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Numbers Game: Toyota Owners 400

0.754

Margin of victory (in seconds) for Kurt Busch over Kevin Harvick.

 

1

Kurt Busch’s first win of 2015 came Sunday at Richmond.

 

1

Number of Joe Gibbs Racing cars who finished in the top 18 (Matt Kenseth, 7th). After winning the two prior short-track races in 2015, the team was expected to contend at Richmond.

 

3

Poles for Joey Logano in 2015 after winning first-career Richmond pole on Friday.

 

3

DNF’s for Tony Stewart in 2015 following his lap 361 accident.

 

5

Number of second-place finishes for Kevin Harvick in 2015 following a runner-up result on Sunday (10 top-2 finishes in last 12 races)

 

6

Top 10s for Jeff Gordon in succession after Richmond.

 

6.4

Average finish for second-place finisher Kevin Harvick through nine races.

 

7

Different winners in nine races in 2015.

 

8

Top 10s for Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Martin Truex Jr. after all finishing top 10 in Richmond

 

8

Cautions for 53 laps on Sunday.

 

8

Top 20 finishes for Aric Almirola after finishing 20th on Sunday, one of five drivers with eight in 2015.

 

12

Lead changes among five drivers.

 

16

Starting and finishing position for Chase Elliott in his second Cup start.

 

28

Wins for Stewart-Haas Racing following Busch’s Richmond win.

 

33

Points gap for Kevin Harvick over Joey Logano in the standings.

 

36

Qualifying effort for Jimmie Johnson, later finishing third.

 

48

Points earned by Kurt Busch which equals the maximum points possible in a Sprint Cup Series race.

 

118

Races run at Richmond in its 62-year history following Sunday.

 

291

Laps led by race winner Kurt Busch – not only the most in a single race in his career, but more than anyone has led in a race all season.

 

$226,240

Winning purse for Kurt Busch.

 

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