JAYSKI's Semi-Live QUALIFYING/GRID page
for the Subway 500
at Martinsville Speedway


    QUALIFYING is scheduled to START
    at approx 3:45pm/et
    on Friday, October 19, 2007

  • Oct 2006 Pole Sitter: #2-Kurt Busch, 97.568, finished 27th

  • Apr 2007 Pole Sitter: #11-Denny Hamlin, 95.103, finished 3rd

  • Track Qualifying Record: Tony Stewart, Oct 2005, 98.083mph


    THIS IS UNOFFICIAL


  • Gordon wins pole at Martinsville: #24-Jeff Gordon won the Budweiser Pole for the Subway 500 at Martinsville Speedway with a speed of 94.974mph for his 7th pole of 2007, the 63rd of his career and 6th career pole at Martinsville. #1-Truex, Jr. qualified second with the rest of the top-10: #29-Harvick, #48-Johnson, #9-Kahne, #5-Busch, #8-Earnhardt, Jr., #18-Yeley, #26-McMurray, and #96-Raines. The non-top 35 teams that made the race were: #49-Andretti, #00-Reutimann, #84-Allmendinger, #55-Waltrip, #10-Riggs, #44-Jarrett, and #4-Burton. #21-Bill Elliott had to use a past champions provisional to make the race, the 2nd of six, so he has four to use with four races to go in the season.(10-19-2007)

  • Five do not qualify [DNQ] for the Subway 500 at Martinsville Speedway: #06-Sam Hornish Jr. [4 team attempts/53rd in OWNERS pts]; #78-Joe Nemechek [31/43]; #83-Brian Vickers [31/39]; #36-Jeremy Mayfield [31/45]; #37-Kevin Lepage [28/49].(10-19-2007)

  • Martinsville Qualifying Fast Facts
    .. Jeff Gordon won the Bud Pole for the Subway 500 with a lap of 19.938 seconds, 94.974 mph.
    .. This is his 63rd Bud Pole in 505 career Nextel Cup races.
    .. This is his seventh Bud Pole and 19th top-10 start in 2007.
    .. This is Jeff Gordon’s sixth Bud Pole 21st top-10 start in 30 races at Martinsville Speedway.
    .. Martin Truex Jr. posted the second-fastest qualifying time with a lap of 19.988 seconds, 94.737 mph.
    .. This is Truex’s 13th top-10 start of 2007 and his first better than 15th in four Martinsville races. He tied his career-best start set at Chicago and second Loudon.
    .. Kevin Harvick (third) posted his 10th top-10 start this season and his fifth top-10 start in 13 Martinsville races. This is his first start better than fifth here.
    .. Jimmie Johnson (fourth) posted his series-leading 22nd top-10 start of 2007.
    .. Five of the 12 Chase drivers qualified in the top 10: Gordon, Truex, Harvick, Johnson, Kyle Busch (sixth)
    .. John Andretti (15th) was the fastest of the drivers required to make the field on time.
    .. David Reutimann (19th) was the fastest qualifying rookie.(NASCAR Statistics)(10-19-2007)

  • Martinsville Ramblings: Jeff Gordon was fastest in the abbreviated practice then backed it up when it counted later in the afternoon and took the Bud Pole at Martinsville Speedway today for Sunday's Subway 500 with a time of 19.938 (94.974 mph). This is the 7th top-spot of the season for Gordon and the 63rd of his Nextel Cup career.
    Martin Truex Jr (2nd) ties his career-best starting spot this weekend. He had the outside pole at Chicagoland in July and Loudon in September.
    Kevin Harvick (3rd) has his best starting spot since he had the outside pole at Phoenix last November.
    J. J. Yeley (8th) has his best starting spot since he had the pole at Michigan in June.
    Tony Raines (10th) has his best startings spot since he lined up 4th at Rockingham in November of 2003!
    Johnny Sauter (13th) has his best starting spot since he timed in 4th at New Hampshire in June.
    Aric Almirola (27th) has his career-best starting spot this weekend. His previous best was 31st at Las Vegas in March.
    Jeff Green (31st) has his best starting spot since he qualified 24th at the Brickyard in August.
    STREAKIN....Jimmie Johnson has 11 Top-10 starts in the last 12 races.
    48 cars on hand....five on the Trouble Train. Sam Hornish Jr, Joe Nemechek, Brian Vickers, Jeremy Mayfield, and Kevin Lepage get the early out this week.
    As worried as most of the "Chasers" were a couple weeks ago at 'Dega, this place can be just as troublesome. My perfect scenario for the Chase would be five plate races and five short tracks. We'd have 12 nervous drivers for a solid 10 weeks....but then, they probably wouldn't be much fun to be around, huh?(Stock Car Fans)(10-20-2007)

