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Numbers Game: 2007 LifeLock 400 at Kansas

Number of times Greg Biffle led the LifeLock 400.

Cars moved to the rear of the field at the start of the LifeLock 400.
(No. 48 – Jimmie Johnson, backup car; No. 7 – Robby Gordon, engine change)

Consecutive Bud poles for Johnson after taking the top starting spot for Sunday’s race with a speed of 175.063 mph.

3 hours, 2 seconds
Time it took to complete the LifeLock 400.

Number of cars that failed to make the starting field for Sunday’s event.
(No. 4 – Ward Burton; No. 47 – Jon Wood; No. 83 – Brian Vickers; No. 84 – AJ Allmendinger)

Points that Johnson leads Jeff Gordon by in the Nextel Cup points standings.

Top-10 finishes this season for Kansas winner Biffle.

Career Cup victories for LifeLock 400 winner Biffle in 179 starts.

Caution flags for a total of 54 laps Sunday.

Top-10 finishes this season for LifeLock 400 runner-up Clint Bowyer.

Lead changes among 10 drivers Sunday.

David Ragan‘s finishing position in the LifeLock 400, earning him Rookie of the Race honors for the 13th time this season.

Positions gained by Dave Blaney in the LifeLock 400 to win the USG Improving the Finish Award.

Laps led by LifeLock 400 winner Biffle on Sunday.

Cars running at the end of the LifeLock 400; 27 of those were on the lead lap.

Ryan Newman‘s finishing position on Sunday. He completed 108 laps before retiring from the LifeLock 400 due to a blown engine.

Laps led by Kurt Busch on Sunday, the most of any driver.

Career Cup wins for Jack Roush after Biffle’s trip to Victory Lane on Sunday.

Average race speed (in mph).

Laps in the LifeLock 400, equaling 315 miles.

Estimated crowd in attendance at Kansas on Sunday.

Biffle’s purse for winning the LifeLock 400.

Total purse for the LifeLock 400.

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