For Owners Points, see my 2010 Sprint Cup OWNERS Points Standings page
Johnson wins at New Hampshire: #48-Jimmie Johnson won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for his 3rd win at the track, 5th win of the season and 52nd of his career. It is the eighth time in Johnson's career that he has won races back-to-back. #14-Stewart finished 2nd followed by #2-Busch, #24-Gordon, #29-Harvick, #39-Newman, #33-Bowyer, #88-Earnhardt Jr., #20-Logano and #43-Allmendinger. Pole sitter #42-Montoya got together with #33-Boyer late in the race and damaged the splitter while running in the top-5. Montoya fell back, then got together with #83-Sorenson and ended up in the wall, finishing 34th. #9-Kahne, who started 2nd and was running up front most of the day, had a motor expire on lap 236, finishing 36th. Points leader #29-Harvick saw his points lead decrease to 105 [from 140] with Johnson back in 2nd.
There were 14 lead changes among 9 drivers and 4 cautions for 19 yellow flag laps. The attendence was reported at 91,000, down from 101,000 last June.
See race results, awards, laps led and more on Jayski's New Hampshire Race Results/Awards page.(6-27-2010)
Race Fast Facts - New Hampshire:
Jimmie Johnson won the LENOX Industrial Tools 301, his 52nd victory in 308 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
This is his fifth victory and 11th top-10 finish in 2010.
This is his third victory and 12th top-10 finish in 17 races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Tony Stewart (second) posted his 14th top-10 finish in 23 races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his eighth top-10 finish in 2010.
Kurt Busch (third) posted his 10th top-10 finish in 19 races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Kevin Conway (32nd) was the highest finishing rookie.
Kevin Harvick leads the point standings by 105 points over Jimmie Johnson.(NASCAR Statistics)(6-27-2010)
2010 Sprint Cup Driver Championship Points Standings:
[after New Hampshire, race 17 of 36]:
rank, car#, driver, points, behind
1) #29-Kevin Harvick [1 win], 2489
2) #48-Jimmie Johnson [5 wins], 2384, -105
3) #18-Kyle Busch [2 wins], 2328, -161
4) #11-Denny Hamlin [5 wins], 2304, -185
5) #24-Jeff Gordon, 2302, -187
6) #2-Kurt Busch [2 wins], 2288, -201
7) #17-Matt Kenseth, 2204, -285
8) #31-Jeff Burton, 2159, -330
9) #14-Tony Stewart, 2158, -331
10) #16-Greg Biffle, 2126, -363
11) #5-Mark Martin, 2047, -442, +30
12) #99-Carl Edwards, 2020, -469, +3 ahead of 13th
Chase for the Sprint Cup - Contenders:
13) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr, 2017, 3 points out of the chase
14) #39-Ryan Newman [1 win], 2005, -15
15) #33-Clint Bowyer, 2004, -16
16) #20-Joey Logano, 1921, -99
2009 Chase Drivers not in top 16
20) #9-Kasey Kahne, 1846, -174
22) #42-Juan Pablo Montoya, 1837, -183
35) #83-Brian Vickers, 1158 [out season with illness]
See drivers championship points standings on Jayski's Drivers Points Standings page.(6-27-2010)
Top-35 in Owner Points and guaranteed a starting spot at Daytona:
No one moved in to or out of the top-35, but the #26 is closer to 35th and the #71 has dropped to 35th, only 56 points ahead of the #26.
32) #7-Gordon/RGM: 1303, +104
33) #34-Conway/Front Row: 1258, +59
34) #37-Kvapil/Front Row: 1258, +59
35) #71-Lally/TRG: 1255, 56 points ahead of 36th
these teams/ drivers must qualify by speed:
36) #26-Stremme/Latitude43: 1199, 56 points out of the top 35
37) #38-Gilliland/Front Row: 1132, -123
The teams are NOT locked in past the next race as the owners points change after each race.
