Active Cup drivers who made their first career starts at New Hampshire; Jeff Burton and Joe Nemechek. Ironically, both made their Cup debut in 1993, during the first ever Cup race held at the track.
3 hours, 6 minutes, 21 seconds
Time it took to complete the Sylvania 300.
Wins for Burton at New Hampshire, the most of any driver.
Number of cars that failed to make the starting field for Sunday’s race at New Hampshire.
(Stanton Barrett, No. 30; Chad Blount, No. 34; Carl Long, No. 46; Derrike Cope, No. 74; Kenny Wallace, No. 78)
Different race winners in the last five races at New Hampshire International Speedway.
Cup wins for Jack Roush at New Hampshire, making him the most successful owner in the track’s history.
Career victories for Harvick in 205 Nextel Cup starts after Sunday’s win.
Caution flags for a total of 47 laps Sunday at New Hampshire.
Penalties handed down by NASCAR during the running of the Sylvania 300.
Top-10 finishes in 2006 for Stewart, tied for fourth-best in Nextel Cup this season; unfortunately, he’s still on the outside looking in for this year’s Chase for the Championship.
Lead changes among 10 drivers during Sunday’s race.
Positions gained by Stewart in the Sylvania 300 to win the USG Improving the Finish Award.
Editor’s Note: Before you leave a comment, please note that teams must be a participant in the USG program to be eligible for this contingency award.
Points that Harvick leads Hamlin by in the Chase for the NASCAR Nextel Cup; this is the widest margin after Race No. 1 in the three-year history of the Chase. It’s also the first time in his career Harvick has led the Nextel Cup standings.
Cars running at the end of the Sylvania 300, 22 of those on the lead lap.
The furthest back a winner has started at New Hampshire. This occurred in 1999 when Burton won the Jiffy Lube 300.
Career wins for Richard Childress after Harvick’s trip to Victory Lane on Sunday, fourth best among active car owners.
Average race speed (in mph).
Harvick’s pole-winning speed (in mph).
Laps led by race winner Harvick on Sunday, the most of any driver.
Laps in the Sylvania 300, equaling 317.400 miles.
Year when Rusty Wallace won the first Cup race held at New Hampshire, the Slick 50 300.
Estimated crowd in attendance Sunday.
Harvick’s purse for winning the Sylvania 300.