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THE RACE: CNBC Prime's The Profit 200

TRACK: New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NASCAR Nationwide Series Race #17 of 33 for the 2013 season


Race:Saturday, July 13, 2013 in Loudon, NH

Title Sponsor: CNBC

Scheduled Green Flag (approx): 3:46pm/et

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Event Schedule

Times are local to the Track (Eastern Time)

Thursday, July 11th


Friday, July 12th

11:00 AM-11:50 AM NNS PRACTICE

Saturday, July 13th

3:30 PM NNS RACE (200 LAPS, 211.6 MILES)

NNS = Nationwide Series
Times are local to the Track


  • Official New Hampshire race results and standings (pdf)

  • Busch wins at New Hampshire: #54-Kyle Busch won the CNBC Prime's The Profit 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for his 7th win of the season (in 14 races) and 58th of his Nationwide career. The race took 3 green-white-checker attempts to finsh and ran a total of 213 laps. #20-Brian Vickers finished second followed by #3-Austin Dillon (who claimed the Nationwide Dash4Cash), #2-Brian Scott, #43-Michael Annett, #6-Trevor Bayne, #12-Sam Hornish, Jr., #7-Regan Smith, #18-Matt Kenseth, and #99-Alex Bowman. There were 7 cautions for 27 laps and 6 lead changes among 3 leaders. Complete results are on the New Hampshire race results page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • New Hampshire Race Fast Facts:
    Kyle Busch won the 24th Annual CNBC Prime's The Profit 200, his 58th victory in 258 NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
    This is his seventh victory and 12th top-10 finish in 2013.
    This is his fourth victory and fifth top-10 finish in eight races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    This is Busch's fourth win from the Coors Light Pole this season, tying Sam Ard's record for wins from the pole in a season, set in 1983.
    Brian Vickers (second) posted his second top-10 finish in three races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his ninth top-10 finish in 2013.
    Austin Dillon (third) posted his second top-10 finish in three races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Alex Bowman (10th) was the highest finishing rookie.
    Regan Smith leads the point standings by 5 points over Sam Hornish Jr.
    (NASCAR Integrated Marketing)(7-13-2013)

  • Driver standings following New Hampshire:
    1) #7-Regan Smith 594
    2) #12-Sam Hornish Jr. 589, -5
    3) #3-Austin Dillon 582, -12
    4) #31-Justin Allgaier 574, -20
    5) #11-Elliott Sadler 570, -24
    6) #20-Brian Vickers 548, -46
    7) #32-Kyle Larson # 546, -48
    8) #2-Brian Scott 534, -60
    9) #6-Trevor Bayne 526, -68
    10) #77-Parker Kligerman 525, -69
    See complete standings on the driver standings page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • Owner Standings following New Hampshire are posted (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • Lucky Dogs - Who got a lap back on each caution at New Hampshire: (and their finish)
    Caution 1: #44-Hackenbracht, 21st
    Caution 2: none, #55-Dick was involved in the caution.
    Caution 3: #30-Piquet, 12th
    Caution 4: #19-Bliss, 17th
    Caution 5: #19-Bliss (2), 17th
    Caution 6: #60-Pastrana, 16th
    Caution 7: #60-Pastrana (2), 16th

info, news, speeds and links

  • Pit Stall Selections (pdf)
  • Busch on pole at New Hampshire:#54-Kyle Busch won the Coors Light Pole for the CNBC Prime's The Profit 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 131.916mph. #20-Brian Vickers will start second. The rest of the top 10: #5-Kasey Kahne, #7-Regan Smith, #2-Brian Scott, #31-Justin Allgaier, #22-Joey Logano, #18-Matt Kenseth, #11-Elliott Sadler, and #77-Parker Kligerman. Did Not Qualify: #89-Morgan Shepherd, #74-Mike Harmon. The Rick Ware #15 of Carl Long withdrew after qualifying to get #92-Dexter Stacey in the race. The starting lineup is posted on the New Hampshire starting lineup page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • New Hampshire Qualifying Notes:
    Kyle Busch won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 24th Annual CNBC Prime's The Profit 200 with a lap of 28.873 seconds, 131.916 mph.
    This is his 30th pole in 258 NASCAR Nationwide Series races, tying Mark Martin for the all-time series pole record.
    This is his fourth pole and 10th top-10 start in 2013.
    This is his second pole in eight races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Brian Vickers (second) posted his 10th top-10 start of 2013 and his third in three races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Kasey Kahne (third) posted his third top-10 start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his third in seven races this season.
    (NASCAR Integrated Marketing)(7-13-2013)

