Talladega II: Race results

Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 2 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 190 5 188 226,450 ...

Talladega II: Race results
 Pos St No Driver Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings Status --- --- --- -------------------- --------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ------------ 1. 2 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 190 5 188 226,450 Running 2. 14 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 175 5 188 201,999 Running 3. 1 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 170 5 188 186,379 Running 4. 21 00 David Reutimann Toyota 165 5 188 147,654 Running 5. 25 20 Joey Logano Toyota 160 5 188 148,638 Running 6. 18 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 155 5 188 99,425 Running 7. 19 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 151 5 188 144,093 Running 8. 31 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 147 5 188 137,899 Running 9. 17 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 143 5 188 102,775 Running 10. 11 12 Brad Keselowski Dodge 139 5 188 115,308 Running 11. 30 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet 135 5 188 107,225 Running 12. 39 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 127 188 90,950 Running 13. 38 98 Paul Menard Ford 129 5 188 90,475 Running 14. 33 19 Elliott Sadler Ford 126 5 188 89,075 Running 15. 10 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 123 5 188 88,200 Running 16. 27 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 120 5 188 130,099 Running 17. 23 99 Carl Edwards Ford 117 5 188 115,371 Running 18. 42 7 Robby Gordon Toyota 109 188 102,458 Running 19. 34 16 Greg Biffle Ford 106 188 86,125 Running 20. 37 9 Aric Almirola Ford 108 5 188 118,938 Running 21. 28 6 David Ragan Ford 100 188 85,375 Running 22. 22 71 Chad McCumbee Chevrolet 97 188 76,675 Running 23. 8 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 94 188 112,427 Running 24. 9 13 Casey Mears Toyota 91 188 76,025 Running 25. 32 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 93 5 188 127,429 Running 26. 16 83 Kasey Kahne Toyota 90 5 188 114,571 Running 27. 4 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 87 5 188 73,625 Running 28. 20 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota 84 5 188 72,225 Running 29. 29 82 Scott Speed Toyota 76 188 94,196 Running 30. 3 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 78 5 188 119,421 Running 31. 26 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 70 188 112,721 Running 32. 36 43 A.J. Allmendinger Ford 67 187 111,949 Accident 33. 40 37 David Gilliland Ford 64 187 89,471 Running 34. 35 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota 66 5 187 94,321 Running 35. 15 46 Michael McDowell Chevrolet 58 186 71,025 Running 36. 12 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 60 5 183 109,052 Running 37. 41 34 Robert Richardson Jr Ford 52 180 70,750 Running 38. 24 09 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet 49 172 70,625 Engine 39. 6 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 56 10 163 78,500 Running 40. 43 26 Bill Elliott Ford 43 140 78,360 Accident 41. 5 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 45 5 133 105,893 Accident 42. 7 36 Dave Blaney Chevrolet 37 12 70,075 Transmission 43. 13 197 Jeff Fuller Toyota 34 2 70,456 Rear Gear 

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