Talladega II Official race results

<pre> Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 13 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 185 10 188 ...

Talladega II Official race results
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<pre> Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 13 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 185 10 188 $166,040 Running 2. 3 20 Tony Stewart Pontiac 170 188 $152,258 Running 3. 10 28 Ricky Rudd Ford 170 5 188 $134,972 Running 4. 11 97 Kurt Busch Ford 165 5 188 $86,665 Running 5. 17 30 Jeff Green Chevrolet 155 188 $68,265 Running 6. 35 1 Steve Park Chevrolet 150 188 $91,600 Running 7. 7 12 Ryan Newman * Ford 151 5 188 $83,925 Running 8. 15 15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet 147 5 188 $64,550 Running 9. 12 88 Dale Jarrett Ford 138 188 $87,825 Running 10. 28 22 Ward Burton Dodge 134 188 $99,300 Running 11. 14 99 Jeff Burton Ford 135 5 188 $95,117 Running 12. 20 31 Robby Gordon Chevrolet 132 5 188 $80,121 Running 13. 6 2 Rusty Wallace Ford 124 188 $93,805 Running 14. 8 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 126 5 188 $67,295 Running 15. 16 32 Ricky Craven Ford 123 5 188 $64,885 Running 16. 22 45 Kyle Petty Dodge 115 188 $52,725 Running 17. 32 23 Scott Wimmer Dodge 112 188 $52,285 Running 18. 30 43 JohnAndretti Dodge 109 188 $79,233 Running 19. 9 9 Bill Elliott Dodge 106 188 $77,656 Running 20. 26 19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge 108 5 188 $61,805 Running 21. 24 41 Jimmy Spencer Dodge 100 188 $63,810 Running 22. 42 49 Stacy Compton Dodge 97 188 $51,690 Running 23. 33 26 Todd Bodine Ford 94 187 $74,907 Running 24. 40 44 Jerry Nadeau Dodge 91 187 $59,825 Running 25. 18 18 Bobby Labonte Pontiac 88 187 $92,033 Running 26. 5 40 Jamie McMurray Dodge 85 187 $88,012 Running 27. 19 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 87 5 186 $91,288 Running 28. 37 4 Mike Skinner Chevrolet 79 186 $56,839 Running 29. 41 11 Brett Bodine Ford 76 186 $48,190 Running 30. 2 6 Mark Martin Ford 73 186 $82,363 Running 31. 21 77 Dave Blaney Ford 70 186 $55,445 Running 32. 29 55 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 67 186 $52,860 Running 33. 36 33 Kenny Wallace Chevrolet 64 185 $44,775 Running 34. 39 7 Casey Atwood Dodge 61 185 $44,715 Running 35. 38 14 Mike Wallace Pontiac 58 185 $44,675 Running 36. 27 21 Elliott Sadler Ford 55 174 $52,625 Running 37. 1 48 Jimmie Johnson * Chevrolet 52 173 $44,575 Running 38. 23 5 Terry Labonte Chevrolet 49 164 $73,358 Engine 39. 34 25 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet 46 155 $52,450 Engine 40. 25 10 Johnny Benson Pontiac 43 148 $71,125 Engine 41. 31 36 Ken Schrader Pontiac 40 137 $52,330 Engine 42. 4 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 42 5 125 $107,258 Engine 43. 43 71 Jay Sauter Chevrolet 34 46 $44,482 Accident </pre> Prior to the start of the EA Sports 500, the following driver dropped back from his original starting position to the rear of the field: Scott Wimmer (#23-engine change).

 TIME OF RACE: 2 hours, 43 minutes, 22 seconds AVERAGE SPEED: 183.665 mph RACE RECORD MARGIN OF VICTORY: .118 second 
 BUD POLE AWARD: None, qualifying was rained out EA SPORTS MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Budweiser Chevrolet GATORADE FRONT RUNNER AWARD: Jeff Gordon, DuPont Chevrolet INFOGRAMES PIT STRATEGY AWARD: Tony Eury Sr., Budweiser Chevrolet NASCAR WINSTON CUP LEADER BONUS: $260,000 at Charlotte NASCAR WINSTON CUP ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Ryan Newman, ALLTEL/Mobil 1 Ford OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE BLOOMIN' FAVORITE AWARD: Ricky Rudd, Havoline Ford TRUE VALUE DRIVER OF THE RACE AWARD: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Budweiser Chevrolet WASTE MANAGEMENT PICKING UP PLACES AWARD: Stacy Compton, BAM Racing Dodge 

CAUTION FLAGS: None

LAP LEADERS: 35 lead changes among 12 drivers. Jimmie Johnson-pole, Jeff Gordon 1-3, Matt Kenseth 4-17, Dale Earnhardt Jr. 18-26, Jeremy Mayfield 27, J. Gordon 28, Ricky Craven 29-31, Kenseth 32, J. Gordon 33-34, Earnhardt Jr. 35, Michael Waltrip 36, J. Gordon 37-39, Kurt Busch 40-42, J. Gordon 43-47, Kevin Harvick 48-50, Busch 51-58, Jeff Burton 59-67, Busch 68-70, Earnhardt Jr. 71-73, Ricky Rudd 74, Busch 75-91, J. Gordon 92-97, Earnhardt Jr. 98, J. Gordon 99-102, Busch 103-104, Waltrip 105-108, Earnhardt Jr 109-111, Waltrip 112-115, J. Gordon 116-117, Ryan Newman 118-119, J. Gordon 120, Newman 121, Robby Gordon 122-142, Busch 143-144, Waltrip 145-149, Earnhardt Jr. 150-188.

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