  • Qualifying Order (pdf)
  • Smith fastest in happy hour: #7-Regan Smith was quickest during happy hour for the CNBC Prime's The Profit 200 with a speed of 129.860mph. He was followed by: #12-Sam Hornish, Jr., #77-Parker Kligerman, #2-Brian Scott, #20-Brian Vickers, #11-Elliott Sadler, #6-Trevor Bayne, #31-Justin Allgaier, #33-Paul Menard, and #18-Matt Kenseth. All 43 drivers participated in the session. See complete results on the New Hampshire practice 2 speeds page (pdf).(7-12-2013)

  • Smith fastest in first practice: #7-Regan Smtih was fastest during opening practice at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 128.156mph. #18-Matt Kenseth was second, followed by: #54-Kyle Busch, #20-Brian Vickers, #22-Joey Logano, #31-Justin Allgaier, #11-Elliott Sadler, #2-Brain Scott, #12-Sam Hornish, Jr., and #5-Kasey Kahne. 41 drivers practiced during the session. See complete results on the New Hampshire practice 1 speeds page (pdf).(7-12-2013)

  • Entry List:There are 43 cars on the preliminary entry list for Saturday's CNBC Prime's The Profit 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. A few notes:
    Kasey Kahne returns to the #5;
    Ryan Preece will attempt to make his NNS debut in the #8;
    Carl Long is entered in the Rick Ware #15;
    Matt Kenseth returns to the JCR #18;
    Stanton Barrett is entered in the #23;
    Chad Hackenbracht will make his first start in the TriStar #44;
    The #74 is TBA.(7-8-2013)
    UPDATE: Mike Harmon will drive the #74.(7-10-2013)
    See the complete list on the New Hampshire entry list page.

  • Nationwide Series at New Hampshire on ABC: The NASCAR Nationwide Series races at the "Magic Mile," New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., on Saturday, July 13, and ABC will have a live telecast. NASCAR Countdown airs at 3 p.m. ET with the race's green flag at 3:47 p.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Martin Truex Jr. will visit the booth for a portion of the race to join the commentary. Also from NHMS, ESPN2 will air qualifying on Saturday at 10 a.m. The NHMS race will be the second of four consecutive events that comprise the NASCAR Nationwide Series Dash 4 Cash, a bonus program that will award an extra $100,000 to the highest-finishing of four eligible drivers in each of the four designated races and could award an additional $600,000 at the fourth race at Indianapolis next month.(ESPN)(7-8-2013)

Goodyear Tires Notes / Fast Facts

  • Tire: Goodyear Eagle Intermediate Radials

  • Set limits:
    Sprint Cup: 5 sets for practice/qualifying and 8 sets for the race;
    Nationwide: 5 sets for the event

  • Number of Tires:
    Sprint Cup: Left-side -- 1,075, Right-side -- 1,075;
    Nationwide: Left-side  400, Right-side -- 400

  • Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4564; Right-side -- D-4566

  • Tire Circumference:
    Left-side -- 87.5 in. (2,222 mm);
    Right-side -- 88.3 in. (2,242 mm)

  • Technical Inspection Inflation:
    Left Front -- 20 psi; Left Rear -- 20 psi;
    Right Front -- 30 psi; Right Rear -- 30 psi

  • Minimum Recommended Inflation:
    Left Front -- 12 psi; Left Rear -- 12 psi;
    Right Front -- 30 psi; Right Rear -- 27 psi

  • Notes: Teams in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series will run the same Goodyear tire codes at New Hampshire this weekend . . . this is the same combination of left- and right-side tires that teams in these two series ran at New Hampshire last year . . . this tire set-up was confirmed at a Goodyear test at New Hampshire on May 14-15 . . . drivers and teams participating in that test were Clint Bowyer in the No. 15 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota, Jeff Burton in the No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, Matt Kenseth in the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and Joey Logano in the No. 22 Penske Racing Ford . . . as on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, teams will not run inner liners in their tires at New Hampshire.

