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NASCAR - Pep Boys 500 - from Atlanta - on ABC, Sunday 10/26 at 2:00pm ET (Race #33 of 36)
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Posted on 10/22/2008 5:37:30 PM PDT by glock rocks




Pep Boys 500

Sunday 2:00 pm ET on ABC


Atlanta Motor Speedway

SPEED Raceday at 11:00 ET
ABC Pre-race show at 1:00 ET
Green Flag approx 2:17 ET







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1 posted on 10/22/2008 5:37:31 PM PDT by glock rocks
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To: NormsRevenge




Practice Dates/Times/TV


Qualifying Information/Times/TV

Info courtesy Jayski.com


2 posted on 10/22/2008 5:37:53 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: NYTexan

Peachy-keen, Updating Hampton, Georgia Doppler.




3 posted on 10/22/2008 5:38:18 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: tubebender


The Other Races this Weekend:

Nationwide Series:

2008 KROGER ON TRACK FOR THE CURE 250
Saturday, October 25 at Memphis Motorsports Park, TN, simulcast on ESPN Classic & SPEED - 3:00pm/et

Craftsman Truck Series:

E-Z-GO 200
Saturday, October 25 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, SPEED - Prerace 1:00pm/et; Race 1:30pm/et

Weekend TV/radio race coverage, all series, all events


4 posted on 10/22/2008 5:39:15 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: glock rocks

I’ll be there rooting for the 99!!!


5 posted on 10/22/2008 5:40:09 PM PDT by Abbeville Conservative (Sarah Palin, spaying and neutering the animals on the angry left)
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To: NormsRevenge; glock rocks; Pete-R-Bilt; NYTexan; WestCoastGal; tubebender; afnamvet; Afronaut; ...


Atlanta PING!




just FReepmail if you want on or off the NASCAR Ping list.

6 posted on 10/22/2008 5:40:15 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: LasVegasMac

Track/Race Length: 1.54 mile quad oval, 325 laps, 500.5 miles
Degree of Banking: Turns: 24 degrees; Straightaways: 5 degrees
Straights: Frontstretch - 2332 feet; Backstretch - 1800 feet
Pit Road Speed: 45mph
Pace Car Speed: 55mph
Grandstand Seating: 124,000
Opened: 1960

National Anthem: American Idol’s Michael Johns
Military Flyover: C-130, 919 Special Operations Group, Eglin AFB, FL




7 posted on 10/22/2008 5:40:55 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: WestCoastGal
Atlanta Nuggets:



8 posted on 10/22/2008 5:41:31 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: glock rocks

I personally don’t care for NASCAR but John Zogby told me today that 50% of NASCAR fans support the One.


9 posted on 10/22/2008 5:42:50 PM PDT by chet_in_ny
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To: chet_in_ny

John Zogby must be smoking crack.


10 posted on 10/22/2008 5:45:10 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: chet_in_ny

The One? You mean Dale Earnhardt? I think it’s more than 50%, though Dale Jr. is probably around 50%.


11 posted on 10/22/2008 5:46:08 PM PDT by GBA
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To: GBA
this is cool...

Atlanta Motor Speedway To Honor Bill Elliott and 1988 Championship Team: Atlanta Motor Speedway will honor Bill Elliott's 1988 Melling Racing Team to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the team's 1988 NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship as part of the pre-race activities for the Oct. 26 Pep Boys Auto 500. Many of Elliott's crew members from the 1988 Championship team will join the Dawsonville native on stage for a recognition ceremony. Elliott's team, based in his hometown of Dawsonville, is the only team located outside of North Carolina to win both the driver and owner championships.(AMS PR)(10-14-2008)

12 posted on 10/22/2008 5:52:58 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: don-o

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13 posted on 10/22/2008 5:56:26 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: glock rocks

Hopefully the One has a run-in with Jerome Corsi while in Hawai’i.

It’s time to put this fraud Presidential candidate to sleep.

