Contents 1 Report 1.1 Background 1.2 Practice and qualification 1.3 Race 1.3.1 Opening laps 1.3.2 Mid-distance 1.3.3 Final laps 1.4 Post-race 2 Results 2.1 Qualifying 2.2 Race results 3 Standings after the race 4 References


Report[edit] Background[edit] Lowe's Motor Speedway, where the race was held The Bank of America 500 was the 31st of 36 scheduled stock car races of the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, and the fifth in the ten-race season-ending Chase for the Nextel Cup. It was held on October 14, 2006, in Concord, North Carolina, at Lowe's Motor Speedway (now called Charlotte Motor Speedway),[2] one of ten intermediate tracks to hold NASCAR races; the others are Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway, Darlington Raceway, Homestead-Miami Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and Texas Motor Speedway.[5] The standard track at Lowe's Motor Speedway is a four-turn, 1.5-mile (2.4 km)-long, quad-oval track. The track's turns are banked at twenty-four degrees; both the front stretch (the location of the finish line) and the back stretch (opposite the front) have a five-degree banking.[6] Before the race, Jeff Burton led the Drivers' Championship with 5,598 points, with Matt Kenseth sixth points behind in second, and Mark Martin was a further four adrift in third. Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin were fourth and fifth. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, and Kyle Busch rounded out the top ten drivers competing in the 2006 Chase for the Nextel Cup.[7] Johnson was the race's defending champion.[8] Chevrolet was leading the Manufacturers' Championship with 231 points; Dodge was second with 180, and Ford was a close third with 179.[9] NASCAR mandated that teams use a 13.8-US-gallon (52 l; 11.5 imp gal) fuel cell for the second time in the season so there would be fewer laps between pit stops and more tire changes could occur.[10] Tire supplier Goodyear brought a supply of new right-hand tires,[11] which were tested at the track on August 29 with drivers Joe Nemechek and Kurt Busch. The duo believed Goodyear had rectified problems with harder-compound tires that were raised at the previous round at Charlotte (the Coca-Cola 600).[12] After he was rammed by his teammate Brian Vickers in the preceding UAW-Ford 500, Johnson said the expectations for him to succeed at Lowe's Motor Speedway were high and hoped the track's surface would be more predictable than the last race at Charlotte.[13] Martin said he was in the best position that he had been in for several years to win the championship, and spoke of his waning interest in looking at race results.[14] Having secured one top-ten finish in the season's first four Chase for the Nextel Cup races, Earnhardt stated he need to secure a top-five finishing position, and was determined to get his team more involved in the championship battle.[15] Gordon had driven well at the circuit, but without finishing. His team brought the car he drove to victory in the season's 18th race at Chicagoland Speedway. Gordon felt it would help him at intermediate tracks and get him back into championship contention.[16] Although Kahne had a poor start in the Chase, he rectified this by finishing second at Talladega Superspeedway. He believed the momentum would be carried into Charlotte and stated he would push hard to win races.[17] One team made its début at the race. Red Bull Racing Team elected to start operations early as part of a warm-up exercise to running a full-time schedule in 2007 with the 1988 NASCAR Winston Cup Series champion Bill Elliott driving the No. 83 car. Elliott would attempt to qualify the car at three races towards the end of the year. He said that his decision to join Red Bull was because of the organization's willingness to become competitive. Elliott stated that he was required to qualify the car for the race and move up the field, and provide input that would allow the team to be prepared for the 2007 Daytona 500.[18] Practice and qualification[edit] Scott Riggs (pictured in 2008) had the third pole position of his career. Three practice sessions were held before the Sunday race, one each on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The first practice session lasted 90 minutes, the second 60 minutes, and the third 50 minutes.