Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Daytona International Speedway Track Facts: 2018 Coke Zero Sugar 400

Ford has won five of the last eight Daytaon races, and also the last six at Talladega.
Rank
Driver
Races
Poles
Wins
Top Fives
Top 10s
DNFs
Average Finish
Driver Rating
 
 
1
Kyle Busch
26
1
1
7
8
6
18.7
91.7
 
2
Kevin Harvick
34
1
2
9
14
6
17.2
82.7
 
3
Joey Logano
19
0
1
5
8
3
16.6
87.3
 
4
Martin Truex Jr
26
1
0
1
3
6
22.4
77.5
 
5
Brad Keselowski
18
0
1
3
4
7
22.3
79.8
 
6
Clint Bowyer
25
0
0
4
12
4
15.8
78.5
 
7
Kurt Busch
34
0
1
13
17
3
17.1
90.2
 
8
Denny Hamlin
25
0
1
7
8
2
16.8
89.4
 
9
Kyle Larson
9
0
0
0
2
4
24.4
68.7
 
10
Ryan Blaney
6
0
0
1
2
2
17.8
91.2
 
11
Aric Almirola
13
0
1
2
2
3
20.3
73.2
 
12
Jimmie Johnson
33
2
3
11
14
9
18.5
86.3
 
13
Chase Elliott
5
2
0
0
0
1
27.6
67.2
 
14
Erik Jones
3
0
0
0
1
2
28.0
70.3
 
15
Alex Bowman
4
1
0
0
0
0
19.2
64.1
 
16
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
12
0
1
2
3
2
18.9
72.6
 
* – Based on last 27 races at Daytona International Speedway (2005 – 2018).


Loop Data Leaders: Daytona International Speedway
Monster Energy Series - Top 3 In Key Loop Data Statistics
Driver Rating

Avg. Running Position
Laps Led

Kyle Busch
91.7
Ryan Blaney
12.290
Denny Hamlin
407
Ryan Blaney
91.2
Bubba Wallace
13.666
Kyle Busch
382
Kurt Busch
90.2
Kyle Busch
14.250
Kurt Busch
291
      
Fastest Laps Run
% of Laps in the Top 15

Quality Passes

Kevin Harvick
108
Ryan Blaney
71.0%
Jamie McMurray
4,137
Kyle Busch
106
Kyle Busch
63.7%
Kurt Busch
3,981
Clint Bowyer
105
Kurt Busch
62.8%
Kasey Kahne
3,861
Loop Data stats are from 2005 – Present (Active Drivers Only)


Daytona International Speedway Data
Season Race #: 18 of 36 (07-07-18)
Track Size: 2.5-mile
Banking/Turns 1 & 2: 31 degrees
Banking/Turns 3 & 4: 31 degrees
Banking/Straights: 3 degrees
Banking/Tri-Oval: 18 degrees
Frontstretch Length:  3,800 feet
Backstretch Length:  3,000 feet
Race Length: 160 laps / 400 miles
Stage 1 & 2 Length: 40 laps (each)
Final Stage Length: 80 laps

Top 10 Driver Ratings at Daytona
Kyle Busch................................. 91.7
Ryan Blaney............................... 91.2
Kurt Busch................................. 90.2
Denny Hamlin............................. 89.4
Bubba Wallace........................... 88.1
Joey Logano............................... 87.3
Jimmie Johnson.......................... 86.3
Kevin Harvick............................. 82.7
Kasey Kahne.............................. 80.8
Brad Keselowski......................... 79.8
Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2018 races (27 total) among active drivers at Daytona International Speedway.

