Number of drivers, crew chiefs and team members that were happy about the post-practice restrictor-plate change at Talladega this weekend.
Career win for Brian Vickers in 107 Nextel Cup starts.
Career pole in nine starts for David Gilliland. He posted a speed of 191.721 mph at Talladega.
3 hours, 10 minutes, 23 seconds
Time it took to complete the UAW-Ford 500.
Martin Truex Jr.‘s finishing position, earning him Rookie of the Race honors.
Wins for Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Talladega; the most of any active driver.
Caution flags for a total of 22 laps Sunday.
Top-10 finishes in 2006 for Kasey Kahne, including Sunday’s second-place run, his best ever finish on a restrictor-plate track.
Laps led by race winner Vickers Sunday in the UAW-Ford 500.
Penalties handed down by NASCAR Sunday during the running of the UAW-Ford 500.
Positions gained by Bobby Labonte in the UAW-Ford 500 to win the USG Improving the Finish Award (started 39th, finished 10th).
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.
Cars running at the end of the UAW-Ford 500, with 23 of those ending the race on the lead lap.
The furthest back a winner has started at Talladega. This occurred in April 16, 2000, when Jeff Gordon won the Diehard 500.
Laps led by Earnhardt Jr. on Sunday, the most of any driver.
Derrike Cope‘s finishing position Sunday in the UAW-Ford 500; He completed just nine laps before retiring from the event for an overheating engine.
Lead changes among 23 drivers Sunday.
Career wins for car owner Rick Hendrick after Vickers’s trip to victory lane on Sunday.
Average race speed (in mph) of the fall Cup race at Talladega.
Laps in the UAW-Ford 500, equaling 500.080 miles.
Year when Richard Brickhouse won the first Cup race at Talladega, the Talladega 500.
Estimated crowd in attendance at Talladega.
Vickers’s purse for winning the UAW-Ford 500.
Total purse for the UAW-Ford 500.
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