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NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix

Following is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Phoenix International Raceway in Phoenix, Ariz., going into the AdvoCare 500 on November 10. ESPN’s coverage begins at 2 p.m. ET and the race is scheduled for 3 p.m.

 
PHOENIX-SPECIFIC STATISTICS
1 – Jimmie Johnson (No. 48 Lowe’s/KOBALT Tools Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 110.0
2013 Rundown
·        Six wins, 15 top fives, 22 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 11.0
·        Led 22 races for 1,984 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Four wins, 13 top fives, 16 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 6.5 in 20 races
·        Series-best Average Running Position of 7.0
·        Series-best Driver Rating of 116.4
·        Series-high 538 Fastest Laps Run
·        665 Green Flag Passes, 13th-most
·        Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 125.519 mph
·        Series-high 4,749 Laps in the Top 15 (88.2%)
·        Series-high 466 Quality Passes (passes of cars in the top 15 under green)
2 – Matt Kenseth (No. 20 Dollar General Toyota)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 111.2
2013 Rundown
·        Seven wins, 11 top fives, 19 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 12.1
·        Led 25 races for 1,639 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One win, five top fives, nine top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 17.2 in 22 races
·        Average Running Position of 16.0, 15th-best
·        Driver Rating of 87.0, 11th-best
·        717 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most
·        3,210 Laps in the Top 15 (59.6%), 12th-most
3 – Kevin Harvick (No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.7
2013 Rundown
·        Three wins, eight top fives, 19 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 11.5
·        Led 10 races for 191 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Three wins, six top fives, 10 top 10s
·        Average finish of 12.9 in 21 races
·        Average Running Position of 11.0, fifth-best
·        Driver Rating of 99.0, fifth-best
·        245 Fastest Laps Run, seventh-most
·        678 Green Flag Passes, 12th-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 125.133 mph, fifth-fastest
·        4,035 Laps in the Top 15 (75.0%), fifth-most
·        365 Quality Passes, ninth-most
4 – Kyle Busch (No. 18 M&M’s 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 20 races for 1,227 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One win, three top fives, 10 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 13.9 in 17 races
·        Average Running Position of 12.0, eighth-best
·        Driver Rating of 97.5, eighth-best
·        247 Fastest Laps Run, sixth-most
·        717 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 125.076 mph, sixth-fastest
·        4,224 Laps in the Top 15 (78.5%), third-most
·        Series-high 466 Quality Passes
5 – Dale Earnhardt Jr. (No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 97.5
2013 Rundown
·        Eight top fives, 20 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 13.2
·        Led 13 races for 312 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Two wins, five top fives, nine top 10s
·        Average finish of 17.6 in 22 races
·        Average Running Position of 17.2, 21st-best
·        Driver Rating of 82.6, 16th-best
·        130 Fastest Laps Run, 13th-most
·        723 Green Flag Passes, fifth-most
6 – Jeff Gordon (No. 24 Axalta Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 91.7
2013 Rundown
·        One win, eight top fives, 17 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 14.5
·        Led 16 races for 385 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Two wins, 10 top fives, 20 top 10s; three poles
·        Average finish of 11.4 in 29 races
·        Average Running Position of 10.7, third-best
·        Driver Rating of 98.8, sixth-best
·        197 Fastest Laps Run, 10th-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 125.014 mph, ninth-fastest
·        4,292 Laps in the Top 15 (79.7%), second-most
·        379 Quality Passes, seventh-most
7 – Clint Bowyer (No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.9
2013 Rundown
·        Nine top fives, 18 top 10s
·        Average finish of 11.9
·        Led 11 races for 354 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Two top fives, six top 10s
·        Average finish of 16.9 in 16 races