Qualifying/Race Data
2017 pole winner:
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet
190.973 mph, 47.127 secs., 06-30-17

2017 race winner:
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford
123.986 mph, (03:17:12), 07-01-17

Track qualifying record (July race):
Cale Yarborough, Ford
203.519 mph, 44.222 secs 07-02-86

Track race record (July race):
Bobby Allison, Mercury
173.473 mph, (02:18:21), 07-04-80




Daytona International Speedway:

History
·        Groundbreaking for Daytona International Speedway was Nov. 25, 1957. The soil underneath the banked corners was dug from the infield of the track and the hole filled with water. It is now known as Lake Lloyd.
·        The first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona was a 100-mile qualifying race for the Daytona 500 on Feb. 20, 1959 – won by Bob Welborn.
·        The first summer race at Daytona International Speedway was held on July 4, 1959 – won by Fireball Roberts (140.581 mph).
·        NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty won his 200th career race on July 4, 1984 at Daytona.
·        Lights were installed in the spring of 1998. However, the July race was delayed until October that year due to thick smoke from wildfires. The second Daytona race has been held under the lights ever since.
·        The track underwent a repave in 2010.
·        There have been 142 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at Daytona International Speedway since the track hosted its first race in 1959:  60 have been 500 miles, 55 were 400 miles and four 250 miles. There were also 23 qualifier races that were point races.

Starts
·        671 different drivers have competed in at least one Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway; 511 in more than one.
·        460 drivers have competed in at least one Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series July race at Daytona International Speedway; 289 in more than one.
·        Richard Petty leads the series in July race starts at Daytona with 32.
·        Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch lead all active series drivers with 17 starts each.

·        A total of 178 drivers have made their first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start at Daytona; only 19 have made their first start during the July race.
·        Three active series drivers have made their first career start at Daytona International Speedway, though none were during the July race: Kasey Kahne (2/15/04), Alex Bowman (2/23/14), Daniel Su├írez (2/26/17) and William Byron (2/18/2018).
·        NASCAR Hall of Famer Fireball Roberts leads the series in average starting position at Daytona with a 5.412 in 17 starts. He also leads the series in average starting position in the Daytona July race with a 2.200 in five starts.
·        Chase Elliott leads all active drivers in the series in average starting position at Daytona with a 6.400 in five starts. Jimmie Johnson leads the series in average starting position in the Daytona July race with a 10.375 in 16 starts.

Poles
·        A total of 60 different drivers have posted at least one Busch pole in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona; 24 drivers have posted more than one.  
·        NASCAR Hall of Famer Cale Yarborough leads the series in poles at Daytona with 12 poles.
·        Chase Elliott and Jimmie Johnson lead all active series drivers in Daytona poles with two each.
·        40 of the 60 drivers have posted Busch Pole Awards at Daytona for the July event, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer Cale Yarborough with eight; followed by Sterling Marlin with three.  
·        Only three active drivers have posted a pole for the Daytona July race: Kevin Harvick (2002), Paul Menard (2008) and Kyle Busch (2013).
·        Fireball Roberts won the inaugural Busch pole for the July race at Daytona in 1959 with a speed of 144.997 mph. 
·        Three drivers have won consecutive Busch poles for the July race at Daytona: Cale Yarborough (1969-’70; 1980-’81, 1983-’84), Sterling Marlin (1991-’92) and Dale Earnhardt (1994-’95).
·        Youngest Daytona July race pole winner: Jeff Gordon (07/06/1996 - 24 years, 11 months, 2 days); all-time track record belongs to Chase Elliott (02/21/2016 – 20 years, 2 months, 24 days).
·        Oldest Daytona pole winner: Mark Martin (07/02/2011 – 52 years, 5 months, 23 days).
·        16 different drivers have posted their first series career Busch pole at Daytona International Speedway – nine during Speedweeks in February and seven for the July race.  
·        Five active drivers have posted their first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Busch pole at Daytona International Speedway: Jimmie Johnson (2/17/02), Kevin Harvick (7/6/02), Paul Menard (7/5/08), Austin Dillon (2/23/14) and Chase Elliott (2/21/16).


