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    Auto Club 500 (Fontana) Info

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    Car Driver Hometown Make Sponsor Owner
    0 Mike Bliss Milwaukie, OR Chevrolet NetZero Best Buy Gene Haas
    01 Joe Nemechek Lakeland, FL Chevrolet U.S. Army Nelson Bowers
    2 Rusty Wallace St. Louis, MO Dodge Miller Lite Roger Penske
    4 Mike Wallace St. Louis, MO Chevrolet Lucas Oil Products Larry McClure
    5 Kyle Busch* Las Vegas, NV Chevrolet Kellogg's Rick Hendrick
    6 Mark Martin Batesville, AR Ford Viagra Jack Roush
    7 Robby Gordon Cerritos, CA Chevrolet Harrah's James Smith
    07 Dave Blaney Hartford, OH Chevrolet Jack Daniel's Richard Childress
    8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Kannapolis, NC Chevrolet Budweiser Teresa Earnhardt
    9 Kasey Kahne Enumclaw, WA Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW Ray Evernham
    10 Scott Riggs Bahama, NC Chevrolet Valvoline James Rocco
    11 Jason Leffler Long Beach, CA Chevrolet FedEx Express J D Gibbs
    12 Ryan Newman South Bend, IN Dodge ALLTEL Roger Penske
    14 John Andretti Indianapolis, IN Ford VB/APlus at Sunoco Gregory Pollex
    15 Michael Waltrip Owensboro, KY Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts Teresa Earnhardt
    16 Greg Biffle Vancouver, WA Ford Post-it Geoff Smith
    17 Matt Kenseth Cambridge, WI Ford DeWalt Power Tools Mark Martin
    18 Bobby Labonte Corpus Christi, TX Chevrolet Interstate Batteries Joe Gibbs
    19 Jeremy Mayfield Owensboro, KY Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW Ray Evernham
    20 Tony Stewart Rushville, IN Chevrolet The Home Depot Joe Gibbs
    21 Ricky Rudd Chesapeake, VA Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts Glen Wood
    22 Scott Wimmer Wausau, WI Dodge Caterpillar Bill Davis
    24 Jeff Gordon Pittsboro, IN Chevrolet DuPont Rick Hendrick
    25 Brian Vickers Thomasville, NC Chevrolet GMAC Mary Hendrick
    27 Kirk Shelmerdine Winston-Salem, NC Ford Kirk Shelmerdine Racing Kirk Shelmerdine
    29 Kevin Harvick Bakersfield, CA Chevrolet GM Goodwrench Richard Childress
    31 Jeff Burton South Boston, VA Chevrolet Cingular Wireless Richard Childress
    32 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Nashville, TN Chevrolet Tide Calvin Wells, III
    34 Randy LaJoie South Norwalk, CT Chevrolet Dimension Films' "Cursed" Chris Edwards
    37 Kevin Lepage Shelburne, VT Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all John Carter
    38 Elliott Sadler Emporia, VA Ford M&M's Robert Yates
    40 Sterling Marlin Columbia, TN Dodge Coors Light Felix Sabates
    41 Casey Mears Bakersfield, CA Dodge Target Chip Ganassi
    42 Jamie McMurray Joplin, MO Dodge Texaco/Havoline Floyd Ganassi
    43 Jeff Green Owensboro, KY Dodge General Mills Whole Grain Richard L Petty
    44 Terry Labonte Corpus Christi, TX Chevrolet Kellogg's Rick Hendrick
    45 Kyle Petty Randleman, NC Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny Kyle Petty
    48 Jimmie Johnson Los Gatos, CA Chevrolet Lowe's Jeff Gordon
    49 Ken Schrader Fenton, MO Dodge Schwan's Home Service Elizabeth Morgenthau
    66 Hermie Sadler Emporia, VA Ford Peak Fitness Jeff Stec
    77 Travis Kvapil* Janesville, WI Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines Douglas Bawel
    88 Dale Jarrett Hickory, NC Ford UPS Robert Yates
    89 Morgan Shepherd Conover, NC Dodge Victory in Jesus/Red Line Oil Cindy Shepherd
    91 Bill Elliott Dawsonville, GA Dodge Stanley Tools Ray Evernham Sr.
    97 Kurt Busch Las Vegas, NV Ford Sharpie/IRWIN Industrial Tools Georgetta Roush
    99 Carl Edwards Joplin, MO Ford Office Depot Jack Roush
    173 Eric McClure* Chilhowie, VA Chevrolet ARC Dehooker Ed Rabe
    179 Stan Boyd Holly, MI Chevrolet Conely Racing John Conely
    192 Stanton Barrett Bishop, CA Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports Bob Jenkins

