The Intimidator Walks Away: A Time Line exploring what if Dale Earnhardt Sr. Wasn’t Lost in The 2001 Daytona 500.

Busch Series Alltel 200 @ Rockingham, NC

The all Ford front row of Greg Biffle and Ryan Newman led the field to the green and it was Biffle who got the hole shot lead as they headed into turn one. Todd Bodine and Jeff Green managed to shuffle Newman back to 4th before the end of the first lap. Newman’s early struggles continued when on lap 3 he spun bringing out the first caution of the day. Simultaneously, the 55 of Mark Green was smoking heavily. Todd Bodine was able to win the race back to the the flag. Green’s crew raised up the hood and sent him back out there. The green came back out on lap 6 but would fly again after 2 laps. This time contact with Jay Sauter caused Marty Houston to break lose. Houston than over corrected the car and got into the wall. Trying to avoid the mayhem, Jeff Green also made contact with the outside wall. After 6 laps of yellow it was Todd Bodine who brought the field back to green.

The yellow would return on lap 21 as PJ Jones made hard contact with the wall in his Yellow Freight sponsored machine.

Mark Green, who had managed to lose 2 laps was able to outrace Todd Bodine back the stripe, getting one of his laps back. Meanwhile, Jones brought his car to the pits while it road was closed to get the damage serviced this drawing a penalty. Jeff Green pitted from the sixth position to service his damage too. Bill Hoff used the yellow as a chance to pull behind the garage and retire for the day, joining Marty Houston as those who expired early. Before the green would come Jason Rudd would also retire on lap 26 officially.

On that lap 26 restart, Bodine and Biffle dove into turn one ahead of the lap back Mark Green. They were followed by Bobby Hamilton Jr., Kenny Wallace, and Scott Wimmer. It took 6 laps of green flag action for Hamilton Jr. to get back up to Biffle and make his way into second. Meanwhile, deeper in the field, the RCR Chevs of Harvick and Jim Sauter started moving their way up and sat in side the top 20 at 18 and 19 respectfully.

The ensuing phase of the race was an extended green flag run that would cover just under 100 laps. By lap 35, Mike McLaughlin, Kevin Grubb, and Jeff Purvis all got around Scott Wimmer dropping him to 8th. McLaughlin as moved up during this phase as he was up to third on lap 60. Green flag pit stops began to cycle through on lap 67 with Larry Foyt hitting the pits first. During the pit cycle, Randy LaJoie dropped fuel pressure and the team had to spend some time with the hood up to fix the issue. On lap 93, Sean Studer engine let go ending his day but, he noticed the failure before putting down any fluid and the race stayed green. The very next lap Todd Bodine surrendered the lead to complete his stop. Also during this round of green flag stops, Andy Santerre’s team failed to get the left side tires on tight thus costing him 2 laps.

When all the stops were done, Todd Bodine reassumed the lead on lap 104 with Kevin Grubb in second, Scott Wimmer in third, Jeff Green in fourth, and Greg Biffle rounding out the top 5. Kevin Harvick and Jim Sauter managed to work their way into the top 12 by lap 110 and Ryan Newman was also marching through the field after his spin early on, as he was back up inside the top 15.

The fourth yellow came out on lap 126 when Ashton Lewis slowed up and 9th place Tony Raines checked up and was hit by Rich Bickle. The caution brought the majority of the lead lap cars down pit road for tires and fuel. After the stops the Top 10 were Todd Bodine, Jeff Green, Kevin Grubb, Bobby Hamilton Jr., Greg Biffle, Kenny Wallace, Jeff Purvis, Scott Wimmer, Jim Sauter, and Kevin Harvick. They took the green on lap 130 and before one more lap was in the books, Grubb was able to capitalize on a bad restart by Jeff Green to take second place. While the battled, the lap down cars of Tim Fedewa and Mike McLaughlin were able to slide in front of them giving Bodine a buffer. Also on the restart, Wallace was able to challenge Biffle for 5th, eventually taking the spot. The caution waved for a fifth time on lap 145 for debris and while racing back to the stripe, Tim Fedewa managed to get his lap back.

