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« on: November 06, 2007, 04:18:19 pm »

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Arizona.Travel 200 - Weekend Schedule

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH 
11:00 AM   NBS QUALIFYING ORDER DRAWING 
12:00 PM  - 1:20 PM  NBS PRACTICE 1 
3:05 PM  - 3:30 PM  NBS ROOKIE PRACTICE 
3:35 PM  - 4:35 PM  NBS FINAL PRACTICE (ONE HOUR, TIME PERMITTING) 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH  
12:05 PM   NBS QUALIFYING (TWO LAPS, ALL POSITIONS) IMPOUND 
4:00 PM   NBS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS 
4:30 PM   NBS RACE (200 LAPS, 200 MILES) 
   

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Arizona.Travel 200 - Raybestos Rookie Notes

NEWS AND NOTES FROM THE RAYBESTOS® ROOKIE CONTENDERS – NASCAR BUSCH SERIES

Brad Keselowski was the Raybestos® Rookie of the Race in the November 3 O’Reilly Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway. Keselowski scored a sixth-place finish, his best in 32 NASCAR Busch Series races. He collected his second consecutive top-10 finish and fifth of the 2007 season. Keselowski grabbed top Raybestos Rookie honors for the fifth time in 25 races.
David Ragan leads Marcos Ambrose by 31 points (233-202) in the Raybestos® Rookie standings entering the November 10 ARIZONA.TRAVEL 200 at Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway.
THE STREAK CONTINUES: At least two Raybestos® Rookies have been in the top-10 in the NASCAR Busch Series championship standings for 18 consecutive races, dating back to Kentucky (race No. 16).
Ragan is fifth in the Busch Series championship standings, best of any Raybestos® Rookie. He is 137 points behind fourth-place Kevin Harvick and 142 ahead of sixth-place Bobby Hamilton Jr.
Ambrose is ninth in the standings, 31 points behind eighth-place Greg Biffle and 37 ahead of 10th-place Mike Wallace.
Ambrose has captured WIX Filters Lap Leader of the Race honors twice this season: Montreal (race No. 23) and Las Vegas (race No. 4). Other Raybestos® Rookies to capture the honor: Brad Coleman (Talladega and Kentucky, race No. 16) and Juan Pablo Montoya (Mexico City, race No. 3).
DID YOU KNOW? TWO Raybestos® Rookies have won pole positions this season: David Ragan at Texas (race No. Cool and Brad Coleman at Talladega.
Todd Kluever was the Raybestos® Rookie of the Race in the 2006 ARIZONA.TRAVEL 200 at Phoenix, scoring an 18th-place finish.
DID YOU KNOW? In 11 NASCAR Busch Series races at Phoenix, Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards are the only Raybestos® Rookies to win. Biffle edged Jeff Green and Kevin Harvick to win the 2001 race, an event that ended under caution.

THREE Raybestos® Rookies have led the most laps in 11 previous Busch races at Phoenix:
2001: Greg Biffle (twice for 112 laps)
2004: Kyle Busch (four times for 151 laps)
2005: Carl Edwards (twice for 103 laps)
2006: Stephen Leicht (once for eight laps)

THREE Raybestos® Rookies have won pole positions in Busch Series competition at Phoenix:
2000: Jason Leffler
2004: Kyle Busch
2005: Carl Edwards

DID YOU KNOW? Only once in the eight previous fall races have TWO Raybestos® Rookies finished in the top-five at Phoenix. In 2000, Jason Leffler placed second while Ron Hornaday grabbed a fifth place finish.

Top-five finishes by Raybestos® Rookies in fall race at Phoenix:
2000: Jason Leffler, second
2000: Ron Hornaday, fifth
2001: Greg Biffle, first
2004: Kyle Busch, second

Top-10 finishes by Raybestos® Rookies in fall race Phoenix:
2000: Jason Leffler, second
2000: Ron Hornaday, fifth
2001: Greg Biffle, first
2001: Scott Wimmer, seventh
2002: Johnny Sauter, seventh
2002: Kerry Earnhardt, 10th
2004: Kyle Busch, second

Raybestos® Rookies to lead a lap in the fall race at Phoenix:
2000: Jason Leffler (three times for 43 laps)
2000: Ron Hornaday (led once for four laps)
2001: Greg Biffle (twice for 112 laps)
2003: David Stremme (once for one lap)
2004: Kyle Busch (four times for 151 laps) 2006: Stephen Leicht (once eight laps)

RAYBESTOS® ROOKIE HISTORY

A Raybestos® Rookie has won at least one race in each of the past FOUR consecutive seasons (2004-2007).
Danny O’Quinn Jr. narrowly edged John Andretti to win the 2006 Raybestos® Rookie of the Year title in the NASCAR Busch Series. O’Quinn Jr. finished one point higher than Andretti in the final standings, the closet margin in NASCAR national series history. He also became the second driver in series history to win the award without completing the full schedule. The 2006 Raybestos® Rookie of the Year title was the second consecutive and third overall for Roush Fenway Racing in the Busch Series.
Kyle Busch posted a record-setting year on his way to the 2004 Raybestos® Rookie of the Year title. In 34 starts, Busch won five times, captured five poles and scored 16 top-five and 22 top-10 finishes. His second-place finish in the Busch Series championship standings is a record for a Raybestos® Rookie. Other Raybestos® Rookie records Busch owns or shares: most starts (34), most wins (tied with Biffle), most top fives (tied with Biffle), most top 10s, most money won ($2,027,050), most championship points (4,943), most laps led (1,108) and most races led (21).
David Stremme holds the record for fewest starts by a driver to win Raybestos® Rookie of the Year. In 2003, he started just 18 of the 34 races and was the top rookie finisher in 16 of those starts. He was the only Raybestos® Rookie to score three top-three finishes and had more top-10 finishes (seven) than any other first-year driver. He led six races for a total of 86 laps.
David Green was the first Raybestos® Rookie to win a race, at Lanier, Ga., in 1991. Green captured the Nestle 200 by 1.58-seconds over Jeff Gordon, a fellow Raybestos® Rookie. A third Raybestos® Rookie, Todd Bodine, placed eighth in the race.
Dennis Setzer was the first Raybestos® Rookie to win TWO or more races in a season. In 1994, he won the Ford Credit 300 at South Boston (Va.) Speedway and The Pantry 300 at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway.
Steve Park was the first Raybestos® Rookie to win THREE or more races in a season. In 1997, he won the BellSouth Mobility/Opryland 300 at Nashville (Tenn.) Speedway, the Detroit Gasket 200 at Michigan International Speedway and the Autolite Platinum 250 at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway.
Kenny Wallace was the first Raybestos® Rookie to win a pole in the Busch Series. Wallace grabbed the top starting spot for the 1989 Goody’s 300 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, the first race in the history of the Raybestos® Rookie of the Year program.