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    New NASCAR rules debut at California

    FONTANA, Calif. (AP) - NASCAR drivers will be competing under a new set of rules this weekend at California Speedway.

    Shorter rear spoilers, softer tires and a new qualifying schedule will greet the Nextel Cup drivers when they hit the 2-mile oval for two practice sessions Friday.

    "There really is a lot to take in," said Chad Knaus, crew chief for Jimmie Johnson. "This weekend should answer a lot of questions for everyone after all the speculation we've been going through all winter."

    The season opened last Sunday with the Daytona 500. But the results of that race were probably a bit misleading because the teams were forced to use horsepower-sapping carburetor restrictor plates and had rear spoilers 6 3/4 inches high for stability on the 2 1/2-mile Daytona International Speedway.

    In Sunday's Auto Club 500, the unrestricted engines will produce considerably more power, but the spoilers will be cut to 4 1/2 inches and there also will also be a new generation tire to contend with. Both changes, to be implemented everywhere except Daytona and Talladega, are intended to slow the cars in the turns by giving them less downforce, thereby making passing easier and improving competition.

    Nearly everyone tested the new aerodynamics package here and at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in January, alleviating many of the concerns. But there wasn't any racing.

    "Until we get around other cars in race conditions, we're really not going to know how much of an effect the reduced spoiler height and the new tire compound will have," said Tony Stewart, who led a race-high 107 laps last Sunday before slipping back to seventh at the end. "It didn't seem like it was a huge change for us.

    "Things are going to change constantly, and no matter what changes you've got to learn to deal with it and learn to make the best of it."

    Some drivers have looked forward to the changes because they expect them to make the cars harder to drive, perhaps an edge for the more experienced such as Stewart.

    "I've lain in bed at night wondering if it will," he said. "We really won't know until we get a little deeper into the season. I'm hoping so.

    "Two years ago, we were in situations where track position was everything and you could run 150 laps on a set of tires and be just as fast as a guy with 30 laps on his tires."

    Stewart would love to see the competition revert to what it was when he set a slew of rookie records in 1999.

    "Back then, you had to really pay attention to your tire wear and not overdrive the car too early," he explained.

    The weekend schedule could also play into the hands of the more experienced drivers.

    Beginning this week, and at about two-thirds of the remaining tracks, qualifying has been switched from Friday to Saturday. The cars will be impounded by NASCAR immediately after time tests and race the next day with the same tires, chassis setup and fuel load on which they qualified.

    "With the new deal you have to think primarily about the race," Kyle Petty said. "So you have to be right where you want to be with the car when it comes time to qualify.

    "It's going to be interesting to see how things shake out in the race. You're going to have to make some pretty big decisions by Saturday morning off what you did in a couple of hours of practice Friday afternoon."

    Daytona 500 winner Jeff Gordon said Sunday's race is going to tell everyone a lot more about the season than the 500.

    "I think you're going to see more lead changes," he said. "I don't know if you're gong to see as much side-by-side racing with the new rules. But what you saw at Daytona is not what exists anywhere else other than Talladega."

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    that impounding the cars after qualifying is going to be real interesting
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    and same fuel load? do i understand that to mean they can't fuel up the tanks for the start of the race?

