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NASCAR Sprint Cup pit crews select all-star team


On Tuesday, revealed the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All Pit Road Team. More than 1,730 Sprint Cup crew members cast votes to determine the top performers from among those on the teams of the 16 Chase for the Sprint Cup teams. Through the voting, four honorees — first team, second team, third team and honorable mention — for each pit crew position.

Also, a top crew was chosen through voting by crew members and another top crew was chosen by votes from Sprint Cup crew chiefs. The top crew selected by crew members was the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of Denny Hamlin. Meanwhile, the top team chosen by crew chiefs was the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet team of driver Kurt Busch.

Below, are the individual honorees, listed by position with team car number listed in parentheses:

Front Tire Changer
first team — Clay Crobinson (19)
second team — Dustin Necaise (11)
third team — Cam Waugh (48)
honorable mention — Shane Pipala (41)

Front Tire Carrier
first team — Dylan Dowell (22)
second team — Kevin Harris (19)
third team — Jeremy Ogles (2)
honorable mention — Joe Crossen (20)

first team — Nate Bolling (11)
second team — Ray Gallahan (22)
third team — Braxton Brannon (2)
honorable mention — Trey Burklin (19)

Rear Tire Changer
first team — Mike Hicks (11)
second team — Jake Seminara (18)
third team — Daniel Smith (4)
honorable mention — Zach Price (22)

Rear Tire Carrier
first team — Matt Ver Meer (19)
second team — Heath Cherry (11)
third team — Kenny Barber (18)
honorable mention — Mike Mornea (4)

first team — Kellen Mills (22)
second team — Justin White (4)
third team — Caleb Hurd (11)
honorable mention (48)

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