RAYBESTOS® ROOKIE CONTENDER POINT STANDINGS

DRIVER POINTS
David Ragan 233
Marcos Ambrose 202
Kyle Krisiloff 180
Brad Keselowski 179
Juan Pablo Montoya 169
Brad Coleman 163
Robert Richardson Jr. 114
Justin Diercks 51

HIGHEST-FINISHING RAYBESTOS® ROOKIE BY RACE
EVENT HIGHEST-FINISHING ROOKIE
ORBITZ 300 Ambrose, 16th
Stater Bros. 300 Peters, 17th
Telcel-Motorola 200 Montoya, FIRST
Sam’s Town 300 Ambrose, 10th
Nicorette 300 Montoya, eighth
Sharpie Mini 300 Ragan, 13th
Pepsi 300 Coleman, 15th
O’Reilly 300 Ragan, fifth
Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 Montoya, 21st
Aaron’s 312 Ragan, fourth
Circuit City 250 Montoya, 11th
Diamond Hill Plywood 200 Ragan, 13th
CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 Ambrose, 20th
Dover 200 Ambrose, sixth
Federated Auto Parts 300 Ragan, seventh
Meijer 300 presented by Oreo Coleman, second
AT&T 250 Coleman, fourth
Camping World 200 Ragan, 18th
Winn-Dixie 250 Krisiloff, 20th
USG DUROCK 300 Keselowski, 14th
Busch 250 Ragan, fifth
Kroger 200 Keselowski, 10th
NAPA Auto Parts 200 Krisiloff, sixth
Zippo 200 at The Glen Coleman, fifth
CARFAX 250 Keselowski, 13th
Food City 250 Ragan, sixth
Camping World 300 Ragan, 10th
Emerson Radio 250 Ambrose, 15th
RoadLoans.com 200 Keselowski, seventh
Yellow Transportation 300 Krisiloff, 28th
Dollar General 300 Ragan, sixth
Sam’s Town 250 Ragan, third
O’Reilly Challenge Keselowski, sixth
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« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2007, 03:37:49 pm »

NASCAR announced today that Chad Walter, crew chief of the No. 24 Chevrolet driven by Casey Mears and Tony Eury Sr., crew chief of the No. 88 Chevrolet driven by Brad Keselowski in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been fined and penalized due to rule violations at Texas Motor Speedway. Both crew chiefs were fined $10,000 and placed on probation until December 31, 2007, for violating Sections 12-4-A (actions detrimental to stock car racing), 12-4-Q (car, car parts, components and/or equipment used that do not conform to NASCAR rules) and 20A – 10.7F: (lug nuts were not fully threaded; threads had been removed) of the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Rule Book.The infraction was discovered during pre-race inspection on November 3. (NASCAR PR) (11-07-07)
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« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2007, 03:38:07 pm »

A.J. Allmendinger is returning to the Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) lineup this weekend at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) to pilot the No.41 Imation Dodge in the Arizona Travel 200.  Allmendinger first raced for CGRFS earlier this year at California Speedway in the No.42 Memorex Dodge.  He went on to compete in four more races, totaling five NASCAR Busch Series starts altogether for CGRFS.  Allmendinger is the full-time driver of the No.84 Red Bull Toyota in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series.  Team Red Bull and CGRFS reached an agreement earlier this season that allowed Allmendinger to drive the No.42 car.  The two teams extended the agreement earlier this week to put Allmendinger in the No.41 Dodge for the final two races of the 2007 season. AND: Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced today driver Dario Franchitti will make his third and fourth appearances in the NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) on November 10 at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) and November 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. (CGRFS PR) (11-07-07)
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The familiar black No. 18 Carino’s Italian Grill Chevrolet will take to the track for the final time this season as rookie NASCAR Busch Series driver Brad Coleman completes his 17 race schedule with Joe Gibbs Racing in the Arizona Travel 200 this weekend at Phoenix International Raceway. In 16 races for JGR in 2007, the impressive youngster has posted three Top 5’s, five Top 10’s, seven Top 15’s and nine Top 20’s along with winning the Pole at Talladega and outside Pole at Bristol. Coleman has recently made headlines by signing two independent driver agreements in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. In 2008 he will run the No. 27 Kleenex Ford Fusion for new Brewco Motorsports owner Gary Baker in the Nationwide Series and begin his Cup career by testing and running his inaugural Cup races for Hall of Fame Racing. (BPT PR) (11-06-07)
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Arizona.Travel 200 - Entry List

