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Race Capsule

What: Race 6 of 25 on Camping World Truck circuit
Where: Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE
When: May 13, 2011 4:45 pm EDT
Laps: 200
Track Length: 1. miles
Race Length: 200.00 miles



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Dover International Speedway




Race Capsule

What: Race 11 of 34 on Nationwide circuit
Where: Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE
When: May 14, 2011 2:15 pm EDT
Laps: 200
Track Length: 1. miles
Race Length: 200.00 miles



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Race Capsule

What: Race 11 of 36 on Sprint Cup circuit
Where: Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE
When: May 15, 2011 1:15 pm EDT
Laps: 400
Track Length: 1. miles
Race Length: 400.00 miles



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Records
Date Series Driver Speed

9/21/97 Sprint Cup Race Mark Martin 133.00
6/6/04 Sprint Cup Qualifying Jeremy Mayfield 161.522
9/26/09 Nationwide Race Clint Bowyer 122.00
5/15/10 Nationwide Qualifying Kyle Busch 158.228
6/2/06 Camping World Truck Race Mark Martin 120.00
6/4/05 Camping World Truck Qualifying David Starr 157.577

Camping World Truck Series
Upcoming Race May 13
Lucas Oil 200


Camping World Truck
Date Race Name Pole Winner Race Winner Make Purse

5/14/10 Dover 200 Kyle Busch Aric Almirola Toyota $587,559
5/30/09 AAA Insurance 200 Ron Hornaday Jr. Brian Scott Toyota $653,357
5/30/08 AAA Insurance 200 Mike Skinner Scott Speed Toyota $675,476
6/1/07 AAA Insurance 200 Mike Skinner Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet $667,461




Upcoming Race May 14
5-hour ENERGY 200
Nationwide
Date Race Name Pole Winner Race Winner Make Purse
5/15/10 Heluva Good! 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota $1,166,666
9/25/10 Dover 200 Joey Logano Kyle Busch Toyota $1,166,666
5/30/09 Heluva Good! 200 Joey Logano Brad Keselowski Chevrolet $1,158,928
9/26/09 Dover 200 Kyle Busch Clint Bowyer Chevrolet $1,158,928
5/31/08 Heluva Good! 200 Carl Edwards Denny Hamlin Toyota $1,163,459
9/20/08 Camping World RV Sales 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota $1,163,459
9/22/07 RoadLoans.com 200 Greg Biffle Denny Hamlin Chevrolet $1,127,483
6/2/07 Dover 200 Denny Hamlin Carl Edwards Ford $1,127,483


Upcoming Race May 15
FedEx 400 benefitting Autism Speaks


Sprint Cup
Date Race Name Pole Winner Race Winner Make Purse
5/16/10 Autism Speaks 400 Martin Truex Jr. Kyle Busch Toyota $5,769,505
9/26/10 AAA 400 Jimmie Johnson Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet $5,121,544
5/31/09 Autism Speaks 400 David Reutimann Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet $5,912,707
9/27/09 AAA 400 Jimmie Johnson Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet $5,273,330
6/1/08 Best Buy 400 Greg Biffle Kyle Busch Toyota $5,864,924
9/21/08 Camping World RV 400 presented by AAA Jeff Gordon Greg Biffle Ford $5,233,851
6/4/07 Autism Speaks 400 Ryan Newman Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet $5,781,700
9/23/07 Dodge Dealers 400 Jimmie Johnson Carl Edwards Ford $5,132,767
 

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Dodge Motorsports Notes & Quotes - NSCS Race Advance - Dover

May 10, 2011 , DOVER, Del. - Dodge Motorsports Notes & Quotes
NSCS Race Advance
FedEx 400
Dover International Speedway
Sunday, May 15, 2011



DODGE AT DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

· Dodge has five wins at Dover: Richard Petty (2), Ryan Newman (3).

· Richard Petty gave Dodge its first Dover victory at the 1974 Delaware 500. He led 491 of the 500 laps.

· A Dodge has started from the pole 12 times at Dover. The first by Bobby Isaac (129.538 mph) in 1970 and most recent by Ryan Newman (152.925 mph) at the spring event in 2007.

· Dodge drivers Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski are both seeking their first Sprint Cup win at Dover.

DODGE NEWS AND NOTES

· Robby Gordon’s next scheduled race in the No. 7 Dodge Charger R/T is the Coca-Cola 600. The No. 7 Fast Five/SPEED Energy Dodge will be at Dover this weekend with the driver TBA.

