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Coke Zero 400
Daytona Int'l Speedway
Sun, July 5, 2015
8:00pm EDT - NBC

Race Data

Race #: 17 of 36
Event: Coke Zero 400
Location: Daytona
Track Size: 2.5 Miles
Track Type: Tri-Oval
Total Laps: 160
Total Miles: 400
2015-1 Winner: Joey Logano
2014-2 Winner: Aric Almirola
Pit Speed: 55 mph

Previous Winners

(Active Drivers)
4 Tony Stewart 05/06/09/12
4 Jeff Gordon 98/99/04/05
3 Jimmie Johnson 06/13/13
3 D Earnhardt Jr 01/04/14
3 Michael Waltrip 01/02/03
2 Matt Kenseth 09/12
2 Kevin Harvick 07/10
2 Jamie McMurray 07/10 1 Joey Logano 15
1 Aric Almirola 14
1 David Ragan 11
1 Trevor Bayne 11
1 Kyle Busch 08
1 Ryan Newman 08
1 Greg Biffle 03
1 Jeff Burton 00

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3 Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients to be Honored During Coke Zero 400 Weekend


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - During the upcoming Coke Zero 400 Weekend Powered By Coca-Cola on July 3-5, Daytona International Speedway will salute three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.

The Congressional Medal of Honor recipients, one from the Vietnam War and two from the War in Afghanistan, are:

Gary Littrell, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army

Salvatore Giunta, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army

Ryan Pitts, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army

For complete biographies on the three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients, visit http://www.cmohs.org/

This is the seventh consecutive year that the Speedway has honored Congressional Medal of Honor recipients. The program started back in the 1970s by Bill France Sr.

"It's a privilege for Daytona International Speedway to be able to host and honor these three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients during the Coke Zero 400 Weekend," Track President Joie Chitwood said. "These three individuals served with valor and courage and have been recognized with our nation's highest military honor. We look forward to saluting them during the Independence Day holiday weekend."

The Congressional Medal of Honor recipients will be recognized during a special luncheon on Saturday at the Bill France Room, will attend driver's meetings and participate in pre-race ceremonies for both the Subway Firecracker 250 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday night, July 4 and the Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday night, July 5.

During Sunday's 57th annual Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola, a special salute will take place for the three recipients during pre-race ceremonies.

In addition, the three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients will take part in an autograph session with race fans in the Sprint FANZONE on Sunday prior to the Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola.

The Congressional Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. It's bestowed on a member of the United States armed forces who distinguishes himself or herself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States.

The stars of NASCAR return to Daytona International Speedway on July 3-5. Tickets to the Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race and the Subway Firecracker 250 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR XFINITY Series race are available by calling 1-800-PITSHOP or online at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com.

Fans can follow NASCAR and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtag #NASCAR and #COKEZERO400. Fans can also stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest for the latest news all season long. Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the "World Center of Racing" by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com.

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Statistical Advance:
Analyzing the Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola

Courtesy of NASCAR Media


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 29, 2015) - Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida going into the Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola on July 5 (7:45 p.m. ET on NBC).

 

2015 Chase Grid Outlook

Pos.

Drivers

Points

Wins

Chase Bonus Pts

1

 Jimmie Johnson

546

4

12

2

 Kevin Harvick

616

2

6

3

 Kurt Busch

469

2

6

4

 Martin Truex Jr.

563

1

3

5

 Joey Logano

559

1

3

6

 Dale Earnhardt Jr.

545

1

3

7

 Brad Keselowski

505

1

3

8

 Matt Kenseth

479

1

3

9

 Denny Hamlin

438

1

3

10

 Carl Edwards

405

1

3

11

 Kyle Busch

125

1

3

12

 Jamie McMurray

497

0

0

13

 Kasey Kahne

483

0

0

14

 Jeff Gordon

462

0

0

15

 Paul Menard

452

0

0

16

 Ryan Newman

435

0

0

Outside Looking In

17

 Aric Almirola

431

0

0

18

 Clint Bowyer

430

0

0

19

 Kyle Larson

390

0

0

20

 Danica Patrick

377

0

0

21

 Greg Biffle

368

0

0

22

 Casey Mears

345

0

0

23

 Austin Dillon

341

0

0

24

 AJ Allmendinger

329

0

0

25

 Sam Hornish Jr.