Car  Driver  Hometown Team  Owner 
00  Michael McDowell  Phoenix, AZ  TBA Toyota  Michael Waltrip 
0  Eric McClure  Chilhowie, VA  Hefty Chevrolet  Keith Duesenberg 
01  Kertus Davis  Gaffney, SC  TBA Chevrolet  Johnny Davis 
1  J.J. Yeley  Phoenix, AZ  Miccosukee Resort Chevrolet  James Finch 
2  Clint Bowyer  Emporia, KS  BB&T Chevrolet  Richard Childress 
5  Kyle Busch  Las Vegas, NV  Spectracide/Lowe's Chevrolet  Rick Hendrick 
David Ragan   Unadilla, GA  Discount Tire Ford  Jack Roush 
7  Mike Wallace  St. Louis, MO  GEICO Chevrolet  James Finch 
9  Kasey Kahne  Enumclaw, WA  Doublemint Dodge  Ray Evernham 
10  Brian Vickers  Thomasville, NC  Fort McDowell Resort Destination Toyota  Greg Pollex 
11  Jason Keller  Greenville, SC  TBA Chevrolet  Bryan Mullet 
12  Sam Hornish Jr  Defiance, OH  Kodak Dodge  Roger Penske 
13  Todd Souza   Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet  Kelly Souza 
14  Kyle Krisiloff   Carmel, IN  Lilly/Walgreens Ford  Greg Pollex 
16  Greg Biffle  Vancouver, WA  3M Scotch Tape Ford  Jack Roush 
17  Matt Kenseth  Cambridge, WI  Arby's Ford  Jack Roush 
18  Brad Coleman  Houston, TX  Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet  Joe Gibbs 
20  Denny Hamlin  Chesterfield, VA  Rockwell Automation Chevrolet  Joe Gibbs 
21  Kevin Harvick  Bakersfield, CA  Auto Zone Chevrolet  Richard Childress 
22  Mike Bliss  Milwaukie, OR  Supercuts Dodge  Armando Fitz 
24  Landon Cassill  Fairfax, IA  National Guard Chevrolet  Rick Hendrick 
25  Richard Johns   Lawrenceville, GA  FreeCreditReport.com Ford  Ed Rensi 
26  Jamie McMurray  Joplin, MO  Dish Network Ford  Jack Roush 
27  Robby Gordon  Cerritos, CA  Kleenex Ford  Tammy Brewer 
28  Derrike Cope  Spanaway, WA  Kibbles & Bits/Milkbone/9 Lives Chevrolet  Joe Custer 
29  Scott Wimmer  Wausau, WI  Holiday Inn Chevrolet  Richard Childress 
30  Stanton Barrett  Bishop, CA  Rhytter Phone/Interush Chevrolet  Stanton Barrett 
33  Tony Raines  LaPorte, IN  RoadLoans Chevrolet  Delana Harvick 
34  Brian Pannone   REF Motorsports Ford  Bob Farmer 
35  Bobby Hamilton Jr  Nashville, TN  McDonald's Ford  Gary Weisbaum 
36  Jeremy Clements  Spartanburg, SC  TBA Chevrolet  John McGill 
37  John Graham  Toronto, CA  Kick Butt Amped Energy Ballz Ford  Clarence Brewer 
38  Jason Leffler  Long Beach, CA  Great Clips Toyota  Todd Braun 
41  AJ Allmendinger  Los Gatos, CA  Imation Dodge  Chip Ganassi 
42  Dario Franchitti  Edinburg, UK  Target Dodge  Floyd Ganassi 
44  Jennifer Jo Cobb  Kansas City, KS  TBA Chevrolet  Donnie Richardson 
47  Kelly Bires   Mauston, WI  Clorox / American Red Cross Ford  Jodi Geschickter 
52  Scott Gaylord  Lakewood, CO  TBA Ford  Jimmy Means 
56  Frank Kreyer  Pardeeville, WI  Culver's Chevrolet  John McNelly 
59  Marcos Ambrose  Launceston, AU  Kingsford Ford  Tad Geschickter 
60  Carl Edwards   Columbia, MO  World Financial Group Ford  Jack Roush 
66  Steve Wallace  Charlotte, NC  Homelife Communities Dodge  Rusty Wallace 
72  D.J. Kennington  St. Thomas, CA  Northern Provincial Pipelines Dodge  Pat MacDonald 
77  Ron Hornaday Jr  Palmdale, CA  Dollar General Chevrolet  Delana Harvick 
88  Brad Keselowski  Rochester Hills, MI  U.S. Navy Chevrolet  Dale Earnhardt Jr. 
89  Morgan Shepherd  Conover, NC  Victory In Jesus Dodge  Cindy Shepherd 
90  Stephen Leicht  Asheville, NC  Citifinancial Ford  Robert Yates 
99  David Reutimann  Zephyrhills, FL  Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota  Michael Waltrip 


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Busch Series News & Notes - Phoenix

RCR, Roush Fenway Headed For Desert Showdown in Phoenix
Turmoil: Plenty Of Drama Remains For Final Standings Slots
In The Loop: Bowyer Hopes For Phoenix Repeat
Dodge, Toyota In Two-Race Shootout For Third In Manufacturer Race
Champion’s Week Media Activities Dec. 6-7 In Orlando
Game On: Final Two Races A Chance For Roush Fenway Redemption 
 
   
 
 
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 7, 2007) – Now that Carl Edwards (No. 60 World Financial Group Ford) has clinched the NASCAR Busch Series driver title, his team can let out a collective breath and focus on wins in the last two races of the season.

And to start the final sprint, his record at Phoenix International Raceway bodes well.

Edwards won the 2005 fall race from the pole and has four top fives and five top-10 finishes overall in his five races at Phoenix.

The No. 60 team also has extra motivation. Its leader, crew chief Pierre “PK” Kuettel, is a Phoenix native who would covet a win at his home track. The crew also has to swallow that it likely won’t win the owner championship to go along with Edwards’ driver title.

The No. 29 Richard Childress Racing team is the frontrunner for the owner crown. So the impetus for wins is paramount to the No. 60 crew these final two races.

The No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet comes to Phoenix leading the owner standings by 113 points over the No. 20 Chevy of Joe Gibbs Racing. In order to clinch the owner title, the No. 29, to be driven by Scott Wimmer at Phoenix, needs leave this weekend with a 196-point advantage over the No. 20 – an 83-point gain.

The split title has happened only once before in NASCAR national series competition – in 2003, Brian Vickers won the driver championship but RCR won the owner title with the driver duo of Kevin Harvick and Johnny Sauter. Jeff Burton has shared the No. 29 ride with Wimmer this year.

Either way, the battle between the two teams should be electrifying at Phoenix. The last five races at the one-mile track have been won by Roush Fenway Racing or RCR. Matt Kenseth (No. 17 Arby’s Ford) is the defending race winner while Clint Bowyer (No. 2 BB&T Chevrolet) won last April.