Once again, the field took on tires and this round of stops shook up the running order. The race would resume under green on lap 148 with Ryan Newman as the new leader because he stayed out when the rest of the leaders pitted. However, he dropped to 4th by the end of the first lap back to action. Jeff Green, Todd Bodine, and Kenny Wallace were the beneficiaries of Newman’s slide back. Behind Newman, Bobby Hamilton Jr. rounded out the top 5. The RCR duo of Kevin Harvick and Jim Sauter took the green just after them in 6th and 7th. Meanwhile, Kevin Grubb, Greg Biffle and Jeff Purvis finishes off the top 10. By lap 165, Harvick marched his way to 4th behind Green, Bodine, and Wallace. Biffle sat in 5th. The rest of the top 10 had Jim Sauter in 6th; Bobby Hamilton Jr. was 7th; Scott Wimmer was 8th; 9th was Kevin Grubb; with Jeff Purvis in 10th. Meanwhile, Newman continued to fall back and was now the last car on the lead lap in 16th.

Lap back traffic proved to be an issue as Jeff Green go tied up by Ryan Newman; which allowed Todd Bodine to reel him

In. Once there, they three went three wide and slight contact was made between Green and Newman. Bodine was able to squirt past on the bottom. No significant damage was done to either Green or Newman’s cars. Just after that action, with 15 laps to go, Scott Wimmer got loose and got into the wall. Newman, was able to get back around Bodine coming to the stripe and was back on the lead lap. The yellow saw most of the leaders except Jeff Green, Jamie McMurray, and Elton Sawyer pit. Kevin Harvick was first off pit road and lined up 4th on the restart. While Kenny Wallace lined up 5th. Todd Bodine, Greg Biffle, Jim Sauter, Bobby Hamilton Jr., and Jeff Purvis rounded out the top 10.

The race returned to Green with 8 laps to go and immediately, Elton Sawyer dropped back to 11th. Next, Todd Bodine looked underneath Kenny Wallace. In turn 3, Kevin Harvick and Bodine went three wide with Jamie McMurray with Bodine coming to the straightaway ahead of Harvick as McMurray could hold a fast line on the older tires. Next lap, Bodine worked underneath Green for the lead while Biffle passed McMurray and Wallace. Over the next lap, Bodine gapped Green who was now under attack from Harvick, Biffle, and Wallace. Meanwhile, McMurray continued to fall back and was now outside the top 10.

With just 5 laps to go, Newman would make a bold move to go three wide in an effort to clear Tim Fedewa. He wound up drifting high on turn exit and clipped Fedewa’s front end. As Fedewa lost control, he drifted high and collected Elton Sawyer before hitting the outside wall. Due to the banking in the turn one, Fedewa’s car the slides back down the track and wrecks into David Green. As the field came back to the stripe and got slowed up in turn one, Jamie McMurray spun out Kevin Grubb. To clean up the wreck and still have a green flag finish, NASCAR put out the red flag.

So the stage was set for a 2 lap shoot-out when the race went green. The pack went off into turn one led by Todd Bodine, Kevin Harvick, Greg Biffle, Kenny Wallace, and Jeff Green. Green would get passed by Jim Sauter before the came back to the white flag. That is exactly how the top 5 would finish. Meanwhile, Green would also be passed by Bobby Hamilton Jr., Jeff Purvis, and Rich Bickle before he took the checkered flag, relegating to 9th.