For the owner points standings, see my Owners Points Standings page.(6-27-2010)
NOTE: DRIVERS points and OWNERS points are NOT the same, teams who fail to make the race still get points, while drivers who miss the race get no points
NOTE 2 MONEY: why do some drivers listed with out any starts have money won and some do not? Some of the drivers competed in the Gatorade Duels and/or the Sprint Open non-points races and were awarded winnings for those races.
NOTES 3: these points standings are directly from NASCAR Statistics, the unofficial are posted after the race and the official are posted when released, usually sometime Monday afternoon. If they differ from NASCAR.com, take it up with NASCAR.com, I do NOT run that site and have no idea why they would differ, usually with the way penalties are handled, Folks with questions can email NASCAR or NASCAR.com, see my Racing FAQ page this info. Most questions come from folks in Fantasy Leagues, I don't not participate or follow these, ask the person running it how they handles penalties, they should have a rule for such a thing, I do not mediate such things or draft drivers for anyone.
OFFICIAL DRIVERS POINTS
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES DRIVER LEADERS
Race #17: LENOX INDUSTRIAL TOOLS "301" Race Date: 6/27/2010
|Rank||Driver||Points||Starts||Wins||Top 5||Top 10||Money Won|
|13||DALE EARNHARDT JR.||2017||17||0||1||5||2,763,603|
|18||MARTIN TRUEX JR.||1872||17||0||1||4||2,103,214|
|21||A J ALLMENDINGER||1845||17||0||0||3||2,319,267|
|22||JUAN PABLO MONTOYA||1837||17||0||4||8||2,538,646|
|29||SAM HORNISH JR.||1499||17||0||0||0||1,734,874|
|46||J J YELEY||385||7||0||0||0||538,929|
|51||ROBERT RICHARDSON JR.||155||2||0||0||0||417,637|
|61||P J JONES||40||1||0||0||0||71,025|
UNOFFICIAL POINTS that were posted the day of the race
OFFICIAL POINTS WILL be posted sometime the afternoon the next business day, ABOVE
Source: NASCAR Statistics
Drivers Points Report
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
LENOX Industrial Tools 301
UNOFFICIAL Provided by NASCAR Statistics
Sunday, 6/27/2010 @ 4:50 PM Eastern
|Chase||Starts||Poles||Wins||Top 5s||Top 10||DNFs||Money Won||Prev
|13||Dale Earnhardt Jr.||20||2017||-472||-3||-3||17||1||0||1||5||0||$2,763,603||13|
|18||Martin Truex Jr.||25||1872||-617||-27||-148||17||1||0||1||4||2||$2,103,214||19|
|21||A J Allmendinger||15||1845||-644||-1||-175||17||1||0||0||3||2||$2,318,719||22|
|22||Juan Pablo Montoya||40||1837||-652||-8||-183||17||1||0||4||8||5||$2,538,098||20|
|29||Sam Hornish Jr.||15||1499||-990||-49||-521||17||0||0||0||0||1||$1,734,874||29|
|36||Kevin Conway #||0||1048||-1441||-110||-972||16||0||0||0||0||2||$1,471,622||36|
|46||J J Yeley||0||385||-2104||-14||-1635||7||0||0||0||0||5||$538,929||46|
|61||P J Jones||0||40||-2449||0||-1980||1||0||0||0||0||1||$71,025||60|
from NASCAR PR used with permission
The Points Penalties for the 2010 season
#13-Max Papis and team owner 50 pts [Texas 4-18-2010]
#47-Marcos Ambrose and team owner 50 points [Texas 4-18-2010]
#7-Robby Gordon and team owner 25 points [Darlington 5-8-2010]
#55-Michael McDowell and team owner 25 points [Darlington 5-8-2010]
#38-Travis Kvapil and team owner 150 points [Pocono 6-6-2010]
#38 fined for Pocono infractions: NASCAR has issued penalties, suspensions and fines to the #38 team in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, as a result of rules infractions committed during last Sunday’s event at Pocono Raceway. The team was found to be in violation of Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing); 12-4-J (any determination by NASCAR officials that the race equipment used in the event does not conform to NASCAR rules); and 20-10.7J (unapproved modification to valve stem hardware) of the 2010 NASCAR Rule Book. As a result, crew chief Steve Lane has been fined $100,000, suspended for the next 12 NASCAR Sprint Cup events, suspended from NASCAR until Sept. 15 and placed on probation until Dec. 31. Car chief Richard Bourgeois and tire specialist Michael Harrold have also been suspended from the next 12 NASCAR Sprint Cup events, suspended from NASCAR until Sept. 15 and placed on probation until Dec. 31. Driver Travis Kvapil and owner Doug Yates have been penalized with the loss of 150 driver and 150 owner points, respectively.(NASCAR)(6-9-2010)