NASCAR News & Notes

    Highlights From First Half Of 2013 Season
    With 16 races in the books and halfway through the NASCAR Nationwide Series' 33-race schedule there have been a lot of first-half highlights. As drivers and teams prepare for Saturday's CNBC Prime the Profit 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, here are three highlights from the season thus far that could have lasting implications on the championship race.
    Points Battle: Currently, Regan Smith sits only six points in front of runner-up Sam Hornish Jr. in the standings. The top-10 drivers in the standings are only separated by 70 points; the top six are separated by fewer than 50 points. The points battle has been as close as one point after the spring Richmond race and as distant as 58 points after Michigan. The current close points battle and the swing in point differential from race to race (e.g., going into Talladega Hornish carried a one-point lead over Smith, but trailed Smith by 27 points after the race; a 28-point shift) are both indicative of how close the championship race is and that it's still too early to predict.  
    Rookie Race: Overall, the eight drivers competing for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year have been impressive in 2013, led by Kyle Larson, Alex Bowman and Nelson Piquet Jr. Through 16 races, Larson has four top fives and 11 top 10s with a runner-up finish at Michigan. He holds a 57-point advantage over Bowman, who has one top five, three top 10s and one pole. Piquet, who is third in the rookie of the year race, has two top 10s. Larson, Bowman and Piquet are sixth, 11th and 13th, respectively, in the championship standings. 
    Dillon's Qualifying Prowess: In June, Austin Dillon became the first driver in series history to capture four consecutive poles when he broke his own track qualifying record with a speed of 191.882 mph. The following week he qualified 14th. However, he's currently working on a streak of two consecutive poles that he's looking to extend to three in New Hampshire. Unfortunately for Dillon, he's been unable to convert any of his six poles into victories.  
    Show Him The Money: Elliot Sadler Wins First Dash4Cash
    A third-place finish in last Friday's Daytona race earned Elliott Sadler an extra $100,000, and if everything unfolds over the next three weeks just as he would like, his $100,000 will turn into a cool $1 million.
    Sadler, Austin Dillon, Kyle Larson and Brian Vickers all competed for the first $100,000 bonus as part of Nationwide's Dash 4 Cash program with the highest-finishing among the four winning. Sadler's finish was two and three spots in front of Dillon and Larson. Vickers finished 13th.
    By winning the first leg, Sadler automatically qualifies for the program's second leg at New Hampshire. Dillon and Larson were among the top-four points-eligible finishers at Daytona, thus qualifying them for the second week in a row. Sam Hornish Jr., who finished seventh at Daytona, replaces Vickers.
    If Sadler is able to win the cash bonus again this weekend in the CNBC Prime the Profit 200 and then next week at Chicagoland, he would win an additional $600,000 provided by Nationwide if he were to win the Indianapolis race outright.
    NASCAR Nationwide Series Etc.
    Announced recently as one of 13 members of the NASCAR Next program, Ryan Preece will make his NASCAR national series debut at New Hampshire in the No. 8 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet. The Berlin, Conn. competitor counts three wins in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and five wins in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series during the past month. & For every lap (up to 10) he leads at New Hampshire, Parker sponsor, North American Power, will donate $1,000 to the Speedway Children's Charities with the money directed toward the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (N.H.). & Preece, Brett Butler and Chad Hackenbracht will all try to qualify for their first NNS starts. Seven other drivers - Alex Bowman, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Billy Johnson, Kligerman, Kyle Larson, Nelson Piquet Jr. and Dexter Stacey  will make their New Hampshire NNS debut.   

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