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Statistical Advance: Analyzing the Bank of America ROVAL 400

Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course in Charlotte, North Carolina, going into the Bank of America ROVAL 400 this Sunday, October 10 at 2 p.m. ET on NBC, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

NASCAR Cup Series Driver Playoff Outlook Following Talladega Superspeedway
Rank Driver Points Race Wins Stage Wins Playoff Pts Pts From Cutoff
1 Denny Hamlin (P) 3,116 2 10 30 In On Wins
2 Kyle Larson (P) 3,097 6 15 60 22
3 Joey Logano (P) 3,096 1 5 13 21
4 Brad Keselowski (P) 3,095 1 2 8 20
5 Martin Truex Jr. (P) 3,095 4 5 29 20
6 Ryan Blaney (P) 3,090 3 4 24 15
7 Chase Elliott (P) 3,084 2 3 21 9
8 Kyle Busch (P) 3,084 2 5 22 9
9 Kevin Harvick (P) 3,075 0 0 2 -9
10 Christopher Bell (P) 3,056 1 0 5 -28
11 William Byron (P) 3,040 1 3 14 -44
12 Alex Bowman (P) 3,032 3 0 15 -52
13 Kurt Busch 2,146 1 3 8 Eliminated from the Playoffs
14 Tyler Reddick 2,125 0 3 3
15 Aric Almirola 2,104 1 0 5
16 Michael McDowell 2,064 1 0 5

NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Race #6 Fast Facts: Charlotte Road Course

  • The Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course has hosted a total of four NASCAR Cup Series Playoff races, occupying two spots on the postseason schedule – from 2018-2019 Charlotte RC hosted the third race in the Playoffs and from 2020-2021 the sixth race.
  • The 2021 season marks just the second-time the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course has hosted the sixth race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs (2020-2021).
  • The Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course is the fourth different track to host the sixth race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs (2004-Present); joining Martinsville Speedway (2004-2010), Talladega Superspeedway (2011, 2013-2016) and Kansas Speedway (2012, 2017-2019).
  • From 2018-2019, the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course has hosted the third race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs – Ryan Blaney won the event in 2018 and Chase Elliott won in 2019.
  • A total of 10 different drivers have won the sixth race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, led by Jimmie Johnson with four victories – all at Martinsville Speedway (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008). Denny Hamlin leads all active drivers with three victories (2009, 2010, 2019) in the sixth race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.
NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs – Race No. 6 Winners
Track Race Winner Date
Charlotte RC Chase Elliott Sunday, October 11, 2020
Kansas Denny Hamlin Sunday, October 20, 2019
Kansas Chase Elliott Sunday, October 21, 2018
Kansas Martin Truex Jr Sunday, October 22, 2017
Talladega Joey Logano Sunday, October 23, 2016
Talladega Joey Logano Sunday, October 25, 2015
Talladega Brad Keselowski Sunday, October 19, 2014
Talladega Jamie McMurray Sunday, October 20, 2013
Kansas Matt Kenseth Sunday, October 21, 2012
Talladega Clint Bowyer Sunday, October 23, 2011
Martinsville Denny Hamlin Sunday, October 24, 2010
Martinsville Denny Hamlin Sunday, October 25, 2009
Martinsville Jimmie Johnson Sunday, October 19, 2008
Martinsville Jimmie Johnson Sunday, October 21, 2007
Martinsville Jimmie Johnson Sunday, October 22, 2006
Martinsville Jeff Gordon Sunday, October 23, 2005
Martinsville Jimmie Johnson Sunday, October 24, 2004
  • Five-times the winner of the sixth race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs has gone on to win the title later that season; once at Kansas Speedway, three-times at Martinsville Speedway and once at Charlotte RC:
    • In 2006, Jimmie Johnson won at Martinsville, then the sixth race in the Playoffs, and went on to win his first NASCAR Cup Series title later that season.
    • In 2007, Jimmie Johnson won at Martinsville, then the sixth race in the Playoffs, and went on to win his second consecutive NASCAR Cup Series title later that season.
    • In 2008, Jimmie Johnson won at Martinsville, then the sixth race in the Playoffs, and went on to win his third consecutive NASCAR Cup Series title later that season.
    • In 2017, Martin Truex Jr. won at Kansas, then the sixth race in the Playoffs, and went on to win his first NASCAR Cup Series title later that season.
    • In 2020, Chase Elliott won at the Charlotte Road Course, then the sixth race in the Playoffs, and went on to win his first NASCAR Cup Series title later that season. It was the first of his three wins during the 2021 postseason.
  • The worst finish by a driver in the sixth Playoff race that went on to win the series title was:
    • At Kansas Speedway (2012, 2017-2019) – Brad Keselowski in 2012 and Joey Logano in 2018 each finished eighth in the sixth race of the Playoffs at Kansas Speedway and then went on to win the title later those same seasons.
    • At Talladega Superspeedway (2011, 2013-2016) – Jimmie Johnson in 2016 finished 23rd in the sixth race of the Playoffs at Talladega Superspeedway and went on to win the title later that season.
    • At Martinsville Speedway (2004-2010) – Jimmie Johnson in 2010 and Kurt Busch in 2004 each finished fifth in the sixth race of the Playoffs at Martinsville Speedway and then went on to win the title later that same season.
  • When the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course hosted the third race in the Playoffs (2018-2019) the winner in 2019, Chase Elliott, finished the season 10th in the final championship standings and the 2018 ROVAL winner, Ryan Blaney, finished the season 10th in the final standings.
  • Three non-Playoff drivers have won the sixth race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs:
    • Jeff Gordon (2005) won the Playoff race at Martinsville Speedway he was ranked 15th in the series standings at the time of the win.
    • Clint Bowyer (2011) won the Playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway he was ranked 13th in the series standings at the time of the win.
    • Jamie McMurray (2013) won the Playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway he was ranked 14th in the series standings at the time of the win.