Wins
·        63 different drivers have posted at least one Monster Energy Series win at Daytona, 28 drivers have multiple series wins at Daytona.  
·        NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty leads the series in Daytona wins with 10.
·        Jimmie Johnson leads all active drivers in Daytona wins with three. Jamie McMurray and Kevin Harvick are the only other two active drivers with multiple Daytona wins (two each).
·        Of the 63 winning drivers, 37 of them have won the July race at Daytona International Speedway, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson with five wins.
·        Eight active drivers are tied with a single series July race win at Daytona – Aric Almirola, Brad Keselowski, David Ragan, Jamie McMurray, Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.    
·        Five drivers have posted consecutive July race wins at Daytona International Speedway: Fireball Roberts (1962-1963), A.J. Foyt (1964-1965), Cale Yarborough (1967-1968) David Pearson (1972 - 1974) and Tony Stewart (2005-2006).
·        Youngest Daytona July race winner: Kyle Busch (07/01/2008 – 23 years, 2 months, 3 days); all-time track record - Trevor Bayne (02/20/2011 – 20 years, 0 months, 1 day).
·        Oldest Daytona July race winner: Bobby Allison (07/04/1987 – 49 years, 7 months, 1 day); all-time track record - Bobby Allison (02/14/1988 – 50 years, 5 months, 23 days).
·        The Wood Brothers have the most wins at Daytona in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series with 15; followed by Hendrick Motorsports with 14.
·        Nine of the 59 (15.5%) July Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at Daytona have been won from the Pole or first starting position; six from the Pole and three from the first starting position when qualifying was cancelled. The most recent was the 2015 July race – winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
·        The first starting position is the most proficient starting position in the field, producing more winners (nine) than any other starting position in the July race at Daytona International Speedway.

·    The deepest in the field that a race winner has started at Daytona is 42nd, by Tony Stewart in the 2012 July race.   
Drivers that have swept both races (Daytona 500 and the July race) at Daytona:
Fireball Roberts – 1962 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 250)
Cale Yarborough – 1968 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)
LeeRoy Yarborough – 1969 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)
Bobbie Allison – 1982 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)
Jimmie Johnson – 2013 (Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400 powered by Coca-Cola)


·        A total of 18 drivers have posted their first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win at Daytona.
·        Three active Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers have posted their first career win at Daytona International Speedway; two were during the July race: Aric Almirola (07/06/2014), David Ragan (07/02/2011) and Trevor Bayne (02/20/2011).
·        Kasey Kahne leads the series among active drivers with the most Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts at Daytona without visiting Victory Lane at 29.

Additional Finishing Position Stats
·        A total of 38 different drivers have finished runner-up in the Monster Energy Series in the Daytona July race, led by Buddy Baker with five second-place finishes; followed by Richard Petty and Sterling Marlin with four.
·        Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch lead all active drivers in runner-up finishes in the July Daytona race with three each.
·        A total of 104 different series drivers have finished in the top-five in the July race at Daytona, led by David Pearson with 13 top fives; followed by Richard Petty with 12.
·        Kurt Busch leads all active series drivers in top-five finishes in the July Daytona race with seven.   
·        A total of 176 different series drivers have finished in the top-10 in the July Daytona race, led by David Pearson with 19 top 10s; followed by Dale Earnhardt with 18.
·        Kurt Busch leads all active series drivers in top-10 finishes in the July Daytona race with nine.
·        Bubba Wallace and Vic Parsons lead the series in average finishing position at Daytona with an 8.5 in two starts each.
·        Cotton Owens leads the series in average finishing position at Daytona in the July races with a 5.000 in two starts.
·        Austin Dillon leads all active drivers in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in average finishing position at Daytona in the July race with a 13.75.


Track / Event Stats
·        Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory (MOV) in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona International Speedway for the July race is the July 7, 2007 event won by Jamie McMurray over Kyle Busch with a MOV of 0.005 second.
·        Below are the top five closest MOVs in the MENCS July race at Daytona
Margin of Victory
Date
Winner
Runner-Up
0.005
7/7/2007
Jamie McMurray
Kyle Busch
0.008
7/2/1994
Jimmy Spencer
Ernie Irvan
0.029
7/5/1997
John Andretti
Terry Labonte
0.092
7/3/2010
Kevin Harvick
Kasey Kahne
0.104
7/6/1996
Sterling Marlin
Terry Labonte