· Kurt Busch has not been outside the top 10 in the Sprint Cup point standings this season. Season high: First (Weeks 3 & 4) Season Low: 8th (current).

· Brad Keselowski earned his first Sprint Cup top 10 of the season Saturday night at Darlington, finishing third.

THE DODGE BOYS

· Dodge has 207 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victories.

· Dodge’s most recent win came at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch led 252 of 400 laps en route to victory in the 2010 Coca-Cola 600. He also won the Sprint All-Star Race the week prior to the 600.

· Dodge claimed two Sprint Cup victories in 2010.

· Dodge teams have posted 47 victories since the manufacturer’s return to NASCAR’s premier series in 2001 after being out of the sport since 1977.

· Dodge has posted wins each season since its return in 2001 including seven wins twice (2002 and 2006).

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

· Dodge swept both Cup Series races at Dover in 2003.

· Penske Racing has collected six wins at Dover – Rusty Wallace and Ryan Newman each with three wins.

· Only one of Kurt Busch’s 22 Cup Series wins has come from the pole – Homestead (2002).

DOVER NUGGETS

· Only 13 of the 82 Cup Series races at Dover have been won from the pole, 26 from the front row.

· The track qualifying record at Dover was set by former Dodge driver Jeremy Mayfield (22.288 sec./161.522 mph).

· The 1971 Mason-Dixon 500, won by Bobby Allison, was the only caution-free race at Dover.

DODGE HISTORICAL DATA

· First Dodge NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win at Dover: Richard Petty, 9/15/1974, Delaware 500, 113.64 mph avg. speed.

· Last Dodge NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win at Dover: Ryan Newman, 9/26/2004, MBNA 400, 119.067 avg. speed.

DID YOU KNOW?

· Kurt Busch made his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut at Dover in 2000 (prior to joining Penske Racing). He started 10th and finished 18th in the fall event. He also competed in the Craftsman Truck Series event that weekend, posting a victory in his only start in a truck at ‘The Monster Mile’. He will make his 22nd Sprint Cup start at Dover on Sunday.

2011 SPRINT CUP SERIES SEASON BEST

· Kurt Busch Start: 2nd – Phoenix
Finish: 5th – Daytona

· Brad Keselowski Start: 9th – Phoenix
Finish: 3rd – Darlington

· Robby Gordon Start: 30th – Daytona
Finish: 16th – Daytona


FROM THE ENGINEER: HOWARD COMSTOCK - DODGE
"From the "Lady in Black" last week at Darlington, to the “Monster Mile" of Dover this week, is a pretty challenging two week stretch for the Sprint Cup teams. The asphalt 1.36 miles of Darlington is fast and slippery and the one-mile concrete high banks of Dover are just as fast. The banked corners of Dover are so high that the drivers have to use the term "land" when they talk about how the car transitions from the relatively flat straightaways to the incredibly tall banking they impact at each end of this speedway. Controlling the car on corner entry will be a big part of the engineering challenge that the teams will face this week. If you can control corner entry then you can carry momentum through the corner and set up for that next straight-away dash."

FROM THE CREW CHIEF
“It was nice to score a solid finish last weekend (at Darlington) after some of the tough breaks that we’ve caught this year. We know that we have to make our race cars faster, but to see our team come together and keep digging and take a 15th-place car to a top-three car is a step in the right direction. It’s really competitive out here and when your car isn’t perfect, you need to win the attrition battle and grind your way to positive finishes.”
Paul Wolfe, crew chief, No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger R/T

DODGE MOTORSPORTS QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Coming back to Dover is really cool. I’ve run these tracks on the Nationwide and Truck series enough to have a pretty good comfort level in the Cup Series. Dover is a place that I had success on and it’s a great track to race on. A lap around Dover is pretty spectacular. That rollercoaster feeling you get climbing and falling off the corners is amazing. I feel pretty confident going back there and I’d like to think that Dover is one of my better tracks.”
Brad Keselowski, driver, No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger R/T

DODGE QUOTES
“To be successful at Dover, you have to stay on top of the changing track conditions during the race. It’s a track where your car can start getting tighter and tighter as the track gets rubbered in and we’ll go in there this weekend definitely with that situation on our minds when it comes to our race setup.