NASCAR Cup Series 2021 Top 12 in the Driver Standings at Charlotte RC

Rank Driver Races Poles Wins Top Fives Top 10s DNFs Average Finish Driver Rating
1 Denny Hamlin 3 0 0 0 0 0 15.3 69.4
2 Kyle Larson 2 0 0 0 0 0 19.0 110.1
3 Joey Logano 3 0 0 1 3 0 7.3 98.1
4 Brad Keselowski 3 0 0 1 1 1 18.0 95.5
5 Martin Truex Jr 3 0 0 0 2 0 9.3 103.0
6 Ryan Blaney 3 0 1 2 3 0 4.7 100.4
7 Chase Elliott 3 0 2 2 3 0 2.7 124.5
8 Kyle Busch 3 0 0 0 0 2 33.0 78.8
9 Kevin Harvick 3 0 0 1 2 0 7.7 102.3
10 Christopher Bell 1 0 0 0 0 0 24.0 85.0
11 William Byron 3 1 0 0 2 1 15.3 105.2
12 Alex Bowman 3 0 0 2 3 0 4.7 87.8

* – Based on three races at Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course (2005 – 2020).

At Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course:

TRACK DATA

Season Race #: 32 of 36 (10-10-21)
Playoff Race #: 6
Track Size: 3.67-kilometers / 2.28-miles
Track Type: Road Course
Number of Turns: 17
Elevation Change: 35 degrees
Race Length: 109 laps / 400 kilometers / 252.88 miles
Stage 1 and 2 Length: 25 laps (each)
Final Stage Length: 59 laps

QUALIFYING RECORDS

Track qualifying record:

Kurt Busch, Stewart-Haas Racing Ford

106.868 mph, 76.805 secs.

September 29, 2018

2020 pole winner:

Qualifying was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Metric Qualifying set the starting lineup.

Denny Hamlin started from the pole.