  • Coverage of Qualifying for the Subway 500 at Martinsville Speedway is scheduled for Friday, October 19, 2007 at 3:45pm/et.
    TV: ESPN2 - 3:30pm/et
    Radio: MRN Radio and Sirius Satellite NASCAR Radio
    Qualifying Re-Air: on ESPN2 at 7:00pm/et; 3:00am/et

  • Pole Progression: (who had the pole first, who got it next and who ended up with it)
    #78-Nemecheck, 1st out to qualify, 92.933mph, DNQ
    #01-Almirola, 2nd out, 93.817mph, starts 27th
    #42-Montoya, 3rd out, 93.826mph, starts 26th
    #5-Busch, 4th out, 94.562mph, starts 6th
    #1-Truex, Jr. 13th out, 94.737mph, starts 2nd
    #24-Gordon, 24th out, 94.974mph, starts 1st

  • How did the non Top-35 teams do in qualifying?
    Top four are in 8 in and 5 out [48 entered for 43 spots]:

    will make the race
    #49-John Andretti, 94.204mph
    #00-David Reutimann, 94.083mph
    #84-A.J. Allmendinger, 93.859mph
    #10-Scott Riggs, 93.715mph
    #55-Michael Waltrip, 93.817mph
    #44-Dale Jarrett, 93.627mph
    #4-Ward Burton, 93.414mph
    #21-Bill Elliott, 92.542mph - uses 2nd champ provisional of 2007
    will miss the race:
    #06-Sam Hornish Jr., 93.065mph
    #78-Joe Nemechek, 92.933mph
    #83-Brian Vickers, 92.601mph
    #36-Jeremy Mayfield, 91.744mph
    #37-Kevin Lepage, 91.152mph


  • Rookie of the Year Candidates: how fast were they and where do they start:
    #00-David Reutimann, 94.083, starts 19th
    #6-David Ragan, 94.083mph, starts 41st
    #15-Paul Menard, 93.451mph, starts 35th
    #42-Juan Montoya, 93.862mph, starts 26th
    #84-A.J. Allmendinger, 93.859mph, starts 25th
    DNR = Did not race
    DNQ = Did not qualify for race

  • Some Qualifying Notes:
    none

  • Practice Results:
    Practice Speeds Page

  • Fastest Qualifier by Manufacturer::
    Chevy: #24-Gordon, 94.974, starts 1st
    Dodge: #9-Kahne, 94.585, starts 5th
    Ford: #26-McMurray, 94.444, starts 9th
    Toyota: #22-Blaney, 94.115, starts 17th

  • How to Calculate Track Speeds: use the formula Speed = Distance divided by Time. Distance is Track Length, and Lap Time into Hours. Once hour is 3600 seconds, so the calculation for a 48 second lap at Daytona(2.5 miles) would be: Speed = 2.5 x (3600/48), = 2.5 x 75 = 187.500mph. For a 19 second lap at Bristol(.533 miles): Speed = .533 x (3600/19), = .533 x 189.474 = a speed of 100.990mph

  • How to break a tie during qualifying? (same speed/time) When drivers are tied for a starting spot during qualifying, it is broken by owners points standings(not drivers).