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    1st Practice

    Rank Car Driver Make Sponsor Speed Time Behind
    1 #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 185.763 38.759 Leader
    2 #16 Greg Biffle Ford Post-it 185.328 38.850 -0.091
    3 #10 Scott Riggs Chevrolet Valvoline 185.014 38.916 -0.157
    4 #12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 184.981 38.923 -0.164
    5 #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's 183.542 39.228 -0.469
    6 #19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 183.505 39.236 -0.477
    7 #6 Mark Martin Ford Viagra 183.468 39.244 -0.485
    8 #99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 183.332 39.273 -0.514
    9 #38 Elliott Sadler Ford M&M's 183.239 39.293 -0.534
    10 #9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 182.941 39.357 -0.598
    11 #17 Matt Kenseth Ford DeWalt Power Tools 182.658 39.418 -0.659
    12 #01 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet U.S. Army 182.658 39.418 -0.659
    13 #41 Casey Mears Dodge Target 182.644 39.421 -0.662
    14 #77 Travis Kvapil* Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines 182.519 39.448 -0.689
    15 #20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 182.362 39.482 -0.723
    16 #97 Kurt Busch Ford Sharpie/IRWIN Industrial Tools 182.103 39.538 -0.779
    17 #07 Dave Blaney Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 181.956 39.570 -0.811
    18 #21 Ricky Rudd Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts 181.938 39.574 -0.815
    19 #91 Bill Elliott Dodge Stanley Tools 181.639 39.639 -0.880
    20 #0 Mike Bliss Chevrolet NetZero Best Buy 181.337 39.705 -0.946
    21 #4 Mike Wallace Chevrolet Lucas Oil Products 181.018 39.775 -1.016
    22 #2 Rusty Wallace Dodge Miller Lite 180.764 39.831 -1.072
    23 #22 Scott Wimmer Dodge Caterpillar 180.659 39.854 -1.095
    24 #31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 180.632 39.860 -1.101
    25 #42 Jamie McMurray Dodge Texaco/Havoline 180.447 39.901 -1.142
    26 #88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS 180.284 39.937 -1.178
    27 #5 Kyle Busch* Chevrolet Kellogg's 180.144 39.968 -1.209
    28 #25 Brian Vickers Chevrolet GMAC/ditech.com 180.068 39.985 -1.226
    29 #49 Ken Schrader Dodge Schwan's Home Service 180.050 39.989 -1.230
    30 #43 Jeff Green Dodge General Mills Whole Grain 180.027 39.994 -1.235
    31 #15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts 179.870 40.029 -1.270
    32 #32 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Chevrolet Tide Coldwater 179.870 40.029 -1.270
    33 #8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 179.780 40.049 -1.290
    34 #40 Sterling Marlin Dodge Coors Light 179.641 40.080 -1.321
    35 #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 179.600 40.089 -1.330
    36 #45 Kyle Petty Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny 179.484 40.115 -1.356
    37 #18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 179.328 40.150 -1.391
    38 #34 Randy LaJoie Chevrolet Dimension Films' "Cursed" 178.258 40.391 -1.632 39 #11 Jason Leffler Chevrolet FedEx Express 177.122 40.650 -1.891
    - #14 John Andretti Ford VB/APlus at Sunoco - - -
    - #192 Stanton Barrett Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports - - -
    - #179 Stan Boyd Chevrolet Conely Racing - - -
    - #7 Robby Gordon Chevrolet Harrah's - - -
    - #44 Terry Labonte Chevrolet Kellogg's - - -
    - #37 Kevin Lepage Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all - - -
    - #173 Eric McClure* Chevrolet ARC Dehooker - - -
    - #66 Hermie Sadler Ford Peak Fitness - - -
    - #27 Kirk Shelmerdine Ford Kirk Shelmerdine Racing - -
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    Some weird California law against more than 38 cars on a track in one day?
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    Happy Hour

    Looks like the final practice before qualifying is the new Happy Hour.

