NASCAR Race Weekend Central

Numbers Game: All-Star Race

*2* Full-time Sprint Cup drivers entered in Sunday’s Nationwide race.

*2nd* was Kyle Busch’s position on the all-time Camping World Truck wins list after a win Friday. He is tied with Jack Sprague and Mike Skinner at 28 wins a piece.

*3* women ran in Sunday’s Nationwide race; the most in a single race in series history.

*5* drivers have won the All-Star race and Sprint Cup championship in the same season: Darrell Waltrip (1985), Dale Earnhardt (1987, 1990, 1993), Rusty Wallace (1989), Jeff Gordon (1995, 1997, 2001) and Jimmie Johnson (2006).

*6th* Finishing position of Kenny Wallace in his 500th career Nationwide start on Sunday.

*7* laps led by Kyle Busch in Friday’s Camping World Truck race. He took the lead from Clint Bowyer with seven laps remaining.

*7* drivers have won the All-Star race and Coca-Cola 600 in the same season. Kurt Busch was the most recent driver to accomplish the feat in 2010.

*8* cars pulled off the track in the first 15 laps of Sunday’s race in Iowa.

*10* Caution flags thrown in Friday’s Camping World Truck race. It tied a series
record at the track.

*17* The record number of lead changes in Sunday’s Nationwide race at Iowa. The race also set a record for lap leaders (seven).

*19* different winners in All-Star race history. Carl Edwards became the 19th on Saturday.

*19* The age of Camping World Truck point leader Cole Whitt. He is the first
rookie and youngest driver to lead the standings in series history.

*22* All-Star races Mark Martin has competed in, the most of any driver. Martin finished 19th in Saturday’s race.

*43* races since the last full-time Nationwide driver won a series race, prior to Sunday’s victory by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Justin Allgaier did it on March 20, 2010 at Bristol.

*51* career Nationwide starts for Ricky Stenhouse.

*97* victories for Kyle Busch in NASCAR’s top three series after his Camping World Truck win on Friday. He moved into a tie with Dale Earnhardt and Darrell Waltrip for third on the all-time list.

*$1,151,825* The difference in prize money for Carl Edwards between his first-place finish ($1,203,300) on Saturday in the Sprint Cup All-Star race and his second-place finish ($51,675) on Sunday in the Nationwide race.

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