“We’ve had some strong cars there, especially over the last couple of years. We’ve led laps and been in contention for the win several times, but just haven’t been able to pull it off. It’s one of the tracks that we’ve been most consistent in making the right adjustments through the race and we’re certainly hoping that trend continues there this weekend.
Kurt Busch, No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T

“What makes Dover so difficult is the fact that it has so much load – you’re asking the car to do a lot of different things. Then you combine the way that the track’s concrete rubbers-in and it really makes your front tires slick. It’s always a challenge to find front grip and what you end up doing is taking away rear grip. That just makes it more challenging to drive when your car gets sideways. With the track being concrete, it makes you become a more disciplined driver. It’s the fine balance between driving your car hard and finding the finesse that you need to drive hard through the center of the corner.”
Brad Keselowski, No 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger R/T
 

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Tom German leaving Penske Racing

05/11/2011

Penske Racing technical director Tom German, who came under fire from Kurt Busch at Richmond two weeks ago, is leaving the team at the end of the month to attend the Sloan School of Management at MIT, FOXSports.com reported.

Busch, who finished 22nd at Richmond, three laps down to the leaders, expressed his displeasure on the radio during the race, saying, “I’m sorry, our day was done when Tom German decided he was in charge.”

Penske officials said German indicated interest in the program last fall, and the team supported him as he applied. Penske said only about 15 percent of those applicants are accepted into the program.


Read more: Tom German leaving Penske Racing - NASCAR - Sporting News
 

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Dodge Motorsports Notes & Quotes - Kurt Busch Open Interview - Dover 1

May 13, 2011 , DOVER, Del. - Friday, May 13, 2011 Denny Darnell
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KURT BUSCH (No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T)
HOW HAVE YOU PREPARED FOR THE WEEKEND AT DOVER? “This has been a good track for us recently racing here at the Monster Mile; a track that you really have to attack with authority. You go out there and have the high banks and you’re really wrestling the wheel and trying to give the throttle pedal all that you can give it. You just have a lot of fun racing this race track. You get out there for a long race, lap times are so competitive. It’s difficult to make up time on the other competitors on the short runs. You set up the car to pay dividends on the long runs, that way you’re not wearing out your tires. We’ve got our work cut out for us. We think that we can get a top 10 this weekend or maybe even better. We just have to continue to make good adjustments on the car.”

DO YOU REMEMBER ANYTHING THAT’S HAPPENED BETWEEN YOU AND KEVIN HARVICK THAT MAY HAVE IMPACTED SOMETHING BETWEEN HARVICK AND YOUR BROTHER? “OK, right! Let’s congratulate Regan Smith on his win last week; I don’t think he’s gotten any coverage whatsoever (laughs). He did a great job to win that race. Congratulations to Furniture Row Motorsports.

“For that issue, I’d say who hasn’t (Kevin) Harvick had an issue with. Everybody has had run-ins. I’ve had run-ins. (Greg) Biffle has had run-ins. You name it and everybody has had run-ins with other guys. I mean, who knows? The way that rivalries are started is from having heated issues out on the race track time and time again. We’ve seen that with guys like Rusty (Wallace) and DW (Darrell Waltrip). We’ve seen that with the Allisons and (Cale) Yarborough. We’ve seen it over the years. It’s nothing different; what we’re rolling through now is what we went through then.”

IS IT MORE OF AN EFFORT TO KEEP YOUR COOL IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT AT DOVER? “Yeah, things happen here so quickly and you’re really fighting the car all race long. Just like me and Tony Stewart a few years back, it takes that one little trip of the trigger and it seems like driver’s fuses are shorter here just because the track demands that much more from the driver.”

YOU MENTIONED LAST WEEK THAT YOU WERE GOING TO TURN YOUR RADIO OFF DURING THE RACE? DID YOU LEARN SOMETHING FROM RICHMOND? “Yeah. Each week is a chance to learn something new. As a driver, the day that you stop learning something, it’s the day that you’re not moving forward. It’s now a better understanding throughout the team on where were going for a direction and what I have to do inside the cockpit to be a team leader and to give us the best result each week out on the track. When I got into the hauler after the race, the team engineer apologized profusely because they put the wrong set-up in the front end of the car. I didn’t know that. We didn’t know that during the race. I didn’t know it, (but) they knew it during the race. It was a tough battle all race long to have the wrong set-up in the car. Things like that happen. I handled it the best way that I could with the guy and said, ‘Hey, people make mistakes’.”

WITH THE EARLY-SEASON STRUGGLES, DO YOU GO INTO CHARLOTTE WITH A POSITIVE ATTIDUDE BASED OFF YOUR SUCCESS THERE LAST SEASON? “I don’t see why not. I think it’s a great opportunity to go to the All-Star race and test some things out. We were at Gresham Motorsports Park this week and ran 530 laps – 10 sets of tires. I ran the most laps in today’s practice. You’re going to see a quantity of laps from me coming up here in the next few months.”