Time Ticking Away For Drivers To Avoid Top 10 Tumble
Following his fifth-place finish at Texas last Saturday, Matt Kenseth was able to slice into the lead held by Mike Wallace (No. 7 GEICO Chevrolet) for 10th place in the standings.

Wallace – who finished 21st at Texas dropping 22 points to Kenseth – comes to Phoenix 52 points ahead of the defending race winner.

But Wallace isn’t the only driver in a precarious position with two races to go.

Even with Kenseth on his bumper, Wallace is in a similar stalking role with ninth-place Marcos Ambrose (No. 59 Kingsford Ford). Ambrose is 37 points ahead of Wallace and has been struggling to hold on to his top-10 standing over the last four races where his average finish has been 28.3.

Despite Ambrose’s slump, Greg Biffle (No. 16 3M Scotch Tape Ford) is feeling some pressure from the Aussie. Biffle’s eighth-place standing is secure by only 31 points over Ambrose. Biffle, like Kenseth, is a two-time winner at the one-mile track.

Meanwhile, Jason Leffler (No. 38 Great Clips Toyota), who won the pole at Phoenix for the April 2005 race, is fighting to stave off reigning series champion Kevin Harvick (No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet). Leffler’s hold on third is in jeopardy as fourth-place Harvick trails by just 20 points.

In The Loop: Bowyer, Kenseth Set Up For Duel In the Desert
Brilliant. Dominant. Unstoppable.

Any of the above could be used to describe Clint Bowyer during last April’s NASCAR Busch Series Race at Phoenix International Raceway.

In that event, Bowyer led 120 of the 200 laps and racked up some impressive stats in the process. In spending all 200 laps in the top 15, he earned a Driver Rating of 148.5 (a perfect Driver Rating is 150.0), an Average Running Position of 1.4 and had 52 Fastest Laps Run.

Over his five career-series races at Phoenix, Bowyer has an average Driver Rating of 110.4, an Average Running Position of 9.1 and 125 Fastest Laps Run (more than any other driver). He has also spent 81.2% of the total laps run in the top 15.

But since 2005, no driver has enjoyed more success than Matt Kenseth. Over his last four Phoenix races, he has three top fives, including a win from the Busch Pole at this race last year.

His Loop Data statistics are phenomenal: a Driver Rating of 123.9, an Average Running Position of 4.0, 90 Fastest Laps Run, and has spent 99.3% of the laps the top 15.

Also, watch for series regular Jason Leffler to shine at Phoenix. He finished seventh at this race in 2005 and among the regulars, heads most of the stat lists.

In his four Phoenix races since 2005, Leffler has a Driver Rating of 95.2, an Average Running Position of 12.6, 52 Fastest Laps Run and he has spent 60.4% of the total laps run in the top 15.

Scott Wimmer will try to keep the momentum going for the No. 29 team as it inches closer to the 2007 owner championship. But Phoenix has presented a speed bump of sorts for Wimmer.

Driving for a different team, he finished 42nd at this race last season. On the bright side, he does have a Phoenix win on his resume (2002). Meanwhile, Denny Hamlin will pilot the No. 20. Hamlin has two consecutive top-five finishes at Phoenix, and a Phoenix Driver Rating of 98.7.

NBS, Etc.


Phoenix Homecomings, Part II: Although born near Toronto, Canada, Pierre Kuettel moved to Phoenix shortly thereafter and calls the area home. Other happy Phoenix returns feature J.J. Yeley (No. 1 Miccosukee Resort Chevrolet). He has three top-10s in six career series races at his home track and craves a win there. Also, Michael McDowell (No. 00 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota), who made his series debut last week at Texas where he finished 20th, was born in Phoenix. McDowell, 22, is scheduled to race for Michael Waltrip Racing in the final two races of the year. He made his NASCAR debut two weeks ago at Martinsville in the Craftsman Truck Series (30th) and has won four times on the ARCA circuit this season. Additionally, Stephen Leicht spent an abbreviated time as an Arizona resident, living in the city of Ahwatukee, a suburb of Phoenix between the ages of three and five. He began racing go-karts in Arizona before his family made a permanent move to Asheville, N.C.

Harvick Stands Alone In Second: Kevin Harvick’s win at Texas last week not only made him the all-time series leader in victories at the track with four, but also moved him out of a second-place tie with Jack Ingram for second on the all-time win list. Harvick’s win gives him 32 in 190 races; Ingram had 31 in 274 events. Mark Martin is the career leader with 47 victories in 224 races. Harvick will join Kyle Busch (No. 5 Sta-Green/Lowe’s Chevrolet) with triple-duty driving at Phoenix. Both are entered in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series races.

Keselowski Gaining Ground:
Brad Keselowski (No. 88 U.S. NAVY Chevrolet) is staging a hard charge in the series’ Raybestos Rookie of the Year standings. Since joining JR Motorsports in mid-July, Keselowski has gone from fifth place and 66 points behind third place (then Juan Pablo Montoya) to fourth-but more importantly-only one point behind Kyle Krisiloff (No. 14 Lily/Walgreens Ford) in third. Keselowski has been one of the hottest series regulars in the season’s second half, posting five top 10s and his career-best finish, a sixth-place effort last Saturday at Texas where 17 double-duty drivers were entered.

Coleman’s JGR Swan Song: Brad Coleman (No. 18 Carino’s Chevrolet), the 19-year-old from Houston, Texas who fashioned solid finishes while running a partial 16-race schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing this year, makes his final start for the team before moving to Brewco Motorsports and a full-time ride in 2008. Coleman claimed his first career pole at Talladega in addition to registering three top fives and five top 10s this year. Coleman will also run a limited NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule next year for Hall of Fame Racing, whose team owner, Tom Garfinkel, is executive vice president of the Phoenix-based Arizona Diamondbacks. The No. 18 team will also host Steve McCarty (R), who wrote the Steve Miller Band hit “Fly Like an Eagle,” in their pit on Saturday.