[1] Kahne set the fastest time in the first practice session with a lap of 28.834 seconds; Scott Riggs was second, and Kurt Busch third. Elliott Sadler took fourth position, and Martin placed fifth. Johnson, Nemechek, Martin Truex Jr., Jeff Green, and Hamlin rounded out the session's top-ten fastest drivers.[19] Although 52 cars were entered in the qualifier,[20] according to NASCAR's qualifying procedure, only 43 could race. Each driver was limited to two timed laps, with the starting order determined by the competitor's fastest times.[1] Riggs clinched the third pole position of his career, and his third consecutive at Lowe's Motor Speedway, with a fastest time of 28.203 seconds. He was joined on the grid's front row by Kahne, his Evernham Motorsports teammate, who held the pole position until Riggs' lap.[21] Kurt Busch originally qualified in third, but his car's right-rear shock absorber was found to have violated NASCAR regulations during the post-qualifying inspection because it did not bounce back. Busch was required to start from 42nd position after using a provisional.[22] Hence, Casey Mears inherited third, Sadler fourth, and Harvick fifth. Burton, Martin, Clint Bowyer, Reed Sorenson and Johnson rounded out the top ten qualifiers. Kenseth, a Chase for the Nextel Cup driver, qualified eleventh, while Earnhardt took 16th and Kyle Busch 18th.[21] The nine drivers who failed to qualify were Elliott, Kevin Lepage, Derrike Cope, Chad Chaffin, Hermie Sadler, Kirk Shelmerdine, Kenny Wallace (who crashed on his first timed lap),[23] Morgan Shepherd (who withdrew due to a lack of preparation),[24] and Carl Long (who crashed while attempting to record a timed lap).[23] After the qualifier Riggs said that his team knew his car was decent, and revealed that his team wanted to get back into a rhythm of starting and finishing in a top position.[21] On Friday afternoon Kyle Busch was fastest in the second practice session with a time of 29.378 seconds, ahead of Kahne and Robby Gordon. Bowyer was fourth-fastest; Johnson was fifth and Truex sixth. Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch, Burton, and Martin followed in the top ten. Of the other drivers in the Chase, Edwards was eleventh-fastest, Hamlin set the twelfth-fastest time, and Harvick was fifteenth.[25] Ryan Newman crashed and switched to a back-up car.[1] Later, on Saturday afternoon, Earnhardt paced the final practice session with a time of 29.357; Kyle Busch was second and Hamlin third. Kahne was fourth-fastest, ahead of Johnson and Bowyer. Biffle was seventh-fastest, Truex eighth, Riggs ninth, and Robby Gordon tenth. Other Chase drivers included Jeff Gordon in thirteenth and Burton in fifteenth; all were within three-tenths of a second of Earnhardt's time.[26] Race[edit] Opening laps[edit] Live television coverage of the race on NBC began at 7:04 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.[27] Around the start of the race, weather conditions were sunny with an air temperature of 64 °F (18 °C) which was forecast to drop as the event progressed.[27][28] Dr. William K. Thierfelder, president of Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, North Carolina, began pre-race ceremonies with an invocation. American Idol contestant and country music singer Kellie Pickler performed the national anthem, and Mickey Jackson, the winner of a sponsored Grand Marshal contest, along with his five-year-old son Kalob, commanded the drivers to start their engines. During the pace laps, Ryan Newman moved to the rear of the field because he switched to a back-up car.[1] Dale Earnhardt Jr. (pictured in 2012) led a total of 37 laps. The race started at 7:21 p.m.[27] Kahne accelerated faster than teammate Riggs off the line, and was ahead of him by the second turn.[28] The first caution of the race was given one lap later when Todd Bodine collided with Robby Gordon in the tri-oval. Gordon slid but regained control of his car with Bodine slowing. This triggered a multi-car accident that involved Mike Bliss hitting the rear of Hamlin's car sending him spinning down the front stretch which then involved Mike Skinner, Truex, Jeff Gordon, Jamie McMurray, Kyle Petty, J. J. Yeley, Travis Kvapil, David Gilliland, Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch, Newman, and Nemechek. The incident blocked the track temporarily.[1][28] Hamlin drove back to his garage where his team repaired his car.[27] Kahne led the field at the lap-nine restart,[28] followed by Riggs and Mears.