·        Seven of the MENCS July races at Daytona have resulted with NASCAR Overtime:
Date
Scheduled No. of Laps
Actual No. of Laps
NASCAR Overtime Laps
Winner
7/1/2017
160
163
3
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
7/2/2016
160
161
1
Brad Keselowski
7/5/2015
160
161
1
Dale Earnhardt Jr
7/6/2013
160
161
1
Jimmie Johnson
7/2/2011
160
170
10
David Ragan
7/3/2010
160
166
6
Kevin Harvick
7/5/2008
160
162
2
Kyle Busch

·        Only two of the 59 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series July races at Daytona International Speedway have been shortened due to weather conditions:
Date
Scheduled No. of Laps
Actual No. of Laps
No. of Laps Less
Winner
7/6/2014
160
112
-48
Aric Almirola
7/6/1996
160
117
-43
Sterling Marlin

·        Qualifying for the July race has been cancelled due to weather conditions in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona International Speedway four times: 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2015.   
·        Dale Earnhardt leads the series in laps led at Daytona with 1,286 laps led in 46 starts. Denny Hamlin leads all active drivers with 407 laps led in 25 starts.
·        NASCAR Hall of Famer Cale Yarborough leads the series in laps led in the July races at Daytona with 644 laps led in 22 starts.
·        Brad Keselowski leads the series among active drivers in laps led in the July race at Daytona with 152 laps led; followed Jimmie Johnson (141) and Denny Hamlin (140).
·        Fewest laps led by a July race winner at Daytona is one lap led by Jimmy Spencer in 1994. The fewest laps led by an active July race winner at Daytona are three laps led by Jamie McMurray in 2007.


Female Competitor Stats At Daytona
·        A total of six female drivers have competed in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona. Danica Patrick, Janet Guthrie, Christine Beckers, Lella Lombardi, Patty Moise and Shawna Robinson. All six have competed in the July race.
·        Janet Guthrie was the first female competitor to race at Daytona International Speedway in 1976. She started 33rd and raced her way up to a 15th-place finish.
·        Below is a look at the female drivers in the July race at DIS.
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Driver Rating
Date
Danica Patrick
10
25
60.1
7/1/2017
Danica Patrick
22
27
44.7
7/2/2016
Danica Patrick
27
35
50.5
7/5/2015
Danica Patrick
29
8
86.8
7/6/2014
Danica Patrick
11
14
80.9
7/6/2013
Averages
19.8
21.8
64.6
 
     
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
 
Shawna Robinson
27
40
7/6/2002
 
     
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
 
Patty Moise
35
39
7/1/1989
 
Patty Moise
33
26
7/2/1988
 
Averages
34
32.5
  
     
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
 
Janet Guthrie
36
11
7/4/1978
 
Janet Guthrie
20
40
7/4/1977
 
Janet Guthrie
33
15
7/4/1976
 
Averages
29.7
22
  
     
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
 
Christine Beckers
37
37
7/4/1977
 
     
Driver
Starting Position
Finishing Position
Date
 
Lella Lombardi
29
31
7/4/1977
 



NASCAR in Florida
·        There has been a total of 382 NASCAR national series races in the state of Florida among 10 different tracks.
Track Name
City
Monster Energy
Xfinity
Camping World
Total Races
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach
142
53
19
280
Homestead-Miami Speedway
Homestead
19
23
22
70
Daytona Beach & Road Course
Daytona Beach
10
0
0
10
Palm Beach Speedway
W. Palm Beach
7
0
0
7
Speedway Park
Jacksonville
6
0
0
6
Volusia County Speedway
Barberville
0
4
0
4
Walt Disney World Speedway
Orlando
0
0
2
2
Five Flags Speedway
Pensacola
1
0
0
1
Golden Gate Speedway
Tampa
1
0
0
1
Titusville-Cocoa Speedway
Titusville
1
0
0
1
Totals

187
80
43
382
·        The first NASCAR premiere series race in the state of Florida was held at the Daytona Beach & Road Course on 7/10/1949. The 40 lap event was won by Red Byron (Oldsmobile, 80.883 mph).

