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Jimmie Johnson’s margin of victory over Matt Kenseth (in seconds).
Lap led by race winner Jimmie Johnson.
Extra laps ran on Sunday in the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400, to make a total of 405 miles.
Jimmie Johnson’s starting position.
3 hours, 2 minutes, 13 seconds
Time it took to complete the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400.
Cars dropped to the back of the field at the start of the race. (No. 12 Newman – engine change; No.19 Mayfield – backup car; No. 78 Wallace – backup car; No. 4 Wimmer – engine change)
Number of times Matt Kenseth led the field, for a total of 146 laps.
Cars who failed to make the starting field.
Caution flags for a total of 30 laps. (three for accidents/spinouts; four for debris)
Car number of Denny Hamlin, the highest finishing Rookie in the race. (started 16th – finished 10th)
Positions in the Nextel Cup point standings lost by Ryan Newman after this week’s race; the biggest drop of all competitors.
Positions in the Nextel Cup point standings gained by Greg Biffle after this week’s race; the biggest improvement of all drivers.
Lead changes among 11 drivers.
Number of places Casey Mears gained; the most of any driver. (He started 38th.)
Cars still running at the end of the race.
Average race speed (in mph)
Speed in mph Greg Biffle ran to win the pole for the UAW-DailmerChrysler 400; the second of his career.
The lap when Matt Kenseth ran the fastest lap of the race; averaging 169.242 mph around the 1.5 mile oval.
Points Chad Chaffin trails leader Jimmie Johnson by in the Nextel Cup Standings; he is ranked 49th.
Amount of money Chad Chaffin earned for his 42nd-place finish in the UAW-DailmerChrysler 400, the smallest payout in the event.
Amount of money Jimmie Johnson earned for his win in the UAW-DailmerChrysler 400.
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