    Rank Car Driver Make Sponsor Speed Time Behind
    1 #16 Greg Biffle Ford Post-it/National Guard 186.809 38.542 Leader
    2 #10 Scott Riggs Chevrolet Valvoline 186.800 38.544 -0.002
    3 #99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 186.417 38.623 -0.081
    4 #12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 186.229 38.662 -0.120
    5 #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 186.162 38.676 -0.134
    6 #17 Matt Kenseth Ford USG Sheetrock/DeWalt 185.974 38.715 -0.173
    7 #91 Bill Elliott Dodge Stanley Tools 185.730 38.766 -0.224
    8 #25 Brian Vickers Chevrolet GMAC 185.691 38.774 -0.232
    9 #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's 185.596 38.794 -0.252
    10 #01 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet U.S. Army 185.529 38.808 -0.266
    11 #0 Mike Bliss Chevrolet NetZero Best Buy 184.857 38.949 -0.407
    12 #5 Kyle Busch* Chevrolet CARQUEST 184.772 38.967 -0.425
    13 #6 Mark Martin Ford Viagra 184.734 38.975 -0.433
    14 #9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 184.724 38.977 -0.435
    15 #44 Terry Labonte Chevrolet Kellogg's 184.592 39.005 -0.463
    16 #41 Casey Mears Dodge Target 184.488 39.027 -0.485
    17 #18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 184.332 39.060 -0.518
    18 #43 Jeff Green Dodge General Mills Whole Grain 183.842 39.164 -0.622
    19 #88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS 183.514 39.234 -0.692
    20 #7 Robby Gordon Chevrolet Harrah's 183.510 39.235 -0.693
    21 #07 Dave Blaney Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 183.351 39.269 -0.727
    22 #4 Mike Wallace Chevrolet Lucas Oil Products 183.327 39.274 -0.732
    23 #77 Travis Kvapil* Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines 183.313 39.277 -0.735
    24 #14 John Andretti Ford VB/APlus at Sunoco 183.276 39.285 -0.743
    25 #8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 183.225 39.296 -0.754
    26 #11 Jason Leffler Chevrolet FedEx Express 183.164 39.309 -0.767
    27 #42 Jamie McMurray Dodge Texaco/Havoline 183.113 39.320 -0.778
    28 #2 Rusty Wallace Dodge Miller Lite 183.090 39.325 -0.783
    29 #97 Kurt Busch Ford Sharpie/IRWIN Industrial Tools 183.076 39.328 -0.786
    30 #38 Elliott Sadler Ford Pedigree 182.987 39.347 -0.805
    31 #19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 182.955 39.354 -0.812
    32 #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 182.653 39.419 -0.877
    33 #49 Ken Schrader Dodge Schwan's Home Service 182.473 39.458 -0.916
    34 #192 Stanton Barrett Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports 182.468 39.459 -0.917
    35 #20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 182.269 39.502 -0.960
    36 #22 Scott Wimmer Dodge Caterpillar 182.011 39.558 -1.016
    37 #45 Kyle Petty Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny 181.947 39.572 -1.030
    38 #32 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Chevrolet Tide - Give Kids The World 181.699 39.626 -1.084
    39 #40 Sterling Marlin Dodge Coors Light 181.589 39.650 -1.108
    40 #31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 181.296 39.714 -1.172
    41 #21 Ricky Rudd Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts 181.000 39.779 -1.237
    42 #66 Hermie Sadler Ford Peak Fitness 180.773 39.829 -1.287
    43 #173 Eric McClure* Chevrolet ARC Dehooker/joinrfa.com 180.732 39.838 -1.296
    44 #15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts 179.033 40.216 -1.674
    45 #34 Randy LaJoie Chevrolet Mach One Inc. 178.904 40.245 -1.703
    46 #27 Kirk Shelmerdine Ford Freddie B's 175.012 41.140 -2.598
    47 #37 Kevin Lepage Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all 173.218 41.566 -3.024
    48 #179 Stan Boyd Chevrolet Conely Racing 167.290 43.039 -4.497