[27] As the field drove through the first turn, a caution was issued immediately, because three safety vehicles were on the track as crew members did not hear there would be another lap added before racing resumed.[27][28][29] All laps were counted towards the first caution.[1] Several cars elected to make pit stops under caution. Stewart made repairs to his car's body which had been damaged in the lap two crash. Kahne maintained the top position at the lap twelve restart, with teamate Riggs in second. Riggs reclaimed the first position from Kahne on the 13th lap; after starting from 41st, Jeff Gordon moved up to 22nd position by lap 15.[28] Two laps later, Dave Blaney spun after leaving turn four and hit the outside barrier with his car's left-rear quarter, triggering the second caution. Most of the field, including Riggs, chose to make pit stops for fuel and tires.[1][27] Tony Raines decided not to make a pit stop and led the field back up to speed at the lap-22 restart,[28] ahead of Newman, McMurray, Terry Labonte, and Riggs.[27] On the 23rd lap, Riggs and Kahne got ahead of Labonte for fourth and fifth positions. Riggs passed McMurray for third one lap later, and Kahne got ahead of McMurray for fourth on lap 25. Newman fell to fourth place when Riggs and Kahne passed him two laps later. Riggs passed Raines for the lead on the 30th lap, while Kahne moved into second place.[28] Truex hit the wall on the same lap but no caution was shown.[1] On lap 33, Sorenson ran into the rear of Dale Jarrett's car, which spun backwards into the turn four wall, prompting the third caution. Jarrett retired from the race when he drove into his garage. All drivers elected to make pit stops for fuel under caution. Riggs maintained his lead at the lap-39 restart, followed by Kahne and Bowyer. Johnson got ahead of Sadler to move into eighth on lap 44.[28] On lap 46, a fourth caution was given; after leaving turn two, Todd Kluever was hit by teammate Greg Biffle and spun on the backstretch, causing Ken Schrader and Petty to collide with Kluever. Michael Waltrip hit the wall in avoidance.[1] Most drivers (including Riggs) chose to make pit stops for fuel. Earnhardt led at the lap-53 restart with the non-stopping cars of Edwards, Newman, Biffle and Sorenson following him. Riggs moved back into third place on lap 59 after passing Biffle and Newman. By lap 66, Earnhardt held a 1.78-second advantage over Edwards. Two laps later, Riggs passed Edwards to take over second place. Riggs closed the gap to Earnhardt, and was 1.5 seconds behind by lap 75. Green-flag pit stops began three laps later, with Earnhardt stopping on lap 79, giving the lead back to Riggs. Kahne and Riggs made pit stops on the 85th lap for scuffed right-hand tires.[28] Mid-distance[edit] After the pit stops, which concluded on lap 91, Riggs reclaimed the first position. Kahne closed the gap to teammate Riggs, who was holding a lead of four-tenths of a second, by lap 95. One lap later, Kahne passed Riggs (who complained his car had too much understeer) for first place. Earnhardt moved into second when he passed Riggs on the 100th lap.[28] Lap 105 saw the fifth caution; Waltrip lost control of his car and hit the turn four outside wall, causing him to spin while attempting to make a pit stop for fuel.[1][27] During the caution, all drivers again made pit stops. Kahne maintained the lead at the lap-110 restart, followed by Earnhardt and Bowyer. Gordon passed Bowyer to claim third position one lap later. Bowyer lost two further positions when Burton and Johnson overtook him on the 115th lap.[28] A sixth caution was prompted on the following lap when Kurt Busch spun leaving turn two and hit the inside wall on the backstretch; while attempting to avoid Busch, Sorenson lost control in turn two, and went towards the inside backstretch wall.[1][27][28] Most of the leaders, including Kahne, made pit stops for fuel. Harvick and Kahne avoided a collision on pit road. Sadler led the field at the lap-121 restart, followed by Raines and Robby Gordon. Raines passed Sadler to reclaim the lead two laps later,[28] while Sadler drove back to pit road with engine problems on lap 125.[27] Kasey Kahne (pictured in 2009) won the race after passing Jimmie Johnson with twenty-four laps remaining. Kahne moved up into second place by lap 132 after passing Jeff Gordon, Earnhardt, and Robby Gordon. Johnson got ahead of Robby Gordon for fourth place one lap later. Kahne moved back into the lead after passing Raines on the backstretch on lap 138, while Johnson moved into second on the following lap.