Florida Drivers In NASCAR
·        181 drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as Florida; 11 of the 181 (6.1%) have recorded at least one victory in NASCAR national series competition.
·        Eight Florida drivers have won in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series; led by Fireball Roberts with 33 victories.
·        Of the eight Florida native drivers who have won in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, only Fireball Roberts, LeeRoy Yarborough and Aric Almirola have won the July race at Daytona.
 
Drivers from Florida
    
 
Drivers
MENCS
NXS
NCWTS
Totals
1
Fireball Roberts
33
0
0
33
2
LeeRoy Yarbrough
14
0
0
14
3
Marshall Teague
7
0
0
7
4
Joe Nemechek
4
16
0
20
5
Bobby Johns
2
0
0
2
6
David Reutimann
2
1
1
4
7
Aric Almirola
1
3
2
6
8
Shorty Rollins
1
0
0
1
9
Rick Wilson
0
2
0
2
10
Joey Coulter
0
0
1
1
11
Ben Kennedy
0
0
1
1
 
Totals
64
22
5
91



Date
Track
Busch Pole
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Race Winner
OEM
2/18/2018
Daytona
Alex Bowman
Kurt Busch
Ryan Blaney
N/A
Austin Dillon
Chevrolet
2/25/2018
Atlanta
Kyle Busch
Kevin Harvick
Brad Keselowski
N/A
Kevin Harvick
Ford
3/4/2018
Las Vegas
Ryan Blaney
Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
N/A
Kevin Harvick
Ford
3/11/2018
ISM
Martin Truex Jr
Kyle Busch
Kurt Busch
N/A
Kevin Harvick
Ford
3/18/2018
Auto Club
Martin Truex Jr
Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr.
N/A
Martin Truex Jr
Toyota
3/26/2018
Martinsville
None-Weather
Denny Hamlin
Ryan Blaney 
N/A
Clint Bowyer 
Ford 
4/8/2018
Texas
Kurt Busch
Kevin Harvick
Kyle Busch
N/A
Kyle Busch
Toyota
4/15/2018
Bristol
Kyle Busch
Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski
N/A
Kyle Busch
Toyota
4/21/2018
Richmond
Martin Truex Jr.
Joey Logano
Joey Logano
N/A
Kyle Busch
Toyota
4/29/2018
Talladega
Kevin Harvick
Brad Keselowski
Paul Menard
N/A
Joey Logano
Ford
5/6/2018
Dover
Kyle Larson
Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
N/A
Kevin Harvick
Ford
5/12/2018
Kansas
Kevin Harvick
Ryan Blaney
Kyle Larson
N/A
Kevin Harvick
Ford
5/19/2018
All-Star Open
N/A
Alex Bowman
Daniel Suarez
N/A
AJ Allmendinger
Chevrolet
5/19/2018
All-Star Race
Matt Kenseth
Kevin Harvick
Kyle Busch
Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick
Ford
5/27/2018
Charlotte
Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch
Toyota
6/3/2018
Pocono
Ryan Blaney
Martin Truex Jr
Kevin Harvick
N/A
Martin Truex Jr
Toyota
6/10/2018
Michigan
Kurt Busch
Ryan Blaney
Kevin Harvick
N/A
Clint Bowyer 
Ford
6/24/2018
Sonoma
Kyle Larson
AJ Allmendinger
Denny Hamlin
N/A
Martin Truex Jr
Toyota
7/1/2018
Chicagoland
Paul Menard
Aric Almirola
Kevin Harvick
N/A
Kyle Busch
Toyota
        