307

0

0

26

 David Ragan

304

0

0

27

 Tony Stewart

301

0

0

28

 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

286

0

0

29

 Trevor Bayne

284

0

0

30

 David Gilliland

263

0

0

 

Green = Locked into the Chase with multiple wins, provided they attempt to qualify for the remaining regular season races and are in the top 30 in points

 

Yellow = Have a win, inside the current Chase Grid's top 16, not locked in

 

Orange = No wins, Inside the current Chase Grid's top 16 not locked in

 

Red = Outside the Chase Grid

 

DAYTONA-SPECIFIC STATISTICS

 

Greg Biffle (No. 16 CHEEZ-IT Ford)

         One win, three top fives, eight top 10s; one pole

         Average finish of 19.2

         Average Running Position of 17.1, 10th-best

         Driver Rating of 81.8, 12th-best

         85 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

         4,132 Green Flag Passes, seventh-most

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.161 mph, sixth-fastest

         1,978 Laps in the Top 15 (52.7%), ninth-most

         2,382 Quality Passes (passes of cars in the top 15 under green), 12th-most

 

Clint Bowyer (No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota)

         Three top fives, nine top 10s

         Average finish of 15.5

         Average Running Position of 17.5, 11th-best

         Driver Rating of 84.0, 10th-best

         82 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most

         3,939 Green Flag Passes, 11th-most

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.212 mph, second-fastest

 

Kurt Busch (No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet)

         11 top fives, 14 top 10s

         Average finish of 17.5

         Average Running Position of 15.8, seventh-best

         Driver Rating of 90.5, third-best

         71 Fastest Laps Run, 12th-most

         3,864 Green Flag Passes, 12th-most

         2,161 Laps in the Top 15 (60.9%), sixth-most

         2,724 Quality Passes, seventh-most

 


 

Kyle Busch's Chase Eligibility

 

30th

Cole Whitt

 

261

   

Rank

Driver

Wins

Points

Points From 30th

 

31

 Justin Allgaier

0

260

1

 

32

 Brett Moffitt

0

215

46

 

33

 Alex Bowman

0

208

53

 

34

 Michael Annett

0

187

74

 

35

 Josh Wise

0

171

90

 

36

 Matt DiBenedetto #

0

163

98

 

37

 Kyle Busch

1

125

136

 

38

 Michael McDowell

0

111

150

 

39

 Jeb Burton #

0

97

164

 

40

 Alex Kennedy #

0

67

194

 

To be eligible for the Chase, the driver must be in the top 30 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings following race number 26.

 
 

 

 

Kyle Busch (No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota)

         One win, five top fives, six top 10s; one pole

         Average finish of 19.1

         Series-best Average Running Position of 12.8

         Series-best Driver Rating of 96.2

         85 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

         4,023 Green Flag Passes, ninth-most

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.207 mph, third-fastest

         Series-high 2,488 Laps in the Top 15 (70.1%)

         2,869 Quality Passes, fourth-most

 

Dale Earnhardt Jr. (No. 88 Nationwide Stars and Stripes Chevrolet)

         Three wins, 12 top fives, 18 top 10s; one pole

         Average finish of 13.1

         Average Running Position of 14.1, second-best

         Driver Rating of 91.9, second-best

         89 Fastest Laps Run, second-most

         4,353 Green Flag Passes, fourth-most

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.086 mph, 10th-fastest

         2,475 Laps in the Top 15 (66.0%), second-most

         2,968 Quality Passes, second-most

 

Jeff Gordon (No. 24 AXALTA Chevrolet)

         Six wins, 13 top fives, 20 top 10s; four poles

         Average finish of 16.6

         Average Running Position of 14.3, third-best

         Driver Rating of 88.0, fifth-best

         4,157 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most

         2,274 Laps in the Top 15 (60.6%), fifth-most

         2,709 Quality Passes, eighth-most

 

Denny Hamlin (No. 11 FedEx Ground Toyota)