[28] The second round of green-flag pit stops commenced on lap 143, when Robby Gordon made a pit stop for right-side tires and car adjustments.[27] Kahne and Riggs stopped on lap 154. Jeff Gordon and Johnson made similar stops over the next three laps. Following the pit stops, Kahne reclaimed the lead after battling with Raines.[28] A seventh caution was given three laps later when Gilliland spun in turn two and contacted the inside wall heavily. He drove to his garage to retire.[1] Most of the leaders, including Kahne, made pit stops. Sterling Marlin stayed out and led at the lap-168 restart, ahead of Johnson.[28] That same lap, Marlin lost the lead when Johnson passed him on the backstretch,[27] and Kahne moved ahead of Marlin for second on lap 169. Martin got ahead of Earnhardt for fifth position ten laps later. By lap 180, Johnson held a 1.4-second lead over Kahne. Gordon passed Martin for third on lap 182, while Edwards overtook Kyle Busch for seventh two laps later. Upfront, Kahne closed the gap to be six-tenths of a second behind Johnson by the 188th lap.[28] Final laps[edit] The third round of green-flag pit stops began on lap 199; Johnson stopped on lap 203, while Earnhardt made a pit stop on the following lap. After the pit stops, Kahne retook the lead. Johnson drove to the track's inside at turn three and passed Kahne for the lead on lap 211 and started to pull away from the rest of the field.[28] Bowyer drove to his garage on lap 216 for a transmission change because he had lost the use of third gear.[1][28] Jeff Gordon had closed the gap to Kahne by lap 229. Green-flag pit stops again started six laps later when Kahne made a pit stop from second place. Johnson took on four tires at his stop on lap 239, handing the lead to Jeff Gordon, who ceded it to Earnhardt two laps later. Martin's pit crew dropped a lug nut which resulted him remaining stationary for 21.7 seconds. Burton stalled his car which required his crew to push him to the end of pit road.[27][28] An eighth caution was triggered on lap 242 when Yeley attempted to drive down pit road, and Martin was approaching him. Martin tried to avoid Yeley by steering left onto the turn four apron but made contact with him. Martin then spun and went hard into the tri-oval wall; his car went airborne. Robby Gordon could not avoid the melee and hit Yeley. Gordon consequently spun into the front stretch grass but continued.[1][27][28] Earnhardt made a pit stop on lap 244, followed by Kahne on the following lap. Edwards gained the lead and maintained it at the lap-252 restart, followed by Earnhardt and Kahne. Five laps later, Kahne passed Edwards to reclaim the lead as they came across slower cars and began to pull away. Debris was located on the track on lap 276, necessitating the race's ninth caution. The leaders elected to make pit stops during the caution.[28] Kahne maintained his lead at the lap-281 restart and pulled away from Earnhardt. Jeff Gordon passed Nemechek to move into fourth place on the following lap. Jeff Gordon's engine failed after he crossed the start-finish line on lap 302, triggering the race's final caution. The leaders, including Kahne, made pit stops for fuel under caution. Johnson led the field at the lap-307 restart, ahead of Kahne, Earnhardt and Burton. Kahne turned right to the track's outside and passed Johnson around the inside in turn one for the lead on the 309th lap. Burton (who felt a vibration from his car) passed Earnhardt to take over third position seven laps later. Kahne increased his advantage over Johnson in the remaining seventeen laps to win the race and became the eighth driver to win both points races at Lowe's Motor Speedway in a calendar year.[1][27][28] Johnson finished second, ahead of Burton in third, Earnhardt was fourth and Bobby Labonte fifth. Kyle Busch, Raines, Edwards, Nemechek, and Vickers rounded out the top ten. The race had a total of ten cautions and thirty-four lead changes by thirteen different drivers. Kahne led eight times for a total of 134 laps, more than any other competitor.[2] The win was the seventh of Kahne's Cup Series career and the last of a series-high six victories he posted in 2006.[30] Post-race[edit] Kahne appeared in victory lane in front of the crowd of 170,000 to celebrate his sixth win of the season,[2] which earned him $305,889.