NASCAR Race Weekend Central

Numbers Game: 2009 CARFAX 400 at Michigan

1
Career Cup win for Team Red Bull after Brian Vickers‘s trip to victory lane on Sunday.

1
Driver failed to qualify for the CARFAX 400.
(No. 37 – Tony Raines)

2
Career Sprint Cup victories for CARFAX 400 winner Vickers in 195 starts.

3
Number of times winner Vickers led the CARFAX 400 Sunday.

3
Cars moved to the rear of the field at the start of the CARFAX 400.
(No. 9 – Kasey Kahne, No. 36 – Mike Skinner, No. 66 – Dave Blaney; all changed engines )

3 hours, 2 minutes, 28 seconds
Time it took to complete the CARFAX 400.

7
Caution flags for a total of 36 laps at Michigan.

7th
Joey Logano‘s finishing position in the CARFAX 400 earning him rookie of the race honors for the 17th time this season.

9
Number of penalties handed out by NASCAR during the running of the CARFAX 400.

12
Laps led by CARFAX 400 winner Vickers.

25
Lead changes among 14 drivers Sunday.

35
Cars running at the end of the CARFAX 400; 32 finished on the lead lap.

43rd
Bobby Labonte‘s finishing position in the CARFAX 400. He completed just 18 laps before losing the engine in the No. 96 DLP Ford.

131.531
Average race speed (in mph).

133
Laps led by Jimmie Johnson in the CARFAX 400; the most of any driver.

200
Laps in the CARFAX 400, equaling 400 miles.

284
Points that Tony Stewart leads Jeff Gordon by in the Sprint Cup standings.

103,000
Estimated crowd in attendance at Michigan.

$180,873
Vickers’s purse for winning the CARFAX 400.

$5,279,259
Total purse for the CARFAX 400.

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