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NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the AAA Texas 500

Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas going into the AAA Texas 500 on November 3. ESPN’s coverage begins at 2 p.m. ET and the race is scheduled for 3 p.m.

 
TEXAS-SPECIFIC STATISTICS
1 – Matt Kenseth (No. 20 Home Depot “Let’s Do This” Toyota)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 111.0
2013 Rundown
·        Seven wins, 10 top fives, 18 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 12.3
·        Led 24 races for 1,636 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Two wins, 12 top fives, 15 top 10s
·        Average finish of 8.5 in 22 races
·        Series-best Average Running Position of 9.3
·        Series-best Driver Rating of 106.5
·        312 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most
·        1,246 Green Flag Passes, fifth-most
·        Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 173.225 mph
·        Series-high 4,497 Laps in the Top 15 (79.0%)
2 – Jimmie Johnson (No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 108.8
2013 Rundown
·        Five wins, 14 top fives, 21 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 11.3
·        Led 21 races for 1,729 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Two wins, nine top fives, 15 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 9.1 in 20 races
·        Average Running Position of 10.9, third-best
·        Driver Rating of 103.8, second-best
·        389 Fastest Laps Run, second-most
·        4,329 Laps in the Top 15 (76.1%), second-most
·        660 Quality Passes, fifth-most
3 – Jeff Gordon (No. 24 Drive to End Hunger Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 92.6
2013 Rundown
·        One win, eight top fives, 17 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 13.8
·        Led 16 races for 385 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, eight top fives, 11 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 17.0 in 25 races
·        Average Running Position of 13.3, 10th-best
·        Driver Rating of 92.3, ninth-best
·        301 Fastest Laps Run, seventh-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 172.801 mph, ninth-fastest
·        3,666 Laps in the Top 15 (64.4%), eighth-most
·        615 Quality Passes, eighth-most
4 – Kevin Harvick (No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.5
2013 Rundown
·        Three wins, eight top fives, 18 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 11.6
·        Led 10 races for 191 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Three top fives, 10 top 10s
·        Average finish of 12.5 in 21 races
·        Average Running Position of 15.2, 15th-best
·        Driver Rating of 84.7, 14th-best
·        Series-high 1,360 Green Flag Passes
·        3,353 Laps in the Top 15 (58.9%), 12th-most
·        630 Quality Passes, seventh-most
5 – Kyle Busch (No. 18 Snickers Toyota)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 101.8
2013 Rundown
·        Four wins, 16 top fives, 20 top 10s; three poles
·        Average finish of 13.0
·        Led 19 races for 1,225 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, six top fives, seven top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 14.1 in 16 races
·        Average Running Position of 11.2, fourth-best
·        Driver Rating of 101.5, fourth-best
·        308 Fastest Laps Run, sixth-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 173.196 mph, third-fastest
·        3,863 Laps in the Top 15 (72.1%), seventh-most
·        568 Quality Passes, 12th-most
6 – Clint Bowyer (No. 15 Sour Apple Extra Strength 5-hour ENERGY Toyota)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.8
2013 Rundown
·        Nine top fives, 17 top 10s
·        Average finish of 12.0
·        Led 11 races for 354 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Three top fives, eight top 10s
·        Average finish of 12.9 in 15 races
·        Average Running Position of 12.8, ninth-best
·        Driver Rating of 92.0, 10th-best
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 172.855 mph, eighth-fastest
7 – Dale Earnhardt Jr. (No. 88 AMP Energy Gold / 7-Eleven Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 97.0
2013 Rundown
·        Seven top fives, 19 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 13.5
·        Led 13 races for 312 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, three top fives, 12 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 14.3 in 22 races
·        Average Running Position of 11.9, sixth-best
·        Driver Rating of 92.6, eighth-best
·        204 Fastest Laps Run, ninth-most
·        1,264 Green Flag Passes, third-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 172.863 mph, seventh-fastest
·        4,290 Laps in the Top 15 (75.4%), third-most
·        Series-high 707 Quality Passes
8 – Greg Biffle (No. 16 3M Hire Our Heroes Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 83.2
2013 Rundown
·        One win, four top fives, 13 top 10s
·        Average finish of 14.2
·        Led 5 races for 122 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Two wins, eight top fives, 12 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 15.3 in 19 races
·        Average Running Position of 12.3, seventh-best
·        Driver Rating of 102.7, third-best
·        Series-high 458 Fastest Laps Run
·        1,103 Green Flag Passes, 13th-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 173.216 mph, second-fastest
·        4,186 Laps in the Top 15 (73.6%), fifth-most
·        700 Quality Passes, second-most
9 – Kurt Busch (No. 78 Furniture Row/Denver Mattress Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.9
2013 Rundown
·        10 top fives, 15 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 14.7
·        Led 14 races for 444 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, three top fives, 12 top 10s
·        Average finish of 15.2 in 21 races
·        Average Running Position of 14.7, 14th-best
·        Driver Rating of 89.0, 12th-best
·        190 Fastest Laps Run, 10th-most
·        1,258 Green Flag Passes, fourth-most
·        3,382 Laps in the Top 15 (59.4%), ninth-most
·        572 Quality Passes, 11th-most
10 – Carl Edwards (No. 99 Aflac Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 92.8
2013 Rundown
·        Two wins, nine top fives, 16 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 12.7
·        Led 14 races for 450 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Three wins, six top fives, eight top 10s
·        Average finish of 14.4 in 17 races
·        Average Running Position of 11.9, fifth-best
·        Driver Rating of 98.1, sixth-best
·        346 Fastest Laps Run, third-most
·        1,105 Green Flag Passes, 12th-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 173.095 mph, fourth-fastest
·        4,243 Laps in the Top 15 (74.6%), fourth-most
·        679 Quality Passes, third-most
11 – Joey Logano (No. 22 AAA Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 90.8
2013 Rundown
·        One win, 10 top fives, 16 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 14.8
·        Led 13 races for 289 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        Two top fives, two top 10s
·        Average finish of 21.7 in 10 races
·        Average Running Position of 22.2, 28th-best
·        Driver Rating of 67.4, 27th-best
12 – Ryan Newman (No. 39 Outback Steakhouse Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 81.4
2013 Rundown
·        One win, six top fives, 16 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 16.4
·        Led 14 races for 95 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, three top fives, four top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 19.8 in 20 races
·        Average Running Position of 20.8, 22nd-best
·        Driver Rating of 71.4, 21st-best
·        1,243 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most
13 – Kasey Kahne (No. 5 Time Warner Cable Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 95.7
2013 Rundown
·        Two wins, nine top fives, 12 top 10s
·        Average finish of 17.0
·        Led 9 races for 636 laps
Texas Motor Speedway Outlook:
·        One win, four top fives, five top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 18.7 in 18 races
·        Average Running Position of 15.4, 16th-best
·        Driver Rating of 83.8, 15th-best
·        1,220 Green Flag Passes, eighth-most
Chase Contenders
The Top 13
Following Race 33 of 36 / Chase Race #7
 