         Four top fives, five top 10s

         Average finish of 18.7

         Average Running Position of 15.4, sixth-best

         Driver Rating of 87.7, seventh-best

         82 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most

         4,018 Green Flag Passes, 10th-most

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.154 mph, seventh-fastest

         1,901 Laps in the Top 15 (56.1%), 12th-most

         2,444 Quality Passes, 11th-most

Jimmie Johnson (No. 48 Lowe's Patriotic Chevrolet)

         Three wins, 10 top fives, 13 top 10s; two poles

         Average finish of 17.5

         Average Running Position of 14.6, fourth-best

         Driver Rating of 87.9, sixth-best

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.067 mph, 12th-fastest

         2,378 Laps in the Top 15 (63.4%), third-most

         2,753 Quality Passes, sixth-most

 

Kasey Kahne (No. 5 Great Clips-Shark Week Chevrolet)

         Two top fives, eight top 10s

         Average finish of 19.4

         Average Running Position of 16.6, ninth-best

         Driver Rating of 83.3, 11th-best

         71 Fastest Laps Run, 12th-most

         4,572 Green Flag Passes, second-most

         2,001 Laps in the Top 15 (53.3%), seventh-most

         2,825 Quality Passes, fifth-most

 

Matt Kenseth (No. 20 DeWalt Made In The USA Toyota)

         Two wins, six top fives, 14 top 10s; one pole

         Average finish of 17.8

         Average Running Position of 15.3, fifth-best

         Driver Rating of 89.9, fourth-best

         80 Fastest Laps Run, seventh-most

         2,277 Laps in the Top 15 (60.7%), fourth-most

         2,556 Quality Passes, ninth-most

 

Joey Logano (No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford)

         One win, three top fives, four top 10s

         Average finish of 18.3

         Average Running Position of 16.5, eighth-best

         Driver Rating of 85.8, ninth-best

         Average Green Flag Speed of 190.144 mph, eighth-fastest

 

Tony Stewart (No. 14 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet)

         Four wins, nine top fives, 14 top 10s; one pole

         Average finish of 18.5

         Driver Rating of 86.6, eighth-best

         76 Fastest Laps Run, 10th-most

         1,958 Laps in the Top 15 (52.2%), 10th-most

 

 

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2015 Top 10 at Daytona International Speedway

 

Driver

Races

Poles

Wins

Top Fives

Top 10s

DNFs

Average Finish

Driver Rating

 
 

1

Kevin Harvick

28

1

2

7

12

3

16.2

81.6

 

2

Martin Truex Jr.

20

1

0

0

2

4

22.5

76.7

 

3

Joey Logano

13

0

1

3

4

2

18.3

85.8

 

4

Jimmie Johnson

27

2

3

10

13

6

17.5

87.9

 

5

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

31

1

3

12

18

3

13.1

91.9

 

6

Brad Keselowski

12

0

0

2

3

4

21.8

75.5

 

7

Jamie McMurray

25

0

2

3

5

8

23.7

79.5

 

8

Kasey Kahne

23

0

0

2

8

5

19.4

83.3

 

9

Matt Kenseth

31

1

2

6

14

5

17.8

89.9

 

10

Kurt Busch

28

0

0

11

14

1

17.5

90.5

 

* - Based on last 21 races at Daytona International Speedway.



Daytona International Speedway Data

Season Race #: 17 of 36 (07-05-15)

Track Size: 2.5-mile

Banking/Turns 1 & 2: 31 degrees

Banking/Turns 3 & 4: 31 degrees

Banking/Straights: 3 degrees

Banking/Tri-Oval: 18 degrees

Frontstretch Length:  3,800 feet

Backstretch Length:  3,000 feet

Race Length: 160 laps / 400 miles

 

Top 10 Driver Ratings at Daytona

Kyle Busch................................. 96.2

Dale Earnhardt Jr........................ 91.9

Kurt Busch.................................. 90.5

Matt Kenseth.............................. 89.9

Jeff Gordon................................ 88.0

Jimmie Johnson.......................... 87.9

Denny Hamlin............................. 87.7

Tony Stewart............................... 86.6

Joey Logano.............................. 85.8

Clint Bowyer............................... 84.0

Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2015 races (21 total) among active drivers at Daytona International Speedway.