·        Average Running Position of 16.7, 16th-best
·        Driver Rating of 81.3, 18th-best
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 124.786 mph, 13th-fastest
8 – Greg Biffle (No. 16 Scotch Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 83.3
2013 Rundown
·        One win, four top fives, 13 top 10s
·        Average finish of 14.1
·        Led 6 races for 123 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Five top fives, seven top 10s
·        Average finish of 13.9 in 19 races
·        Average Running Position of 14.8, 10th-best
·        Driver Rating of 92.0, 10th-best
·        283 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most
·        711 Green Flag Passes, 10th-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 124.957 mph, 10th-fastest
·        3,090 Laps in the Top 15 (57.4%), 13th-most
·        356 Quality Passes, 11th-most
9 – Joey Logano (No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 91.6
2013 Rundown
·        One win, 11 top fives, 17 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 14.4
·        Led 14 races for 290 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One top five, three top 10s
·        Average finish of 18.0 in nine races
·        Average Running Position of 17.0, 18th-best
·        Driver Rating of 76.6, 22nd-best
10 – Kurt Busch (No. 78 Furniture Row/Denver Mattress Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 93.2
2013 Rundown
·        10 top fives, 15 top 10s; one pole
·        Average finish of 14.8
·        Led 14 races for 444 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One win, four top fives, 11 top 10s
·        Average finish of 13.9 in 21 races
·        Average Running Position of 10.7, fourth-best
·        Driver Rating of 97.7, seventh-best
·        285 Fastest Laps Run, fourth-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 125.052 mph, eighth-fastest
·        3,707 Laps in the Top 15 (73.1%), seventh-most
·        343 Quality Passes, 12th-most
11 – Carl Edwards (No. 99 Fastenal Ford)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 92.7
2013 Rundown
·        Two wins, nine top fives, 16 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 13.4
·        Led 15 races for 488 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        Two wins, seven top fives, 11 top 10s; three poles
·        Average finish of 11.8 in 18 races
·        Average Running Position of 12.8, ninth-best
·        Driver Rating of 100.6, second-best
·        332 Fastest Laps Run, second-most
·        Average Green Flag Speed of 125.160 mph, fourth-fastest
·        3,645 Laps in the Top 15 (67.7%), eighth-most
·        365 Quality Passes, ninth-most
12 – Ryan Newman (No. 39 Quicken Loans Salute To Veterans Day Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 81.6
2013 Rundown
·        One win, six top fives, 17 top 10s; two poles
·        Average finish of 16.1
·        Led 15 races for 97 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One win, eight top fives, eight top 10s; four poles
·        Average finish of 19.0 in 22 races
·        Average Running Position of 15.5, 12th-best
·        Driver Rating of 86.8, 12th-best
·        3,516 Laps in the Top 15 (65.3%), 10th-most
·        450 Quality Passes, fourth-most
13 – Kasey Kahne (No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet)
·        Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 96.0
2013 Rundown
·        Two wins, 10 top fives, 13 top 10s
·        Average finish of 16.7
·        Led 9 races for 636 laps
Phoenix International Raceway Outlook:
·        One win, three top fives, six top 10s
·        Average finish of 19.1 in 18 races
·        Average Running Position of 19.5, 24th-best
·        Driver Rating of 77.5, 20th-best
·        130 Fastest Laps Run, 13th-most
Chase Contenders
The Top 13
Following Race 34 of 36 / Chase Race #8
                                                                           Rank    Season
                                                                           Last      Driver
Driver Points Wins Poles Week Rating
1. Jimmie Johnson 2,342 6 2 2 110.0
2. Matt Kenseth 2,335 7 2 1 111.2
3. Kevin Harvick 2,302 3 1 4 93.7
4. Kyle Busch 2,290 4 3 5 101.8
5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2,280 0 2 7 97.5
6. Jeff Gordon 2,273 1 2 3 91.7
7. Clint Bowyer 2,273 0 0 6 93.9
8. Greg Biffle 2,269 1 0 8 83.3
9. Joey Logano 2,251 1 2 11 91.6
10. Kurt Busch 2,246 0 1 9 93.2
11. Carl Edwards 2,226 2 2 10 92.7
12. Ryan Newman 2,224 1 2 12 81.6
13. Kasey Kahne 2,209 2 0 13 96.0

