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Sprint Cup Unofficial Results: Pocono 400

Thomas Bowles · Monday June 11, 2012

 

Fourteen down, 22 to go. Here’s the Cup Series order of finish from Sunday’s Pocono 400, Presented By #NASCAR out in the mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania:

KEY: *- Led The Most Laps
® = Rookie of the Year Candidate
(I) = Ineligible to earn points

Editor’s Note: Remember, some drivers will score zero points as they’re only allowed to accumulate them in one of NASCAR’s top three series: Sprint Cup, Nationwide, or Camping World Trucks.

Sprint Cup Series Finishing Order
Pocono 400 Presented By #NASCAR – Pocono
Pos Car No. Driver Manufacturer Laps Status Points Laps Led
1 20 Joey Logano Toyota 160 Running 48 49*
2 55 Mark Martin Toyota 160 Running 43 4
3 14 Tony Stewart Chevy 160 Running 41 0
4 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevy 160 Running 40 0
5 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 160 Running 40 21
6 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 160 Running 38 0
7 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 160 Running 38 11
8 88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Chevy 160 Running 37 36
9 27 Paul Menard Chevy 160 Running 35 0
10 1 Jamie McMurray Chevy 160 Running 35 14
11 99 Carl Edwards Ford 160 Running 33 0
12 39 Ryan Newman Chevy 160 Running 32 0
13 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 160 Running 31 0
14 29 Kevin Harvick Chevy 160 Running 30 0
15 31 Jeff Burton Chevy 160 Running 29 0
16 78 Regan Smith Chevy 160 Running 28 0
17 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Chevy 160 Running 28 3
18 2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 160 Running 26 0
19 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy 160 Running 25 0
20 56 Martin Truex, Jr. Toyota 160 Running 24 0
21 51 David Reutimann Chevy 160 Running 23 0
22 47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 160 Running 22 0
23 38 David Gilliland Ford 160 Running 22 2
24 16 Greg Biffle Ford 160 Running 21 19
25 10 Dave Blaney Chevy 159 Running 19 0
26 93 Travis Kvapil Ford 159 Running 18 0
27 34 David Ragan Ford 159 Running 18 1
28 43 Aric Almirola Ford 158 Running 16 0
29 5 Kasey Kahne Chevy 139 Accident 15 0
30 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 76 Engine 14 0
31 22 AJ Allmendinger Dodge 64 Accident 13 0
32 36 Tony Raines Chevy 47 Accident 12 0
33 33 Stephen Leicht ® Chevy 39 Brakes 11 0
34 98 Michael McDowell Ford 37 Rear Gear 10 0
35 13 Casey Mears Ford 36 Brakes 9 0
36 49 JJ Yeley Toyota 33 Accident 8 0
37 87 Joe Nemechek (I) Toyota 30 Brakes 0 0
38 19 Mike Bliss (I) Toyota 26 Brakes 0 0
39 74 Stacy Compton Chevy 24 Transmission 5 0
40 23 Scott Riggs Chevy 19 Overheating 4 0
41 32 Reed Sorenson (I) Ford 12 Accident 0 0
42 26 Josh Wise ® Ford 12 Brakes 2 0
43 83 Landon Cassill Toyota 1 Accident 1 0

2012 Championship Standings – With One Race Complete
1) Matt Kenseth: 523
2) Dale Earnhardt, Jr.: 513 (-10)
3) Greg Biffle: 507 (-16)
4) Denny Hamlin: 504 (-19)
5) Jimmie Johnson: 493 (-30)
6) Kevin Harvick: 470 (-53)
7) Martin Truex, Jr.: 465 (-58)
8) Tony Stewart: 448 (-75)
9) Clint Bowyer: 443 (-80)
10) Brad Keselowski: 426 (-97)
11) Carl Edwards: 423 (-100)
12) Kyle Busch: 420 (-103)

NOTE: Wild Cards are currently Kyle Busch (11th) and Ryan Newman (14th). Kyle Busch has won multiple times this season while Newman has done it only once.

Race Awards
3M Lap Leader: Joey Logano, 48 Laps
Coors Light Pole Award: Joey Logano (179.598 MPH)
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder Of The Race: Toyota Racing Development (No. 20)
Moog Chassis Parts Problem Solver Of The Race: Steve Addington (Tony Stewart’s crew chief)
American Ethanol Green Flag Restart Award: Joey Logano, No. 20 car
DirecTV Crew Chief Of The Race: Jason Ratcliff (Joey Logano’s crew chief)
Mobil1 Oil Driver Of The Race: Joey Logano, No. 20 car
Sunoco Rookie Of The Race: Stephen Leicht, No. 33 car

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