                                                                           Rank    Season
                                                                           Last     Driver
Driver Points Wins Poles Week Rating
1. Matt Kenseth 2,294 7 2 2 111.0
2. Jimmie Johnson 2,294 5 2 1 108.8
3. Jeff Gordon 2,267 1 2 5 92.6
4. Kevin Harvick 2,266 3 1 4 93.5
5. Kyle Busch 2,258 4 3 3 101.8
6. Clint Bowyer 2,239 0 0 8 93.8
7. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2,238 0 2 6 97.0
8. Greg Biffle 2,236 1 0 7 83.2
9. Kurt Busch 2,219 0 1 9 93.9
10. Carl Edwards 2,218 2 1 10 92.8
11. Joey Logano 2,209 1 2 12 90.8
12. Ryan Newman 2,188 1 2 11 81.4
13. Kasey Kahne 2,170 2 0 13 95.7

 

ADDITIONAL DRIVERS
14. Jamie McMurray 953 34. AJ Allmendinger 402
15. Brad Keselowski 929 35. Bobby Labonte 386
16. Martin Truex Jr. 892 36. David Stremme 362
17. Paul Menard 887 37. Michael McDowell 195
18. Aric Almirola 843 38. Timmy Hill 177
19. Jeff Burton 838 39. Michael Waltrip 114
20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 827 40. Ken Schrader 108
21. Marcos Ambrose 813 41. Scott Speed 99
22. Juan Pablo Montoya 806 42. Terry Labonte 87
23. Casey Mears 675 43. Boris Said 48
24. Denny Hamlin 652 44. Ron Fellows 31
25. David Ragan 605 45. Alex Kennedy 21
26. Tony Stewart 594 46. Justin Marks 14
27. David Gilliland 592 47. Scott Riggs 11
28. Danica Patrick 592 48. Victor Gonzalez Jr 10
29. Mark Martin 562 49. Brian Keselowski 9
30. Dave Blaney 497 50. Tomy Drissi 8
31. Travis Kvapil 474 51. Jacques Villeneuve 3
32. JJ Yeley 431 52. Jason Leffler 1
33. David Reutimann 431
Note: The first 26 races of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season determine which 12 drivers qualify for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, contested over the final 10 races of the season. After race No. 26, the top 10 earn a berth in the Chase. Spots 11 and 12 – the Wild Cards – will go to those drivers outside the top 10 with the most wins, provided they are in the top 20.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2013 Top 13 at Texas Motor Speedway
Rank Driver Races Poles Wins Top Fives Top 10s DNFs Average Finish Driver Rating
1 Matt Kenseth 22 0 2 12 15 0 8.5 106.5
2 Jimmie Johnson 20 1 2 9 15 1 9.1 103.8
3 Jeff Gordon 25 2 1 8 11 6 17.0 92.3
4 Kevin Harvick 21 0 0 3 10 0 12.5 84.7
5 Kyle Busch 16 1 1 6 7 0 14.1 101.5
6 Clint Bowyer 15 0 0 3 8 1 12.9 92.0
7 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 22 2 1 3 12 2 14.3 92.6
8 Greg Biffle 19 1 2 8 12 4 15.3 102.7
9 Kurt Busch 21 0 1 3 12 1 15.2 89.0
10 Carl Edwards 17 0 3 6 8 3 14.4 98.1
11 Joey Logano 10 0 0 2 2 1 21.7 67.4
12 Ryan Newman 20 2 1 3 4 3 19.8 71.4
13 Kasey Kahne 18 1 1 4 5 3 18.7 83.8
* – Based on last 17 races at Texas Motor Speedway (2005 – 2013).
Texas Motor Speedway:
History
·        Construction on Texas Motor Speedway began in 1995.
·        The first NASCAR national series race at TMS was a NASCAR Nationwide Series event on April 5, 1997 – won byMark Martin.
·        The first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race was on April 6, 1997 – won by Jeff Burton.
·        The track underwent a repave between the 2001 and 2002 seasons.
·        In 2011, the spring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race was moved from Sunday to Saturday night under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway.
·        Texas Motor Speedway hosted its first Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on November 6, 2005 – won by Carl Edwards.
Texas Motor Speedway Data
Season Race #: 34 of 36 (11-03-13)
Chase Race #: 7
Track Size: 1.5-mile
Banking/Turn 1 & 2: 24 degrees
Banking/Turn 3 & 4: 24 degrees
Banking/Frontstretch: 5 degrees
Banking/Backstretch: 5 degrees
Frontstretch Length: 2,250 feet
Backstretch Length: 1,330 feet
Race Length: 334 laps / 500 miles
Top 13 Driver Rating at Texas
Matt Kenseth…………………. 106.5
Jimmie Johnson…………….. 103.8
Greg Biffle…………………….. 102.7
Kyle Busch……………………. 101.5
Tony Stewart…………………… 99.1
Carl Edwards………………….. 98.1
Denny Hamlin………………….. 93.3
Dale Earnhardt Jr…………….. 92.6
Jeff Gordon…………………….. 92.3
Clint Bowyer……………………. 92.0
Martin Truex Jr……………….. 89.0
Kurt Busch……………………… 89.0
Mark Martin…………………….. 87.8
Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2013 races (17 total) among active drivers at Texas Motor Speedway.
Qualifying/Race Data
2012 pole winner:
Kyle Busch, Toyota
196.299 mph, 27.509 secs. 04-13-13
 