RACE RECORDS

Track race record:

Ryan Blaney, Team Penske Ford

82.125 mph, (03:01:34)

September 30, 2018

2020 race winner:

Chase Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

76.948 mph, (03:17:11)

October 11, 2020

2019 race winner:

Chase Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

75.499 mph, (03:20:58)

September 29, 2019

2018 race winner:

Ryan Blaney, Team Penske Ford

82.125 mph, (03:01:34)

September 30, 2018

HISTORY

  • Construction began on Charlotte Motor Speedway (CMS) in 1959.
  • The track’s first NASCAR Cup Series race was held on June 19, 1960 – won by Joe Lee Johnson in a Chevrolet.
  • In 1961, there were two 100-mile qualifying points races held the week before the May race.
  • The first six fall races at Charlotte were 400-mile events (1960-65).
  • The track was repaved midseason in 1994.
  • The track name changed from Charlotte Motor Speedway to Lowe’s Motor Speedway in 1999. It changed back to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the 2010 season.
  • The track was re-paved again before the 2006 season.
  • In 2017, the track underwent renovations to add what is now known as the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course (ROVAL) a 2.32-mile, 17-turn, multi-elevational road course.
  • The NASCAR Cup Series made its track debut at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course in 2018 and the event was won by Ryan Blaney (Ford).
  • There have been 126 NASCAR Cup Series points races at Charlotte Motor Speedway (includes road course figures), a minimum of two races per year since the track opened in 1960. A total of 123 races on the oval track and three races on the road course.

STARTS

  • A total of 57 different drivers competed in at least one NASCAR Cup Series points-paying race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
  • A total of 35 drivers have competed in more than once at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course in the NASCAR Cup Series
  • A total of 26 different drivers have made all three NASCAR Cup Series starts at the Charlotte RC and all 26 are tied for the series-most starts at the track.
  • No driver has made their first career start at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
  • Hendrick Motorsport’s driver Alex Bowman leads the series in average starting position at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course with a 3.333 in three starts.

Top 10 in Average Starting Position at the Charlotte Road Course

Rank All-Time Drivers Avg. Start Races
1 Alex Bowman 3.333 3
2 Kyle Larson 6.000 2
3 Clint Bowyer 7.667 3
4 Chase Elliott 8.333 3
5 Joey Logano 8.667 3
6 Martin Truex Jr 9.333 3
7 Kevin Harvick 9.667 3
8 Kurt Busch 11.333 3
9 William Byron 11.667 3
10 Brad Keselowski 13.000 3

POLES

  • A total of two different drivers have won the pole in the three NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
  • Kurt Busch won the pole for the inaugural Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course (2018) driving for Stewart-Haas Racing in a Ford; his third pole on a road course in the NASCAR Cup Series.
  • William Byron won the pole for the second Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course (2019) driving for Hendrick Motorsports in a Chevrolet, his first on a road course in the NASCAR Cup Series.
  • Last season’s starting lineup was determined by Metric Qualifying and as a result Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin started in the first position.
  • Youngest series pole winner at the Charlotte RC: William Byron (September 29, 2019 – 21 years, 9 months and 0 days).
  • Oldest series pole winner at the Charlotte RC: Kurt Busch (September 30, 2018 – 44 years, 1 month and 26 days).
  • Two manufacturers have won poles at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course – Ford won the 2018 pole with a speed of 106.868 mph, 76.805 seconds and Chevrolet won the 2019 pole with a speed of 103.198 mph, 80.932 seconds.

WINS

  • A total of two drivers have won the three NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
  • In 2018, Ryan Blaney won the inaugural Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course; his first win on a road course in the NASCAR Cup Series.
  • In 2019, Chase Elliott won the second Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course; his third of seven-career road course wins in the NASCAR Cup Series.
  • In 2020, Chase Elliott won the third Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course; his fifth of seven-career road course wins in the NASCAR Cup Series. He would go on to win the title that same season.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon leads the NASCAR Cup Series in overall road course wins with nine (Sonoma, five; Watkins Glen, four);
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Tony Stewart has the second-most road course wins all-time in the series with eight (Watkins Glen, five; Sonoma, three).