  • Qualifying Rules Page


    Starting Line Up by Row
    Martinsville Speedway
    SUBWAY 500
    Provided by NASCAR Statistics - Fri, October 19, 2007 @ 06:22 PM Eastern


    Start
    Pos
    Car# Driver Manu Qual
    Time
    Qual
    Speed
    1 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Chevy 19.938 94.974
    2 1 Martin Truex Jr. Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevy 19.988 94.737
    3 29 Kevin Harvick Shell/Pennzoil Chevy 19.999 94.685
    4 48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe's Chevy 20.013 94.619
    5 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge 20.020 94.585
    6 5 Kyle Busch Kellogg's/CARQUEST Chevy 20.025 94.562
    7 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Budweiser Chevy 20.026 94.557
    8 18 J.J. Yeley Interstate Batteries Chevy 20.039 94.496
    9 26 Jamie McMurray Crown Royal Ford 20.050 94.444
    10 96 Tony Raines DLP HDTV Chevy 20.066 94.369
    11 2 Kurt Busch Miller Lite Dodge 20.068 94.359
    12 12 Ryan Newman alltel Dodge 20.072 94.340
    13 70 Johnny Sauter HAAS CNC Machine Tools/Yellow Chevy 20.084 94.284
    14 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge 20.097 94.223
    15 49 John Andretti Paralyzed Veterans of America Dodge 20.101 94.204
    16 43 Bobby Labonte Goody's Headache Powder/Cheerios Dodge 20.113 94.148
    17 22 Dave Blaney Caterpillar Toyota 20.120 94.115
    18 31 Jeff Burton AT&T Mobility Chevy 20.126 94.087
    19 00 David Reutimann # Dominos.com Toyota 20.127 94.083
    20 99 Carl Edwards Office Depot Ford 20.130 94.069
    21 07 Clint Bowyer Jack Daniel's Chevy 20.138 94.031
    22 25 Casey Mears National Guard/GMAC Chevy 20.150 93.975
    23 88 Ricky Rudd Combos/Snickers Ford 20.150 93.975
    24 17 Matt Kenseth R&L Carriers/DeWalt Ford 20.170 93.882
    25 84 AJ Allmendinger # Red Bull Toyota 20.175 93.859
    26 42 Juan Pablo Montoya # Texaco/Havoline Dodge 20.182 93.826
    27 01 Aric Almirola U.S. Army Chevy 20.184 93.817
    28 41 Reed Sorenson Target Dodge 20.184 93.817
    29 55 Michael Waltrip NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 20.184 93.817
    30 11 Denny Hamlin FedEx Freight Chevy 20.185 93.812
    31 66 Jeff Green HAAS CNC Machine Tools/Best Buy 20.205 93.719
    32 10 Scott Riggs Valvoline/Stanley Tools Dodge 20.206 93.715
    33 44 Dale Jarrett UPS Toyota 20.225 93.627
    34 20 Tony Stewart The Home Depot Chevy 20.241 93.553
    35 15 Paul Menard # Menards/Pittsburgh Paints Chevy 20.263 93.451
    36 4 Ward Burton ITT Night Vision/State Water Heaters/Lucas 20.271 93.414
    37 16 Greg Biffle Dish Network Ford 20.284 93.354
    38 40 David Stremme Target House Dodge 20.364 92.988
    39 7 Robby Gordon MAC Tools Ford 20.390 92.869
    40 38 David Gilliland M&M's Ford 20.405 92.801
    41-OP 6 David Ragan # AAA Ford 20.446 92.615
    42-OP 45 Kyle Petty Marathon American Spirit Motor Oil Dodge 20.487 92.429
    43-PC 21 Bill Elliott Little Debbie Snack Cakes Ford 20.462 92.542
    DNQ 06 Sam Hornish Mobil 1 Dodge 20.347 93.065
    DNQ 78 Joe Nemechek Furniture Row Chevy 20.376 92.933
    DNQ 83 Brian Vickers Red Bull Toyota 20.449 92.601
    DNQ 36 Jeremy Mayfield 360 OTC Toyota 20.640 91.744
    DNQ 37 Kevin Lepage Dodge 20.774 91.152





    Qualifying is OVER

    QUALIFYING RESULTS by SPEED

    THIS IS UNOFFICIAL

    Qualifying after 48 of 48 drivers:

    Pos Sched
    Qual
    Pos
    Actual
    Qual
    Pos
    Car# Driver Manu Qual
    Speed
    Qual
    Time
    (secs)
    Last
    Prac
    Speed
    Prac
    Speed
    Rank
    Diff
    Qual vs
    Prac
    Owners
    Point
    Rank
    1 28 24 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy 94.974 19.938 94.718 1 0.256 1
    2 13 13 1 Martin Truex Jr Chevy 94.737 19.988 93.203 9 1.534 11
    3 23 30 29 Kevin Harvick Chevy 94.685 19.999 93.377 7 1.308 8
    4 30 32 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevy 94.618 20.013 93.097 10 1.521 2
    5 42 38 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge 94.585 20.020 91.815 41 2.770 21
    6 4 4 5 Kyle Busch Chevy 94.562 20.025 92.846 16 1.716 6
    7 44 40 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chevy 94.557 20.026 91.954 38 2.603 13
    8 26 44 18 J.J. Yeley Chevy 94.496 20.039 92.974 14 1.522 19
    9 25 28 26 Jamie McMurray Ford 94.444 20.050 92.281 28 2.163 20
    10 27 33 96 Tony Raines Chevy 94.369 20.066 93.943 3 0.426 26
    11 40 36 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 94.359 20.068 92.173 35 2.186 7
    12 41 37 12 Ryan Newman Dodge 94.340 20.072 92.330 27 2.010 16
    13 7 7 70 Johnny Sauter Chevy 94.284 20.084 92.674 20 1.610 33
    14 15 15 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge 94.223 20.097 93.024 13 1.199 27
    15 24 23 49 John Andretti Dodge 94.204 20.101 94.453 2 -0.249 47-IN
    16 17 17 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge 94.148 20.113 92.007 36 2.141 18
    17 33 29 22 Dave Blaney Toyota 94.115 20.120 92.231 32 1.884 34
    18 48 48 31 Jeff Burton Chevy 94.087 20.126 93.548 4 0.539 10
    19 12 12 00 David Reutimann Toyota 94.083 20.127 92.760 18 1.323 38-IN
    20 9 9 99 Carl Edwards Ford 94.069 20.130 92.272 30 1.797 5
    21 46 46 07 Clint Bowyer Chevy 94.031 20.138 92.574 23 1.457 3
    22 21 21 25 Casey Mears Chevy 93.975 20.150 92.249 31 1.726 15
    23 11 11 88 Ricky Rudd Ford 93.975 20.150 91.900 39 2.075 32
    24 20 20 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 93.882 20.170 91.700 43 2.182 12
    25 32 27 84 AJ Allmendinger Toyota 93.859 20.185 92.751 19 1.108 46-IN
    26 3 3 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Dodge 93.826 20.182 92.769 17 1.057 22
    27 2 2 01 Aric Almirola Chevy 93.817 20.184 92.646 21 1.171 14
    28 16 16 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge 93.817 80.184 91.998 37 1.819 24
    29 39 41 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota 93.817 20.184 90.094 46 3.723 41-IN
    30 14 14 11 Denny Hamlin Chevy 93.812 20.185 93.262 8 0.550 9
    31 35 45 66 Jeff Green Chevy 93.719 20.205 93.530 5 0.189 30
    32 8 8 10 Scott Riggs Dodge 93.715 20.206 92.493 24 1.222 37-IN
    33 18 18 44 Dale Jarrett Toyota 93.627 20.225 91.726 42 1.901 42-IN
    34 6 6 20 Tony Stewart Chevy 93.553 20.241 93.065 12 0.488 4
    35 37 35 15 Paul Menard Chevy 93.451 20.263 89.094 47 4.357 29
    36 47 47 4 Ward Burton Chevy 93.414 20.271 93.474 6 -0.060 44-IN
    37 5 5 16 Greg Biffle Ford 93.354 20.284 90.227 45 3.127 17
    38 29 25 06 Sam Hornish Dodge 93.065 20.347 92.272 29 0.793 53-DNQ
    39 34 31 40 David Stremme Dodge 92.988 20.364 92.610 22 0.378 25
    40 1 1 78 Joe Nemechek Chevy 92.933 20.376 92.204 34 0.729 43-DNQ
    41 31 26 7 Robby Gordon Ford 92.869 20.390 92.869 15 0.000 28
    42 22 22 38 David Gilliland Ford 92.801 20.405 93.084 11 -0.283 31
    43 19 19 6 David Ragan Ford 92.615 20.446 92.335 26 0.280 23
    44 36 34 83 Brian Vickers Toyota 92.601 20.449 92.213 33 0.388 39-DNQ
    45 43 39 21 Bill Elliott Ford 92.542 20.462 91.878 40 0.664 36-IN [PC]
    46 45 42 45 Kyle Petty Dodge 92.429 20.487 91.091 44 1.338 35
    47 38 43 36 Jeremy Mayfield Toyota 91.744 20.640 92.461 25 -0.717 45-DNQ
    48 10 10 37 Kevin Lepage Dodge 91.152 20.774 87.384 48 3.768 49-DNQ