2012 race winner:
Kyle Busch, Toyota
144.751 mph, (03:27:40), 04-13-13
 
Track qualifying record:
Kyle Busch, Toyota
196.299 mph, 27.509 secs. 04-13-13
 
Track race record:
Greg Biffle, Ford
160.577 mph, (3:07:12), 11-14-12
 
Notebook
·        There have been 25 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Texas Motor Speedway, one NSCS event from 1997 – 2004 and two races per year since 2005.
·        132 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas; 106 in more than one.
·        Four drivers have made all 25 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Texas Motor Speedway – Jeff Gordon, Bobby Labonte, Jeff Burton and Mark Martin.
·        Jeremy Mayfield was the first Coors Light pole winner, in 1998 with a speed of 185.906 mph. The inaugural Coors Light pole at Texas Motor Speedway in 1997 was cancelled due to weather conditions.
·        18 drivers have Coors Light poles at Texas, led by Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Bobby Labonte, Ryan Newman and Martin Truex Jr. with two each.
·        Two drivers have won consecutive Coors Light poles at Texas Motor Speedway: Bobby Labonte (2003 and 2004) and Ryan Newman (2005 sweep).
·        Youngest Texas pole winner: Brian Vickers (11/5/2006 – 23 years, 0 months, 12 days).
·        Oldest Texas pole winner: Bill Elliott (4/8/2002 – 46 years, 6 months, 0 days).
·        17 different drivers have won at Texas Motor Speedway, led by Carl Edwards with three.
·        Seven drivers have multiple wins at Texas Motor Speedway:  Carl Edwards (three); Greg Biffle, Jeff Burton, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart each have two.
·        Roush Fenway Racing leads the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in the most wins at Texas Motor Speedway (nine); followed by Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing with four each.
·        Three of the 25 (12%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Texas Motor Speedway have been won from the Coors Light pole; Kasey Kahne (2006), Jimmie Johnson (2012) and Kyle Busch (2013).
·        The third-place starting position is the most proficient starting spot in the field at Texas Motor Speedway producing more wins than any other starting position in the field (four).
·        Six of the 25 (24%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Texas Motor Speedway have been won from the front row: three from the pole and three from second place.
·        19 of the 25 (76%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Texas Motor Speedway have been won from a top-10 starting position.
·        Four of the 25 (16%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Texas Motor Speedway have been won from a starting position outside the top 20.
·        The deepest in the field that a race winner has started at Texas Motor Speedway is 31st, by Matt Kenseth in 2002.
·        Youngest Texas winner: Ryan Newman (3/30/2003 – 25 years, 3 months, 22 days).
·        Oldest Texas winner: Dale Jarrett (4/1/2001 – 44 years, 4 months, 6 days).
·        Jimmie Johnson leads the series in runner-up finishes at Texas Motor Speedway with five; followed by Matt Kenseth with four.
·        Matt Kenseth leads the series in top-five finishes at Texas Motor Speedway with 12; followed by Jimmie Johnson with nine.
·        Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson are tied for the series lead in top-10 finishes at Texas Motor Speedway with 15 each; followed by Mark Martin with 13.
·        Jimmie Johnson leads active drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in average starting position at Texas Motor Speedway with an 8.750. Jimmie Johnson is the only active driver with an average starting position at Texas in the top 10.
·        Two active drivers have a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series average finish in the top 10 at Texas: Matt Kenseth (8.500) and Jimmie Johnson (9.100).
·        There have been three NSCS green-white-checkered finishes at Texas Motor Speedway: fall 2006 (334/339), spring 2008 (334/339), and fall 2012 (334/335).
·        Qualifying has been cancelled due to weather conditions twice in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Texas Motor Speedway; the inaugural event in 1997 and spring 2007. The race has never been rain shortened.
·        Kevin Harvick has participated in the most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Texas Motor Speedway without posting a DNF (21).
·        Jeff Burton (4/6/1997) and Dale Earnhardt Jr. (4/2/2000) won their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career race at Texas Motor Speedway.
·        David Ragan (4/09/2011) and Martin Truex Jr. (11/4/2007) posted their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light poles at Texas Motor Speedway.
·        2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski (11/2/2008) and Trevor Bayne (11/7/2010) made their first NASCAR Sprint Cup career starts at Texas Motor Speedway.
·        Two NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers have posted consecutive wins at Texas Motor Speedway: Carl Edwards (2008 sweep) and Denny Hamlin (2010 sweep).
