NASCAR Sprint Cup: Coca-Cola 600 facts and figures

May 22, 2014 

  • Points Standings

    Sprint Cup

     1. Jeff Gordon 394

     2. Matt Kenseth 379

     3. Kyle Busch 373

     4. Dale Earnhardt Jr.368

     5. Carl Edwards 367

     6. Joey Logano 346

     7. Jimmie Johnson 340

     8. Ryan Newman 332

     9. Greg Biffle 328

    10. Brian Vickers 327

    11. Brad Keselowski 326

    12. Denny Hamlin 318

    13. Kyle Larson 318

    14. Austin Dillon 306

    15. Kevin Harvick 302

    16. Kasey Kahne 294

    17. AJ Allmendinger 293

    18. Paul Menard 292

    19. Marcos Ambrose 288

    20. Clint Bowyer 282

    21. Aric Almirola 278

    22. Tony Stewart 268

    23. Casey Mears 262

    24. Jamie McMurray 246

    25. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 240

    26. Martin Truex Jr. 232

    27. Danica Patrick 213

    28. Kurt Busch 211

    29. Justin Allgaier 198

    30. Michael Annett 163

    31. David Gilliland 159

    32. Cole Whitt 147

    33. Reed Sorenson 143

    34. Alex Bowman 141

    35. David Ragan 137

    36. Josh Wise 130

    37. Travis Kvapil 82

    38. Ryan Truex 78

    39. Parker Kligerman 54

    40. Michael McDowell 49

    Nationwide

     1. Chase Elliott 379

     2. Elliott Sadler 377

     3. Regan Smith 377

     4. Ty Dillon 344

     5. Trevor Bayne 343

     6. Brian Scott 315

     7. Brendan Gaughan 282

     8. James Buescher 269

     9. Chris Buescher 260

    10. Landon Cassill 258

    Truck

     1. Matt Crafton 162

     2. Timothy Peters 151

     3. German Quiroga 144

     4. Johnny Sauter 143

     5. Ron Hornaday 137

     6. Ben Kennedy 132

     7. John Wes Townley 127

     8. Jeb Burton 127

     9. Ryan Blaney 123

    10. Darrell Wallace Jr. 108

What: 400 laps or 600 miles

Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway, a 1.5-mile banked, quad-ovalin Concord

When: 6 p.m. Sunday

TV: Fox

Radio: Performance Racing Network

Last year’s winner: Kevin Harvick

Also this week: History 300, Nationwide Series, Charlotte Motor Speedway, 2:45 p.m. Saturday, ABC.

Who’s Hot/

Who’s Not

HOT

Jamie McMurray: $1 million will buy a lot of Big Macs.

Kevin Harvick: Ran strong and finished second in all-star race but got beat on pit road.

Carl Edwards: Could his strong performance last weekend bode well for the 600?

Josh Wise: Finished 15th in all-star race but still won the Sprint Fan Vote.

Kyle Busch: Gave Toyota its sixth consecutive win in the Truck series.

ThorSport Racing: If you can run with Busch in the Truck series, you’re doing something right.

Sam Hornish Jr.: Making the most of his limited Nationwide schedule with a victory at Iowa.

NOT

Jeff Gordon: The all-star race has not been kind to him lately.

Kasey Kahne: Appeared to have a car capable of winning the all-star race but slammed the wall during Segment No. 3.

Jim Utter

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