FinSt#DriverSponsor / OwnerCarLapsLedPts
1300 Todd BodineMRO (Billy Jones)Chevrolet197146185
2222 Kevin HarvickAC Delco (Richard Childress)Chevrolet1970170
3160 Greg BiffleGrainger (Jack Roush)Ford1971170
4448 Kenny WallaceGoulds Pumps (George Debidart)Chevrolet1970160
52321Jim SauterRockwell Automation (Richard Childress)Chevrolet1970155
6726 Bobby Hamilton, Jr.Dr. Pepper (Dave Carroll)Chevrolet1970150
71218 Jeff PurvisMBNA (Joe Gibbs)Pontiac1970146
81359 Rich BickleKingsford (Tad Geschickter)Chevrolet1970142
9510 Jeff GreenNestle NesQuik (Greg Pollex)Ford19738143
10202 Ryan NewmanAlltel (Roger Penske)Ford1975139
112457 Jason KellerAlbertson's (Bob Campbell)Ford1970130
122643 Jay SauterQuality Farm & Country (Mike Curb)Chevrolet1970127
131037 Kevin GrubbTimber Wolf (Clarence Brewer)Chevrolet1970124
141792 Jimmie JohnsonExcedrin (Stanley Herzog)Chevrolet1960121
15820 Mike McLaughlinGibbs Racing (Joe Gibbs)Pontiac1960118
163174 Chad LittleStaff America (Bill Baumgardner)Chevrolet1960115
17338 Blaise AlexanderChannellock / InvenCom (Armando Fitz)Chevrolet1960112
183236 Hank Parker, Jr.GNC Live Well (Scott Welliver)Chevrolet1963114
193417 Clay RogersVisine (Robbie Reiser)Chevrolet1960106
202855 Mark GreenDavis & Weight Motorsports (Jerry Davis)Ford1960103
211961 Tim SauterStoops Freightliner (Steve Coulter)Chevrolet1960100
222925 Chad ChaffinU.S. Marine Corps (Ed Rensi)Chevrolet195097
231601 Andy SanterreSanterre-Reece Motorsports (James Reece)Chevrolet195094
242014 Larry FoytHarrah's Casino (A.J. Foyt)Chevrolet195091
253663 Shane HallLance Snacks (Hubert Hensley)Ford194493
261127 Jamie McMurrayWilliams Travel Centers (Clarence Brewer)Chevrolet193085
272777 Kelly DentonMerck-Medco (Tony Hall)Ford193082
282134 David GreenAFG Glass (Frank Cicci)Chevrolet193079
291498 Elton SawyerEast Carolina University / Starter (Brad Akins)Ford192076
303066 Tim FedewaPhillips 66 (Jeffrey Welliver)Chevrolet192073
31923 Scott WimmerJani-King (Bill Davis)Pontiac192070
32157 Randy LaJoieKleenex / Cottonelle (Ed Evans)Chevrolet192067
33646 Ashton LewisLewis Motorsports (Bill Lewis)Chevrolet192064
343528 Brad BakerSouthern Racing (Gary Baker)Chevrolet191061
353949 Robbie FaggartJay Robinson, Inc. (Jay Robinson)Chevrolet186058
363816 Sammy Sanders31-W Insulation (Wayne Day)Pontiac185055
37371 P.J. JonesYellow Freight (James Finch)Chevrolet166052
381833 Tony RainesAlka-Seltzer (Brian Baumgardner)Chevrolet140049
394286 Sean StuderWinner's Circle Racing (Thomas Studer)Chevrolet93046
404052 Jason RuddMeans Racing (Jimmy Means)Ford26043
414193 Bill Hoff93.3 WMMR / Fox Philadelphia 29 (Jeffrey Shutt)Chevrolet20040
422511 Marty HoustonChannellock (Armando Fitz)Chevrolet6037
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Busch Series Points After 2 Races

POSCar #Driver PTS
12Kevin Harvick340
210Jeff Green308
348Kenny Wallace302
T457Jason Keller276
T492Jimmie Johnson276
660Greg Biffle272
720Mike McLaughlin 268
859Rich Bickle257
974Chad Little 253
107Randy LaJoie247
T1118Jeff Purvis235
T1136Hank Parker Jr.235
T1300Todd Bodine 234
T1361Tim Sauter 234
1563Shane Hall 220
T1627Jamie McMurray215
T1643Jay Sauter215
1826Bobby Hamilton Jr.214
1955Mark Green206
2014Larry Foyt 202
2123Scott Wimmer 196
2277Kelly Denton191
238Blaise Alexander 185
2434David Green173
2537Kevin Grubb170
2617Matt Kenneth165
2766Tim Fedewa164
2811Marty Houston 161
2921Jim Sauter 155
3002Ryan Newman 139
3125Chad Chaffin137
T321P.J. Jones134
T3246Ashton Lewis 134
3428Brad Baker119
356Joe Bessey112
3698Elton Sawyer 110
3717Clay Rogers 106
3833Tony Raines104
3935Lyndon Amick 100
4001Andy Santerre94
4145Steve Grissom 85
4287Joe Nemechek72
4316David Starr61
4449Robbie Faggart 58
4516Sammy Sanders 55
4699Michael Waltrip52
4786Sean Studer 46
T4819Mike Bliss43
T4852Jason Rudd 43
5093Bill Hoff40
5108Bobby Hamilton 37
-38Christian Elder0
-49Stuart Kirby0
NASCAR Dura-Lube 400
Rockingham, NC