Of Note -- Phoenix: Jason Leffler will have a busy schedule this week at Phoenix, competing in four races in three days. He will run the USAC Midget and Silver Crown races on Thursday night, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race on Friday night and the Arizona.Travel 200 on Saturday afternoon. … This Veterans Day weekend the No. 88 U.S. NAVY team will honor the casualties and survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a special Pearl Harbor Survivors Association decal on the car. On Dec. 7, 1941, 2,390 U.S. personnel were killed and 1,178 were wounded in the attack. The association was formed in 1958 with the goal to “Remember Pearl Harbor – Keep America Alert.” Also Team Rensi’s cars – the No. 35 McDonald’s Ford of Bobby Hamilton Jr. and the No. 25 FreeCreditReport.com Ford of Richard Johns - will adorn a special logo for a non-profit organization, Freedom Is Not Free, aimed at “aiding wounded service members, their families and the families of the fatally wounded.”

The Director’s Take: Phoenix

Phoenix is a track of compromises.

At a track like Hometead, where both ends are equally shaped, teams can pick one setup and put it on the car.

But at a track like Phoenix where the radius of the corner and the banking is different on each end, some teams set the car up to be very good in Turns 1 and 2 – and it is what it is in 3 and 4 – or vice versa. Or, they will compromise and find something that will work on both ends.

Phoenix almost races like it has a fifth turn due to the dogleg on the backstretch, so the teams will be working on balancing the car to get the driver comfortable.

One of the unique features of racing at Phoenix is the start time. Due to the proximity to sunset, it can be tough for the drivers going into Turn 1. They’ll use either a tinted tear-off on their helmet or they’ll put tape on the inside of the winshield to peel off as the sun sets and the race progresses.

2007 NASCAR BUSCH SERIES
RAYBESTOS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS
Driver Points
1. David Ragan 233
2. Marcos Ambrose 202
3. Kyle Krisiloff 180
4. Brad Keselowski 179
5. Juan Pablo Montoya 165
6. Brad Coleman 163
7. Robert Richardson Jr. 114
8. Justin Diercks 51

2007 NASCAR Busch Series Champion's Week
The 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Champion’s Week media activities with Carl Edwards, the series champion, top 10 drivers in the final standings and the Raybestos Rookie of the Year will be held Dec. 6-7 in Orlando, Fla.

The NASCAR Busch Series Awards Banquet will take place at the Portofino Bay Hotel on Friday, Dec. 7.

ESPN2
ESPN2 continues its season-long coverage of the NASCAR Busch Series with live racing from Phoenix International Raceway. The telecast of the 200-mile race begins at 4 p.m. ET with NASCAR Countdown.

Dr. Jerry Punch will anchor ESPN2’s coverage with analysis by 1989 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series champion Rusty Wallace and two-time NASCAR champion crew chief Andy Petree. Dave Burns, Jamie Little, Mike Massaro and Shannon Spake will report from the pits.

Allen Bestwick will host NASCAR Countdown. Dale Jarrett, the 1999 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup champion and one of the founding drivers of the NASCAR Busch Series, will join Bestwick in the ESPN Pit Studio along with Brad Daugherty, a former winning team owner in the NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.

2007 At-A-Glance: NASCAR Busch Series Leaders After 33 Of 35 Races:


Season Traditional Statistics:
Driver points – Edwards (4,494#)
Victories – Harvick (6)
Races led – Edwards (20)
Laps led – Ky. Busch (968)
Top-five finishes – Edwards (14)
Top-10 finishes – Edwards, Harvick (14)
Owner points – Richard Childress Racing (No. 29) - (4,753)
Money Won – Edwards ($1,116,060)
Miles led – Ky. Busch (1,301.08)
Busch Poles – Hamlin (5)
Closest to 10th – M. Wallace 10th (3,188 pts)
11th – Kenseth (- 52)
Consecutive Weeks in Top 10 – Edwards, Harvick (33)

Season Loop Data Statistics:
Driver Rating – Edwards (105.7)
Average Running Position – Edwards (10.0)
Fastest Laps Run – Edwards (529 fastest laps)
Quality Passes – Edwards (964)
Laps In Top 15 – Edwards (5,022 of a possible (6,153)

# - clinched driver championship

Showdown Out West Between Dodge, Toyota; Ford Seeks Third Straight Phoenix Fall Win
With two races left in the season, it’s a two-manufacturer race for third in the final Bill France Performance Cup rankings. Dodge has a nine-point led over Toyota for the third-place spot heading to Phoenix.

Dodge has one win at Phoenix – Jamie McMurray’s 2004 victory. Toyota’s first series start at the track was last April when its three drivers placed 10th, 12th and 18th. Dodge had two divers in the top 18 last spring. Those two manufacturers also have the stout record of Ford has at Phoenix to contend with – six wins in the previous 11 races. Clint Bowyer won last April in a Chevy.

Chevrolet claimed its series-leading 14th title back in September and Ford has held steady in second for the bulk of the season. Kevin Harvick’s win at Texas Motor Speedway last Saturday was the 20th for Chevrolet this season, the seventh time in its 26-year NASCAR Busch Series tenure that it has reached the 20-victory plateau.

Pontiac, with 21 wins in the inaugural series season in 1982, is the only other manufacturer to eclipse 20 wins in a season. Chevy holds the record with 24 in 1999.

Manufacturers' Championship
2007 Point Standings
Chevrolet 229
Ford 192
Dodge 147
Toyota 138

Up Next: Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway
The final race of the 2007 season – and the final race for the series sponsor, Anheuser-Busch’s Busch Beer brand after 26 years – takes center stage at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday, Nov. 17. The broadcast will begin at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

Carl Edwards will officially be crowned as the 19th – and last – NASCAR Busch Series champion, while the series owner title could still be on the line between the No. 29 RCR Chevrolet and the No. 20 JGR Chevy.

A pair of former series champions holds the win and pole marks at Homestead. Florida native Joe Nemechek, the 1992 series champion, has three wins, while 2000 champ Jeff Green’s two poles are the standard.

Matt Kenseth, whose 23 wins are sixth all-time in series history, is the defending race winner while two-time series champion Kevin Harvick sat on the pole last November.