2018 Top Five Performers In Each Statistical Category
 
Rank
Drivers
Wins
 
Rank
Drivers
Runner-Ups
 
1
Kevin Harvick
5
 
1
Kyle Larson
4
 
2
Kyle Busch
5
 
2
Kyle Busch
3
 
3
Martin Truex Jr
3
  
Kevin Harvick
3
 
4
Clint Bowyer
2
 
4
Martin Truex Jr
2
 
5
Austin Dillon
1
 
5
Brad Keselowski
1
 
 
Joey Logano
1
  
Bubba Wallace
1
 
     
Chase Elliott
1
 
Rank
Drivers
Top Fives
  
Clint Bowyer
1
 
1
Kevin Harvick
12
  
Kurt Busch
1
 
2
Kyle Busch
11
     
3
Martin Truex Jr
10
 
Rank
Drivers
Top 10s
 
4
Clint Bowyer
6
 
1
Kevin Harvick
14
 
 
Denny Hamlin
6
  
Kyle Busch
14
 
 
Kyle Larson
6
 
3
Joey Logano
13
 
    
4
Martin Truex Jr
11
 
Rank
Drivers
Laps Led
 
5
Brad Keselowski
10
 
1
Kevin Harvick
1,032
  
Kyle Larson
10
 
2
Kyle Busch
947
  
Denny Hamlin
10
 
3
Ryan Blaney
463
  
Clint Bowyer
10
 
4
Martin Truex Jr
370
     
5
Kyle Larson
365
 
Rank
Drivers
Poles
 
    
1
Kyle Busch
3
 
     
Martin Truex Jr
3
 
    
3
Kevin Harvick
2
 
     
Kurt Busch
2
 
     
Ryan Blaney
2
 
     
Kyle Larson
2
 



Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series - Milestones
STARTS
Driver: Austin Dillon
Has
Needs
Milestone:
174
1
Will become the 151st driver to make 175 or more Monster Energy Series starts.
Driver: Alex Bowman
Has
Needs
Milestone:
98
2
Will become the 200th driver to make 100 or more Monster Energy Series starts.
WINS
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
83
1
Tie Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip for fourth on the all-time series wins list.
Driver: Kyle Busch
Has
Needs
Milestone:
48
1
Tie Tony Stewart (49) for 13th on the all-time Monster Energy Series wins list.
Driver: Kevin Harvick
Has
Needs
Milestone:
42
2
Tie Bill Elliott (44) for 16th on the all-time MENCS wins list.
Driver: Denny Hamlin
Has
Needs
Milestone:
31
1
To tie Dale Jarrett for 24th on the all-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins list.
Driver: Kurt Busch
Has
Needs
Milestone:
29
2
Tie Denny Hamlin for 25th on the all-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins list.
BUSCH POLES
Driver: Ryan Newman
Has
Needs
Milestone:
51
3
Tie Bill Elliott for eighth on the all-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series poles list.
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
35
1
To tie Rusty Wallace and Rex White for 18th on the all-time series poles list.
Driver: Kyle Busch
Has
Needs
Milestone:
30
1
To tie Fonty Flock for 23rd on the all-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series poles list.
Driver: Kasey Kahne
Has
Needs
Milestone:
27
2
To tie Kyle Busch and Ricky Rudd for 25th on the all-time Monster Energy Series poles list.



Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series - Milestones
Second-Place Finishes
Driver: Kevin Harvick
Has
Needs
Milestone:
53
3
Tie Buck Baker for ninth on the all-time series second-place finishes list.
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
46
2
Tie Lee Petty for 11th on the all-time series second-place finishes list.
Driver: Kyle Busch
Has
Needs
Milestone:
43
1
Tie Tony Stewart for 13th on the all-time series second-place finishes list.
Top Fives
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
224
1
To become the 11th series driver all-time to post 225 or more top fives
Driver: Kyle Busch
Has
Needs
Milestone:
173
2
To become the 22nd series driver all-time to post 175 or more top fives
Top 10s
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
347
2
Tie Rusty Wallace for 11th on the series all-time top-10 finishes list
Laps Led
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Has
Needs
Milestone:
18,665
335
To become the ninth driver in the MENCS all-time to lead 19,000 laps.
Driver: Martin Truex Jr.
Has
Needs
Milestone:
6,889
111
To become the 29th driver all-time in the MENCS to lead 7,000 laps.

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