24 - Jeff Gordon

1 - Steve Park

18 - Bobby Labonte

28 - Ricky Rudd

99 - Jeff Burton

20- Tony Stewart

15 - Michael Waltrip

10 - Johnny Benson
2 - Ryan Newman (R)

97 - Kurt Busch (R)

11 Brett Bodine

22 - Ward Burton

25 - Jerry Nadeau

12 - Jeremy Mayfield

9 - Bill Elliott

93 - Dave Blaney
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6 - Mark Martin

88 -Dale Jarrett

ROW 10
43 - John Andretti

01 - Jason Leffler (R)

ROW 11
55 - Bobby Hamilton

21 - Elliott Sadler

ROW 12
36 - Lyndon Amick (R)

19 - Casey Atwood (R)
Sorry for the delay. Work has been killing me. Here’s the second Cup race.

Duralube 400 @ North Carolina Speedway Rockingham,NC

The day started with a lengthy delay due to rain. When the field took the green, Jeff Gordon and Steve Park settled single file at the front going into turn 1 with Tony Stewart taking 3 on the high side. As the field sailed off into turn 3, Ron Hornaday Jr made contact with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt Jr, was sent up the track and into Kenny Wallace, who was on the outside alongside him. Mike Wallace and Jimmy Spencer got stacked up behind them and also took damage to their cars. This brought out the yellow. The Wallaces took their cars behind the wall for repairs, while Hornaday and Spencer managed to fix their slight amount of damage on both road. As for Earnhardt Jr, his day was over as there was too much damage done to fix at the track. Before the race could resume, a brief shower delayed the green flag. Mike Wallace managed to get repairs done after 17 laps (all ran under yellow).

On the lap before the race went green again, several cars further back in the pack decided to top off fuel and make adjustments. Among them were Mike Skinner, Mike Dillion, John Andretti, Terry Labonte, Joe Nemechek, Bobby Hamilton, Robert Pressley, Andy Houston,

and Stacy Compton.

When the field came to take green on lap 32, the top ten was led by Jeff Gordon and Steve Park. Behind them were Tony Stewart, Ricky Rudd, Johnny Benson, Bobby Labonte, Jeff Burton, Jerry Nadeau, Brett Bodine, and Michael Waltrip. As they charged into turns one and two, Labonte went to the inside of Benson putting him into the top 5. The next lap Ward Burton was able to overtake Waltrip for 10th. Ward continued to move up as he got around Bodine and Nadeau over the following 5 laps. Deeper in the field, Rick Craven had moved up from his 41st starting spot and was up to 23rd within the first 42 laps. On lap 43, Park got around Gordon for the lead, meanwhile Johnny Benson lost another spot to Jeff Burton. 4 laps, the caution came out again for rain.

The caution brought most of the lead lap cars down pit road for tires and fuel. Jimmy Spencer and Buckshot Jones stayed out long enough to lead a lap then stop. Stacy Compton on the other hand didn’t pit at all and inherited the lead. While on pit road, Rick Mast’s team went to work with the hood up. Ward Burton had a couple loose lug nuts on his stop and had to come back down dropping him to 33rd before the red flag pit a halt to the on track activities after lap 51.