    a GREEN 'IN' in a green box indicates that team/driver have made the race, NOT in the top 35

    a RED 'DNQ' in a pink box indicated that team/driver will miss the race, NOT in the top 35

    Last driver to make an attempt in BLUE

    a light blue box in the owners ponts pos means that team is NOT in the top 35 and must make the race by speed, the owners pts position is 2007 points position, a driver with an orange colored box is elgible for a past champ provisional


    Qualifying Order:

    Sched
    Qual
    Pos
    Car# Driver Manu Final
    Practice
    Speed
    Prac
    Speed
    Rank
    Owners
    Points
    Rank
    1 78 Joe Nemechek Chevy 92.204 34 43
    2 01 Aric Almirola Chevy 92.646 21 14
    3 42 Juan Pablo Montoya # Dodge 92.769 17 22
    4 5 Kyle Busch Chevy 92.846 16 6
    5 16 Greg Biffle Ford 90.227 45 17
    6 20 Tony Stewart Chevy 93.065 12 4
    7 70 Johnny Sauter Chevy 92.674 20 33
    8 10 Scott Riggs Dodge 92.493 24 37
    9 99 Carl Edwards Ford 92.272 30 5
    10 37 Kevin Lepage Dodge 87.384 48 49
    11 88 Ricky Rudd Ford 91.900 39 32
    12 00 David Reutimann # Toyota 92.760 18 38
    13 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevy 93.203 9 11
    14 11 Denny Hamlin Chevy 93.262 8 9
    15 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge 93.024 13 27
    16 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge 91.998 37 24
    17 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge 92.007 36 18
    18 44 Dale Jarrett Toyota 91.726 42 42
    19 6 David Ragan # Ford 92.335 26 23
    20 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 91.700 43 12
    21 25 Casey Mears Chevy 92.249 31 15
    22 38 David Gilliland Ford 93.084 11 31
    23 29 Kevin Harvick Chevy 93.377 7 8
    24 49 John Andretti Dodge 94.453 2 47
    25 26 Jamie McMurray Ford 92.281 28 20
    26 18 J.J. Yeley Chevy 92.974 14 19
    27 96 Tony Raines Chevy 93.943 3 26
    28 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy 94.718 1 1
    29 06 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 92.272 29 53
    30 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevy 93.097 10 2
    31 7 Robby Gordon Ford 92.869 15 28
    32 84 AJ Allmendinger # Toyota 92.751 19 46
    33 22 Dave Blaney Toyota 92.231 32 34
    34 40 David Stremme Dodge 92.610 22 25
    35 66 Jeff Green Chevy 93.530 5 30
    36 83 Brian Vickers Toyota 92.213 33 39
    37 15 Paul Menard # Chevy 89.094 47 29
    38 36 Jeremy Mayfield Toyota 92.461 25 45
    39 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota 90.094 46 41
    40 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 92.173 35 7
    41 12 Ryan Newman Dodge 92.330 27 16
    42 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge 91.815 41 21
    43 21 Bill Elliott Ford 91.878 40 36
    44 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevy 91.954 38 13
    45 45 Kyle Petty Dodge 91.091 44 35
    46 07 Clint Bowyer Chevy 92.574 23 3
    47 4 Ward Burton Chevy 93.474 6 44
    48 31 Jeff Burton Chevy 93.548 4 10


    Drivers in RED will be required to qualify on time/speed, not in top 35

    Drivers in MAROON will be required to qualify on time/speed, not in top 35
    BUT has a past champions provisional available if needed, only one is used, so if there are two or more past champs
    the driver who has won the championship most recently, gets the spot.