Top Three Road Course Winners in the NASCAR Cup Series and the Tracks They Won At

Road Course Winners Total RC Wins Sonoma Watkins Glen Daytona RC Charlotte RC COTA Road America
Jeff Gordon 9 5 4 0 0 0 0
Tony Stewart 8 3 5 0 0 0 0
Chase Elliott 7 0 2 1 2 1 1
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Bobby Allison holds the series record for the most wins at a single road course track with six victories at Riverside International Raceway.
  • Youngest race winner at the Charlotte RC: Chase Elliott (September 29, 2019 – 23 years, 10 months and 1 day).
  • Oldest race winner at the Charlotte RC: Chase Elliott (October 11, 2020 – 24 years, 10 months and 13 days).
  • Two manufacturers have won in the NASCAR Cup Series at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course – Ford in 2018 and Chevrolet in 2019 and 2020.
  • Ryan Blaney won the 2018 Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course race from the ninth starting position.
  • Chase Elliott won the 2019 Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course race from the 19th starting position.
  • Chase Elliott won the 2020 Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course race from the second starting position.

ADDITIONAL FINISHING POSITIONS

Runner-Up Finishes:

  • Three different drivers have finished runner-up in the three NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Road Course.
  • Jamie McMurray finished runner-up in the inaugural Playoff race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course in 2018, Alex Bowman finished second in the 2019 event and Joey Logano finished runner-up last season.

Top-Five Finishes:

  • A total of 10 different drivers have finished in the top-five in the three NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Road Course.
  • Five drivers have finished in the top-five in the NASCAR Cup Series at the Charlotte Road Course twice – Alex Bowman, Chase Elliott, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch and Ryan Blaney.

Top Five Finishers at the Charlotte RC (All-Time)

All-Time Drivers Top Fives
Alex Bowman 2
Chase Elliott 2
Clint Bowyer 2
Kurt Busch 2
Ryan Blaney 2
Brad Keselowski 1
Erik Jones 1
Jamie McMurray 1
Joey Logano 1
Kevin Harvick 1

Top-10 Finishes:

  • A total of 15 different drivers have finished in the top-10 in the three NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Road Course.
  • Five different drivers have finished inside the top-10 in the NASCAR Cup Series in all three previous races at the Charlotte RC – Alex Bowman, Chase Elliott, Clint Bowyer, Joey Logano and Ryan Blaney.

Top 10 Finishers at the Charlotte RC (All-Time)

All-Time Drivers Top 10s
Alex Bowman 3
Chase Elliott 3
Clint Bowyer 3
Joey Logano 3
Ryan Blaney 3
Jimmie Johnson 2
Kevin Harvick 2
Kurt Busch 2
Martin Truex Jr 2
William Byron 2
AJ Allmendinger 1
Brad Keselowski 1
Cole Custer 1
Erik Jones 1
Jamie McMurray 1

Average Finish:

  • Chase Elliott leads the series in average finishing position at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course with 2.667 in three starts.

Top 10 in Average Finishing Position at the Charlotte Road Course

Rank All-Time Drivers Avg Finish Races
1 Chase Elliott 2.667 3
2 Alex Bowman 4.667 3
3 Ryan Blaney 4.667 3
4 Clint Bowyer 5.667 3
5 Joey Logano 7.333 3
6 Kevin Harvick 7.667 3
7 Martin Truex Jr 9.333 3
8 Kurt Busch 9.667 3
9 Jimmie Johnson 10.000 3
10 Denny Hamlin 15.333 3

LAP LEADERS

  • A total of 20 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have led at least one lap at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
  • Chase Elliott leads the NASCAR Cup Series in laps led at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course with 62 laps led in three starts.