The race resumed the next day with Stacy Compton in the lead followed by Jeff Gordon, Steve Park, Tony Stewart, and Ricky Rudd in the top 5. Behind them, Bobby Labonte, Jeff Burton, Johnny Benson, Michael Waltrip, and Brett Bodine rounded out the top 10. Jerry Nadeau, Kurt Busch, Sterling Marlin, Dave Blaney, Jeremy Mayfield, Mark Martin, Dale Jarrett, Ricky Craven, Bill Elliott, and Ryan Newman were the next 10 in line. Positions 21-30 were held by Elliott Sadler, Bobby Hamilton, Ron Hornaday, Jason Leffler, John Andretti, Casey Atwood, Mike Skinner, Joe Nemechek, Matt Kenseth, and Todd Bodine. Robby Gordon, Robert Pressley, Ward Burton, Terry Labonte, Andy Houston, Mike Dillon, Rick Mast, Lyndon Amick, Buckshot Jones, and Jimmy Spencer where in the next 10 spots.

Once the green flag came back out, Jeff Gordon and Steve Park drove past Stacy Compton before the hit the back straight. By lap 65, Compton’s slide on old tires had dropped him out of the top 15. On lap 74, Park grabbed the lead from Jeff Gordon. Two laps later, Matt Kenseth hit pit road to have his crew look at an overheating issue caused by debris on his front grille. Stacy Compton, after sliding out of the top 25, hit pit road on lap 84 for fresh tires and fuel. On lap 93 Park began working slower traffic lapping Buckshot Jones, Mike Dillon, Andy Houston, Todd Bodine, and Jason Leffler. Meanwhile, deeper in the field, Robert Pressley, who restarted 32nd had moved up inside the top 20 and was up to 17th.

As the field approached lap 100, Brett Bodine had slid back in the running order and was outside of the 20. As they came to complete lap 102, Michael Waltrip has worked his way up to 3rd. Only 32 cars remained on the lead lap, with the leader working underneath Robby Gordon which would leave only 31. Jeff Gordon was second, and Bobby Labonte had passed teammate Tony Stewart to get 4th. Jeff Burton, Ricky Rudd, Johnny Benson, Jerry Nadeau, and Sterling Marlin rounded out the top 10. The lap back traffic tied up Park and allowed Jeff Gordon to grab the lead back on 108. On the next lap, Jeff Burton made contact with the outside wall however, he managed to make it to pit road without bringing out the yellow flag.

On lap 120 Michael Waltrip passed Steve Park for second. Ricky Craven continued his March through the field and was now up to 6th. Casey Atwood, Todd Bodine, and Buckshot Jones were among the first make green flag pit stops with their stops coming at about lap 123. At about that same lap, Bobby Labonte caught up to Steve Park and passed him for third. As pit stops cycled through, Michael Waltrip, Bobby Labonte, and Ricky Rudd managed to lead laps. Kurt Busch had to make a second stop on lap 133 because he got into the wall. He made it to pit road without bringing out the yellow. After the round of stops, Steve Park, Jeff Gordon, Michael Waltrip, Bobby Labonte, and Ricky Craven were the top 5. They were followed by Ricky Rudd, Sterling Marlin, Jerry Nadeau, Johnny Benson, and Dave Blaney. On lap 163, Jeff Gordon took the lead back from Steve Park. On lap 169, Kenny Wallace returned to the race after repairs from his lap one accident. By that point Tony Stewart was among those to pass Nadeau and was now in the top 10.

By lap 180, there was another lead change as Bobby Lobonte drove past Park and the Jeff Gordon to become the new leader. At that point, Ricky Craven was up to 4th and Sterling Marlin in 5th.

Michael Waltrip, Ricky Rudd, Johnny Benson, Dave Blaney, and Tony Stewart occupied positions 6-10.

Another round of green flag pit stops kicked off with Ryan Newman, Jason Leffler, and Joe Nemechek pitting on lap 195. On lap 214, after most of the stops had been made, Jeff Gordon was back in the lead in front of Bobby Labonte, Steve Park, Ricky Rudd, and Johnny Benson. Dave Blaney, Ricky Craven, Ward Burton, Tony Stewart, and Rusty Wallace nailed down positions 6-10. On lap 222, Craven and Blaney swapped spots. Ryan Newman had been passed by both Dale Jarrett, Robert Pressley, Elliott Sadler, and Sterling Marlin in that amount of time. Ten laps later, Marlin got around Sadler putting him 12.