#7 & #55 team fined: NASCAR has issued penalties to the #7 and #55 teams that compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as a result of rules violations last week at Darlington Raceway. The #7 car was found to be in violation of Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing); 12-4-J (any determination by NASCAR officials that the race equipment used in the event does not conform to NASCAR required specifications); and 20-18A (unapproved additional door braces) of the 2010 NASCAR rule book. The infraction was discovered during opening day inspection on May 7. Crew chief Samuel Stanley has been fined $25,000 and placed on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31. Robby Gordon, both driver and owner of the #7 car, has been penalized with the loss of 25 championship driver and 25 championship owner points.
The #55 car was found to be in violation of Sections 12-1; 12-4-J; and 20-10.6B (unapproved final drive gear; incorrect tooth count). The violation was discovered during post-qualifying inspection on May 7. Crew chief Zachary McGowan has been fined $25,000 and placed on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31. Driver Michael McDowell and owner Randy Humphrey have been penalized with the loss of 25 championship driver and 25 championship owner points, respectively.(NASCAR)(5-12-2010)
NASCAR has issued penalties to the #13, #47, #00 and #56 teams that compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as a result of rule violations committed at Texas Motor Speedway last week. Robert “Bootie” Barker, crew chief of the #13 team, and Frank Kerr, crew chief of the #47 team, have each been fined $75,000 and placed on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31 for violating Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing); 20-2.3A (unapproved added weight); 20-7 (all engine cooling system components must be approved by NASCAR prior to being used in competition); and 20-7.3A (radiator mount; failure to submit components) of the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rule book.
Car owners Robert Germain (#13) and Tad Geschickter (#47) have each been penalized with the loss of 50 championship owner points for violating Sections 12-1 and 20-2.3A. Drivers Max Papis (#13) and Marcos Ambrose (#47) have each been penalized with the loss of 50 championship driver points for violating Sections 12-1 and 20-2.3A.
Rodney Childers, crew chief of the #00 team, and Pat Tryson, crew chief of the #56 team, have each been fined $25,000 and placed on probation until Dec. 31 for violating Sections 12-1; 20-7; and 20-7.3A. All of these violations occurred during post-qualifying inspection on April 16.(NASCAR)(4-21-2010)
MWR Statement: Executive Vice President of Michael Waltrip Racing Cal Wells: “NASCAR indicated we were running a part, a radiator pan, which had not been officially submitted for approval. We accept NASCAR’s ruling and will not appeal because we cannot debate whether the part was submitted, only whether or not the part needed submission. This gives us a clear line of sight on how parts need to be submitted for approval. We will work diligently with NASCAR in the future on all new parts to ensure this does not happen to MWR again.”(MWR)(4-21-2010)
For records, some rules and more, see my Main Penalties News page
Official Results / Points - PDF file
PDF File - Unofficial Drivers Points
2010 Sprint Cup Owners Points Standings
Race Info/Rundown Page
NASCAR Sprint Cup Results/Lineup
2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Schedule
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