Thanks for ze ping, glock!


14 posted on 10/22/2008 5:56:48 PM PDT by cleveland gop (I FREEP, Therefore I am! There is no other choice---MCCAIN/PALIN '08)
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To: cleveland gop

Yer welcome... and nice to see you’ve been cured of the +++’s :o)


15 posted on 10/22/2008 5:58:22 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: Abbeville Conservative

Flipper’s been very very good for my fantasy league team this year!


16 posted on 10/22/2008 6:02:48 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: chet_in_ny
John Zogby told me today that 50% of NASCAR fans support the One.

Yeah. I heard Barak and Michelle are Big Time NASCAR fans.


17 posted on 10/22/2008 6:06:13 PM PDT by McGruff (Country First and I don't mean music.)
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To: glock rocks

It’s nice not to have that proplem anymore. New cellphone with text capabilities and the ability to play more video than ever.

Especially youtube where a certain late night skit featuring a certain soon to be VP.

Watching the World Series? The story with the Rays fans and the cowbells is based on the team owner watching the SNL skit with Christopher Walken and going crazy when he saw it.


18 posted on 10/22/2008 6:11:24 PM PDT by cleveland gop (I FREEP, Therefore I am! There is no other choice---MCCAIN/PALIN '08)
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To: cleveland gop
Absolutely. Just what this thread needs... more cowbell!


19 posted on 10/22/2008 6:24:03 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: glock rocks

CUT OUT THE SUGAR!


20 posted on 10/22/2008 6:30:57 PM PDT by B4Ranch (I'd rather have a VP that can gut a Moose, than a President that wants to gut our Second Amendment!)
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To: McGruff

>John Zogby told me today that 50% of NASCAR fans support the One.<

When you are out in public, remember that 50% of the people around you support a Communist. Some of us will understand if you can’t control yourself and start shooting. Also remember that others in that crowd may also be armed so your moment of glory could be very short lived!

I suggest that you avoid crowds.


21 posted on 10/22/2008 6:36:37 PM PDT by B4Ranch (I'd rather have a VP that can gut a Moose, than a President that wants to gut our Second Amendment!)
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To: glock rocks

Pretty good chance of rain on friday so I geuss practice will get whipped out. I believe sunday should be sunny and in the 60’s.


22 posted on 10/22/2008 6:50:31 PM PDT by fkabuckeyesrule (If McCain loses I'm moving to Alaska!!!!)
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To: chet_in_ny

Do you have a source for that...


23 posted on 10/22/2008 6:53:13 PM PDT by tubebender (Why do we drive a on a Parkway but park on a Driveway)
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To: tubebender

http://www.zogby.com/news/ReadNews1604.html


24 posted on 10/22/2008 6:54:27 PM PDT by chet_in_ny
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To: tubebender; chet_in_ny
sure.
25 posted on 10/22/2008 6:59:37 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote.)
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To: glock rocks
Hey...there's a big green blob on my screen...and it weren’t me sneezing!
26 posted on 10/22/2008 7:18:48 PM PDT by NYTexan
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To: glock rocks

Shoot a mo’ humpin’ moose 8 days of the week.

The singular most funny line of that SNL rap. I’m still laughing my arse off watching it!


27 posted on 10/22/2008 7:36:46 PM PDT by cleveland gop (I FREEP, Therefore I am! There is no other choice---MCCAIN/PALIN '08)
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To: glock rocks
From Wikipedia... Pep Boys Manny Moe & Jack (NYSE: PBY) is a full-service automotive aftermarket chain. In 1921, Emanuel (Manny) Rosenfeld, Maurice L. (Moe) Strauss, and W. Graham (Jack) Jackson opened the first "Pep Auto Supplies" store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They took the original name from a product carried in the store, called "Pep Valve Grinding Compound." A neighborhood cop may have led to the name change "Pep Boys." As the story goes, every time he stopped a car that didn't have an oil wick burning, he would tell the driver to go see "the boys down at Pep."

The "Manny, Moe and Jack" portion of the name was added after Manny and Moe visited California and saw a dress shop called "Minnie, Maude and Mabel's." Manny and Moe's visit to California also started a new market for the company. Manny's brother Murray Rosenfeld opened the West Coast operation in 1933 and Pep Boys began to grow on both sides of the country. The company reached about 159 stores around 1986.

I know there was a Pep Boys in FResno in 1951 because I bought a spot light from them for my 38 Chevy...

28 posted on 10/22/2008 8:23:11 PM PDT by tubebender (Why do we drive a on a Parkway but park on a Driveway)
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To: glock rocks

Good shot! I have hardly been on the ‘thon thead at all. Looks like it’s trudging along a little better than last time.
OORAH!


29 posted on 10/23/2008 3:02:29 AM PDT by don-o (My son, Ben - Recruit training at Parris Island from October 20)
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To: glock rocks
Thanks, GR. I had no idea Atlanta could seat 124,000 lug nuts.....

I'm ready!

30 posted on 10/23/2008 7:08:26 AM PDT by LasVegasMac (Islam: Bringing the world death and destruction for 1400 years!)
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To: glock rocks

A tad late, but I got it. Thanks!


31 posted on 10/23/2008 8:26:52 AM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: glock rocks

Thanks for the ping. How great would it be if Awesome Bill had an awesome day. That’s about as likely as the 43 doing so I guess. Oh, well. Does anyone know how many chasers have been mathematically eliminated?


32 posted on 10/23/2008 8:27:26 AM PDT by LZ 129
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To: glock rocks; All

As Detroit struggles, stock-car racing sponsorship gets scaled back

By Liz Clarke

updated 1:22 a.m. ET, Thurs., Oct. 23, 2008
For decades, the success of NASCAR’s brand of high-octane, fender-banging stock-car racing has been intertwined with the fortunes of the U.S. automotive industry. NASCAR victories represented a nod to Detroit’s ingenuity. And showroom sales, in turn, were credited to the exploits on race day. As the marketing adage went: “What wins on Sunday, sells on Monday!”

But with the Big Three U.S. automakers struggling to survive, they have begun to dramatically scale back their financial involvement in NASCAR, threatening the economic model that has driven the sport’s popularity. Other corporate sponsors that helped transform stock-car racing from a workingman’s pastime into the country’s dominant form of auto racing also are scaling back their investment as a result of the sagging economy. Some companies may not renew their commitments — many of which run more than $10 million — when current contracts expire.

“The U.S. enjoyed a pretty robust economy that enabled the sport to grow, but that has changed significantly in the last six months,” said Terry Dolan, manager of Chevy Racing. “And it’s probably going to drastically affect what the sport may look like 12 months from now.”

Sports of all stripes are feeling the brunt of the global economic crisis. With season-ticket renewals lagging in the National Basketball Association, Commissioner David Stern has announced cuts in staffing at league offices. The National Football League is revisiting its labor agreement with players as a potential way of paring expenses. The Washington Nationals still haven’t found a buyer for naming rights to their new baseball stadium, while Philadelphia’s NBA arena is bracing for another name change now that its rights holder, Wachovia Bank, has been gobbled up by Wells Fargo.

Individual and Olympic sports, which rely on corporate money more heavily, are feeling the squeeze as well. The U.S. Olympic Committee lost its $1 billion sponsorship from General Motors following the Beijing Games. In January, golf’s hallowed Masters tournament lost its sponsorship from Cadillac. And insurance giant AIG, which averted collapse only after the federal government bought 80 percent of the company, is bowing out of its long-standing sponsorship of the U.S. Davis Cup tennis team, the Associated Press reported last week.

