Phoenix II: Race results

Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 1 99 Carl Edwards Ford 190 5 312 247,098 ...

Phoenix II: Race results
 Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 1 99 Carl Edwards Ford 190 5 312 247,098 Running 2. 18 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 170 312 190,529 Running 3. 10 20 Joey Logano Toyota 165 312 165,690 Running 4. 4 16 Greg Biffle Ford 160 312 119,550 Running 5. 21 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 155 312 160,303 Running 6. 29 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 150 312 140,951 Running 7. 15 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 151 5 312 130,101 Running 8. 28 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 142 312 103,725 Running 9. 3 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 143 5 312 128,148 Running 10. 5 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 134 312 114,954 Running 11. 22 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 130 312 121,251 Running 12. 17 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 137 10 312 103,300 Running 13. 7 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 129 5 312 119,881 Running 14. 31 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 121 312 81,975 Running 15. 11 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 118 312 73,950 Running 16. 35 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 115 312 108,081 Running 17. 20 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 112 312 107,548 Running 18. 2 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 109 312 109,251 Running 19. 40 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 106 312 105,990 Running 20. 26 09 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 108 5 311 72,875 Running 21. 14 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 100 311 78,525 Running 22. 13 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota 97 311 96,823 Running 23. 8 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 94 311 78,025 Running 24. 24 13 Casey Mears Toyota 91 311 70,725 Running 25. 12 6 David Ragan Ford 88 310 78,400 Running 26. 6 00 David Reutimann Toyota 85 310 99,731 Running 27. 9 9 Aric Almirola Ford 82 310 108,590 Running 28. 23 19 Elliott Sadler Ford 79 310 76,950 Running 29. 19 98 Paul Menard Ford 76 310 76,825 Running 30. 25 83 Kasey Kahne Toyota 73 310 107,148 Running 31. 33 26 J.J. Yeley Ford 70 309 78,575 Running 32. 16 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 67 309 73,400 Running 33. 34 7 Robby Gordon Toyota 64 308 82,798 Running 34. 38 38 Travis Kvapil Ford 61 308 83,910 Running 35. 27 82 Scott Speed Toyota 58 307 79,598 Running 36. 42 34 Tony Raines Ford 55 306 64,875 Running 37. 32 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 52 306 64,750 Running 38. 37 37 David Gilliland Ford 49 274 76,698 Brakes 39. 36 55 Mike Bliss Toyota 46 193 64,500 Overheating 40. 39 164 Landon Cassill Toyota 43 191 64,350 Rear Gear 41. 43 81 Terry Labonte Dodge 40 190 64,190 Electrical 42. 30 12 Brad Keselowski Dodge 37 58 90,825 Accident 43. 41 71 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 34 1 64,447 Accident 

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