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    Starting Lineup

    Kyle Busch Becomes Youngest Pole Winner
    Kyle Busch, 19, became the youngest driver to ever win a Nextel Cup Series Bud Pole Saturday by shattering the qualifying record at California Speedway.
    Pos. Car Driver Make Sponsor Speed Time Behind
    1 5 Kyle Busch* Chevrolet CARQUEST 188.245 38.248 Leader
    2 25 Brian Vickers Chevrolet GMAC 187.740 38.351 -0.103
    3 19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 187.612 38.377 -0.129
    4 01 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet U.S. Army 187.539 38.392 -0.144
    5 16 Greg Biffle Ford Post-it/National Guard 187.003 38.502 -0.254
    6 17 Matt Kenseth Ford USG Sheetrock/DeWalt 186.998 38.503 -0.255
    7 88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS 186.625 38.580 -0.332
    8 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's 186.480 38.610 -0.362
    9 12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 186.461 38.614 -0.366
    10 0 Mike Bliss Chevrolet NetZero Best Buy 186.403 38.626 -0.378
    11 44 Terry Labonte Chevrolet Kellogg's 186.234 38.661 -0.413
    12 10 Scott Riggs Chevrolet Valvoline 186.186 38.671 -0.423
    13 40 Sterling Marlin Dodge Coors Light 186.124 38.684 -0.436
    14 18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 185.999 38.710 -0.462
    15 42 Jamie McMurray Dodge Texaco/Havoline 185.907 38.729 -0.481
    16 41 Casey Mears Dodge Target 185.883 38.734 -0.486
    17 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 185.711 38.770 -0.522
    18 6 Mark Martin Ford Viagra 185.696 38.773 -0.525
    19 99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 185.653 38.782 -0.534
    20 97 Kurt Busch Ford Sharpie/IRWIN Industrial Tools 185.615 38.790 -0.542
    21 21 Ricky Rudd Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts 185.486 38.817 -0.569
    22 91 Bill Elliott Dodge Stanley Tools 185.452 38.824 -0.576
    23 2 Rusty Wallace Dodge Miller Lite 185.447 38.825 -0.577
    24 14 John Andretti Ford VB/APlus at Sunoco 184.867 38.947 -0.699
    25 7 Robby Gordon Chevrolet Harrah's 184.833 38.954 -0.706
    26 32 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Chevrolet Tide - Give Kids The World 184.786 38.964 -0.716
    27 22 Scott Wimmer Dodge Caterpillar 184.777 38.966 -0.718
    28 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 184.677 38.987 -0.739
    29 20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 184.219 39.084 -0.836
    30 15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts 183.852 39.162 -0.914
    31 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 183.828 39.167 -0.919
    32 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 183.645 39.206 -0.958
    33 4 Mike Wallace Chevrolet Lucas Oil Products 183.570 39.222 -0.974
    34 34 Randy LaJoie Chevrolet Mach One Inc. 183.043 39.335 -1.087
    35 77 Travis Kvapil* Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines 182.997 39.345 -1.097
    36 45 Kyle Petty Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny 182.987 39.347 -1.099
    37 43 Jeff Green Dodge General Mills Whole Grain 182.932 39.359 -1.111
    38 49 Ken Schrader Dodge Schwan's Home Service 182.866 39.373 -1.125
    39 11 Jason Leffler Chevrolet FedEx Express 182.597 39.431 -1.183
    40 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 181.938 39.574 -1.326
    41 38 Elliott Sadler Ford Pedigree 179.029 40.217 -1.969
    42 07 Dave Blaney Chevrolet Jack Daniel's - - -
    43 37 Kevin Lepage Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all 181.507 39.668 -1.420

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    44 192 Stanton Barrett Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports 181.091 39.759 -1.511
    45 66 Hermie Sadler Ford Peak Fitness 179.991 40.002 -1.754
    46 179 Stan Boyd Chevrolet Conely Racing 179.941 40.013 -1.765
    47 173 Eric McClure* Chevrolet ARC Dehooker/joinrfa.com - - -
    48 27 Kirk Shelmerdine Ford Freddie B's - - -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott
    Kyle Busch Becomes Youngest Pole Winner
    Kyle Busch, 19, became the youngest driver to ever win a Nextel Cup Series Bud Pole Saturday by shattering the qualifying record at California Speedway.
    Pos. Car Driver Make Sponsor Speed Time Behind
    1 5 Kyle Busch* Chevrolet CARQUEST 188.245 38.248 Leader
    I had fun with this last night. Kurt Busch is not a favorite at our house, and when my kids got home wanting to know who had the pole, I responded in my best James Bond style, "Busch........Kyle Busch."