FAST FACTS
The Race: Arizona.Travel 200
The Place: Phoenix International Raceway
The Date: Nov. 10, 2007
The Time: 4:30 p.m. (ET)
TV: ESPN2, 4 p.m. (ET)
Track Layout: 1-mile D-shaped oval
Race Purse: $1,408,944
2006 Winner: Matt Kenseth
2006 Pole: Matt Kenseth

2007 Point Standings
Pos. Driver Points
1 Edwards 4,944#
2 Reutimann 3,942
3 Leffler 3,733
4 Harvick 3,713
5 Ragan 3,567
6 Hamilton Jr. 3,434
7 Leicht 3,337
8 Biffle 3,256
9 Ambrose 3,225
10 Wallace 3,188

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Pre-Race Schedule:
Friday – Practice, 10-11:20 a.m.; Rookie Practice, 1:05-1:30 p.m.; Final Practice, 1:35-2:35 p.m. Saturday – Qualifying, 10:05 a.m. (impound).

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« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2007, 01:22:58 pm »

By the Numbers: Phoenix
By Josh Pate, NASCAR.COM
November 8, 2007
10:21 AM EST
   
With the championship wrapped up and just two races left in the Busch Series season, the focus now turns to two things: victories and owner points.

And two teams have the inside track on both of them at Phoenix for Saturday's Arizona.Travel 200 (4 p.m. ET, ESPN2).

Sure, Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 20 Chevrolet has made a late-season surge in the owner standings to slide into second position and become an underdog threat at the underrated title (complete owner standings). But to get that trophy, Denny Hamlin is going to have to do some driving. And so is Carl Edwards.

The Nos. 20 and 60 can mathematically still be in the hunt for the car owner crown as the Joe Gibbs Racing 20 sits 113 points back and the Roush Fenway Racing No. 60 is 259 back.

Based on past Phoenix results, however, the Gibbs bunch may be squeezed out of the picture considering the RCR and Roush success at the 1-mile desert track.

Interesting Fact

556  Combined laps led in the last five Phoenix races by Richard Childress Racing drivers Clint Bowyer (186) and Kevin Harvick (103) as well as Roush Fenway Racing drivers Matt Kenseth (165), Greg Biffle (112) and Carl Edwards (111). They are the only two owners with multiple victories there and have combined to win the last five PIR races.
Fun Fact

4,800,000  Pennies that would be produced from the copper that is on the roof of the Capitol building in Phoenix. Arizona tops the nation in copper production.
All the Facts

1  Time in Busch Series history that the driver and owner championships were split among two teams: 2003, when Brian Vickers (Hendrick Motorsports) won the driver championship but RCR won the owner championship. Currently, Carl Edwards is the driver champion (Roush) but RCR leads the owner points (No. 29 Chevrolet).
1  Driver with multiple victories at Phoenix: Greg Biffle (2001, 2005 fall). Biffle has eight top-10s in nine starts, with his only other race resulting in a 12th-place finish (2006 fall).
2  Busch regulars who have led the most laps in a race this season: Marcos Ambrose (Montreal) and Jason Leffler (Bristol).
6   Drivers on Saturday's entry list with an average running position inside the top 10 in the last five Phoenix races, all Cup regulars: Matt Kenseth (4.049), Carl Edwards (6.461), Kevin Harvick (7.196), Clint Bowyer (9.057), Greg Biffle (9.196) and David Reutimann (9.890).
8  Former winners who are on the entry list for Saturday's race: Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer, Carl Edwards, Bobby Hamilton Jr., Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray and Scott Wimmer. Past winners Jeff Burton and Jeff Gordon are not racing.
8   Worst finish for Carl Edwards in his five Phoenix starts. Edwards has four top-fives including a victory in the 2005 fall race. His average finish is 4.4.
38  Times that Kevin Harvick has been passed under green-flag conditions in his last five races at Phoenix, fewest of those who have entered every race.
39  Drivers who have made their first career start at some point during the 2007 Busch Series season. Brian Pannone is on the entry list for Phoenix to make his series debut.
105  Drivers who have started the last five Busch Series races at Phoenix.
123.9  Driver Rating for Matt Kenseth at Phoenix, the highest among drivers entered in Saturday's race and third-highest overall behind Kurt Busch (125.1) and Jeff Burton (125.0).
125  Laps in which Clint Bowyer had the fastest car in the last five Busch Series races at Phoenix.
409  Laps led by Greg Biffle at Phoenix. The next closest is Matt Kenseth with 190.
818  Points scored by Kevin Harvick in the last five Phoenix races, more than any other driver and just one more than Carl Edwards, who is next on the list.
913  Laps in which Carl Edwards was in the top 15 in the last five Phoenix races
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« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2007, 02:18:35 pm »

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NBS Practice 1
Phoenix International Raceway
Arizona Travel 200
Provided by NASCAR Statistics - Fri, November 09, 2007 @ 11:20 AM US