CAN YOU EXPAND ON TOM GERMAN’S DEPARTURE FROM PENSKE RACING? “There’s no departure. From what I understand, he’s going to MIT to pursue his Master’s Degree; I’m not quite sure exactly. Timing is interesting on things and it means that my voice has been heard through the Penske organization.”
 

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CUP: Kurt Busch, Keselowski 1-2 In Practice
Penske Dodges lead way as teams prepare for Saturday qualifying…
Mike Hembree | Posted May 13, 2011 Dover, DE




Friday’s second Sprint Cup practice at Dover International Speedway was colored Penske.

Penske Racing teammates Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski led the session, Busch running 157.922 miles per hour and Keselowski following at 157.591.

Ten races into the season, both Penske drivers are still searching for their first win. Busch is eighth in points with five top 10s, but Keselowski trails in 26th in points.

Following the Penske Dodges in practice Friday was the Roush Fenway Racing trio of Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and David Ragan.

Qualifying for Sunday’s FedEx 400 is scheduled at noon (ET) Saturday.


 

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NASCAR TRUCK Results

Status: Final

Last Updated: Saturday, May 14, 2011 1:22 am, EDT
Lucas Oil 200

Dover International Speedway




Order Driver (No.) Car Pts/Bonus Laps Laps Led Winnings

1 Kyle Busch (18) Toyota 48/5 200 128 $41,900
2 Cole Whitt (60) Chevrolet 43/1 200 23 $32,350
3 Matt Crafton (88) Chevrolet 42/1 200 13 $22,450
4 Austin Dillon (3) Chevrolet 40/0 200 0 $18,500
5 Kevin Harvick (2) Chevrolet 40/1 200 18 $15,525
6 Joey Coulter (22) Chevrolet 38/0 200 0 $17,800
7 Brendan Gaughan (62) Toyota 37/0 200 0 $15,500
8 James Buescher (31) Chevrolet 36/0 200 0 $15,500
9 Ron Hornaday Jr. (33) Chevrolet 35/0 200 0 $14,300
10 Justin Marks (66) Chevrolet 34/0 200 0 $17,600
11 Johnny Sauter (13) Chevrolet 33/0 200 0 $13,850
12 David Starr (81) Toyota 33/1 200 11 $13,575
13 Max Papis (9) Toyota 31/0 200 0 $13,475
14 Jason White (23) Chevrolet 31/1 200 4 $13,375
15 Ryan Sieg (39) Chevrolet 29/0 200 0 $15,100
16 Nelson Piquet Jr. (8) Chevrolet 28/0 199 0 $13,675
17 Timothy Peters (17) Toyota 28/1 199 1 $13,075
18 Chris Fontaine (51) Chevrolet 26/0 199 0 $12,975
19 Shane Sieg (93) Chevrolet 25/0 197 0 $12,875
20 Clay Rogers (92) Chevrolet 24/0 197 0 $13,500
21 Parker Kligerman (29) Dodge 23/0 197 0 $11,425
22 Johanna Long (20) Toyota 23/1 192 2 $11,325
23 Travis Kvapil (5) Toyota 21/0 189 0 $10,225
24 Craig Goess (46) Toyota 20/0 181 0 $10,125
25 Justin Lofton (77) Toyota 19/0 177 0 $10,175
26 Norm Benning (57) Chevrolet 18/0 94 0 $9,925
27 Todd Bodine (30) Toyota 17/0 85 0 $11,175
28 Miguel Paludo (7) Toyota 16/0 73 0 $9,725
29 Ricky Carmichael (4) Chevrolet 15/0 71 0 $9,600
30 Brad Sweet (32) Chevrolet 14/0 54 0 $10,000
31 Johnny Chapman (07) Chevrolet 13/0 31 0 $9,400
32 Chris Jones (87) Chevrolet 12/0 27 0 $9,300
33 Carl Long (1) Chevrolet 11/0 15 0 $9,275
34 J.R. Fitzpatrick (99) Ford 10/0 5 0 $9,200
35 Mike Garvey (138) Chevrolet 9/0 2 0 $9,175
36 Chris Lafferty (10) Chevrolet 8/0 2 0 $9,126
 

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NASCAR NATIONWIDE Results

Status: Final

Last Updated: Saturday, May 14, 2011 6:42 pm, EDT
5-hour ENERGY 200

Dover International Speedway



Order Driver (No.) Car Pts/Bonus Laps Laps Led Winnings Lap Progress

1 Carl Edwards (60) