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Kyle Busch's 2009 Nationwide championship car at Milwaukee

The 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series began on February 14, 2009 at Daytona International Speedway with the Camping World 300. The season concluded on November 21, 2009 at Homestead-Miami Speedway with the Ford 300.

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Double-File Restarts

Before the start of the season, NASCAR changed restart rules regarding the final moments of all races in the Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series. Previously, when the race was inside the final ten laps, all cars/trucks on the lead lap were in a single-file restart in that window. As of the 2009 season, the window changed to the final 20 laps. The "lucky dog"/"free pass" rule was still be eliminated in the last ten laps of a race. This rule will not matter starting at the July Daytona race, with the addition of "Double-File Restarts Shootout Style."

After being successful in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR will implement a double-file restart system starting at the July Dayonta race. The entire field will line up double-file, much like the start of the race at every restart. The leaders and other lead lap cars are now in front always when taking the green flag. Cars who choose to stay out and not pit during a caution flag who are in front of the leaders are now waved-around to restart (double file) at the back of the field. The lucky dog/free pass rule is now in effect the entire distance of the race, and the double-file restarts are for every restart, including green-whie-checkered finishes. The only reason cars do not line up double-file in the order they are position wise on the leaderboard is if they are serving a penalty (in most cases, for pit road violations). The leader of the race also has the option of selecting which lane, inside or outside, to restart in, however, the 3rd place car (and 5th, 7th, and so on) will always restart on the inside.

Schedule

- Race will run at night, or start in the late afternoon, and finish at night.

Bold Italics - Indicates current or next race.

Date Race Distance Venue TV Radio Time
(US ET)
Winner
February 14 Camping World 300 300 Miles Daytona International Speedway ESPN2 MRN 1:00 p.m. Tony Stewart
February 21 Stater Brothers 300 300 Miles Auto Club Speedway ESPN2 MRN 7:00 p.m. Kyle Busch
February 28 Sam's Town 300 300 Miles Las Vegas Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 4:00 p.m. Greg Biffle
March 21 Scotts Turf Builder 300 300 Laps (159.9 Miles) Bristol Motor Speedway ABC PRN 2:00 p.m. Kevin Harvick
April 4 O'Reilly 300 300 Miles Texas Motor Speedway ESPN2 MRN 6 p.m. Kyle Busch
April 11 Nashville 300 300 Miles Nashville Superspeedway ESPN MRN 3:00 p.m. Joey Logano
April 17 Bashas' Supermarkets 200 200 Laps Phoenix International Raceway ESPN2 MRN 9:30 p.m. Greg Biffle
April 25 Aaron's 312 311.22 Miles Talladega Superspeedway ABC MRN 4 p.m. David Ragan
May 1 Lipton Tea 250 250 Laps (187.5 Miles) Richmond International Raceway ESPN2 MRN 6:00 p.m. Kyle Busch
May 8 Diamond Hill Plywood 200 200.8 Miles Darlington Raceway ESPN2 MRN 6:00 p.m. Matt Kenseth
May 23 CarQuest Auto Parts 300 300 Miles Lowes Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 6:00 p.m. Mike Bliss
May 30 Heluva Good! 200 200 Miles Dover International Speedway ABC MRN 11:30 a.m. Brad Keselowski
June 6 Federated Auto Parts 300 300 Miles Nashville Superspeedway ESPN2 MRN 7:00 p.m. Kyle Busch
June 13 Meijer 300 300 Miles Kentucky Speedway ESPN2 MRN 8:00 p.m. Joey Logano
June 20 NorthernTool.com 250 250 Miles The Milwaukee Mile ESPN2 MRN 6 p.m. Carl Edwards
June 27 Camping World RV Sales 200 200 miles New Hampshire Motor Speedway ABC MRN 2:30 p.m. Kyle Busch
July 3 Subway Jalapeño 250 250 Miles Daytona International Speedway ESPN MRN 8 p.m. Clint Bowyer
July 10 Dollar General 300 300 Miles Chicagoland Speedway ESPN MRN 7 p.m. Joey Logano
July 18 Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 250 Miles Gateway International Raceway ESPN2 MRN 6 p.m. Kyle Busch
July 25 Kroger 200 200 Laps O'Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis ESPN MRN 8:30 p.m. Carl Edwards
August 1 U.S. Cellular 250 250 Laps (218.5 miles) Iowa Speedway ESPN MRN 3 p.m. Brad Keselowski
August 8 Zippo 200 200 Miles Watkins Glen International ESPN2 MRN 5 p.m. Marcos Ambrose
August 15 CarFax 250 250 Miles Michigan International Speedway ESPN2 MRN 3:00 p.m. Brad Keselowski
August 21 Food City 250 250 laps (133.25 miles) Bristol Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 6:30 p.m. David Ragan
August 30 NAPA Auto Parts 200 74 Laps (200 Miles) CanadaCircuit Gilles Villeneuve ESPN2 / RDS MRN 2:00 p.m. Carl Edwards
September 5 Degree Men V12 300 300 Miles/195 Laps Atlanta Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 6:30 p.m. Kevin Harvick
September 11 Virginia 529 College Savings 250 250 Laps (187.5 Miles) Richmond International Raceway ESPN2 MRN 8:00 p.m. Carl Edwards
September 26 Dover 200 200 Laps Dover International Speedway ESPN2 MRN 3:00 p.m. Clint Bowyer
October 3 Kansas Lottery 300 300 Miles Kansas Speedway ESPN2 MRN 5:30 p.m. Joey Logano
October 10 Copart 300 300 Miles Auto Club Speedway ESPN2 MRN 4:00 p.m. Joey Logano
October 16 Dollar General 300 300 Miles Lowes Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 7:30 p.m. Kyle Busch
October 24 Kroger On Track for the Cure 250 250 Laps (187.5 Miles) Memphis Motorsports Park ESPN2 MRN 4 p.m. Brad Keselowski
November 7 O'Reilly Challenge 300 Miles Texas Motor Speedway ESPN2 PRN 1 p.m. Kyle Busch
November 14 Able Body Labor 200 200 Laps Phoenix International Raceway ESPN2 MRN 3:30 p.m. Carl Edwards
November 21 Ford 300 200 Laps Homestead Miami Speedway ESPN2 MRN 5:00 p.m. Kyle Busch

Teams

Team Car # Driver Primary Sponsor(s) Listed Owner(s) Crew Chief
Baker Curb Racing Ford Fusion 27 United States Jason Keller Kimberly-Clark United States Mike Curb United States Todd Gordon
Braun Racing Toyota Camry 10 United States David Reutimann/United States Kelly Bires Beringer Vineyards United States Todd Braun United States Stewart Cooper
32 United States Brian Vickers/United States Burney Lamar Dollar General United States Trent Owens
38 United States Jason Leffler Great Clips United States Ralph Braun United States Scott Zipadelli
CJM Racing Toyota Camry 11 United States Scott Lagasse, Jr. (R) American's Incredible Pizza United States Bryan Mullet United States Paul Wolfe
Day Enterprise Racing Chevrolet Impala 05 United States Casey Atwood 31-W Insulation/MC2 Energy Drink United States Wayne Day United States Newt Moore
Faith Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 89 United States Morgan Shepherd Eldora Speedway/Lagina Plumbing United States Cindy Shepherd United States Morris Van Vleet
Front Row Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 34 United States Tony Raines Long John Silver's United States Bob Jenkins United States Scott Eggleston
Germain Racing Toyota Camry 15 United States Michael Annett (R) Pilot Travel Centers United States Bob Germain United States Bruce Cook
Jay Robinson Racing Chevrolet Impala 28 United States Kenny Wallace United States Border Patrol United States Jay Robinson United States Chris Rice
49 United States Kertus Davis GetMoreVacations.com United States Terry Richardson
JD Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 0 United States Mark Green 1-800-527-1801 United States Johnny Davis United States Patrick McGee
01 United States Danny O'Quinn Cash4Gold.com United States Lori Morgan United States Randy Hood
Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry 18 United States Kyle Busch NOS/Z-Line Designs United States Joe Gibbs United States Jason Ratcliffe
20 United States Joey Logano/United States Denny Hamlin GameStop/Sports Clips United States Dave Rogers
JR Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 88 United States Brad Keselowski Go Daddy/Delphi United States Dale Earnhardt, Jr. United States Tony Eury, Sr.
JTG Daugherty Racing Toyota Camry 47 United States Michael McDowell (R) Tom's Snacks United States Jodi Geschickter United States Gene Nead
K Automotive Racing Dodge Charger 26 United States Brian Keselowski Schweitzer Title United States Dusty Whitney United States Bob Keselowski
96 United States Dennis Setzer Dusty's Collision United States Kay Keselowski United States Ron Keselowski
Kevin Harvick Incorporated Chevrolet Impala 33 United States Kevin Harvick Rheem/Jimmy John's United States Delana Harvick United States Ernie Cope
Key Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 40 United States Scott Wimmer StopRepairBills.com United States Curtis Key United States Tommy Morgan
MacDonald Motorsports Dodge Charger 81 Canada D. J. Kennington D.H. Griffins Companies Canada Pat MacDonald United States David Ingram
Means Racing Chevrolet Impala 52 United States Brad Teague Courtyard by Marriott United States Jimmy Means United States Zach Bruenger
Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota Camry 99 United States Michael Waltrip/United States Scott Speed Aaron's/Red Bull United States Michael Waltrip United States Jerry Baxter
MSRP Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 90 United States Johnny Chapman n/a United States Marcia Parsons United States Robert Huffman
91 United States Terry Cook (R) United States Randy Humphery United States Michael Allen
NEMCO Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 87 United States Joe Nemechek n/a United States Andrea Nemechek United States Phillipe Lopez
Penske Racing Dodge Charger 12 United States Justin Allgaier (R) Verizon Wireless United States Tad Geschickter1 United States Chad Walter
Phoenix Racing Chevrolet Impala 1 United States Mike Bliss Miccosukee Indian Gambling United States James Finch United States Marc Reno
R3 Motorsports Chevrolet Impala 23 United States Robert Richardson/United States Ken Butler III (R) Mahindra Tractors/Aaron's United States Johnny Davis2 United States Todd Brewer
RAB Racing Ford Fusion 09 United States John Wes Townley (R) Zaxby's United States Jay Robinson3 United States Brad Parrott
Rensi/Hamilton Racing Ford Fusion 24 United States Eric McClure Hefty United States Ed Rensi United States Chris Wright
Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Impala 29 United States Jeff Burton/United States Stephen Leicht
United States Clint Bowyer
Holiday Inn United States Richard Childress United States Dan Deeringhoff
Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet Impala 31 United States Stanton Barrett/United States Travis Kittleson Zona Health United States Rick Ware United States Paul Andrews
Roush Fenway Racing Ford Fusion 6 United States David Ragan/United States Erik Darnell (R) Discount Tire/Northern Tool United States Jack Roush United States Mike Kelley
16 United States Greg Biffle/United States Matt Kenseth Citigroup United States Eddie Pardue
60 United States Carl Edwards Scotts/Save-A-Lot United States Dan Stillman
Rusty Wallace Racing Chevrolet Impala 62 United States Brendan Gaughan (R) South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa United States Rusty Wallace United States Bryan Berry
66 United States Steve Wallace 5-Hour Energy/U.S. Fidelis United States Dale Ferguson
SK Motorsports Toyota Camry 07 United States David Green PMClife.com United States Armando Fitz4 United States Roger Johnson
Smith-Ganassi Racing Dodge Charger 42 United States Kenny Hendrick Evander Holyfield United States Chip Ganassi United States Tim Weiss
Specialty Racing Ford Fusion 61 United States Brandon Whitt n/a United States Charles Shoffner United States Doug Taylor
Notes:
  1. Penske purchased the #59 car's 2008 owner's points from JTG Daugherty Racing for the 2009 season.
  2. The #23 car's owners points were purchased from JD Motorsports for the season, coming from the #01 car in 2008.
  3. RAB Racing will use Jay Robinson's #4 car's owner points from 2008, which had previously belonged to James Finch.
  4. The 07 team will use the former Fitz Motorsports' teams owner points. Fitz now runs as Trail Motorsports.

2009 season races

See List of 2009 NASCAR races for a complete list and schedule of the 2009 season races.

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Camping World 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 80 Indiana Tony Stewart Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports
2 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
3 29 Kansas Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
4 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
5 16 Washington Greg Biffle Ford Roush Fenway Racing
6 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
7 5 North Carolina Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet JR Motorsports
8 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
9 27 South Carolina Jason Keller Ford Baker Curb Racing
10 17 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing

Stater Bros. 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
3 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
4 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
6 29 Virginia Jeff Burton Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
7 10 Florida David Reutimann Toyota Braun Racing
8 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
9 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
10 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing

Sam's Town 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 16 Washington Greg Biffle Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
3 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
4 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
5 5 North Carolina Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet JR Motorsports
6 47 Arizona Michael McDowell Toyota JTG Daugherty Racing
7 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
8 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing
9 11 Florida Scott Lagasse Jr. Toyota CJM Racing
10 29 Virginia Jeff Burton Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing

Scotts Turf Builder 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
2 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
3 29 Kansas Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
4 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Racing
6 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
7 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
8 99 California Scott Speed Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing
9 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
10 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing

O'Reilly 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 33 Indiana Tony Stewart Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 98 Wisconsin Justin Allgaier Ford Yates Racing
6 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
8 29 Virginia Jeff Burton Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
9 10 Florida David Reutimann Toyota Braun Racing
10 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Racing

Nashville 300

The Nashville 300 was held on April 11, 2009 at Nashville Superspeedway. Joey Logano won his 2nd career NNS race. 1992 series champion Joe Nemechek took a wild ride after contact with several cars and flipped once. The car was fine, and he drove it around the track a few times before being black-flagged.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 33 Wisconsin Kelly Bires Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
5 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
6 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
7 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
8 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
9 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
10 11 Florida Scott Lagasse Jr. Toyota CJM Racing

Bashas' Supermarket 200

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 16 Washington Greg Biffle Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
5 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
6 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
8 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Racing
9 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
10 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing

Failed to qualify: Andy Ponstein (#02), Kenny Hendrick (#42), Mike Harmon (#84), Dennis Setzer (#96).

Aaron's 312

David Ragan edged out Ryan Newman by .030 of a second for his first win in any of NASCAR's three top-tier series. Matt Kenseth had a scary wreck in which he flipped 3 times on the backstretch. The defending Daytona 500 champion was uninjured, though.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 33 Indiana Ryan Newman Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
3 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
4 34 Indiana Tony Raines Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports
5 5 North Carolina Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet JR Motorsports
6 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
7 27 South Carolina Jason Keller Ford Baker Curb Racing
8 11 Florida Scott Lagasse Jr. Toyota CJM Racing
9 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
10 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing

Lipton Tea 250

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
3 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
4 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
5 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
6 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
7 5 Arkansas Mark Martin Chevrolet JR Motorsports
8 47 Arizona Michael McDowell Toyota JTG Daugherty Racing
9 27 South Carolina Jason Keller Ford Baker Curb Racing
10 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing

Diamond Hill Plywood 200

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
3 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
4 6 Illinois Erik Darnell Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing
6 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
7 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
8 29 Virginia Jeff Burton Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
9 5 Wisconsin Scott Wimmer Chevrolet JR Motorsports
10 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing

CarQuest Auto Parts 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
2 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
3 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
4 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
5 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
6 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
7 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
8 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
9 29 Virginia Jeff Burton Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
10 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing

Heluva Good! 200

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
2 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 29 Kansas Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
4 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
5 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
6 98 Wisconsin Paul Menard Ford Yates Racing
7 99 California Scott Speed Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing
8 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
9 27 South Carolina Jason Keller Ford Baker Curb Racing
10 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing

Federated Auto Parts 300

The Federated Auto Parts 300 was dominated by Kyle Busch. This was his first win in Nashville. The victory made news as Kyle smashed the trophy - a custom painted Gibson guitar - in victory lane.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
3 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
4 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
5 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
6 29 North Carolina Stephen Leicht Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
7 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
8 47 Arizona Michael McDowell Toyota JTG Daugherty Racing
9 6 Illinois Erik Darnell Ford Roush Fenway Racing
10 20 Texas Brad Coleman Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing

Meijer 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
5 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing
6 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
7 15 Iowa Michael Annett Toyota Germain Racing
8 32 California Burney Lamar Toyota Braun Racing
9 16 Mississippi Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Ford Roush Fenway Racing
10 33 Wisconsin Kelly Bires Chevrolet Kevin Harvick, Inc.

NorthernTool.com 250

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 6 Illinois Erik Darnell Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 16 Mississippi Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Ford Roush Fenway Racing
6 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
7 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
8 29 North Carolina Stephen Leicht Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
9 33 California Ron Hornaday Chevrolet Kevin Harvick, Inc.
10 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing

Camping World RV Sales 200 Presented by Turtle Wax

The Camping World RV Sales 200 Presented by Turtle Wax was held June 27 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Joey Logano won the pole for the third straight race he attempted. Kyle Busch won the race.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
4 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
5 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
6 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 16 Washington Greg Biffle Ford Roush Fenway Racing
8 99 California Scott Speed Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing
9 6 Illinois Erik Darnell Ford Roush Fenway Racing
10 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing

Subway Jalapeño 250

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 29 Kansas Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
6 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
4 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
5 10 Washington Kasey Kahne Toyota Braun Racing
6 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
7 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
8 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing
9 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
10 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.

Dollar General 300

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 20 Connecticut Joey Logano Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
4 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
5 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
6 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 16 Washington Greg Biffle Ford Roush Fenway Racing
8 10 Florida David Reutimann Toyota Braun Racing
9 1 Oregon Mike Bliss Chevrolet Phoenix Racing
10 12 Illinois Justin Allgaier Dodge Penske Championship Racing

NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by Dodge

All practice and qualifying was done in the wet using rain tires. The final 16 laps of the race were also run under wet conditions using rain tires. For the third consecutive year, Marcos Ambrose dominated the race, but he blew the final corner by jumping over the curb too high, giving Edwards the win. Ambrose also won the pole.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 47 Tasmania Marcos Ambrose Toyota JTG Daugherty Racing
3 11 Quebec Andrew Ranger Toyota CJM Racing
4 32 Quebec Jacques Villeneuve Toyota Braun Racing
5 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
6 34 Indiana Tony Raines Chevrolet Front Row Motorsports
7 23 Quebec Jean-Francois Dumoulin Chevrolet R3 Motorsports
8 29 North Carolina Stephen Leicht Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
9 62 Nevada Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
10 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing

Kroger on Track for the Cure 250

Justin Allgaier got his first Nationwide career pole. Kyle Busch nudged Brad Keselowski on the final turn but Keselowski held on and won the race at Memphis Motorsports Park.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
2 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
3 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
4 11 Oregon Mike Bliss Toyota CJM Racing
5 62 California Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing
6 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 40 Wisconsin Scott Wimmer Chevrolet Key Motorsports
8 99 Florida David Reutimann Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing
9 29 North Carolina Stephen Leicht Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
10 1 Iowa Landon Cassill Chevrolet Phoenix Racing

O'Reilly Challenge

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
2 29 California Casey Mears Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
3 38 California Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
4 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
5 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
6 33 California Kevin Harvick Chervolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
7 32 North Carolina Brian Vickers Toyota Braun Racing
8 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
9 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
10 11 Oregon Mike Bliss Toyota CJM Racing

Able Body Labor 200

Denny Hamlin won the pole with a new track record. Carl Edwards won the race.

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Car # Driver Make Team
1 60 Missouri Carl Edwards Ford Roush Fenway Racing
2 33 California Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Kevin Harvick Inc.
3 32 Georgia (U.S. state) Jason Leffler Toyota Braun Racing
4 29 Kansas Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Richard Childress Racing
5 88 Michigan Brad Keselowski Chevrolet JR Motorsports
6 6 Georgia (U.S. state) David Ragan Ford Roush Fenway Racing
7 16 Wisconsin Matt Kenseth Ford Roush Fenway Racing
8 11 Oregon Mike Bliss Toyota CJM Racing
9 18 Nevada Kyle Busch Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing
10 66 North Carolina Steve Wallace Chevrolet Rusty Wallace Racing

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