Atlanta: Happy Hour times

<pre> Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. 25 Jerry Nadeau Chv 30.110 ...

Atlanta: Happy Hour times

<pre> Pos No Driver Make Time Gap To 1st Speed Gap To 1st -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. 25 Jerry Nadeau Chv 30.110 184.125 2. 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chv 30.115 0.005 0.005 184.087 0.038 0.038 3. 40 Sterling Marlin Dge 30.125 0.010 0.015 184.026 0.061 0.099 4. 17 Matt Kenseth Frd 30.208 0.083 0.098 183.527 0.499 0.598 5. 41 Jimmy Spencer Dge 30.266 0.058 0.156 183.175 0.352 0.950 6. 43 John Andretti Dge 30.275 0.009 0.165 183.115 0.060 1.010 7. 88 Dale Jarrett Frd 30.278 0.003 0.168 183.097 0.018 1.028 8. 9 Bill Elliott Dge 30.295 0.017 0.185 182.994 0.103 1.131 9. 21 Elliott Sadler Frd 30.309 0.014 0.199 182.910 0.084 1.215 10. 22 Ward Burton Dge 30.315 0.006 0.205 182.880 0.030 1.245 11. 45 Kyle Petty Dge 30.333 0.018 0.223 182.770 0.110 1.355 12. 77 Dave Blaney Frd 30.336 0.003 0.226 182.753 0.017 1.372 13. 31 Robby Gordon Chv 30.346 0.010 0.236 182.692 0.061 1.433 14. 55 Bobby Hamilton Chv 30.349 0.003 0.239 182.675 0.017 1.450 15. 12 Ryan Newman* Frd 30.402 0.053 0.292 182.350 0.325 1.775 16. 20 Tony Stewart Pon 30.413 0.011 0.303 182.289 0.061 1.836 17. 23 Hut Stricklin Dge 30.413 0.000 0.303 182.283 0.006 1.842 18. 48 Jimmie Johnson* Chv 30.451 0.038 0.341 182.057 0.226 2.068 19. 97 Kurt Busch Frd 30.472 0.021 0.362 181.938 0.119 2.187 20. 30 Jeff Green Chv 30.478 0.006 0.368 181.901 0.037 2.224 21. 29 Kevin Harvick Chv 30.503 0.025 0.393 181.746 0.155 2.379 22. 44 Buckshot Jones Dge 30.528 0.025 0.418 181.598 0.148 2.527 23. 18 Bobby Labonte Pon 30.542 0.014 0.432 181.514 0.084 2.611 24. 32 Ricky Craven Frd 30.549 0.007 0.439 181.473 0.041 2.652 25. 24 Jeff Gordon Chv 30.568 0.019 0.458 181.365 0.108 2.760 26. 28 Ricky Rudd Frd 30.577 0.009 0.467 181.307 0.058 2.818 27. 2 Rusty Wallace Frd 30.604 0.027 0.494 181.147 0.160 2.978 28. 6 Mark Martin Frd 30.607 0.003 0.497 181.128 0.019 2.997 29. 10 Johnny Benson Pon 30.611 0.004 0.501 181.104 0.024 3.021 30. 11 Brett Bodine Frd 30.615 0.004 0.505 181.082 0.022 3.043 31. 1 Kenny Wallace Chv 30.652 0.037 0.542 180.863 0.219 3.262 32. 26 Joe Nemechek Frd 30.656 0.004 0.546 180.839 0.024 3.286 33. 7 Casey Atwood Dge 30.670 0.014 0.560 180.763 0.076 3.362 34. 5 Terry Labonte Chv 30.704 0.034 0.594 180.557 0.206 3.568 35. 36 Ken Schrader Pon 30.781 0.077 0.671 180.110 0.447 4.015 36. 19 Jeremy Mayfield Dge 30.781 0.000 0.671 180.110 0.000 4.015 37. 15 Michael Waltrip Chv 30.861 0.080 0.751 179.643 0.467 4.482 38. 4 Mike Skinner Chv 30.893 0.032 0.783 179.451 0.192 4.674 39. 99 Jeff Burton Frd 30.915 0.022 0.805 179.330 0.121 4.795 40. 90 Rick Mast Frd 30.989 0.074 0.879 178.901 0.429 5.224 41. 14 Stacy Compton Pon 31.135 0.146 1.025 178.063 0.838 6.062 42. 49 Shawna Robinson* Dge 31.326 0.191 1.216 176.977 1.086 7.148 43. 71 Dick Trickle Chv 31.370 0.044 1.260 176.729 0.248 7.396

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