·        10 of the 15 active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers who have won at Texas Motor Speedway participated in at least two or more races before visiting Victory Lane. Jeff Burton and Dale Earnhardt Jr. won at Texas in their first appearance; Carl Edwards, Mark Martin and Ryan Newman all won in their second appearance at TMS.
·        Jeff Gordon competed at Texas Motor Speedway 16 times before winning in the spring of 2009; the longest span of any the 15 active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winners.
·        Only three of the 15 winning drivers have made 10 or more attempts before their first win at Texas Motor Speedway: Jeff Gordon (16) Kyle Busch (15) and Kurt Busch (13).
·        Bobby Labonte leads the series with the most NASCAR Sprint Cup starts at Texas Motor Speedway without visiting Victory Lane at 25.
·        Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Texas Motor Speedway was the April 4, 2004 race won by Elliott Sadler with a MOV of 0.028 second.
·        Two female drivers have made NSCS starts at Texas Motor Speedway: Shawna Robinson and Danica Patrick.
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
Shawna Robinson
16
36
4/8/2002
Danica Patrick
32
24
11/4/2012
Danica Patrick
42
28
4/13/2013
·        Only one car number has produced three or more Texas Motor Speedway NSCS wins:
Car Number – Drivers – (Years)
o   No. 99  – Jeff Burton (1997); Carl Edwards (2005 and 2008 sweep)
·        Matt Kenseth leads the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in laps led at Texas Motor Speedway with 772 laps led in 22 starts.
·        One NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver has won at Texas Motor Speedway in two different manufacturers: Jeff Burton (1997 – Ford; 2007 – Chevrolet)
NASCAR in Texas
·        There have been 34 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races among three tracks in the state of Texas.
Track Name
City
NSCS
Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth
25
Texas World Speedway
College Station
8
Meyer Speedway
Houston
1
·        79 drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as Texas.
·        Nine drivers from Texas have won at least one race in NASCAR’s three national series. Six of the nine Texas native NASCAR winners have won in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Driver
NSCS
NNS
NCWTS
Terry Labonte
22
11
1
Bobby Labonte
21
10
1
A.J. Foyt
7
0
0
Billy Wade
4
0
0
Bobby Hillin Jr.
1
2
0
Johnny Rutherford
1
0
0
James Buescher
0
1
6
David Starr
0
0
4
Colin Braun
0
0
1
Chase For The NASCAR Sprint Cup: Texas Motor Speedway
·        This season will be Texas Motor Speedway’s ninth event in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup since the playoff’s inception in 2004. Texas did not participate in the 2004 Chase. Texas has been the eighth race of the Chase all eight previous seasons.
·        The winner of the Texas Motor Speedway Chase race has gone on to win the championship twice: Jimmie Johnson (2007) and Tony Stewart (2011).
·        Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart are all tied for the series’ most Chase race wins at Texas with two each.
·        The worst finish by the eventual series champion at Texas Motor Speedway is 38th, by Jimmie Johnson in 2009. Johnson was in the Chase standings lead following the 2009 Texas Chase race.
·        Chase Contenders have won seven of the eight previous Chase races at Texas Motor Speedway. The only non-Chase contender to win a Texas Chase race was Tony Stewart in 2006.
·        Three of the 2013 Chase Contenders are former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase race winners at Texas Motor Speedway: Jimmie Johnson (two), Carl Edwards (two) and Kurt Busch (one).
·        The average finish by the eventual series champion at Texas Motor Speedway is 9.25.
·        Chevrolet leads the series in Chase wins at Texas with four; followed by Ford with two. Toyota and Dodge each have one Chase race win at Texas.
Chase For The NASCAR Sprint Cup: Texas Motor Speedway
·        The most dominant performance by a Chase race winner at Texas Motor Speedway is Tony Stewart’s victory in 2006. He posted a Driver Rating of 149.7 and led 278 of the 334 laps (82% of his laps completed) – most by a Chase race winner at Texas.
Eventual champion’s points position and point deficit to the standings leader following the seventh Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race:
Season
Champion
Points Back From Leader
Points Position Following Seventh Chase Race
2004
Kurt Busch
0
1st
2005
Tony Stewart
0
1st
2006
Jimmie Johnson
-26
2nd
2007
Jimmie Johnson
-8
2nd
2008
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2009
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2010
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2011
Tony Stewart
-8
2nd
2012
Brad Keselowski
-2
2nd
Note: 2011 and 2012 are under the current points per finish system
The top two Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings drivers 10 best finishes in 2013:

Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Standings Tie-Breaker Breakdown
Matt Kenseth #1
Jimmie Johnson #2
Driver
Finishing Position
Date
Track
Driver
Finishing Position
Date
Track
Matt Kenseth
1
3/10/2013
Las Vegas
1
Jimmie Johnson
1
2/24/2013
Daytona
Matt Kenseth
1
4/21/2013
Kansas
2
Jimmie Johnson
1
4/7/2013
Martinsville
Matt Kenseth
1
5/11/2013
Darlington
3
Jimmie Johnson
1
6/9/2013
Pocono
Matt Kenseth
1
6/30/2013
Kentucky
4
Jimmie Johnson
1
7/6/2013
Daytona
Matt Kenseth
1
8/24/2013
Bristol
5
Jimmie Johnson
1
9/29/2013
Dover
Matt Kenseth
1
9/15/2013
Chicago
6
Jimmie Johnson
2
3/3/2013
Phoenix
Matt Kenseth
1
9/22/2013
New Hampshire
7
Jimmie Johnson
2
7/28/2013
Indianapolis
Matt Kenseth
2
10/27/2013
Martinsville
8
Jimmie Johnson
3
4/21/2013
Kansas
Matt Kenseth
3
10/12/2013
Charlotte
9
Jimmie Johnson
4
5/11/2013
Darlington
Matt Kenseth
5
7/28/2013
Indianapolis
10
Jimmie Johnson
4
9/22/2013
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