Pos Car Driver Team Time Speed Lap # # Laps -Fastest -Next 
1 22 Mike Bliss SuperCuts Dodge 27.447 131.162 34 34 ---.---  ---.--- 
2 29 Scott Wimmer Holiday Inn Chevrolet 27.539 130.724 20 24 -0.092 -0.092 
3 *2 Clint Bowyer BB&T Chevrolet 27.551 130.667 15 15 -0.104 -0.012 
4 99 David Reutimann Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota 27.605 130.411 28 28 -0.158 -0.054 
5 *5 Kyle Busch Sta-Green/Lowe's Chevrolet 27.633 130.279 4 28 -0.186 -0.028 
6 21 Kevin Harvick AutoZone Chevrolet 27.675 130.081 9 10 -0.228 -0.042 
7 *26 Jamie McMurray Dish Network Ford 27.786 129.562 5 35 -0.339 -0.111 
8 20 Denny Hamlin Rockwell Automation Chevrolet 27.792 129.534 4 25 -0.345 -0.006 
9 90 Stephen Leicht citifinancial Ford 27.794 129.524 5 23 -0.347 -0.002 
10 9 Kasey Kahne Wrigley's Doublemint Dodge 27.795 129.520 4 31 -0.348 -0.001 
11 38 Jason Leffler Great Clips/Comcast Toyota 27.804 129.478 6 24 -0.357 -0.009 
12 *17 Matt Kenseth Arby's Ford 27.811 129.445 3 19 -0.364 -0.007 
13 10 Brian Vickers Fort McDowell Resort Destination Toyota 27.815 129.427 6 21 -0.368 -0.004 
14 35 Bobby Hamilton Jr. McDonald's Ford 27.840 129.310 4 37 -0.393 -0.025 
15 88 Brad Keselowski # U.S. NAVY Chevrolet 27.855 129.241 11 41 -0.408 -0.015 
16 77 Ron Hornaday, Jr Dollar General Chevrolet 27.876 129.143 3 33 -0.429 -0.021 
17 *12 Sam Hornish Jr. Kodak Dodge 27.912 128.977 33 33 -0.465 -0.036 
18 33 Tony Raines RoadLoans Chevrolet 27.936 128.866 5 33 -0.489 -0.024 
19 27 Robby Gordon Huggies/Bashas' Ford 27.947 128.815 6 35 -0.500 -0.011 
20 7 Mike Wallace GEICO Chevrolet 27.947 128.815 5 33 -0.500 -0.000 
21 *11 Jason Keller InvestLinc Chevrolet 27.986 128.636 6 33 -0.539 -0.039 
22 41 AJ Allmendinger Imation Dodge 28.036 128.406 7 47 -0.589 -0.050 
23 6 David Ragan # Discount Tire Ford 28.083 128.191 13 46 -0.636 -0.047 
24 60 Carl Edwards World Financial Group Ford 28.100 128.114 5 22 -0.653 -0.017 
25 *24 Landon Cassill National Guard 40th Infantry Brigade  28.108 128.077 7 36 -0.661 -0.008 
26 *00 Michael McDowell Aaron's/Best Western Toyota 28.127 127.991 11 42 -0.680 -0.019 
27 1 J.J. Yeley Miccosukee Resorts Chevrolet 28.129 127.982 11 35 -0.682 -0.002 
28 16 Greg Biffle 3M Scotch Tape Ford 28.145 127.909 13 18 -0.698 -0.016 
29 59 Marcos Ambrose # Kingsford/Bashas' Ford 28.170 127.796 15 43 -0.723 -0.025 
30 18 Brad Coleman # Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet 28.175 127.773 7 40 -0.728 -0.005 
31 47 Kelly Bires Clorox/Bashas' Ford 28.178 127.759 18 47 -0.731 -0.003 
32 42 Dario Franchitti Target Dodge 28.254 127.416 20 53 -0.807 -0.076 
33 66 Steve Wallace HomeLife Communties Dodge 28.282 127.289 9 26 -0.835 -0.028 
34 *30 Stanton Barrett Phytter Phone/Interush Chevrolet 28.352 126.975 6 17 -0.905 -0.070 
35 25 Richard Johns freecreditreport.com Ford 28.453 126.524 9 43 -1.006 -0.101 
36 *89 Morgan Shepherd Victory In Jesus Dodge 28.474 126.431 4 12 -1.027 -0.021 
37 14 Kyle Krisiloff # Lilly/Walgreens Ford 28.502 126.307 12 28 -1.055 -0.028 
38 *72 D.J. Kennington Northern Provincial Pipeline Dodge 28.565 126.028 4 20 -1.118 -0.063 
39 *01 Kertus Davis RACEGIRL Chevrolet 28.676 125.541 6 13 -1.229 -0.111 
40 36 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 28.725 125.326 5 5 -1.278 -0.049 
41 *56 Frank Kreyer Culver's Chevrolet 28.739 125.265 13 46 -1.292 -0.014 
42 28 Blake Bjorklund Kibbles 'n Bits/U.S. Border Control  28.749 125.222 3 25 -1.302 -0.010 
43 *13 Todd Souza Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 28.847 124.796 10 30 -1.400 -0.098 
44 37 John Graham Kick Butt Amped Energy Ballz Ford 28.849 124.788 12 49 -1.402 -0.002 
45 *0 Eric McClure Hefty Chevrolet 28.897 124.580 6 31 -1.450 -0.048 
46 *44 Jennifer Jo Cobb The Annexus Group Chevrolet 30.582 117.716 10 12 -3.135 -1.685 

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« Reply #9 on: November 09, 2007, 03:43:50 pm »

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Arizona.Travel 200 - Practice 2: Rookie Practice

Pos.  #  Driver  Team  Time  Speed  Lap#  #Laps  -Fastest  -Next 

1  *00  Michael McDowell  Aaron's/Best Western Toyota  27.640  130.246  5  5  ---.---  ---.--- 
2  47  Kelly Bires  Clorox/Bashas' Ford  27.708  129.926  10  14  -0.068  -0.068 
3  *24  Landon Cassill  National Guard 40th Infantry Brigade  27.777  129.604  4  16  -0.137  -0.069 
4  88  Brad Keselowski #  U.S. NAVY Chevrolet  27.855  129.241  3  17  -0.215  -0.078 
5  6  David Ragan #  Discount Tire Ford  27.931  128.889  5  18  -0.291  -0.076 
6  42  Dario Franchitti  Target Dodge  27.963  128.742  3  16  -0.323  -0.032 
7  59  Marcos Ambrose #   Kingsford/Bashas' Ford  27.971  128.705  4  17  -0.331  -0.008 
8  41  AJ Allmendinger  Imation Dodge  28.033  128.420  8  24  -0.393  -0.062 
9  *56  Frank Kreyer  Culver's Chevrolet  28.112  128.059  5  7  -0.472  -0.079 
10  18  Brad Coleman #  Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet  28.167  127.809  5  13  -0.527  -0.055 
11  25  Richard Johns  freecreditreport.com Ford  28.327  127.087  3  20  -0.687  -0.160 
12  14  Kyle Krisiloff #  Lilly/Walgreens Ford  28.333  127.060  3  17  -0.693  -0.006 
13  *13  Todd Souza  Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet  28.636  125.716  3  12  -0.996  -0.303 
14  28  Blake Bjorklund  Kibbles 'n Bits/U.S. Border Control  28.796  125.017  4  11  -1.156  -0.160 
15  *44  Jennifer Jo Cobb  The Annexus Group Chevrolet  29.668  121.343  3  8  -2.028  -0.872 


