beaty; 1989, Bill France Jr.; 1988 Richmond International Raceway ; 1987, ESPN; 1986, Hayride 500; 1985, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; 1984, Charlotte Motor Speedway ; 1983, CBS-TV; 1982, MRN; 1981, Junior Johnson; 1980, STP & Champion Spark Plug Co.; 1979, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; 1978, Busch Beer; 1977, First National City Travelers Checks; 1976, Junior Johnson; 1975, Bill France Sr.; 1974, H. Clay Earles; 1973, Wood Brothers; 1972, Winston Cigarettes; 1971, Richard Petty; 1970, Richard Howard; 1969, David Pearson; 1968, Wood Brothers; 1967, Richard Petty; 1966, Norris Friel; 1965, Ned Jarrett; 1964, Richard Petty; 1963, Marvin Panch; 1962, Hank Schoolfield; 1961, Ned Jarrett; 1960, Russ Catlin; 1959, Lee Petty; 1958, Bob Colvin. Here is the complete list of Thursday’s award winners from the NASCAR NMPA Myers Brothers Awards Luncheon : · NMPA Myers Brothers Award: Betty Jane France · Buddy Shuman Award: Jack Roush · NASCAR Marketing Achievement Award: Comcast XFINITY · Chevrolet Cross Flags Award: Tony Stewart · American Ethanol Green Flag Restart Award: Kevin Harvick · Coors Light Pole Award: Carl Edwards · Duralast Brakes "Brake in the Race" Award: Kyle Busch · Goodyear NASCAR Series Champion Award: Jimmie Johnson · Ingersoll Rand Power Move Award: Dave Rogers, Joe Gibbs Racing No. 19 Crew Chief · MAHLE Clevite Engine Builder of the Year Award: Scott Vester, Hendrick Engines No. 4 team · Mechanix Wear Most Valuable Pit Crew Award: Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 team · Mobil 1 Driver of the Year Award: Kyle Busch · MOOG Steering & Suspension Problem Solver of the Year Award: Alan Gustafson, crew chief No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports team · Sherwin-Williams Fastest Lap Award: Kyle Busch · Sunoco Diamond Performance Award: Jimmie Johnson · Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award: Chase Elliott · Champion Sponsor Award: Lowe's · Champion Crew Chief Award: Chad Knaus · Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award Presented by Nationwide: Andy Hoffman &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;
Pit road contact hinders Dillon's shot for a win
Contact on pit road between Ty Dillon and David Mayhew cuts down the left-front tire on the No. 3, sending him to pit road for repairs.
Watch NASCAR's Victory Lap on the Vegas Strip
Watch the full replay of NASCAR's Victory Lap on the Las Vegas Strip as all 16 drivers in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup take to the streets with their best burnouts.
Drivers get real at NASCAR After the Lap
All 16 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers let loose during NASCAR's After the Lap in Las Vegas and a surprise guest shows up to help send Tony Stewart off in style.
Tweets to the Winner: Jimmie Johnson makes history at Homestead
RELATED: Complete results " Chase Grid " Standings SHOP: Champion gear He finally did it. It took until the end of his 15th season at stock car racing’s highest level, but he achieved the unthinkable. Jimmie Johnson etched his name in the history books among NASCAR’s greats, doing what was once thought impossible. When car No. 48 crossed the finish line ahead of the field Sunday, he silenced the critics and stunned the sports world. Jimmie Johnson finally won a race at Homestead-Miami Speedway . On Twitter, Johnson’s fans were thrilled to share in celebration of the historic milestone (his first Homestead win, obviously). Congrats @JimmieJohnson for finally winning at Homestead — landon cassill (@landoncassill) November 21, 2016 @landoncassill @JimmieJohnson - They are making a huge deal of this. — ohitsmark.com (@markvidreiro) November 21, 2016 It's about time @JimmieJohnson won at Homestead. #nascar . #se7en — Rich Phillips (@rphillipsTMS) November 21, 2016 Jimmie Johnson won the champion and the homestead trophy,but more importantly he just won a boat for winning the race. #JimmieJohnson #se7en — Mateusz K. (@PolishDrunk) November 21, 2016 @JimmieJohnson - Congrats on your win at Homestead!! — Bobbi Fein (@FeinBobbi) November 21, 2016 There's only 3 tracks left (Kentucky, Watkins Glen, Chicago) that @JimmieJohnson hasn't won at. Tonight was his 1st at Homestead. #NASCAR — Christian Espinoza (@Christian_Racin) November 21, 2016 Congratulations @JimmieJohnson on finally winning at Homestead. Oh yeah that championship is pretty cool too. — T.J. Allen (@cartersdad15) November 21, 2016 JIMMIE LOSES HIS HOMESTEAD WIN VIRGINITY FINALLY!!! — Santa Daddy Moose (@DaddyMooose) November 21, 2016 @JimmieJohnson Way to go Jimmie! Thriller in Homestead! Really cool how you acknowledged everybody that helped you along the way. Class act! — David C. Black (@DavidCBlack_dcb) November 21, 2016 WTG JIMMIE JOHNSON!! Serious WIN at Homestead!! — watching NASCAR on NBC — tnred37845 (@tnred37845) November 21, 2016 Sure, it should probably be noted that in addition to his milestone victory at Homestead, Jimmie Johnson also won a seventh championship and placed himself among the likes of legends Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt, but this is NASCAR -- a sport where firsts are celebrated, not sevenths (unless your only goal is a good points day).