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    Unofficial Results

    Fin St Car Driver Make Sponsor Pts/Bonus Laps Status
    1 5 #16 Greg Biffle Ford Post-it/National Guard 185/5 250 Running
    2 8 #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's 175/5 250 Running
    3 20 #97 Kurt Busch Ford Sharpie/IRWIN Industrial Tools 170/5 250 Running
    4 15 #42 Jamie McMurray Dodge Texaco/Havoline 160/0 250 Running
    5 19 #99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 160/5 250 Running
    6 31 #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 155/5 250 Running
    7 18 #6 Mark Martin Ford Viagra 151/5 250 Running
    8 41 #38 Elliott Sadler Ford Pedigree 142/0 250 Running
    9 9 #12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 138/0 250 Running
    10 23 #2 Rusty Wallace Dodge Miller Lite 134/0 250 Running
    11 7 #88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS 130/0 250 Running
    12 10 #0 Mike Bliss Chevrolet NetZero Best Buy 127/0 250 Running
    13 14 #18 Bobby Labonte Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 124/0 250 Running
    14 38 #49 Ken Schrader Dodge Schwan's Home Service 121/0 250 Running
    15 13 #40 Sterling Marlin Dodge Coors Light 118/0 250 Running
    16 27 #22 Scott Wimmer Dodge Caterpillar 115/0 250 Running
    17 29 #20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 112/0 250 Running
    18 36 #45 Kyle Petty Dodge Georgia-Pacific/Brawny 114/5 250 Running
    19 32 #31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 106/0 250 Running
    20 26 #32 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Chevrolet Tide - Give Kids The World 103/0 250 Running
    21 2 #25 Brian Vickers Chevrolet GMAC 105/5 250 Running
    22 16 #41 Casey Mears Dodge Target 97/0 249 Running
    23 1 #5 Kyle Busch * Chevrolet CARQUEST 99/5 249 Running
    24 35 #77 Travis Kvapil * Dodge Kodak/Jasper Engines 91/0 249 Running
    25 33 #4 Mike Wallace Chevrolet Lucas Oil Products 88/0 249 Running
    26 6 #17 Matt Kenseth Ford USG Sheetrock/DeWalt 90/5 249 Running
    27 37 #43 Jeff Green Dodge General Mills Whole Grain 87/5 249 Running
    28 3 #19 Jeremy Mayfield Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 84/5 248 Running
    29 24 #14 John Andretti Ford VB/APlus at Sunoco 76/0 248 Running
    30 28 #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 73/0 246 Running
    31 43 #37 Kevin Lepage Dodge Carter's Royal Dispos-all 70/0 241 Running
    32 40 #8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 67/0 237 Running
    33 12 #10 Scott Riggs Chevrolet Valvoline 64/0 229 Out of Race
    34 42 #07 Dave Blaney Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 61/0 224 Running
    35 25 #7 Robby Gordon Chevrolet Harrah's 58/0 222 Out of Race
    36 11 #44 Terry Labonte Chevrolet Kellogg's 55/0 216 Out of Race
    37 39 #11 Jason Leffler Chevrolet FedEx Express 52/0 215 Out of Race
    38 30 #15 Michael Waltrip Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts 49/0 203 Out of Race
    39 4 #01 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet U.S. Army 56/10 180 Out of Race
    40 17 #9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 43/0 167 Out of Race
    41 21 #21 Ricky Rudd Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts 40/0 145 Out of Race
    42 34 #34 Randy LaJoie Chevrolet Mach One Inc. 42/5 47 Out of Race
    43 22 #91 Bill Elliott Dodge Stanley Tools 34/0 23 Out of Race

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