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Arizona.Travel 200 - Final Practice
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Pos.  #  Driver  Team  Time  Speed  Lap#  #Laps  -Fastest  -Next 
1  6  David Ragan #   Discount Tire Ford  27.518  130.823  24  24  ---.---  ---.--- 
2  16  Greg Biffle  3M Scotch Tape Ford  27.545  130.695  33  33  -0.027  -0.027 
3  10  Brian Vickers  Fort McDowell Resort Destination Toyota  27.550  130.672  23  23  -0.032  -0.005 
4  9  Kasey Kahne  Wrigley's Doublemint Dodge  27.559  130.629  12  12  -0.041  -0.009 
5  *17  Matt Kenseth  Arby's Ford  27.619  130.345  25  25  -0.101  -0.060 
6  38  Jason Leffler  Great Clips/Comcast Toyota  27.667  130.119  32  33  -0.149  -0.048 
7  41  AJ Allmendinger  Imation Dodge  27.689  130.016  24  25  -0.171  -0.022 
8  42  Dario Franchitti  Target Dodge  27.718  129.880  35  35  -0.200  -0.029 
9  *5  Kyle Busch  Sta-Green/Lowe's Chevrolet  27.750  129.730  10  12  -0.232  -0.032 
10  *24  Landon Cassill  National Guard 40th Infantry Brigade  27.778  129.599  23  24  -0.260  -0.028 
11  77  Ron Hornaday, Jr  Dollar General Chevrolet  27.818  129.413  22  22  -0.300  -0.040 
12  33  Tony Raines  RoadLoans Chevrolet  27.855  129.241  31  31  -0.337  -0.037 
13  88  Brad Keselowski #  U.S. NAVY Chevrolet  27.868  129.180  24  25  -0.350  -0.013 
14  90  Stephen Leicht   citifinancial Ford  27.883  129.111  34  34  -0.365  -0.015 
15  *2  Clint Bowyer  BB&T Chevrolet  27.895  129.055  3  18  -0.377  -0.012 
16  29  Scott Wimmer  Holiday Inn Chevrolet  27.900  129.032  4  30  -0.382  -0.005 
17  18  Brad Coleman #  Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet  27.923  128.926  25  25  -0.405  -0.023 
18  27  Robby Gordon  Huggies/Bashas' Ford  27.994  128.599  20  20  -0.476  -0.071 
19  20  Denny Hamlin  Rockwell Automation Chevrolet  28.004  128.553  4  33  -0.486  -0.010 
20  21  Kevin Harvick  AutoZone Chevrolet  28.010  128.526  3  20  -0.492  -0.006 
21  *00  Michael McDowell  Aaron's/Best Western Toyota  28.018  128.489  4  31  -0.500  -0.008 
22  22  Mike Bliss  SuperCuts Dodge  28.025  128.457  4  36  -0.507  -0.007 
23  14  Kyle Krisiloff #   Lilly/Walgreens Ford  28.026  128.452  2  27  -0.508  -0.001 
24  99  David Reutimann  Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota  28.117  128.036  12  25  -0.599  -0.091 
25  60  Carl Edwards  World Financial Group Ford  28.131  127.973  3  24  -0.613  -0.014 
26  35  Bobby Hamilton Jr.  McDonald's Ford  28.234  127.506  11  36  -0.716  -0.103 
27  *26  Jamie McMurray   Dish Network Ford  28.255  127.411  5  35  -0.737  -0.021 
28  37  John Graham  Kick Butt Amped Energy Ballz Ford  28.263  127.375  29  29  -0.745  -0.008 
29  *30  Stanton Barrett  Phytter Phone/Interush Chevrolet  28.333  127.060  22  22  -0.815  -0.070 
30  59  Marcos Ambrose #   Kingsford/Bashas' Ford  28.333  127.060  3  15  -0.815  -0.000 
31  47  Kelly Bires  Clorox/Bashas' Ford  28.377  126.863  13  14  -0.859  -0.044 
32  *12  Sam Hornish Jr.  Kodak Dodge  28.383  126.836  7  21  -0.865  -0.006 
33  1  J.J. Yeley  Miccosukee Resorts Chevrolet  28.387  126.819  5  29  -0.869  -0.004 
34  *11  Jason Keller  InvestLinc Chevrolet  28.396  126.778  4  25  -0.878  -0.009 
35  *56  Frank Kreyer  Culver's Chevrolet  28.490  126.360  2  22  -0.972  -0.094 
36  7  Mike Wallace  GEICO Chevrolet  28.528  126.192  10  22  -1.010  -0.038 
37  *01  Kertus Davis  RACEGIRL Chevrolet  28.615  125.808  7  11  -1.097  -0.087 
38  66  Steve Wallace  HomeLife Communties Dodge  28.628  125.751  11  20  -1.110  -0.013 
39  *89  Morgan Shepherd  Victory In Jesus Dodge  28.630  125.742  3  9  -1.112  -0.002 
40  25  Richard Johns  freecreditreport.com Ford  28.631  125.738  2  33  -1.113  -0.001 
41  *72  D.J. Kennington  Northern Provincial Pipeline Dodge  28.637  125.711  15  21  -1.119  -0.006 
42  *0  Eric McClure  Hefty Chevrolet  28.669  125.571  7  8  -1.151  -0.032 
43  *13  Todd Souza  Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet  28.772  125.122  25  28  -1.254  -0.103 
44  28  Blake Bjorklund  Kibbles 'n Bits/U.S. Border Control  29.183  123.359  4  11  -1.665  -0.411 
45  *44  Jennifer Jo Cobb  The Annexus Group Chevrolet  29.236  123.136  16  19  -1.718  -0.053 
46  *34  Brian Pannone  Superstition Trailers Ford  29.999  120.004  28  28  -2.481  -0.763 


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