But NASCAR is expected to get hit harder than traditional stick-and-ball sports because of its overwhelming dependence on corporate dollars. The 43 cars that start every race are essentially 200-mph billboards, advertising Miller beer, M&Ms, Office Depot — virtually every product in the basket of American consumer goods — not to mention the U.S. Army and, as of last Sunday, the Federal Communications Commission, which is using the No. 38 Ford to publicize next year’s conversion to digital broadcasting.

Corporate sponsors account for roughly 80 percent of the typical NASCAR team’s budget — roughly four times the percentage of an NFL team, which gets the majority of its revenue from the league’s lucrative TV contracts and ticket sales.

But just four months before the 2009 season-opening Daytona 500, two of NASCAR’s most revered teams, Petty Enterprises and Dale Earnhardt Inc., are searching for sponsors to bankroll four of the six racecars they intend to field between them.

To stay marginally competitive, seven-time NASCAR champion Richard Petty sold a controlling interest in his family’s race team to an investment firm, Boston Ventures, earlier this year. Three other NASCAR teams have raised capital in the same manner. Now Petty Enterprises is entertaining three proposals to merge with a rival team — among them, the one founded by the late Dale Earnhardt — to remain viable.

“Nothing could stay as hot as NASCAR was,” said Peter DeLorenzo, a former automotive advertising executive and editor of the Autoextremist.com blog. “It had to have some sort of a correction.”

More at WAPO, Someone sent this to me and I can’t find the link sorry,


33 posted on 10/23/2008 8:51:10 AM PDT by WestCoastGal (READ MY LIPSTICK!!! I'm praying for Sarah Palin - Keep the vultures away from her.)
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To: WestCoastGal

link (and the second half of the article):
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27331838/


34 posted on 10/23/2008 12:06:34 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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To: glock rocks

Thanks for the link.

This will definitely hurt Nascar.

If 0 is elected it may kill Nascar, after all we’re all a bunch of rednecks.


35 posted on 10/23/2008 4:00:03 PM PDT by WestCoastGal (READ MY LIPSTICK!!! I'm praying for Sarah Palin - Keep the vultures away from her.)
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To: WestCoastGal

Can you pleasego out and close the gate, it’s getting cold down here.


36 posted on 10/23/2008 4:36:18 PM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: WestCoastGal

Can you pleasego out and close the gate, it’s getting cold down here.


37 posted on 10/23/2008 4:36:27 PM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: SouthTexas

I guess with the lack of posts here we should tap twice. :-)

It was darn cold here last night as well. I have a bit of a cold virus I picked up from somewhere, so not feeling great. Hot toddy should be in order.


38 posted on 10/23/2008 4:53:30 PM PDT by WestCoastGal (READ MY LIPSTICK!!! I'm praying for Sarah Palin - Keep the vultures away from her.)
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To: SouthTexas

I guess with the lack of posts here we should tap twice. :-)

It was darn cold here last night as well. I have a bit of a cold virus I picked up from somewhere, so not feeling great. Hot toddy should be in order.


39 posted on 10/23/2008 4:53:32 PM PDT by WestCoastGal (READ MY LIPSTICK!!! I'm praying for Sarah Palin - Keep the vultures away from her.)
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To: WestCoastGal

LOL, I’m still on a laptop, so I have an excuse! :)

It was OK last night, but tonight it’s supposed to be 45 tonight.

Hope you get to feeling better, think whatever you have is already making the rounds down here.


40 posted on 10/23/2008 5:04:26 PM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: WestCoastGal; SouthTexas

How do you make your toddies?

I use half a glass of apple juice, throw in a cinnamon stick and juice of half a lemon, tablespoon honey, then add water up to about an inch from the top and nuke it till steaming. Add a generous shot of good brandy and sip. My grandma put a pat of butter on top. Yum.

Got to 23 last night. Warm spell today, it’s 55 now (t-shirt weather), and will warm up to 32 tonight. About normal for this time of year here.


41 posted on 10/23/2008 5:16:37 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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To: glock rocks

Yep that’s about it.

