Points that Jimmie Johnson leads Jeff Gordon by in the Nextel Cup points standings. Technically they are tied, but if this was the end of the season, Johnson would get the nod for having more race wins.
Career Cup victory for Sylvania 300 winner Clint Bowyer in 64 starts.
Career Bud poles for Bowyer after taking the top starting spot in the Sylvania 300, with a lap time of 29.206 seconds and a speed of 130.412 mph.
2 hours, 52 minutes, 23 seconds
Time it took to complete the Sylvania 300.
Number of cars that failed to make the starting field for Sunday’s race.
(No. 36 – Jeremy Mayfield; No. 37 – Kevin Lepage; No. 44 – Dale Jarrett; No. 49 – John Andretti; No. 55 – Michael Waltrip; No. 06 – Sam Hornish Jr.)
Number of times Bowyer led the Sylvania 300, the most of any driver.
Penalties handed down by NASCAR during the running of the Sylvania 300.
Bowyer’s margin of victory over Gordon (in seconds).
Top-10 finishes this season for New Hampshire winner Bowyer.
Caution flags for a total of 27 laps Sunday.
Lead changes among nine drivers at New Hampshire.
Top-five finishes this season for Sylvania 300 runner-up Gordon.
Drivers who have won a race in all three of NASCAR’s top divisions (Cup, Busch, and Trucks) after adding Bowyer to the list this weekend.
David Ragan‘s finishing position Sunday at New Hampshire, earning him Rookie of the Race honors for the 12th time this season.
Positions gained by Matt Kenseth in the Sylvania 300 to win the USG Improving the Finish Award.
Cars running at the end of the race Sunday; 25 of those were on the lead lap.
Brian Vickers‘s finishing position at New Hampshire. He completed the race 35 laps down, the final car in the field to finish on a day where all 43 cars made it to the end for the first time in NASCAR history.
Career Cup wins for Richard Childress after Bowyer’s trip to Victory Lane.
Average race speed (in mph).
Laps led by Sylvania 300 winner Bowyer on Sunday, the most of any driver.
Laps in the Sylvania 300, equaling 317.4 miles.
Estimated crowd in attendance at New Hampshire on Sunday.
Number of fans that actually enjoyed the Sylvania 300 on Sunday. Those watching at home suffered a long, boring day!
Bowyer’s purse for winning the Sylvania 300.
Total purse for the Sylvania 300.
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