[31] Kahne was delighted with his victory and thanked the people who worked on his car's transmission and rear: "We had a great car. It was unbelievable all night. I slammed it into second gear at the end of pit road one time and I thought I had to break something. This isn't the special car. This car's been good two other times this year, but it went to waste. It's just an awesome team."[32] Second-place finisher Johnson said he finished the event where he ran in its duration: “I only made up ten points. But ten points is ten points.”[33] Third-place finisher Burton was happy to recover from a tire issue from the previous race at Talladega Superspeedway.[34] However, he was upset that he stalled his engine as he felt it cost him the chance of victory.[32] Burton also said his late-race vibration was enough to scare him and was glad the race ended because of the amount of shudder coming from his car: "I screamed, ‘We’ve got a wheel loose, we got a wheel loose’ and they said, we do not have a wheel loose, we know we got them tight."[33] Kurt Busch (pictured in 2015) was penalized 50 points because his team was found to have violated three NASCAR rules. Shortly after leaving his car, Martin stated his belief that it was not possible for him to clinch the championship: "They tell me a lot of people are having trouble anyway, but we didn't need to throw that away."[35] He said he was unaware that Yeley intended to make a pit stop and, from his viewpoint, it allowed Kenseth to pass him while Yeley was coming from the centre of the track.[35] Yeley said the pit stop was planned and signalled his intentions to Martin for over a mile. He felt Martin placed him in a position to hit the backstretch wall.[32] Hamlin said the first-lap crash that he was involved in was part of auto racing, and stated it was problematic being involved in difficulties in the Chase for the Nextel Cup: "We checked up and somebody else (Waltrip) didn't. I put myself back there in qualifying. We'll take our lumps and go on."[32] Seventh-place finisher Raines was happy to hold the first position for 28 laps saying it was "extra special" to lead a race at Charlotte.[33] Tom Bowles of Frontstretch opined that had the caution flag not been displayed for the three safety vehicles on lap nine, it could have resulted in "one of the most disastrous accidents in NASCAR history."[36] Johnson and Burton stated it was difficult to achieve a rhythm because of the small fuel cells mandated for the race and the hard-compound tires. Temperatures had been warmer than the previous day's Busch Series race and this gave the drivers more grip although sliding was observed during both events. McMurray noted it was difficult to drive alongside other cars and that other competitors drove cautiously.[37] Kenny Francis, Kahne's crew chief, stated that he preferred to see longer runs but was aware that safety had to be taken into consideration.[29] Four days after the race, Penske Racing South was given penalties for Kurt Busch's car. The penalties, for "actions detrimental to stock car racing"; "car, car parts, components and/or equipment that do not conform to NASCAR rules"; and a right rear shock absorber that did not compress, included a $25,000 fine and a two race suspension for crew chief Roy McCauley who was placed on probation until December 31, 2006.[38] Crew chief Matt Gimbel took over McCauley's role at the next race weekend.[39] Team owner Roger Penske and Kurt Busch were penalized 50 points in the Owners' and Drivers' Championships.[38] The following day, Penske Racing South announced it would not appeal the penalties.[40] The result kept Burton in the lead of the Drivers' Championship with 5,763 points, ahead of Kenseth, who had 5,718. Harvick moved into third with 5,674, thirteen points ahead of Martin who fell to fourth. Earnhardt moved in front of Hamlin for fifth, and Johnson, Kahne and Kyle Busch filled positions seven to nine.[41] After the race, Jeff Gordon (who fell to tenth) said he would try to win races to return to contention for the championship.[33] In the Manufacturers' Championship, Chevrolet maintained the lead with 237 points. Dodge remained in second with 189, six points ahead of Ford.[9] The race took three hours, forty-seven minutes and twenty-nine seconds to complete, and the margin of victory was 1.624 seconds.[31]


Results[edit] Qualifying[edit] Qualifying results Grid Car Driver Team Manufacturer Time Speed 1 10 Riggs, ScottScott Riggs Evernham Motorsports Dodge 28.203 191.469 2 9 Kahne, KaseyKasey Kahne Evernham Motorsports Dodge 28.392 190.194 3 42 Mears, CaseyCasey Mears Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 28.479 189.613 4 19 Sadler, ElliottElliott Sadler Evernham Motorsports Dodge 28.568 189.023 5 29 Harvick, KevinKevin Harvick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 28.611 188.739 6 31 Burton, JeffJeff Burton Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 28.636 188.574 7 6 Martin, MarkMark Martin Roush Racing Ford 28.636 188.574 8 07 Bowyer, ClintClint Bowyer Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 28.650 188.482 9 41 Sorenson, ReedReed Sorenson Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 28.687 188.239 10 48 Johnson, JimmieJimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 28.694 188.193 11 17 Kenseth, MattMatt Kenseth Roush Racing Ford 28.747 187.846 12 40 Stremme, DavidDavid Stremme Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 28.749 187.833 13 14 Marlin, SterlingSterling Marlin Ginn Racing Chevrolet 28.760 187.761 14 4 Bodine, ToddTodd Bodine Morgan-McClure Motorsports Chevrolet 28.765 187.728 15 12 Newman, RyanRyan Newman Penske Racing South Dodge 28.772 187.6821 16 8 Earnhardt Jr., DaleDale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 28.802 187.487 17 21 Schrader, KenKen Schrader Wood Brothers Racing Ford 28.832 187.292 18 5 Busch, KyleKyle Busch Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 28.833 187.285 19 7 Gordon, RobbyRobby Gordon Robby Gordon Motorsports Chevrolet 28.845 187.208 20 66 Green, JeffJeff Green Haas CNC Racing Chevrolet 28.849 187.182 21 43 Labonte, BobbyBobby Labonte Petty Enterprises Dodge 28.861 187.104 22 11 Hamlin, DennyDenny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 28.867 187.065 23 55 Waltrip, MichaelMichael Waltrip Waltrip-Jasper Racing Dodge 28.880 186.981 24 49 Bliss, MikeMike Bliss BAM Racing Dodge 28.896 186.877 25 25 Vickers, BrianBrian Vickers Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 28.923 186.703 26 1 Truex Jr., MartinMartin Truex Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 28.925 186.690 27 26 McMurray, JamieJamie McMurray Roush Racing Ford 28.929 186.664 28 99 Edwards, CarlCarl Edwards Roush Racing Ford 28.939 186.599 29 72 Skinner, MikeMike Skinner CJM Racing Chevrolet 28.961 186.458 30 01 Nemechek, JoeJoe Nemechek Ginn Racing Chevrolet 28.965 186.432 31 20 Stewart, TonyTony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 28.982 186.322 32 45 Petty, KyleKyle Petty Petty Enterprises Dodge 29.009 186.149 33 16 Biffle, GregGreg Biffle Roush Racing Ford 29.027 186.034 34 88 Jarrett, DaleDale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Ford 29.055 185.854 35 38 Gilliland, DavidDavid Gilliland Robert Yates Racing Ford 29.072 185.746 36 22 Blaney, DaveDave Blaney Bill Davis Racing Dodge 29.093 185.612 37 06 Kluever, ToddTodd Kluever Roush Racing Ford 29.119 185.446 38 32 Kvapil, TravisTravis Kvapil PPI Motorsports Chevrolet 29.122 185.427 39 96 Raines, TonyTony Raines Hall of Fame Racing Chevrolet 29.149 185.255 40 18 Yeley, J. J.J. J. Yeley Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 29.237 184.697 41 24 Gordon, JeffJeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 29.492 183.100 42 2 Busch, KurtKurt Busch Penske Racing South Dodge 28.462 189.7132 43 44 Labonte, TerryTerry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Champion's Provisional Failed to qualify 44 83 Elliott, BillBill Elliott Red Bull Racing Team Dodge 29.131 185.370 45 34 Lepage, KevinKevin Lepage Front Row Motorsports Chevrolet 29.182 185.076 46 74 Cope, DerrikeDerrike Cope McGlynn Racing Dodge 29.301 184.294 47 61 Chaffin, ChadChad Chaffin Front Row Motorsports Dodge 29.316 184.200 48 00 Sadler, HermieHermie Sadler MBA Racing Chevrolet 29.886 180.687 49 27 Shelmerdine, KirkKirk Shelmerdine Kirk Shelmerdine Racing Chevrolet 31.667 170.525 50 78 Wallace, KennyKenny Wallace Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet – – 51 89 Shepherd, MorganMorgan Shepherd Shepherd Racing Ventures Dodge – – 52 46 Long, CarlCarl Long Cupp Motorsports Dodge – – Source:[23] 1 Moved to the back of the field for switching to a back-up car 2 Moved from third to forty-second because of a car infringement Race results[edit] Race results Pos Grid Car Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Run Points 1 2 9 Kahne, KaseyKasey Kahne Evernham Motorsports Dodge 334 1902 2 10 48 Johnson, JimmieJimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 334 1751 3 6 31 Burton, JeffJeff Burton Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 334 165 4 16 8 Earnhardt Jr., DaleDale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 334 1651 5 21 43 Labonte, BobbyBobby Labonte Petty Enterprises Dodge 334 1601 6 18 5 Busch, KyleKyle Busch Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 334 1551 7 39 96 Raines, TonyTony Raines Hall of Fame Racing Chevrolet 334 1511 8 28 99 Edwards, CarlCarl Edwards Roush Racing Ford 334 1471 9 30 01 Nemechek, JoeJoe Nemechek Ginn Racing Chevrolet 334 138 10 25 25 Vickers, BrianBrian Vickers Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 334 134 11 13 14 Marlin, SterlingSterling Marlin Ginn Racing Chevrolet 334 1351 12 3 42 Mears, CaseyCasey Mears Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 333 127 13 31 29 Stewart, TonyTony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 333 124 14 11 17 Kenseth, MattMatt Kenseth Roush Racing Ford 332 1261 15 12 40 Stremme, DavidDavid Stremme Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 332 118 16 20 66 Green, JeffJeff Green Haas CNC Racing Chevrolet 332 115 17 1 10 Riggs, ScottScott Riggs Evernham Motorsports Dodge 332 1171 18 5 29 Harvick, KevinKevin Harvick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 332 109 19 14 4 Bodine, ToddTodd Bodine Morgan-McClure Motorsports Chevrolet 331 106 20 38 32 Kvapil, TravisTravis Kvapil PPI Motorsports Chevrolet 331 103 21 43 44 Labonte, TerryTerry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 331 100 22 32 45 Petty, KyleKyle Petty Petty Enterprises Dodge 330 97 23 8 07 Bowyer, ClintClint Bowyer Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 329 991 24 41 24 Gordon, JeffJeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 301 961 25 19 7 Gordon, RobbyRobby Gordon Robby Gordon Motorsports Chevrolet 300 88 26 36 22 Blaney, DaveDave Blaney Bill Davis Racing Dodge 278 85 27 15 12 Nemwan, RyanRyan Nemwan Penske Racing South Dodge 272 82 28 22 11 Hamlin, DennyDenny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 265 79 29 40 18 Yeley, J. J.J. J. Yeley Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 258 76 30 7 6 Martin, MarkMark Martin Roush Racing Ford 239 73 31 26 1 Truex Jr., MartinMartin Truex Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 216 70 32 42 2 Busch, KurtKurt Busch Penske Racing South Dodge 208 173 33 35 38 Gilliland, DavidDavid Gilliland Robert Yates Racing Ford 161 64 34 27 26 McMurray, JamieJamie McMurray Roush Racing Ford 160 61 35 4 19 Sadler, ElliottElliott Sadler Evernham Motorsports Dodge 124 631 36 9 41 Sorenson, ReedReed Sorenson Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 115 55 37 33 16 Biffle, GregGreg Biffle Roush Racing Ford 111 52 38 23 55 Waltrip, MichaelMichael Waltrip Waltrip-Jasper Racing Dodge 102 49 39 37 06 Kluever, ToddTodd Kluever Roush Racing Ford 45 46 40 17 21 Schrader, KenKen Schrader Wood Brothers Racing Ford 45 43 41 34 88 Jarrett, DaleDale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Ford 32 40 42 24 49 Bliss, MikeMike Bliss BAM Racing Dodge 1 37 43 29 72 Skinner, MikeMike Skinner CJM Racing Chevrolet 1 34 Source:[2][31] 1 Includes five bonus points for leading a lap 2 Includes ten bonus points for leading the most laps 3 Includes a 50-point post-race penalty


Standings after the race[edit] Drivers' Championship standings Pos +/– Driver Points 1 Burton, JeffJeff Burton 5,763 2 Kenseth, MattMatt Kenseth 5,718 (−45) 3 1 Harvick, KevinKevin Harvick 5,674 (−89) 4 1 Martin, MarkMark Martin 5,661 (−102) 5 1 Earnhardt Jr., DaleDale Earnhardt Jr. 5,657 (−106) 6 1 Hamlin, DennyDenny Hamlin 5,626 (−137) 7 1 Johnson, JimmieJimmie Johnson 5,617 (−146) 8 1 Kahne, KaseyKasey Kahne 5,603 (−160) 9 1 Busch, KyleKyle Busch 5,568 (−195) 10 3 Gordon, JeffJeff Gordon 5,547 (−216) Source:[2][41] Jeff Burton (pictured in 2007) remained the points leader after the race. Manufacturers' Championship standings Pos +/– Manufacturer Points 1 Chevrolet 237 2 Dodge 189 (−48) 3 Ford 183 (−54) Source:[9] Note: Only the top ten positions are included for the driver standings. These drivers qualified for the Chase for the Nextel Cup.


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