Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 153.485 mph
Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 137.680 mph
Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 140.762 mph
Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 136.054 mph
Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 145.882 mph.
Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 115.117 mph
Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 117.379 mph
Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 137.182 mph
Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 118.782 mph
Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 115.037 mph
Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 134.554 mph
Bill Elliott, Dodge, 125.033 mph
Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 130.79 mph
Bobby Labonte, Pontiac, 155.912 mph
Dale Jarrett, Ford, 148.194 mph
Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 126.772 mph
Ricky Rudd, Ford, 130.814 mph
Dale Jarrett, Ford, (139.508 mph
Dale Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 155.206 mph
Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 131.977 mph
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New Hampshire Motor Speedway -- Loudon, New Hampshire
Finish line order:
Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson, Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman
Time of Race:
2 hrs., 58 mins., 3 secs.
Margin of victory:
7 for 35 laps
Ky. Busch 1-62, Hamlin 63-73, Keselowski 74-78, Larson 79, Ku.
Ky. Busch 1-62, Hamlin 63-73, Keselowski 74-78, Larson 79, Ku.
Busch 80, Hamlin 81-89, Keselowski 90-113, Larson 114-126,
Kenseth 127-138, Keselowski 139-154, Logano 155-157, Bowyer
158-176, Keselowski 177-180, Bowyer 181, Keselowski 182-213,
Bowyer 214-229, Keselowski 230-250, J. Gordon 251-269, Keselowski
#1 Jamie McMurray
(Joplin, MO) Chevrolet/Cessna
#2 Brad Keselowski
(Rochester Hills, MI) Ford/Miller Lite
#3. Austin Dillon
(Welcome, NC) Chevrolet/Dow/Mycogen Seeds
#4. Kevin Harvick
(Bakersfield, CA) Chevrolet/Jimmy John's
#5 Kasey Kahne
(Enumclaw, WA) Chevrolet/Time Warner Cable
#7 Michael Annett
(Des Moines, IA) Chevrolet/Pilot Flying J
#9 Marcos Ambrose
(Launceston, Australia) Ford/Stanley
#10 Danica Patrick
(Roscoe, IL) Chevrolet/GoDaddy
#11 Denny Hamlin
(Chesterfield, VA) Toyota/FedEx Express
#12 Juan Pablo Montoya
(Bogota, Colombia) Ford/Penske Truck Rental
#13 Casey Mears
(Bakersfield, CA) Ford/GEICO
#14 Tony Stewart
(Columbus, IN) Chevrolet/Mobil 1/Bass Pro Shops
#15 Clint Bowyer
(Emporia, KS) Toyota/RK Motors Charlotte
#16 Greg Biffle
(Vancouver, WA) Ford/3M Safety
#17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
(Olive Branch, MS) Ford/Eco Power Oil
#18 Kyle Busch
(Las Vegas, NV) Toyota/Snickers
#20 Matt Kenseth
(Cambridge, WI) Toyota/Dollar General
#21 Trevor Bayne
(Knoxville, TN) Ford/Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire
#22 Joey Logano
(Middletown, CT) Ford/Shell/Pennzoil
#23 Alex Bowman
(Tucson, AZ) Toyota/Dr. Pepper
#24 Jeff Gordon
(Vallejo, CA) Chevrolet/Axalta
#26 Cole Whitt
(Alpine, CA) Toyota/Speed Stick Gear
#27 Paul Menard
(Eau Claire, WI) Chevrolet/Menards/Moen
#20 Matt Crafton
(Tulare, CA) Toyota/Toyota Care
#31 * Ryan Newman
(South Bend, IN) Chevrolet/Quicken Loans
#32 Travis Kvapil
(Janesville, WI) Ford/Keen Parts/Androzene
#33 David Stremme
(South Bend, IN) Chevrolet/Thunder Coal
#34 David Ragan
(Unadilla, GA) Ford/MDS
#36 Reed Sorenson
(Peachtree City, GA) Chevrolet/TBA
#37 Bobby Labonte
(Corpus Christi, TX) Chevrolet/Accell Construction
#38 David Gilliland
(Riverside, CA) Ford/Love's Travel Stops
#40 Landon Cassill
(Fairfax, IA) Chevrolet/carsforsale.com
#41 Kurt Busch
(Las Vegas, NV) Chevrolet/Haas Automation
#42 Kyle Larson
(Elk Grove, CA) Chevrolet/Target
#43 Aric Almirola
(Tampa, FL) Ford/Eckrich
#47 A.J. Allmendinger
(Los Gatos, CA) Chevrolet/Kingsford Charcoal
#48 Jimmie Johnson
(El Cajon, CA) Chevrolet/Lowe's/Kobalt Tools
#51 Justin Allgaier
(Riverton, IL) Chevrolet/TBA
#55 Brian Vickers
(Thomasville, NC) Toyota/Aaron's Dream Machine
#66 Brett Moffitt
(Grimes, IA) Toyota/Land Castle Title
#78 Martin Truex Jr.