 

ADDITIONAL DRIVERS
14. Brad Keselowski 968 34. AJ Allmendinger 402
15. Jamie McMurray 966 35. Bobby Labonte 390
16. Martin Truex Jr. 922 36. David Stremme 362
17. Paul Menard 916 37. Michael McDowell 197
18. Aric Almirola 860 38. Timmy Hill 180
19. Jeff Burton 858 39. Michael Waltrip 114
20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 855 40. Ken Schrader 108
21. Marcos Ambrose 836 41. Scott Speed 99
22. Juan Pablo Montoya 830 42. Terry Labonte 87
23. Denny Hamlin 689 43. Boris Said 48
24. Casey Mears 686 44. Ron Fellows 31
25. Danica Patrick 611 45. Alex Kennedy 21
26. David Gilliland 610 46. Justin Marks 14
27. David Ragan 608 47. Scott Riggs 11
28. Mark Martin 595 48. Victor Gonzalez Jr 10
29. Tony Stewart 594 49. Brian Keselowski 9
30. Dave Blaney 506 50. Tomy Drissi 8
31. Travis Kvapil 486 51. Jacques Villeneuve 3
32. David Reutimann 447 52. Jason Leffler 1
33. J.J, Yeley 445

 

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. This year, special circumstances resulted in the inclusion of a 13th driver, Jeff Gordon.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2013 Top 13 at Phoenix International Raceway


Rank Driver Races Poles Wins Top Fives Top 10s DNFs Average Finish Driver Rating
1 Jimmie Johnson 20 1 4 13 16 0 6.5 116.4
2 Matt Kenseth 22 1 1 5 9 3 17.2 87.0
3 Kevin Harvick 21 0 3 6 10 0 12.9 99.0
4 Kyle Busch 17 2 1 3 10 1 13.9 97.5
5 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 22 0 2 5 9 3 17.6 82.6
6 Jeff Gordon 29 3 2 10 20 3 11.4 98.8
7 Clint Bowyer 16 0 0 2 6 2 16.9 81.3
8 Greg Biffle 19 0 0 5 7 1 13.9 92.0
9 Joey Logano 9 0 0 1 3 2 18.0 76.6
10 Kurt Busch 21 0 1 4 11 0 13.9 97.7
11 Carl Edwards 18 3 2 7 11 1 11.8 100.6
12 Ryan Newman 22 4 1 8 8 4 19.0 86.8
13 Kasey Kahne 18 0 1 3 6 1 19.1 77.5

* – Based on last 17 races at Phoenix International Raceway (2005 – 2013).