All-Time Lap Leaders at Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course 

Rank All-Time Drivers Races Led Completed % Led
1 Chase Elliott 3 62 327 19%
2 Kyle Larson 2 52 218 24%
3 William Byron 3 50 321 16%
4 Brad Keselowski 3 39 321 12%
5 Kevin Harvick 3 34 327 10%
6 Ryan Blaney 3 30 327 9%
7 Clint Bowyer 3 11 327 3%
8 Ryan Preece 2 8 218 4%
9 Kurt Busch 3 7 327 2%
10 Christopher Bell 1 6 109 6%
11 Martin Truex Jr 3 6 327 2%
12 Ty Dillon 3 5 327 2%
13 Joey Logano 3 4 327 1%
14 Kyle Busch 3 3 311 1%
15 Alex Bowman 3 2 327 1%
16 Daniel Hemric 2 2 218 1%
17 Paul Menard 2 2 212 1%
18 Ricky Stenhouse Jr 3 2 318 1%
19 Erik Jones 3 1 240 0%
20 Jamie McMurray 1 1 109 1%
  • The most laps led by the race winner in a single NASCAR Cup Series race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course was 35 laps led by Chase Elliott on Sept. 29, 2019.
  • The fewest laps led by the race winner in a single NASCAR Cup Series race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course was 16 laps led by Ryan Blaney on Sept. 30, 2018.
  • The most laps led in a single NASCAR Cup Series race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course by a driver that did not win the race was 47 laps led by Kyle Larson in the 2018 event – he ultimately finished 25th in the race.

TRACK / EVENT STATS

  • The all-time margins of victory in the NASCAR Cup Series at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course:
Margin of Victory (secs.) Winner Runner-Up Date
0.792 Ryan Blaney Jamie McMurray Sunday, September 30, 2018
3.024 Chase Elliott Alex Bowman Sunday, September 29, 2019
3.895 Chase Elliott Joey Logano Monday, October 11, 2021

 

Previous Series Races at the Charlotte Road Course

Categories Last Race Most/Largest Fewest/Smallest
Cars: 38 40 – 2 Times (10/10/2021) 38 (10/11/2020)
Lead Changes: 17 17 (10/11/2020) 10 (09/30/2018)
Leaders: 11 11 (10/11/2020) 8 (09/30/2018)
Cautions: 9 10 (09/29/2019) 8 (09/30/2018)
Caution Laps: 16 23 (09/29/2019) 16 – 2 Times (10/11/2020)
Lead Lap Finish: 32 33 (09/29/2019) 26 (09/30/2018)
Running at Finish: 36 36 (10/11/2020) 30 (09/30/2018)
  • None of the NASCAR Cup Series races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course have resulted in NASCAR Overtime.
  • Twice qualifying for the NASCAR Cup Series has been cancelled at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course due to the pandemic – 2020 and 2021.

NASCAR IN NORTH CAROLINA

  • There have been 755 NASCAR national series points-paying races held in the state of North Carolina among 32 different tracks.
  • The very first NASCAR Cup Series race all-time was held in the state of North Carolina was at Charlotte Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 19, 1949. The track is a 0.75-mile dirt oval, and the race was won by Jim Roper in a Lincoln.
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway and Rockingham Speedway have both hosted more than 100 NASCAR national series events.