At lap 238, Jeff Gordon, Bobby Labonte, and Steve Park continued to run in the top 3 spots, Benson had moved up to 4th and Craven had gotten up to 5th. Ricky Rudd had dropped down to 6th with Stewart hot on his heels in 7th. Blaney, Jarrett, and Ward Burton rounded out the top 10. 3 laps later, Gordon lapped Michael Waltrip, who had fallen down to 20th. The next lap, Mike Skinner got into the wall and then went for a spin bringing out the yellow flag. With the abrasive nature of the racing surface, all the lead lap cars stopped for tires. Gordon, Park, Labonte, Rudd, and Stewart were the first 5 off pit road.

Green flag action resumed on lap 250. Two laps after the restart, John Andretti brushed the wall but gathered it back up and didn’t bring out the yellow. On lap 256, Ricky Rudd’s transmission let go while he was running in the top 10. On lap 260, Steve Park got back around Jeff Gordon to claim the top spot. Meanwhile, the best action on the track was positions 7-11 battled as Ward Burton and Bill Davis Racing stablemate Dave Blaney duked it out with Ricky Craven, Sterling Marlin, and Robert Pressley. Those five ran tightly together for over 15 laps. As they dueled amongst themselves, they list time allowing Elliott Sadler, Joe Nemechek, and Jerry Nadeau to join the fray. On lap 267, Mark Martin, who had been mired back in 18 after staying out an extra lap last yellow to lead a lap, came to the pits for an unscheduled stop due to a vibration. That vibration turned out to be from a loose wheel weight. Jerry Mayfield had been running for on the lead lap until lap 270, when he was forced to come in and have his rear end gear looked at. Both he and Rudd were able to get their cars repaired but it cost them several laps to do so.

On lap 293, there were only 17 cars left on the lead lap. Steve Park, Jeff Gordon, Johnny Benson, Bobby Labonte, and Tony Stewart were at the top of the running order. The next 5 were Dale Jarrett, Ricky Craven, Robert Pressley, Dave Blaney, and Sterling Marlin. They were followed by Elliott Sadler, Ward Burton, Jerry Nadeau, Ryan Newman, and Andy Houston. Bobby Hamilton and John Andretti were the final 2 cars on lead lap. 6 laps later, Andretti was lapped by Park, leaving 16 cars on the lead lap. On lap 302, Stacy Compton motor let go putting oil down on the track. This would bring out the yellow. The leaders exited the pits with Park, Gordon, Labonte, Stewart and Jarrett making up the top 5. Johnny Benson had a slow stop and fell back 3 spots to 6th.

The field took the green flag with 85 laps to go. On that restart, Jeff Gordon got a great jump and went to the lead over Steve Park. Over the next 12 laps, Ryan Newman; Elliott Sadler; Robert Pressley; and Dave Blaney continued to battle for 10th. After 12 more laps, Johnny Benson had managed to overtake both Dale Jarrett and Tony Stewart putting him up to 4th. After lap 333, Gordon and Park had put slightly over 4 seconds between them and Bobby Labonte. Six laps after that, Park went back to the lead. However, Gordon last stretch in front locked up the five point bonus for most laps led. With 30 laps to go, Park had a 1.3 second lead over Gordon. As for Jarrett, he had faded back to 8th. With 15 laps to go, as leaders worked lapped traffic, Labonte narrowed the gap to Gordon was right on his bumper for 2nd. As they lapped Ward Burton, Labonte looked to the inside and got around Gordon, while Park was 2.3 seconds ahead. With 10 to go, Park’s lead was down to 1.7 seconds. 2 laps later, Craven drove past Johnny Benson for 5th. With 5 to go, Park’s lead was down to 1.0 seconds. With just 2 to go, Labonte was within a car length of Park. In the final corner, Labonte went low while Park ran the high line. As they crossed the stripe, Park was able to maintain his car length lead and grab the win.