David McGrath looks to make mark at New Hampshire
RELATED: Buy tickets for New Hampshire If you happen to be a track promoter or a race fan, there is a pretty good chance you believe there is no such thing as too much racing. At least that's the case for New Hampshire Motor Speedway Executive Vice President and General Manager David McGrath and the fan base that fills the grandstands two weekends a year at the 1-mile track located in Loudon, New Hampshire. "The crowds tell you no," McGrath told NASCAR.com. "Those stands don't empty. "They get it twice a year (at our facility) and they live for it. Like any other part of the country, the Northeast race fan is a rabid fan of our sport. They love it; they can't wait to get up to New Hampshire. They plan their summers and early fall around those races." McGrath, a native New Englander, understands the region's race fans, the bulk of whom arrive from in-state, with nearby Massachusetts and those making the trek from across the Canadian border making up a sizable chunk as well. Named to oversee the Speedway Motorsports Inc. track in October of '15, McGrath has quickly become acquainted with the intricacies and aspects of running such a facility. "Yeah, jack of all trades, master of none," he said. "You have to work at state level, local level, know your governor, senators, representatives and local selectmen. ... We care a great deal about our municipalities and our towns we work with, because we are all in the same boat together. We are the largest driver of economic revenue (in the state), but we don't do that with a swagger. "You are always trying to be understanding, tolerable and work together to figure out solutions. But make no mistake, the vision of the speedway is to be able to utilize that 1,100 acres with the team we've got and find new, cool events, create things for fans to come and experience." The typical race weekend at New Hampshire will see anywhere from three to four series competing during the course of three days. A Sprint Cup/XFINITY Series doubleheader in the summer and a Sprint Cup/Camping World Truck Series doubleheader in the fall headline programs that also include events from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, Whelen Modified Tour and American Canadian Tour. It's rare to wander into the facility during a race weekend and not hear cars of one sort or another on the track, either practicing, qualifying or racing. Competing at New Hampshire is a big, big deal, especially for the grassroots circuits. "Certainly in the case of the Modifieds it is, no question," McGrath said. "They are a touring series that travels all over the Northeast and they look at New Hampshire as their big, big event. Their Daytona, if you will." The track has played host to the Whelen Modified Series since 1990, three years before Sprint Cup came calling, and the list of previous winners includes such standouts as Mike McLaughlin, Steve Park, Reggie Ruggiero, Mike Stefanik, Tony Hirschman and Ted Christopher. "Saturday on either race weekend at our track, whether it's July or September, I think is one of the best deals in all of motorsports as far as for the race fans," McGrath said. "Absolutely. You get three great races. In July you've got the K&N race to end the day, you've got XFINITY and then you've got Modifieds. And then in September, you've got Modifieds, Trucks, and the ACT. That's just a great day." In addition to hosting two Sprint Cup Series races, including one that falls in the Round of 16 of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, the fall Truck Series race will serve as that series' opener for its inaugural seven-race Chase. Off the track, McGrath said his vision is to continue to develop those things that track ownership -- the facility is one of eight operated by Speedway Motorsports Inc. -- has already undertaken. "We work for the fans," he said. "One of my visions is to continually improve the facility to make it more fan friendly than it already is. Our company has invested a lot of money since we purchased the track back in 2007 going into 2008. We're going to continue to do those things as it makes sense. "We will continue to evaluate areas where we can improve the fan experience. We've built bath/shower houses, increased and improved site drainage ... and have new paving areas all over the campgrounds and the facility. "But the vision would really be to evolve and improve the track and think about new ways to increase the fan experience."