(Mayetta, NJ) Chevrolet/Furniture Row
#83 Ryan Truex
(Mayetta, NJ) Toyota/Burger King
#88 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
(Kannapolis, NC) Chevrolet/National Guard
#95 Michael McDowell
(Glendale, AZ) Ford/K-Love Radio
#98 Josh Wise
(Riverside, CA) Chevrolet/Curb Record/Lee Brice
#99 Carl Edwards
(Columbia, MO) Ford/Fastenal
The Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard
Powered by BigMachineRecords.com at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the 20th
race on the 2014 Sprint Cup Series schedule.
Opening in 1909, Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a 2.5-mile "rectangular" oval,
and it is the largest and highest-capacity sporting facility in history. The
track has 9 degrees of banking in all of its turns and no banking on the
straightaways. The lengths of the turns are 1/4-mile in length, while the
straightaways are 5/8-mile long.
IMS was once paved with 3.2 million bricks, earning the nickname "The
Brickyard." A 36-inch "Yard of Bricks" remains at the start/finish line. They
are the only visible bricks left at this historic racetrack.
The Indianapolis 500 traditionally has run on Memorial Day weekend since 1911,
except war years (1917-18 and 1942-45). It is the oldest automobile race in
the United States. Ryan Hunter-Reay won the 98th running of the Indy 500 two
There have been 20 races in NASCAR's premier series held at Indianapolis. The
series has competed there once each year since 1994. Jeff Gordon won the
inaugural Brickyard 400 on Aug. 6 of that year.
Four drivers have competed in all 20 races at Indianapolis: Jeff Burton,
Gordon, Bobby Labonte and Mark Martin. Gordon and Labonte are entered in this
year's event. Burton and Martin are not.
Hendrick Motorsports teammates Jimmie Johnson and Gordon lead all drivers with
four victories each at Indianapolis. Gordon's wins there occurred in 1994,
'98, 2001 and '04. Johnson's victories at this track happened in 2006, '08,
'09 and '12.
Rick Hendrick has the most car owner wins at Indianapolis with eight. Richard
Childress and Joe Gibbs are second on the list with three victories each.
Gordon leads all drivers with three poles at Indianapolis.
The race winner at Indianapolis has started from the pole three times: Kevin
Harvick (2003), Johnson (2008) and Ryan Newman (2013).
Newman competed at Indianapolis 12 times before winning there for the first
time last year, the longest span among the seven active Sprint Cup winners at
The furthest back a driver has started and won a Cup race at Indianapolis is
27th, accomplished by Gordon in 2001.
Chevrolet has won the last 11 Sprint Cup races Indianapolis. Bill Elliott was
the last non-Chevrolet driver to win the Brickyard 400. Elliott took the
checkered flag for this race in 2002 when he drove a Dodge for Evernham
The closest margin of victory in a Cup race at Indianapolis occurred on Aug.
3, 1997 when Ricky Rudd beat Bobby Labonte to the finish line by just 0.183
Paul Menard is the only driver who scored his first career Sprint Cup victory
at Indianapolis (2011).
Reed Sorenson is the only driver who recorded his maiden pole in the series at
this track (2007).
Danica Patrick became the first female driver to compete in a Sprint Cup race
at Indianapolis in 2013. Patrick started 33rd and finished 30th. Shawna
Robinson (Aug. 5, 2001) is the only other female driver to attempt to compete
in a Cup race at Indianapolis, but she failed to qualify for the event.
Gordon is the youngest driver to win a Cup race at Indianapolis. His victory
there in '94 came when two days after he turned 23 years old. When Elliott was
46 years, 9 months and 27 days old, he became the oldest driver to win the
Brickyard 400 on Aug. 4, 2002.
The next race is the Aug. 3 GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono Raceway. Kasey Kahne
won last year's event there.