 

Qualifying/Race Data

2014 pole winner:

David Gilliland, Ford

199.322 mph, 45.153 secs 07-04-14

 

2014 race winner:

Aric Almirola, Ford

130.014 mph, (02:09:13), 07-06-14

 

Track qualifying record (July race):

Cale Yarborough, Ford

203.519 mph, 44.222 secs 07-02-86

 

Track race record (July race):

Bobby Allison, Mercury

173.473 mph, (02:18:21), 07-04-80

 

 

AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY:

History

         Groundbreaking for Daytona International Speedway was Nov. 25, 1957. The soil underneath the banked corners was dug from the infield of the track and the hole filled with water. It is now known as Lake Lloyd.

         The first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona was a 100-mile qualifying race for the Daytona 500 on Feb. 20, 1959 - won by Bob Welborn.

         The first summer race at Daytona International Speedway was held on July 4, 1959 - won by Fireball Roberts (140.581 mph).

         NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty won his 200th career race on July 4, 1984 at Daytona.

         Lights were installed in the spring of 1998. However, the July race was delayed until October that year due to thick smoke from wildfires. The second Daytona race has been held under the lights ever since.

         The track underwent a repave in 2010.

 

Starts

         There have been 136 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Daytona International Speedway since the track hosted its first race in 1959:  57 have been 500 miles, 52 were 400 miles and four 250 miles. There were also 23 qualifier races that were point races.

         445 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup Series July race at Daytona International Speedway; 277 in more than one.

         Richard Petty leads the series in July race starts at Daytona with 32. Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with 22 starts - this weekend will be Gordon's final start at Daytona.

         Four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series active drivers have made their first career start at Daytona International Speedway, though none were during the July race: Tony Stewart (2/14/99), Casey Mears (2/16/03), Kasey Kahne (2/15/04), Brendan Gaughan (2/15/04) Danica Patrick (2/27/12), Alex Bowman (2/23/14), Michael Annett (2/23/14).


Poles

         Fireball Roberts won the inaugural Coors Light pole for the July race at Daytona in 1959 with a speed of 144.997 mph.  

         38 drivers have Coors Light poles at Daytona for the July event, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer Cale Yarborough with eight.

         Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers in Daytona July race poles, with two. Gordon started first in 2007 due to qualifying being cancelled as well.

         Three drivers have won consecutive Coors Light poles for the July race at Daytona: Cale Yarborough (1970-'71; 1980-'81, 1983-'84), Sterling Marlin (1991-'92) and Dale Earnhardt (1994-'95).

         Youngest Daytona July race pole winner: Jeff Gordon (07/06/1996 - 24 years, 11 months, 2 days); all-time track record belongs to Austin Dillon (02/23/2014 - 23 years, 9 months, 27 days).

         Oldest Daytona pole winner: Mark Martin (07/02/2011 - 52 years, 5 months, 23 days).

         Six active drivers have posted their first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light pole at Daytona International Speedway: Greg Biffle (2/15/04), Kevin Harvick (7/6/02), Jimmie Johnson (2/17/02), Paul Menard (7/5/08), Danica Patrick (2/24/13) and Austin Dillon (2/23/2014).       

 

Wins

        

Drivers who have swept both races (Daytona 500 and the July race) at Daytona:

Fireball Roberts - 1962 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 250)

Cale Yarborough - 1968 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)

LeeRoy Yarborough - 1969 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)

Bobbie Allison - 1982 (Daytona 500, Firecracker 400)

Jimmie Johnson - 2013 (Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400 powered by Coca-Cola)

35 different drivers have won the July race at Daytona International Speedway, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson with five wins. Tony Stewart leads all active drivers with four; followed by Jeff Gordon with three.   

         Five drivers have posted consecutive wins in the July race at Daytona International Speedway, including three consecutive by David Pearson (1972 - 1974).

         Tony Stewart (2005-'06) is the only active driver to win consecutive July races at Daytona.

         Youngest Daytona July race winner: Kyle Busch (07/01/2008 - 23 years, 2 months, 3 days); all-time track record - Trevor Bayne (02/20/2011 - 20 years, 0 months, 1 day).

