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Numbers Game: 2010 Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas

.152
Margin of victory (in seconds) by Denny Hamlin over Jimmie Johnson.

3
Number of drivers who fell out of the top 12 in points.

4
Number of lap leaders involved in the nine-car pileup on lap 319 in the Samsung Mobile 500.

5
Number of teams currently being represented in the top 12 in points.

7
Number of positions Hamlin gained in the points after his victory.

9
Number of cars involved in the lap 319 pileup in the Samsung Mobile 500.

10
Number of cars who ran less than 100 laps before pulling into the garage area for various reasons in Monday’s two races.

12
Number of leaders in Sunday’s Samsung Mobile 500.

12
Number of laps Hamlin led in Monday’s race. He led the final 12.

13
Number of cars on the lead lap at the end of Monday’s race.

15
Number of drivers who raced in both the Monday races at Texas Motor Speedway.

19
Number of days it had been since Hamlin’s surgery before his victory at Texas Motor Speedway on Monday.

19
Number of minutes spent under red flag after a nine-car pileup late in the race.

28
Number of green-flag lead changes in Monday’s race.

29
Number of lead changes in Monday’s race, tied for the most ever at Texas Motor Speedway.

124
Number of laps Jeff Gordon led in Monday’s race, the most of anybody. He finished 31st.

307
Number of points separating first-place Johnson and 12th-place Joey Logano.

321
Number of laps Dale Earnhardt Jr. spent in the top 15, the most of anybody.

801
Number of miles run in Monday’s races at Texas Motor Speedway.

92,000
Estimated number of people in attendance for Monday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway.

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