 
Phoenix International Raceway:
History
·        Construction was completed in January 1964. The facility consisted of a one-mile oval and a 2.5-mile road course.
·        Alan Kulwicki won the first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix on Nov. 6, 1988.
·        The first spring race was held on April 23, 2005 (it was also the first night race), won by Kurt Busch.
·        The track underwent its first repave in 2011. Construction began in March and ended in September of that year.
·        The following changes were made during the construction period (March – September 2011):
o   Widened the frontstretch from 52 to 62 feet
o   Reconfigured pit road with the installation of concrete pit stalls
o   Pushed the dog-leg curve between Turn 2 and Turn 3 out 95 feet
o   Tightened the turn radius of the dog-leg from 800 to 500 feet
o   Implemented variable banking to ensure the immediate use of two racing grooves, including 10-11 degree banking between Turn 1 and Turn 2; 10-11 degree banking in the apex of the dog-leg; and 8-9 degree banking in Turn 4
Phoenix International Raceway Data
Season Race #: 35 of 36 (11-10-13)
Chase Race #: 9
Track Size: 1-mile
Banking/Turn 1 & 2: 10-11 degrees
Banking/Turn 3 & 4: 8-9 degrees
Banking/Frontstretch: 3 degrees
Banking/Backstretch: 8-9 degrees
Frontstretch Length: 1,179 feet
Backstretch Length: 1,551 feet
Race Length: 312 laps / 312 miles
Top 13 Driver Rating at Phoenix
Jimmie Johnson………………….. 116.4
Carl Edwards……………………… 100.6
Denny Hamlin…………………….. 100.3
Tony Stewart……………………….. 99.2
Kevin Harvick……………………….. 99.0
Jeff Gordon………………………….. 98.8
Kurt Busch………………………….. 97.7
Kyle Busch…………………………. 97.5
Mark Martin………………………… 97.5
Greg Biffle…………………………… 92.0
Matt Kenseth……………………….. 87.0
Ryan Newman……………………… 86.8
Jeff Burton…………………………… 85.0
Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2013 races (17 total) among active drivers at Phoenix International Raceway.
Qualifying/Race Data
2012 pole winner: Kyle Busch, Toyota, 138.766 mph, 25.943 secs. 11-9-12
2012 race winner: Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 111.182 mph, (02:52:09), 11-11-12
Track qualifying record: Kyle Busch, Toyota, 138.766 mph, 25.943 secs. 11-9-12
Track race record: Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 118.132 mph, (2:38:28), 11-7-99
Notebook
·        There have been 34 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Phoenix International Raceway, one per season from 1988-2004 and two each season since.
·        185 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix; 135 in more than one.
·        Mark Martin leads series in starts at Phoenix with 33; followed by Jeff Gordon and Bobby Labonte with 29 each.
·        Geoffrey Bodine won the first pole in 1988 at a speed of 123.203 mph (29.220 sec.)
·        There have been 19 different Coors Light pole winners, led by Ryan Newman with four.
·        Youngest Phoenix pole winner: Kyle Busch (4/22/06 – 20 years, 11 months, 20 days).
·        Oldest Phoenix pole winner: Mark Martin (03/3/13 – 54 years, 1 month, 22 days).
·        Ryan Newman, Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards are the only drivers to win consecutive poles. Newman won three straight (2002-04), while Gordon won the fall of 2006 and the spring of 2007. Edwards won the fall of 2010 and spring of 2011.
·        Denny Hamlin (November 2005) and AJ Allmendinger (April 2010) won their first career Coors Light poles at Phoenix International Raceway.
·        There have been 23 different NASCAR Sprint Cup race winners at Phoenix, eight have won more than once, led byJimmie Johnson, with four – (’07 Chase race, ’08 spring race and Chase race, ’09 Chase race).
·        The eight drivers who have won more than once at Phoenix: Jimmie Johnson (four), Kevin Harvick (three),Davey Allison (two), Jeff Burton (two), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (two), Jeff Gordon (two) Carl Edwards (two) andMark Martin (two).
·        Of the eight drivers with multiple wins at Phoenix International Raceway, Mark Martin is the only driver to win in two different manufacturers: Ford (1993) and Chevrolet (2009).
·        Four of the 34 (11.7%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Phoenix have been won from the Coors Light pole:Jeff Gordon (spring 2007), Jimmie Johnson (fall 2008), Mark Martin (spring 2009) and Carl Edwards (fall 2010).
·        Seven of the 34 (20.5%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Phoenix have been won from the front row: four from the pole and three from second place.
·        16 of the 34 (47%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Phoenix have been won from a starting position inside the top 10.
·        Ricky Rudd won the 1995 race from the 29th-place starting position, the furthest back a race winner has started.
·        Matt Kenseth won the 2002 race from the 28th-place starting position, the furthest back an active race winner has started.
·        Jimmie Johnson leads the series in average finish at Phoenix with a 6.4; the only other driver with an average finish inside the top 10 is Mark Martin with a 9.4.
·        Five drivers have won consecutive races at Phoenix: Davey Allison (1991,1992); Jeff Burton (2000, 2001); Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2003, 2004); Kevin Harvick (swept 2006); Jimmie Johnson is the only one of the five to win three consecutive races (fall 2007, swept 2008).
·        Hendrick Motorsports leads the series in wins at Phoenix with nine, followed by Roush Fenway Racing with seven.
·        Two perfect Driver Ratings of 150.0 have been recorded at Phoenix, Kurt Busch in April 2005 and Kevin Harvickin November 2006.
·        Youngest NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Phoenix International Raceway winner: Kyle Busch (11/13/2005 – 20 years, 6 months, 11 days).
·        Oldest NSCS Phoenix International Raceway winner: Mark Martin (4/18/2009 – 50 years, 3 months, 9 days).
·        Mark Martin leads the series in runner-up finishes at Phoenix with five; followed by Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart with three each.
·        Mark Martin and Jimmie Johnson lead the series in top-five finishes at Phoenix with 12 each.
·        Alan Kulwicki (11/6/1988) and Bobby Hamilton (10/27/1996) are the only two drivers to post their first NASCAR Sprint Cup career wins at Phoenix International Raceway.
·        21 of the 23 NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers who have won at Phoenix participated in at least two or more races before visiting Victory Lane. Alan Kulwicki (11/6/1988) and Tony Stewart (11/7/1999) are the only two drivers to win at Phoenix in their first appearance.
·        Jeff Gordon competed at Phoenix International Raceway 16 times before winning (4/21/2007); the longest span of any the 23 winners.
·        Six drivers have made 10 or more attempts before their first win at Phoenix: Jeff Gordon (16), Ryan Newman(15), Kasey Kahne (14), Denny Hamlin (13), Carl Edwards (12) and Rusty Wallace (11).
·        Bobby Labonte leads the series (active drivers) with the most NASCAR Sprint Cup starts at Phoenix without visiting Victory Lane with 29.
·        Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Phoenix was the (4/10/2010) race won by Ryan Newman with a MOV of 0.13 seconds.
·        Two drivers have won at Phoenix and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in the same season: Jimmie Johnson (2007, 2008 sweep and 2009); Dale Earnhardt (1990).
·        Danica Patrick is the only female driver that has made a NASCAR Sprint Cup start at Phoenix International Raceway.
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
Danica Patrick
37
17
11/11/2012
Danica Patrick
40
39
3/3/2013
·        Car numbers that have produced three or more Phoenix wins:
Car No. – Drivers – (Years)
o   No. 48 – Jimmie Johnson (2007, 2008 sweep and 2009)
o   No. 99 – Carl Edwards (2010 and 2013) and Jeff Burton (2000, 2001)
o   No. 29 – Kevin Harvick (2006 sweep and 2012)
o   No. 5 – Mark Martin (2009), Kyle Busch (2005) and Terry Labonte (1994)
NASCAR in Arizona
·        There have been 39 NASCAR Sprint Cup races among three tracks in Arizona.
Track Name
City
NSCS
Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale
34
Arizona State Fairgrounds
Phoenix
4
Tucson Rodeo Grounds
Tucson
1
·        31 drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as Arizona.
·        There have been no race winners from Arizona in NASCAR’s three national series.
Chase For The NASCAR Sprint Cup
·        Phoenix International Raceway has been a part of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup since the playoff’s inception in 2004. This weekend the track will host its 10th Chase event.
·        The winner of the Chase race at Phoenix International Raceway has gone on to win the championship three times:Jimmie Johnson (2007-2009).
·        Jimmie Johnson leadsthe series in Chase race wins at Phoenix with three (2007-2009); followed by Kevin Harvick with two (2006, 2012).
·        The worst finish in a Chase race by the eventual series champion at Phoenix International Raceway is 10th, byKurt Busch in 2004. Busch was in the Chase standings lead following the 2004 Phoenix Chase race.
·        Chase Contenders have won seven of the nine previous Chase races at Phoenix International Raceway. The only non-Chase contenders to win a Phoenix Chase race were Kyle Busch (2005) and Kasey Kahne (2011).
·        Six of the 2013 Chase Contenders are former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase race winners at Phoenix:Jimmie Johnson (three), Kevin Harvick (two), Carl Edwards, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahne and Kyle Busch (one each).
·        The average Chase race finish by the eventual series champion at Phoenix International Raceway is 3.7.
·        Hendrick Motorsports leads the series in Chase race wins at Phoenix with four: Kyle Busch (2005), Jimmie Johnson (2007-2009).
·        Chevrolet leads the series in Chase wins at Phoenix with seven; followed by Ford and Toyota with one each.
·        The most dominant performance by a Chase race winner at Phoenix International Raceway is Kevin Harvick’svictory in 2006. He posted a Perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 and led 252 of the 312 laps (80.7% of his laps completed) – most by a Chase race winner at Phoenix.
·        The Phoenix Chase race has been won from the Coors Light pole twice: Jimmie Johnson (2008) and Carl Edwards (2010).
Chase For The NASCAR Sprint Cup
·        Since the inception of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2004, the eventual champion has not held the No. 1 point standings position twice following the Chase race at Phoenix:
o   2010 – Jimmie Johnson was 15 points behind Denny Hamlin heading into Homestead-Miami.
o   2011 – Tony Stewart was three points behind Carl Edwards heading into Homestead-Miami.
·        There have been four Chase race Perfect Driver Rating performances since the inception of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2004: Kevin Harvick (Phoenix, 2006), Clint Bowyer (New Hampshire, 2007), Carl Edwards (Homestead, 2010) and Jimmie Johnson (Texas, 2013).
Eventual champion’s points position and point deficit to the standings leader following the eighth Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race:
Season
Champion
Points Behind Leader
Points Position Following 8th Chase Race
2004
Kurt Busch
0
1st
2005
Tony Stewart
0
1st
2006
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2007
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2008
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2009
Jimmie Johnson
0
1st
2010
Jimmie Johnson
-33
2nd
2011
Tony Stewart
-3
2nd
2012
Brad Keselowski
-7
2nd
Note: 2011 and 2012 are under the current points per finish system.

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