NASCAR TRACKS IN NORTH CAROLINA

Track Name City Cup Xfinity Truck Combined First Year
Charlotte Motor Speedway Concord 123 76 19 218 1960
Rockingham Speedway Rockingham 78 42 2 122 2004
North Wilkesboro Speedway North 93 4 2 99 1949
Hickory Speedway Hickory 35 42 0 77 1971
Asheville-Weaverville Speedway Weaverville 34 0 0 34 1951
Occoneechee Speedway Hillsboro 32 0 0 32 1949
Bowman Gray Stadium Winston-Salem 29 0 0 29 1958
Orange County Speedway Rougemont 0 27 0 27 1983
Southern States Fairgrounds Charlotte 17 0 0 17 1954
Charlotte Speedway Charlotte 12 0 0 12 1949
Concord Speedway Concord 12 0 0 12 1959
Wilson Speedway Wilson 12 0 0 12 1954
New Asheville Speedway Asheville 8 0 0 8 1962
Dog Track Speedway Moyock 7 0 0 7 1962
Raleigh Speedway Raleigh 7 0 0 7 1953
Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course Concord 3 3 0 6 2018
Cleveland County Fairgrounds Shelby 6 0 0 6 1956
Champion Speedway Fayetteville 4 0 0 4 1958
Caraway Speedway Asheboro 0 3 0 3 1982
Greensboro Agriculture Fairgrounds Greensboro 3 0 0 3 1957
North Carolina State Fairgrounds Raleigh 3 0 0 3 1955
Tar Heel Speedway Randleman 3 0 0 3 1963
Forsyth County Fairgrounds Winston-Salem 2 0 0 2 1955
Harris Speedway Harris 2 0 0 2 1964
Jacksonville Speedway Jacksonville 2 0 0 2 1957
Tri-City Speedway High Point 2 0 0 2 1953
Asheville Speedway Asheville 0 1 0 1 1982
Gastonia Fairgrounds Gastonia 1 0 0 1 1958
Harnett Speedway Spring Lake 1 0 0 1 1953
McCormick Field Asheville 1 0 0 1 1958
Salisbury Super Speedway Salisbury 1 0 0 1 1958
Star Lite Speedway Monroe 1 0 0 1 1966
Totals 534 198 23 755
  • A total of 466 drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as North Carolina.
  • A total of 54 of the 466 drivers from North Carolina have won a NASCAR national series race.
  • NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty leads all North Carolinian drivers in wins in NASCAR with 200.

NORTH CAROLINA RACE WINNERS IN NASCAR

North Carolina Race Winners Cup Xfinity Truck Combined
1 Richard Petty 200 0 0 200
2 Dale Earnhardt 76 21 0 97
3 Lee Petty 54 0 0 54
4 Ned Jarrett 50 0 0 50
5 Junior Johnson 50 0 0 50
6 Herb Thomas 48 0 0 48
7 Buck Baker 46 0 0 46
8 Bobby Isaac 37 0 0 37
9 Dale Jarrett 32 11 0 43
10 Rex White 28 0 0 28
11 Dale Earnhardt Jr 26 24 0 50
12 Jim Paschal 25 0 0 25
13 Benny Parsons 21 0 0 21
14 Speedy Thompson 20 0 0 20
15 Buddy Baker 19 0 0 19
16 Harry Gant 18 21 0 39
17 Bob Welborn 9 0 0 9
18 Kyle Petty 8 0 0 8
19 Ryan Blaney 7 7 4 18
20 Morgan Shepherd 4 15 0 19
21 Bill Blair 3 0 0 3
22 Austin Dillon 3 9 7 19
23 Gwyn Staley 3 0 0 3
24 Brian Vickers 3 3 0 6
25 William Byron 2 4 7 13
26 Billy Myers 2 0 0 2
27 Jimmy Pardue 2 0 0 2
28 Richard Brickhouse 1 0 0 1
29 Phil Parsons 1 2 0 3
30 Leon Sales 1 0 0 1
31 Buddy Shuman 1 0 0 1
32 Donald Thomas 1 0 0 1
33 Jack Ingram 0 31 0 31
34 Tommy Houston 0 24 0 24
35 Sam Ard 0 22 0 22
36 Austin Cindric 0 13 1 14
37 Robert Pressley 0 10 2 12
38 Harrison Burton 0 4 0 4
39 Scott Riggs 0 4 5 9
40 Ty Gibbs 0 3 0 3
41 Hank Parker Jr 0 2 0 2
42 Johnny Rumley 0 2 0 2
43 Dennis Setzer 0 2 18 20
44 Ronnie Silver 0 2 0 2
45 Ed Berrier 0 1 0 1
46 Ty Dillon 0 1 3 4
47 Justin Labonte 0 1 0 1
48 Stephen Leicht 0 1 0 1
49 John H. Nemechek 0 1 11 12
50 John Settlemyre 0 1 0 1
51 Myatt Snider 0 1 0 1
52 Timothy Peters 0 0 11 11
53 Andy Houston 0 0 3 3
54 Todd Gilliland 0 0 2 2
55 Tate Fogleman 0 0 1 1
56 Ricky Hendrick 0 0 1 1
57 Shane Hmiel 0 0 1 1
Totals 801 243 77 1121

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