I’m going to make one and go to bed. Work tomorrow.


42 posted on 10/23/2008 5:48:57 PM PDT by WestCoastGal (READ MY LIPSTICK!!! I'm praying for Sarah Palin - Keep the vultures away from her.)
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To: WestCoastGal

Sleep well, get better.


43 posted on 10/23/2008 5:56:28 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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To: glock rocks; WestCoastGal

55 is t-shirt weather???

It’s 74 in our house right now and I’m about to turn the heat on!


44 posted on 10/23/2008 6:07:08 PM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: SouthTexas

65 is the max on our thermostat program. The further south ya go, the thinner yer blood gets I guess. I have a friend from Missoula who wears a flannel shirt when the rest of us here are wearing down parkas. Ya, we think he’s nuts too...


45 posted on 10/23/2008 6:18:40 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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To: glock rocks

If we waited that long, we’d barely use our heat. LOL


46 posted on 10/23/2008 6:24:11 PM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: SouthTexas; glock rocks
# 83 fined for Acid Dipped body parts... http://www.thatsracin.com/topstories/story/20238.html
47 posted on 10/23/2008 8:55:00 PM PDT by tubebender (Why do we drive a on a Parkway but park on a Driveway)
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To: tubebender

Holy McVickers, Batman.


48 posted on 10/23/2008 10:14:50 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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To: tubebender

They probably just bought their sheetmetal from China.

24 ga is awful thin for body parts, the thinnest we use is 26.


49 posted on 10/24/2008 5:48:27 AM PDT by SouthTexas (Invert the 5-4 and you have no rights.)
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To: SouthTexas
Qualifying was rained out... we go by points...

STARTING LINEUP Starting Line Up by Row
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Pep Boys 500


Start
Pos
Car# Driver Manu Reason
1 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevy 1st in Owners Pts
2 16 Greg Biffle Ford 2nd
3 31 Jeff Burton Chevy 3rd
4 99 Carl Edwards Ford 4th
5 07 Clint Bowyer Chevy 5th
6 29 Kevin Harvick Chevy 6th
7 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy 7th
8 20 Tony Stewart Toyota 8th
9 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevy 9th
10 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 10th
11 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 11th
12 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 12th
13 6 David Ragan Ford 13th
14 8 Mark Martin Chevy 14th
15 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge 15th
16 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevy 16th
17 12 Ryan Newman Dodge 17th
18 83 Brian Vickers Toyota 18th
19 2 Kurt Busch Dodge 19th
20 26 Jamie McMurray Ford 20th
21 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge 21st
22 5 Casey Mears Chevy 22nd
23 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge 23rd
24 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Dodge 24th
25 28 Travis Kvapil Ford 25th
26 44 David Reutimann Toyota 26th
27 15 Paul Menard Chevy 27th
28 38 David Gilliland Ford 28th
29 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota 29th
30 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge 30th
31 66 Scott Riggs Chevy 31st
32 01 Regan Smith # Chevy 32nd
33 22 Dave Blaney Toyota 33rd
34 84 Scott Speed Toyota 34th
35 7 Robby Gordon Dodge 35th
36 77 Sam Hornish Jr. # Dodge 2007 Owner Winner
37 21 Bill Elliott [PC] Ford Past Champ 1988
38 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota 32 attempts, 36th owners pts
39 10 AJ Allmendinger Dodge 23, 38th
40 96 Ken Schrader Toyota 32/ 39th
41 45 Chad McCumbee Dodge 32, 40th
42 78 Joe Nemechek Chevy 32, 42nd
43 70 Tony Raines Chevy 32, 43rd
DNQ 40 Bryan Clauson Dodge 18, 44th
DNQ 02 Joey Logano Toyota 1, 57th


50 posted on 10/24/2008 3:24:54 PM PDT by glock rocks (I'm the NRA, and I vote. Pray for the republic.)
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