         Oldest Daytona July race winner: Bobby Allison (07/04/1987 - 49 years, 7 months, 1 day); all-time track record - Bobby Allison (02/14/1988 - 50 years, 5 months, 23 days).

         The Wood Brothers have the most wins at Daytona in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with 15; followed by Hendrick Motorsports with 13.

        

Seven different manufacturers have won the July NSCS race at Daytona:

Manufacturer

Daytona July Race Wins

Chevrolet

18

Ford

17

Mercury

7

Dodge

5

Pontiac

5

Buick

3

Toyota

1

 

Eight of the 56 (14.2%) July NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Daytona have been won from the Coors Light pole; the most recent was Kevin Harvick in 2010.

         The Coors Light pole is the most proficient starting position in the field, producing more winners (eight) than any other starting position in the July race at Daytona International Speedway.    

         15 of the 56 (26.7%) July NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Daytona have been won from the front row: eight from the pole and seven from second-place.

         41 of the 56 (73.2%) July NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Daytona have been won from a top-10 starting position.

         Four of the 56 (7.1%) July NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Daytona have been won from a starting position outside the top 20.

         The deepest in the field that a race winner has started at Daytona is 42nd, by Tony Stewart in the 2012 July race.

         Four active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers have posted their first career win at Daytona International Speedway; two were during the July race: Trevor Bayne (2/20/11), Greg Biffle (7/5/03), David Ragan (7/2/11) and Michael Waltrip (2/18/01).

         Greg Biffle won the July race at Daytona in his first appearance.     

         Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in laps led at Daytona with 710 laps led in 45 starts. 

         Tony Stewart leads the series among active drivers in laps led in the July race at Daytona with 369; followed by Jeff Gordon with 318 and Dale Earnhardt Jr. with 243.

         Fewest laps led by a July race winner at Daytona are one lap led by Jimmy Spencer in 1994. The fewest laps led by an active July race winner at Daytona are three laps led by Jamie McMurray in 2007.

 

Additional Finishing Position Stats

         Buddy Baker leads the series in runner-up finishes in the July race at Daytona with five; followed by Richard Petty and Sterling Marlin with four. Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch lead all active drivers with two each.

         NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson leads the series in top-five finishes in the July race at Daytona with 13; followed by Richard Petty with 12. Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with seven.   

 

Additional Finishing Position Stats

         David Pearson leads the series in top-10 finishes in the July race at Daytona with 19; followed by Dale Earnhardt with 18. Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with 11.

         Jimmie Johnson leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in average starting position at Daytona with a 9.926.

         Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in average finishing position at Daytona with a 13.065.

         Kurt Busch leads the series among active drivers with the most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Daytona without visiting Victory Lane at 28.

 

Female Competitor Stats

         Five female drivers have competed in the July event at Daytona International Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Janet Guthrie, Christine Beckers, Lella Lombardi, Patty Moise and Shawna Robinson. Below they are ordered by best finish:

Driver

Starting Position

Finishing Position

Date

Danica Patrick

29

8

7/6/2014

Danica Patrick

11

14

7/6/2013

Shawna Robinson

27

40

7/6/2002

Patty Moise

35

39

7/1/1989

Patty Moise

33

26

7/2/1988

Janet Guthrie

36

11

7/4/1978

Christine Beckers

37

37

7/4/1977

Janet Guthrie

20

40

7/4/1977

Lella Lombardi

29

31

7/4/1977

Janet Guthrie

33

15

7/4/1976

 

Track Event Stats

         Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory (MOV) in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Daytona International Speedway for the July race was the July 7, 2007 race won by Jamie McMurray over Kyle Busch with a MOV of 0.005 second.

         Four of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series July races have resulted with a green-white-checkered finish at Daytona International Speedway (Scheduled No. of Laps/Actual No. of Laps): 2008 (160/162), 2010 (160/166), 2011 (160/170) and 2013 (160/161).

         Only two of the 56 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series July races at Daytona International Speedway has been shortened due to weather conditions: 1) July 6, 1996 - the race was called on Lap 117, 43 circuits shy of the 160 scheduled laps and 2) July 6, 2014 - the race was called on Lap 112.     