The Rundown: Phoenix driver grades
RELATED: Full race results " Series standings " Chase Grid Breaking down the full field for the Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway: 1. Joey Logano, No. 22 Ford, Team Penske. How's this for irony? The guy who won the race -- in overtime no less -- almost didn't make it past Lap 1. Grade: A+ 2. Kyle Busch, No. 18 Toyota, Joe Gibbs Racing. Busch said it was an "ugly race for us" and "we ran pretty bad all day." Perhaps. But he has a shot at the championship, and teammate Matt Kenseth, who had the exact opposite day of Busch, doesn't. Unfortunate for Kenseth, but that's racin'. Grade: A 3. Kyle Larson, No. 42 Chevrolet, Chip Ganassi Racing. It was Larson who almost took out Joey Logano -- and himself -- on the first lap when he got loose in Turn 3, drifted into Logano (causing a tire rub on the No. 22) and then went for a spin through traffic. But that wasn't Larson's only adventure. He was involved in the second caution when he got hit from behind by Ryan Newman as both were entering pit road. Quite a day. And quite a finish. Grade: A 4. Kevin Harvick, No. 4 Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing. Early problems with the car's handling were too much to overcome, and for the first time since the current Chase format went into effect, Harvick will not be driving for a championship at Homestead. Grade: A- 5. Kurt Busch, No. 41 Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing. Busch caught some breaks and tied a career high with his 21st top 10 of the season, but only a win would have kept him alive in the Chase. Grade: A 6. Alex Bowman, No. 88 Chevrolet, Hendrick Motorsports. Bowman led a race-high 194 laps and was the car to beat all afternoon. He was strong enough to win or at least finish second. He looked so good behind the wheel, you would have thought Dale Earnhardt Jr. was inside the No. 88, not a guy without a ride for 2017. Grade: A++ 7. Denny Hamlin, No. 11 Toyota, Joe Gibbs Racing. Hamlin's team rolled the dice when he didn't pit after the sixth caution and restarted with the lead on Lap 262. The move didn't work, but playing it safe likely wouldn't have, either. Grade: A 8. Ryan Blaney, No. 21 Ford, Wood Brothers Racing. With all the focus on the Chase drivers and Alex Bowman, Blaney drove under the radar to his ninth top 10 of the season. The last time Wood Brothers Racing had nine top 10s in a season was 2005 with Ricky Rudd. Grade: A 9. Chase Elliott, No. 24 Chevrolet, Hendrick Motorsports. Elliott posts back-to-back top-10 finishes for the first time in more than two months. Grade: A 10. Paul Menard, No. 27 Chevrolet, Richard Childress Racing. Menard's third top 10 of 2016 was RCR's 26th of the season, one more than last season. Grade: A 11. Jamie McMurray, No. 1 Chevrolet, Chip Ganassi Racing. McMurray finished in the top 15 at Phoenix for the sixth consecutive race (11.3 average finish). Grade: B 12. Ryan Newman, No. 31 Chevrolet, Richard Childress Racing. For a guy who was instrumental in two cautions -- running into Kyle Larson and later Martin Truex Jr. -- Newman posted a dang good finish. Can't say the same for Truex, though. Grade: C+ 13. Kasey Kahne, No. 5 Chevrolet, Hendrick Motorsports. The overtimes cost Kahne a top-10 finish. Grade: B 14. Brad Keselowski, No. 2 Ford, Team Penske. Keselowski's 29th- and 14th-place finishes at Phoenix this year were his worst combined performance at the track since he finished 16th and 42nd in 2010, his first full season racing for Roger Penske. Grade: B 15. Tony Stewart, No. 14 Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing. Stewart is not making a lot of noise as he heads off into retirement. His finish Sunday was only his third-best in the past 13 races. Grade: B- 16. Greg Biffle, No. 16 Ford, Roush Fenway Racing. The driver of the No. 16 finished 16th in his 500th consecutive Sprint Cup start. Sweet. Grade: B- 17. AJ Allmendinger, No. 47 Chevrolet, JTG Daugherty Racing. Score one for consistency: Allmendinger finished 17th for the second straight race at Phoenix and for third time in his past four starts at the track. (And for good measure, AJ finished 17th last week, too.) Grade: B- 18. Casey Mears, No. 13 Chevrolet, Germain Racing. Mears posted his best finish since running 12th at Watkins Glen in August. Grade: B 19. Carl Edwards, No. 19 Toyota, Joe Gibbs Racing. Edwards qualified for a shot at the championship with his win last week at Texas and was not a factor Sunday. Grade: B- 20. Landon Cassill, No. 38 Ford, Front Row Motorsports. Cassill's seventh top-20 finish in 2016 is equal to his top 20s in his previous three seasons combined. Grade: A 21. Matt Kenseth, No. 20 Toyota, Joe Gibbs Racing. Kenseth went from race leader to out of the Chase in a flash when he thought he was clear after the first overtime restart but wasn't and went spinning after pinching down on Alex Bowman. The focus quickly went to Kenseth's spotter, Chris Osborne, who later tweeted his apologies to all of Kenseth's fans "for ending our Chase hopes," adding "this one's on me." Maybe, maybe not. It's not as if Osborne had all day to make the call. As Ferris Bueller once said, "Life moves pretty fast." Grade: B 22. Aric Almirola, No. 43 Ford, Richard Petty Motorsports. Sunday's finish ended Almirola's run of nine consecutive top-20 finishes at Phoenix. Grade: C 23. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., No. 17 Ford, Roush Fenway Racing. An untimely caution after a green-flag pit stop put Stenhouse in a hole he couldn't climb out of. Grade: C 24. Clint Bowyer, No. 15 Chevrolet, HScott Motorsports. Bowyer's 12th top-25 finish of the second half of the season equaled his number in the first 18 races of the season. Grade: C 25. Matt DiBenedetto, No. 83 Toyota, BK Racing. DiBenedetto finished in the top 25 for the sixth time this season, including for the third time in his past five starts. Grade: B 26. Michael Annett, No. 46 Chevrolet, HScott Motorsports. Annett equaled his third-best finish of the season (26th at Kentucky in July). Grade: B- 27. Regan Smith, No. 7 Chevrolet, Tommy Baldwin Racing. Looking for progress? Smith finished in the top 30 for the 12th time in the second half of the season Sunday, compared with eight top 30s in the first half. And he did it in three fewer starts. Grade: C 28. Trevor Bayne, No. 6 Ford, Roush Fenway Racing. Bayne went for a slide on the first lap when Kyle Larson spun out, and later was a victim of bad timing on a caution after he had pit under green. Grade: C- 29. Danica Patrick, No. 10 Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing. Patrick endured her fourth-worst finish of the season Sunday. She finished 19th at Phoenix in March. Grade: D 30. Brian Scott, No. 44 Ford, Richard Petty Motorsports. Three days after announcing he would retire after the season, Scott finished five laps off the pace Sunday. Grade: D 31. David Ragan, No. 23 Toyota, BK Racing. Ragan had his worst finish at Phoenix in three years. Grade: D 32. Chris Buescher, No. 34 Ford, Front Row Motorsports. The onetime Chaser posted his worst finish of the nine Chase races. Grade: D 33. Jeffrey Earnhardt, No. 32 Ford, GO FAS Racing. Earnhardt finished six laps back in his first Sprint Cup start at Phoenix. Grade: D 34. Michael McDowell, No. 95 Chevrolet, Circle Sport-Leavine Family. McDowell changed the course of the race -- and the Chase -- when he blew a tire with one lap left in regulation, hit the wall and brought out the eighth caution. Grade: D 35. D.J. Kennington, No. 55 Chevrolet, Premium Motorsports. Kennington made his first Cup start, and if he never starts another race, he'll be guaranteed to be able to tell his grandchildren that for all of Jimmie Johnson's accomplishments in NASCAR, Six-Time (or, perhaps, Seven-Time) never beat him on the track. Grade: D- 36. Reed Sorenson, No. 98 Chevrolet, Premium Motorsports. Sorenson finished nine laps back. Grade: F 37. Gray Gaulding, No. 30 Chevrolet, The Motorsports Group. A fuel pump problem spoiled Gaulding's second Sprint Cup start. Grade: F 38. Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Chevrolet, Hendrick Motorsports. Johnson went to pit road as the leader during the fourth caution, but he passed the pace car on pit road and was penalized and that led to the unraveling of his day. On the subsequent restart, he suffered heavy damage to the nose of his car when he ran into the back of Greg Biffle, who had checked up when Austin Dillon's car lost power. Not the best way to go into Homestead racing for a championship, but if anything, absorbing that penalty Sunday pretty much guarantees if Johnson is in a similar situation next Sunday, he won't make the same mistake. Better this week than next week. Grade: F 39. Austin Dillon, No. 3 Chevrolet, Richard Childress Racing. On a restart on Lap 218, a part failed and shut off Dillon's engine. Dillon eventually returned to the track, but he left Phoenix with his worst finish of the season. Grade: F 40. Martin Truex Jr., No. 78 Toyota, Furniture Row Racing. If you Google "How do you finish last in a Sprint Cup race?" this might be one of the results: Roll off the starting grid 40th. Be on pit road under green when there's a caution. Be penalized for passing the pace car on pit road. Race too close to Ryan Newman. Grade: F
Steer Clear: Danica, Dale, David and Tony avoid Kentucky cautions
Watch as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick, David Ragan and Tony Stewart steer clear of some big cautions in Kentucky.