FinSt#DriverSponsor / OwnerCarLapsLedPts
121Steve ParkPennzoil (Dale Earnhardt Inc.)Chevrolet393167180
2318Bobby LabonteInsterstate Batteries (Joe Gibbs)Pontiac39332175
3124Jeff GordonDuPont (Rick Hendrick)Chevrolet393180175
4620Tony StewartHome Depot (Joe Gibbs)Pontiac3930160
54232Ricky CravenTide (Cal Wells)Ford3930155
6810Johnny BensonValvoline (Nelson Bowers)Pontiac3930150
72740Sterling MarlinCoors Lite (Chip Ganassi)Dodge3931151
81693Dave BlaneyAmoco (Bill Davis)Dodge3930142
91888Dale JarrettUPS (Robert Yates)Ford3930138
102221Elliott SadlerMotorcraft (Wood Brothers)Ford3930134
113277Robert PressleyJasper Engines (Doug Bawel)Ford3930130
122155Bobby HamiltonSquare D (Andy Petree)Chevrolet3930127
1392Ryan Newman (R)Miller Lite (Roger Penske)Ford3930124
143696Andy Houston (R)McDonald’s (Cal Wells)Ford3920121
151325Jerry NadeauUAW-Delphi (Rick Hendrick)Chevrolet3920118
161222Ward BurtonCaterpillar (Bill Davis)Dodge3920115
172834Joe NemechekOakwood Homes (Andy Petree)Chevrolet3920112
182419Casey Atwood (R)Dodge Dealers (Ray Evernham)Dodge3920109
19715Michael WaltripNAPA (Dale Earnhardt Inc)Chevrolet3921111
20176Mark MartinViagra (Jack Roush)Ford3921108
211943John AndrettiCheerios (Petty Enterprises)Dodge3910100
22159Bill ElliottDodge Dealers (Ray Evernham)Dodge391097
233831Mike SkinnerLowe’s (Richard Childress)Chevrolet391094
242336Lyndon Amick (R)M&M’s (Nelson Bowers)Pontiac391091
252914Ron Hornaday Jr. (R)Conseco (A.J. Foyt)Pontiac390088
26254Robby GordonKodak Film (Larry McClure)Chevrolet390085
271111Brett BodineRalph’s Supermarkets (Brett Bodine)Ford390082
283917Matt KensethDeWalt Tools (Jack Roush)Ford389079
29355Terry LabonteKellogg’s (Rick Hendrick)Chevrolet389076
303326Jimmy SpencerK-Mart (Travis Carter)Ford389173
31373Mike Dillon (R)GM Goodwrench (Richard Childress)Chevrolet388070
323050Rick MastMidwest Transit (Hal Hicks)Chevrolet388067
332001Jason LefflerCingular Wireless (Chip Ganassi)Dodge387064
344066Todd BodineRoute 66/K-Mart (Travis Carter)Ford387061
354344Buckshot Jones (R)Georgia-Pacific (Petty Enterprises)Dodge383163
361097Kurt BuschRoush (Jack Roush)Ford383055
37599Jeff BurtonCitgo Supergard (Jack Roush)Ford379052
381412Jeremy MayfieldMobil 1 (Roger Penske)Ford364049
39428Ricky RuddTexaco-Havoline (Robert Yates)Ford355351
40347Mike WallaceNationsrent (Jim Smith)Ford355043
414192Stacy ComptonKodiak (Mark Melling)Dodge295645
423127Kenny WallaceEel River RacingPontiac118037
43268Dale Earnhardt Jr.BudweiserChevrolet0034
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POSCar #Driver PTS
140Sterling Marlin306
215Michael Waltrip291
355Bobby Hamilton 273
49Bill Elliott 262
51Steve Park255
624Jeff Gordon 253
777Robert Pressley 251
832Ricky Craven 249
933Joe Nemechek246
1021Elliott Sadler 243
1188Dale Jarrett 240
1210Johnny Benson Jr.229
1318Bobby Labonte223
1428Ricky Rudd 216
1520Tony Stewart 215
1619Casey Atwood (R)212
178Dale Earnhardt Jr.209
1811Brett Bodine 205
1914Ron Hornaday Jr. (R)200
207Mike Wallace198
2125Jerry Nadeau 185
2212Jeremy Mayfield 191
2331Mike Skinner 184
T2422Ward Burton 183
T2492Stacy Compton 183
T2617Matt Kenseth179
T2693Dave Blaney 179
286Mark Martin177
2996Andy Houston 170
305Terry Labonte167
3199Jeff Burton 158
3226Jimmy Spencer 155
3343John Andretti 146
3444Buckshot Jones (R)139
354Robby Gordon 137
363Dale Earnhardt Sr.135
3736Ken Schrader127
T3801Jason Leffler (R)125
T3827Kenny Wallace125
T402Rusty Wallace 124
T402Ryan Newman 124
4245Kyle Petty 115
4397Kurt Busch 95
4436Lyndon Amick 91
453Mike Dillon 70
4650Rick Mast67
4766Todd Bodine 61
4851Jeff Purvis 34
90Hut Strickland 0
37Derrick Cope0
71Dave Marcis 0
72Dwayne Leik0
80Morgan Shepherd 0
84Norm Benning0
85Carl Long0
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Chevrolet Camaro​
Motor Check​
Bill Bentley​
Chevrolet Camaro​
Bentley Architects & Engineers​
Bruce Dewey​
Chevrolet Camaro​
Tim Cowen​
Ford Mustang​
Cowen Truck Lines​
Richard LaBarbara​
Ford Mustang​
International Union Painters​
Tom Sloe​
Chevrolet Corvette​
Sloe Motorsports​
Dick Downs​
Chevrolet Camaro​
Clover Enterprises​