         Qualifying for the July race has been cancelled due to weather conditions in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Daytona International Speedway three times: 2007, 2009, and 2010.    


NASCAR in Florida

         There have been 178 NASCAR Sprint Cup races among eight tracks in the state of Florida.

         The first NASCAR premiere series race in the state of Florida was held at the Daytona Beach & Road Course in 7/10/1949. The 40 lap event was by won Red Byron (Oldsmobile, 80.883 mph).

Track Name

City

NSCS

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach

136

Homestead-Miami Speedway

Homestead

16

Daytona Beach & Road Course

Daytona Beach

10

Palm Beach Speedway

W. Palm Beach

7

Speedway Park

Jacksonville

6

Five Flags Speedway

Pensacola

1

Golden Gate Speedway

Tampa

1

Titusville-Cocoa Speedway

Titusville

1

 

         174 drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as Florida; 10 of the 174 (6.3%) have recorded at least one victory in NASCAR national series competition.

         Of the eight Florida native drivers who have won in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, only Fireball Roberts, LeeRoy Yarborough and Aric Almirola have won the July race at Daytona International Speedway.

Driver

NSCS

NXS

NCWTS

Fireball Roberts

33

0

0

LeeRoy Yarbrough

14

0

0

Marshall Teague

7

0

0

Joe Nemechek

4

16

0

Bobby Johns

2

0

0

David Reutimann

2

1

1

Aric Almirola

1

1

2

Shorty Rollins

1

0

0

Rick Wilson

0

2

0

Joey Coulter

0

0

1


MILESTONES - Daytona International Speedway

 

 

DRIVER

HAS

NEEDS

MILESTONE

DESCRIPTION

Aric Almirola

124

1

125th Consecutive NSCS Start 

Almirola is 18th on the active consecutive NSCS starts list. 

Landon Cassill

49

1

50th Consecutive NSCS Start 

Cassill is 25th on the active consecutive NSCS starts list.

Martin Truex Jr.

349

1

350th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Career Start

Truex is tied with NASCAR Hall of Famer Ned Jarrett for 67th on the all-time NSCS career starts list, eight starts behind Dick Brooks (357) in 66th.

Trevor Bayne

74

1

75th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Career Start

Bayne is tied with Mike Alexander for 224th on the all-time NSCS career starts list, one start behind Casey Atwood (75) in 223rd.

Brendan Gaughan

49

1

50th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Career Start

Gaughan is ranked 277th on the all-time NSCS career starts list.

Jimmie Johnson

74

2

76th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Jimmie Johnson is eighth on the all-time NSCS wins list, two wins behind NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt in seventh (76 wins).

Tony Stewart

48

2

50th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Stewart is 13th on the all-time NSCS wins list, two wins behind NASCAR Hall of Famer Ned Jarrett in 12th (50 wins).

Matt Kenseth

32

1

33rd NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Kenseth is tied with Dale Jarrett for 22nd on the all-time NSCS wins list, one win behind Fireball Roberts in 21st (33 wins).

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

24

1

25th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Earnhardt Jr. is tied with Carl Edwards for 30th on the all-time NSCS wins list, one win behind Joe Weatherly and Denny Hamlin in 29th (25 wins).

Carl Edwards

24

1

25th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Edwards is tied with Dale Earnhardt Jr. for 30th on the all-time NSCS wins list, one win behind Joe Weatherly and Denny Hamlin in 29th (25 wins).

Jeff Gordon

24,826

174

25,000 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Laps Led

Gordon can become the sixth driver in NSCS history to lead 25,000 laps.

Matt Kenseth

9,597

403

10,000 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Laps Led

Kenseth can become the 16th driver in series history to lead 10,000 or more laps. 

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

7,954

46

8,000 NSCS Laps Led

Earnhardt can become the 23rd driver in series history to lead 8,000 or more laps. 

#43 car

199

1

200 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Wins

The No. 43 car is second on the all-time NSCS wins list, five wins behind the No. 11 car in first (204). The last win for the No. 43 car came at Daytona last season.