No. 21 Darlington throwback a tribute to David Pearson
The Wood Brothers unveil their throwback paint scheme for Ryan Blaney at Darlington Raceway, honoring David Pearson's 1976 season where he won the Daytona 500, World 600 and Southern 500 that season.
Top consecutive 10-lap averages for Miami
Practice 1 Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 4 Kevin Harvick 1 10 168.283 2 13 Casey Mears 1 10 166.757 3 44 Brian Scott # 1 10 166.697 4 18 Kyle Busch (C) 12 21 163.957 Practice 2 Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 19 Carl Edwards (C) 1 10 169.062 2 11 Denny Hamlin 1 10 168.589 3 24 Chase Elliott # 1 10 168.260 4 31 Ryan Newman 1 10 168.054 5 88 Alex Bowman (i) 1 10 168.027 6 1 Jamie McMurray 1 10 167.422 7 27 Paul Menard 1 10 167.256 8 4 Kevin Harvick 16 25 167.096 9 3 Austin Dillon 1 10 166.922 10 18 Kyle Busch (C) 1 10 166.789 11 2 Brad Keselowski 1 10 166.721 12 42 Kyle Larson 11 20 166.276 13 20 Matt Kenseth 11 20 166.014 14 21 * Ryan Blaney # 19 28 166.005 15 23 David Ragan 1 10 165.377 16 59 Michael McDowell 1 10 165.203 17 14 Tony Stewart 23 32 164.652 18 43 Aric Almirola 14 23 164.576 19 49 * Matt DiBenedetto (i) 1 10 164.574 20 44 Brian Scott # 22 31 164.428 21 38 Landon Cassill 1 10 164.289 22 47 AJ Allmendinger 20 29 163.985 23 15 Clint Bowyer 8 17 162.795 24 55 * Reed Sorenson 1 10 161.831 25 13 Casey Mears 14 23 161.127 26 83 Jeffrey Earnhardt # 19 28 159.321 Practice 3 Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 4 Kevin Harvick 1 10 168.286 2 42 Kyle Larson 1 10 167.618 3 21 * Ryan Blaney # 1 10 167.097 4 3 Austin Dillon 3 12 165.807 5 19 Carl Edwards (C) 25 34 165.689 6 49 * Matt DiBenedetto (i) 2 11 165.410 7 2 Brad Keselowski 25 34 165.159 8 1 Jamie McMurray 8 17 165.088 9 48 Jimmie Johnson (C) 22 31 165.085 10 11 Denny Hamlin 22 31 164.997 11 31 Ryan Newman 22 31 164.811 12 78 Martin Truex Jr . 13 22 164.565 13 18 Kyle Busch (C) 27 36 164.504 14 41 Kurt Busch 20 29 164.445 15 27 Paul Menard 26 35 164.364 16 44 Brian Scott # 6 15 164.278 17 88 Alex Bowman (i) 20 29 164.034 18 14 Tony Stewart 30 39 163.693 19 24 Chase Elliott # 9 18 163.531 20 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr . 19 28 163.360 21 22 Joey Logano (C) 24 33 163.269 22 10 Danica Patrick 14 23 163.262 23 34 Chris Buescher # 9 18 163.146 24 6 Trevor Bayne 18 27 162.796 25 38 Landon Cassill 3 12 162.791 26 59 Michael McDowell 23 32 162.515 27 15 Clint Bowyer 19 28 162.510 28 47 AJ Allmendinger 12 21 161.538 29 83 Jeffrey Earnhardt # 3 12 161.349 30 23 David Ragan 13 22 161.195 31 32 Dylan Lupton (i) 21 30 156.302 * Car must run 10 consecutive laps on the track to be included in the above chart.