Cars dropped to the back of the field at the start of the Nextel Cup race at Kansas Speedway.
Victories in 2006 for Tony Stewart after Sunday’s Kansas win. He also won at Martinsville in April and Daytona in July.
3 hours, 17 minutes, 22 seconds
Time it took to complete the Banquet 400.
Number of times I typed “Banquest 400” instead of Banquet 400 while writing this column. What the HECK is a Banquest, anyway! Hopefully, I caught them all.
(Editor’s Note: She did!)
Laps led by race winner Stewart – the last five.
Of the 10 Chase drivers who changed points positions after the race at Kansas.
“Hometown hero” Clint Bowyer‘s finishing position despite a wrinkled left-rear fender; the run earned him Rookie of the Race.
Caution flags for a total of 45 laps Sunday.
Stewart’s margin of victory at Kansas over Casey Mears (in seconds).
Denny Hamlin‘s finishing position Sunday, ending a streak of 11 straight top-15 finishes.
Top-10 finishes in 2006 for current points leader Jeff Burton.
Laps in the Banquet 400 completed by Reed Sorenson; he finished 43rd after wrecking in turn 4.
Lead changes among 13 drivers Sunday.
Race winner Stewart’s starting position.
Career wins in 227 starts for Stewart.
Penalties handed down by NASCAR during the running of the Banquet 400.
Positions gained by Mears in the Banquet 400, winning him the USG Improving the Finish Award. (Started 33rd; finished second)
Cars running at the end of the Banquet 400; 14 of those finished on the lead lap.
Points that Burton leads Hamlin by in the driver standings.
Laps led by Jimmie Johnson, the most of any driver.
Average race speed (in mph).
Kasey Kahne‘s pole-winning speed (in mph).
Laps in the Banquet 400, for a total of 400.500 miles.
Estimated crowd in attendance at Kansas.
Stewart’s purse for winning the Banquet 400.
Total purse for the Banquet 400.
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