Final Daytona test results

1995 FINAL CUMULATIVE NASCAR WINSTON CUP TESTING SPEEDS* Daytona International Speedway -- as of 1-25-95 DRIVER (CAR ...

Final Daytona test results

1995 FINAL CUMULATIVE NASCAR WINSTON CUP TESTING SPEEDS* Daytona International Speedway -- as of 1-25-95

DRIVER (CAR #) DATE TIME SPEED

Michael Waltrip (#30 Pont.)1-25 46.68 secs 192.802 mph Dale Jarrett (#28 Ford) 1-18 46.74 192.555 Joe Nemechek (#87 Chev.) 1-25 46.75 192.513 Sterling Marlin (#4 Chev.) 1-24 46.77 192.431 Darrell Waltrip (#17 Chev.)1-25 46.88 191.980 Jeff Gordon (#24 Chev.) 1-24 46.89 191.939 Robert Pressley (#33 Chev.)1-12 46.90 191.898 Rusty Wallace (#2 Ford) 1-18 46.90 191.898 Terry Labonte (#5 Chev.) 1-25 46.92 191.816 Morgan Shepherd (#21 Ford) 1-16 46.95 191.693 Phil Parsons (#19 Ford) 1-18 46.96 191.652 Steve Kinser (#26 Ford) 1-16 46.97 191.612 Mark Martin (#6 Ford) 1-17 46.99 191.530 Bill Elliott (#94 Ford) 1-16 47.01 191.449 Jeff Purvis (#44 Chev.) 1-24 47.07 191.205 Dale Earnhardt (#3 Chev.) 1-25 47.07 191.205 Mike Wallace (#90 Ford) 1-18 47.10 191.083 Geoff Bodine (#7 Ford) 1-18 47.10 191.083 Bobby Labonte (#18 Chev.) 1-24 47.13 190.961 Ken Bouchard (#67 Ford) 1-18 47.17 190.799 Kyle Petty (#42 Pont.) 1-23 47.17 190.799 Ted Musgrave (#16 Ford) 1-5 47.18 190.759 Derrike Cope (#12 Ford) 1-17 47.20 190.678 Rick Mast (#1 Ford) 1-18 47.22 190.597 Randy LaJoie (#22 Pont.) 1-25 47.22 190.597 Brett Bodine (#11 Ford) 1-4 47.23 190.557 Jimmy Hensley (#3 Chev.) 1-23 47.27 190.396 Steve Grissom (#29 Chev.) 1-25 47.27 190.396 Kenny Schrader (#25 Chev.) 1-11 47.28 190.355 Davy Jones (#77 Ford) 1-17 47.30 190.275 Kenny Wallace (#81 Ford) 1-18 47.30 190.275 Bobby Hamilton (#43 Pont.) 1-25 47.33 190.154 Lake Speed (#9 Ford) 1-5 47.37 189.994 Ricky Rudd (#10 Ford) 1-18 47.37 189.994 Joe Ruttman (#80 Ford) 1-18 47.39 189.913 Greg Sacks (#40 Pont.) 1-12 47.40 189.873 Dave Marcis (#71 Chev.) 1-23 47.40 189.873 Dick Trickle (#15 Ford) 1-17 47.41 189.833 Jeff Burton (#8 Ford) 1-17 47.45 189.673 Gary Bradberry (#52 Ford) 1-17 47.46 189.633 Todd Bodine (#75 Ford) 1-18 47.50 189.474 John Andretti (#37 Ford) 1-18 47.51 189.434 Loy Allen (#27 Ford) 1-4 47.53 189.354 Jimmy Spencer (#23 Ford) 1-4 47.53 189.354 Ward Burton (#31 Chev.) 1-12 47.56 189.235 Tim Fedewa (#55 Ford) 1-18 47.60 189.076 Chad Little (#97 Ford) 1-17 47.63 188.957 Jeremy Mayfield (#98 Ford) 1-18 47.65 188.877 Mike Chase (#32 Chev.) 1-25 47.65 188.877 Scott Brayton (#14 Pont.) 1-23 47.68 188.758 Ritchie Petty (#53 Ford) 1-17 47.72 188.600 Ricky Craven (#41 Chev.) 1-24 47.75 188.482 Ronnie Sanders (#62 Ford) 1-16 47.86 188.048 Shawna Robinson (#99 Ford) 1-6 47.93 187.774 Mark Stahl (#82 Ford) 1-18 47.97 187.617 Bobby Hillin (#20 Ford) 1-18 47.98 187.578 Kerry Teague (#13 Chev.) 1-24 47.98 187.578 Phil Barkdoll (#73 Ford) 1-18 48.15 186.916 Glenn Allen Jr. (#55 Ford) 1-17 48.50 185.567 Mark Thompson (#66 Ford) 1-17 48.55 185.376 Henry Wallace (#91 Chev.) 1-25 48.69 184.843 Jeff Wood (#55 Ford) 1-17 48.85 184.237 Charlie Baker (#93 Chev.) 1-24 49.04 183.524 Delma Cowart (#0 Ford) 1-17 50.00 180.000 Jerry Hill (#56 Chev.) 1-24 51.02 176.401

*Randomly hand timed and from various sources.

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