    • Some weather forecast links for the race area:
      Raceweather.net
      The Weather Channel

    • Race info at: Race Info Page

    • Event Entry List

    • Results: for results, links, owners/drivers points (after each race back thru the season)
      see my:
      2007 Nextel Cup Race Results
      2006 Nextel Cup Race Results
      2005 Nextel Cup Race Results
      2004 Nextel Cup Race Results

    • Determining Race Line-Ups - Top 35 Guarantee: At the start of the 2005 season, NASCAR instituted a new procedure for establishing the starting race field in the Nextel Cup Series [NNCS]. NASCAR revamped the system by simplifying the procedure with teams no longer accruing provisionals throughout the season to gain entry into the starting fields. While starting positions one through 42 in the NNCS still will be determined by qualifying speed, the new system will assure the highest-ranked 35 positions of the NNCS OWNER [not Driver] championship points that have entered the event prior to the entry deadline [usually 13 days before the day of the race] one of those starting positions in the field, providing they have made an attempt to qualify [which usually means the team at least practiced and made an effort to qualify].
      The remaining seven positions [36-42] will be assigned to those drivers with the fastest qualifying speeds whose car owners are not among the top 35. The final starting position [43rd] – the champion’s provisional – can be utilized by a car owner whose driver is a current or past Nextel Cup champion who participated as a driver during the current of previous season and was entered in the event for that owner in that car prior to the entry deadline.
      If there is more than one series champion vying for the position, it will be given to the most recent series champion. If the final provisional starting position – 43rd in the Nextel Cup – is not filled by a current or past series champion, it will be assigned to the next eligible car owner according to qualifying results.
      Through the first five races of the season for the Nextel Cup, the top 35 in the NNCS of the previous owner championship points entered in the event prior to the entry deadline will be assured one of the 42 starting positions in the field, provided they have made an attempt to qualify. From the sixth race on, the current owner championship points will be used to determine the top 35 each race week. In the event that conditions prevent qualifying from being run, starting positions will be assigned according to the respective series’ current Rule Book.(NASCAR PR)
      Simple: so the field is set by speed to where the 7th fastest non-top 35 driver is on speed. The any drivers in the top 35 of OWNERS [not drivers points] are placed to the 42nd spot. The 43rd spot is used for the most recent past Cup champion NOT already in the field from being in the top-35 in owners points or one of the seven no top-35. If their is not past champ for the 43rd spot, it goes to the next fastest [8th fastest driver]

    • What happens if qualifying gets rained out?

      After the 5th race of the season, the current season OWNERS points are used:
      #1) - First 35 by current Owner Points
      #2) - Last Years Cup Champ or the Event Champion if not already in the field
      #3) - Car Owners whose team has won in the previous and current season not already in the field
      #4) - Drivers who have won in the previous and current season not already in the field
      #5) - Past Nextel Cup Champions not in by 1 thru 4 [provisional not used/charged]
      #6) - Qualifying Attempts with Owners points as the tie breaker
      #7) - Qualifying Order Position
      (all above apply as long as the team was entered by the entry deadline - usually 7-13 days before the race)

    • Past Champions Limited To 6 Provisional Berths in Cup: NASCAR announced an update to the past champion’s provisional rule in the Nextel Cup Series for 2007. Beginning this season, a past champion’s provisional may be used by an eligible driver a maximum of six times over the course of the season. In addition, a team with a past champion eligible driver may only use this provisional a maximum of six times during a season. Previously, there was no limit on usage of the past champion’s provisional over the course of the 36-race season. The provisional gives the eligible driver the 43rd and final starting position in the race field. "As NASCAR seeks to place more emphasis on competition, we have decided the time is right to limit the number of provisionals allowed,” said NASCAR Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton. “We believe this revision brings the provisional policy in line with the continued growth of the sport.”(NASCAR PR)
      This is only for a team/driver OUTSIDE the top-35 in owners points, drivers whose team is in the top-35 in owners points, would already be guaranteed in the field and not need the Past Champions Provisional.(1-31-2007)
      See my 2007 Past Champions Provisional Page for more.(2-8-2007)


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