Winston West NAPA 300

FinSt#DriverSponsor / OwnerCarLapsLedPts
114 Mark ReedFood 4 Less / Aquafina / Nabisco (Matt Reed)Pontiac300144185
2239 Mike DuncanSurface Pumps (Mike Duncan)Chevrolet3000170
3745 Sean WoodsideRingers / Ron's Rear Ends / NAPA (Donna Walker)Chevrolet30017170
4612 Austin CameronCreative Touch / McMillin Realty (Terry Cameron)Chevrolet3008165
52285 Kevin RichardsMonaco Enterprises (Gene Monaco)Chevrolet30026160
61861 Brett ThompsonRich Thompson Trucking (Richard Thompson)Chevrolet2990150
7138 Johnny Borneman, IIIRed Line Oil / Borneman Plastering (John Borneman)Ford2980146
8416 Brendan GaughanNAPA / Martin Senour (Bill McAnally)Chevrolet2980142
92000 Scott GaylordOliver Gravity Separators (Geoff Burney)Chevrolet2950138
10292 Ross ThompsonTriton Realty Motorsports (Dan Selznick)Ford2954139
11377 Joe BeanRudolph Foods / City of Hope (Joe Nava)Ford29453135
122147 Ken KaltschmidtMarion Aircraft / K-C RacingPontiac2930127
13802 Carl HarrWestWorld Motorsports (Carl Harr)Chevrolet2870124
142703Kerry Earnhardt Dale Earnhardt Inc. (Dale Earnhardt)Chevrolet 2870121
151024 Bill SedgwickDuPont Stainmaster Carpets (Tim Buckley)Chevrolet2830118
161165 Sammy PotashnickLucas Oil (Sammy Potashnick)Chevrolet2720115
17554 Tim WoodsCopper Hills Homes / Chino Hills Ford (Timothy Woods)Ford2570112
182514 Gary CollinsWest Coast FabricationChevrolet2560109
191704 Hershel McGriffMBNA / Park Corp. (Michael Gaughan / Bill McAnally)Chevrolet2380106
20153 Steve PortengaRoto Rooter Plumbing (Steve Portenga)Chevrolet19848108
21997 Ron Hornaday, Jr.T-Bird Lounge (Bobby Pangonis)Chevrolet1960100
221911 Troy ClineHaas Automation (Gene Haas)Chevrolet190097
231632 Eric NorrisJaniKing / Ultra Wheels (Matt Stowe)Ford166094
242418 Michael WaltripNAPA (Michael Gaughan)Chevrolet96091
252689 Wayne JacksSouthwest Paving (Wayne Jacks)Chevrolet78088
261271 Daryl HarrWestWorld Motorsports (Carl Harr)Chevrolet69085
271423 Brandon AshUnified Western Grocers (Richard Hilton)Ford50082
282815Jack SellersDayco Belts/ PPGChevrolet 25079