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NASCAR Winston Cup Series Race # 31 Hooters 500 Nov. 13, 1994 Atlanta Motor Speedway--Hampton, GA 1.522 Mile Oval 328 Laps 500 Miles

Fn  St  Driver           Sponsor/Car                    Lap Pnt Reason
 1 ( 5) Mark Martin      Valvoline/Ford                 328 185 
 2 (30) Dale Earnhardt   GM Goodwrench/Chevrolet        328 175 
 3 (36) Todd Bodine      Factory Stores/Ford            328 170 
 4 (20) Lake Speed       Quality Care/Ford              328 165 
 5 (34) Mike Wallace     Heilig-Meyers/Ford             328 160 
 6 (33) Morgan Shepherd  Citgo/Ford                     328 150 
 7 ( 3) Derrike Cope     Straight Arrow/Ford            327 151 
 8 (10) Terry Labonte    Kellogg's/Chevrolet            326 142 
 9 (23) Dale Jarrett     Interstate Batteries/Chevrolet 326 138 
10 (27) Michael Waltrip  Pennzoil/Pontiac               326 134 
11 (38) Ken Schrader     Kodiak/Chevrolet               326 130 
12 (37) Jimmy Hensley    Buss Fuses/Ford                325 132 
13 ( 9) John Andretti    STP/Pontiac                    325 129 
14 ( 8) Ricky Rudd       Tide/Ford                      324 121 
15 ( 6) Jeff Gordon      DuPont/Chevrolet               323 118 
16 (39) Hut Stricklin    Smokin' Joe's/Ford             323 115 
17 (22) Pancho Carter    Equipment Supply/Ford          322 112 
18 (31) Jeff Green       Ultra Wheels/Ford              321 109 
19 (15) Randy LaJoie     Children's Miracle Net/Ford    318 106 
20 (25) Jimmy Spencer    McDonald's/Ford                315 103 
21 (16) Darrell Waltrip  Western Auto/Chevrolet         313 100 
22 (41) Kyle Petty       Mello Yello/Pontiac            307  97 
23 ( 7) Joe Nemechek     Meineke/Chevrolet              299  94 
24 (42) Bobby Hamilton   Kendall/Pontiac                296  91 
25 ( 2) Kenny Wallace    Texaco-Havoline/Ford           292  88 Engine
26 (29) Steve Grissom    DieHard/Chevrolet              290  85 
27 (24) Rick Mast        Skoal Classic/Ford             288  87 
28 (21) Ted Musgrave     Family Channel/Ford            287  79 
29 (40) Ken Bouchard     Cunningham Racing/Ford         280  76 Engine
30 (12) Gary Bradberry   NAPA Auto Parts/Ford           276  73 
31 (19) Jeff Burton      Raybestos/Ford                 275  70 
32 (18) Rusty Wallace    Miller Genuine Draft/Ford      263  67 
33 (28) Harry Gant       Skoal Bandit/Chevrolet         257  64 Engine
34 ( 4) Geoff Bodine     Exide Batteries/Ford           247  66 Crash
35 (35) Robert Pressley  Manheim Auctions/Chevrolet     222  58 
36 (14) Brett Bodine     Quaker State/Ford              211  60 Engine
37 (11) Bobby Labonte    Maxwell House/Pontiac          211  52 
38 (43) Bill Elliott     Budweiser/Ford                 203  49 Oil Pump
39 ( 1) Greg Sacks       US Air/Ford                    161  51 
40 (13) Sterling Marlin  Kodak Film/Chevrolet           155  43 Engine
41 (26) Ward Burton      Hardee's/Chevrolet             154  45 Valve
42 (17) Loy Allen        Hooters/Ford                   109  37 Crash
43 (32) Bobby Hillin     Fina Lube/Ford                  89  34 Engine

Busch Pole Award: Greg Sacks--185.830 mph

Time of Race: 3:21:05 Average Speed: 148.983 mph Margin of Victory: 3.420 seconds Cautions: 4 for 27 laps Lead Changes: 30 among 13 drivers

Lap Leaders: Cope 1 - 4 , Sacks 5 - 27 , G. Bodine 28 - 30 , Earnhardt 31 - 39 , Martin 40 , Earnhardt 41 - 45 , G. Bodine 46 - 74 , Sacks 75 , Martin 76 - 81 , G. Bodine 82 , Andretti 83 - 88 , W. Burton 89 - 116 , Speed 117 - 122 , Martin 123 - 126 , Mast 127 - 135 , M. Wallace 136 - 145 , B. Bodine 146 - 153 , Martin 154 , Speed 155 - 168 , Earnhardt 169 - 172 , M. Wallace 173 - 175 , T. Bodine 176 - 191 , Martin 192 - 201 , Andretti 202 - 204 , T. Bodine 205 - 226 , Martin 227 - 244 , Hensley 245 - 246 , Martin 247 - 298 , T. Bodine 299 - 301 , Martin 302 - 328

Total Laps Led: Mark Martin 119 , Todd Bodine 41 , Geoff Bodine 33 , Ward Burton 28 , Greg Sacks 24 , Lake Speed 20 , Dale Earnhardt 18 , Mike Wallace 13 , John Andretti 9 , Rick Mast 9 , Brett Bodine 8 , Derrike Cope 4 , Jimmy Hensley 2 Pat Campbell Huntsville, AL campbell@sauron.msfc.nasa.gov

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