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Numbers Game: 2008 LifeLock 400 at Michigan

1
Car that fell to the back of the field at the start of racing at Michigan.
(No. 15 Paul Menard for an engine change)

2
Drivers that failed to qualify for the Cup race at Michigan.
(No. 70 – Jason Leffler, No. 34 Tony Raines)

2 hours, 47 minutes, 34 seconds
Time it took to complete the LifeLock 400.

3rd
Dale Earnhardt Jr.‘s starting position in the LifeLock 400 on Sunday.

5
Number of times winner Earnhardt Jr. led the LifeLock 400 Sunday.

8
Caution flags for a total of 22 laps at Michigan.

14
Laps led by LifeLock 400 winner Earnhardt Jr.

18
Career wins for Earnhardt Jr. in 306 starts.

19
Positions gained by Patrick Carpentier in the LifeLock 400 to win the USG Improving the Finish Award.

22nd
Sam Hornish Jr.‘s finishing position, earning him Raybestos Rookie of the Race honors for the sixth time this season.

31
Lead changes among 13 drivers Sunday.

32
Points that Kyle Busch leads Jeff Burton by in the NASCAR Sprint Cup points standings.

39
Cars running at the end of the LifeLock 400; 24 of those finished on the lead lap.

43rd
Dario Franchitti‘s finishing position Sunday in the LifeLock 400. He completed just 30 laps before blowing the engine in his Juicy Fruit Dodge.

65
Laps led by Jimmie Johnson in the LifeLock 400, the most of any driver.

145.375
Average race speed (in mph).

169
Career wins for Hendrick Motorsports after Earnhardt Jr.’s trip to Victory Lane on Sunday.

203
Laps in the LifeLock 400, equaling 406 miles, three more laps and six more miles than the advertised distance.

115,000
Estimated crowd in attendance at Michigan.

$173,550
Earnhardt Jr.’s purse for winning the LifeLock 400.

$5,243,196
Total purse for the LifeLock 400.

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