Watkins Glen Starting Grid

>From NASCAR Public Relations Watkins Glen International NASCAR Winston Cup Series 1996 Race No. 20 Starting Grid Ps Car Driver Sponsor Make Time Speed 1 3 Dale Earnhardt GM Goodwrench ...

Watkins Glen Starting Grid

>From NASCAR Public Relations

Watkins Glen International NASCAR Winston Cup Series 1996 Race No. 20 Starting Grid

Ps Car Driver Sponsor Make Time Speed

 1 3 Dale Earnhardt GM Goodwrench Service Chevrolet 73.054 120.733 2 88 Dale Jarrett Ford Quality Care Ford 73.271 120.375 3 10 Ricky Rudd Tide Ford 73.303 120.322 4 5 Terry Labonte Kellogg's Corn Flakes Chevrolet 73.347 120.250 5 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Refinishes Chevrolet 73.543 119.930 6 2 Rusty Wallace Miller Ford 73.550 119.918 7 28 Ernie Irvan Texaco/Havoline Ford 73.554 119.912 8 21 Michael Waltrip Citgo Ford 73.693 119.686 9 87 Joe Nemechek Burger King Chevrolet 73.693 119.686 10 6 Mark Martin Valvoline Ford 73.698 119.678 11 25 Ken Schrader Budweiser Chevrolet 73.783 119.540 12 11 Brett Bodine Lowe's Ford 73.997 119.194 13 7 Geoff Bodine QVC Ford 74.062 119.089 14 18 Bobby Labonte Interstate Batteries Chevrolet 74.073 119.072 15 37 John Andretti Kmart/Little Caesars Ford 74.118 118.999 16 42 Kyle Petty Coors Light Pontiac 74.195 118.876 17 29 Butch Leitzinger Cartoon Network Chevrolet 74.201 118.866 18 9 Lake Speed Spam Ford 74.216 118.842 19 94 Bill Elliott McDonald's Ford 74.254 118.781 20 33 Robert Pressley Skoal Bandit Chevrolet 74.277 118.745 21 22 Ward Burton MBNA America Pontiac 74.428 118.504 22 16 Ted Musgrave The Family Channel Ford 74.435 118.493 23 99 Jeff Burton Exide Batteries Ford 74.475 118.429 24 1 Rick Mast Hooters Pontiac 74.570 118.278 25 81 Kenny Wallace Square D Ford 74.574 118.272 26 77 Bobby Hillin Jasper Engines Ford 74.466 118.443 27 4 Sterling Marlin Kodak Chevrolet 74.503 118.384 28 17 Darrell Waltrip Parts America Chevrolet 74.578 118.265 29 98 Jeremy Mayfield RCA Ford 74.587 118.251 30 43 Bobby Hamilton STP Pontiac 74.741 118.008 31 15 Wally Dallenbach Hayes Modems Ford 74.774 117.955 32 12 Derrike Cope Badcock Home Furnishing Ford 74.795 117.922 33 23 Jimmy Spencer Camel Cigarettes Ford 74.871 117.803 34 90 Dick Trickle Heilig-Meyers Ford 74.925 117.718 35 8 Hut Stricklin Circuit City Ford 75.421 116.944 36 30 Johnny Benson Pennzoil Pontiac 75.489 116.838 37 41 Ricky Craven Kodiak Chevrolet Provisional 38 75 Morgan Shepherd Remington Arms Ford Provisional 39 71 Dave Marcis Prodigy Chevrolet Provisional 

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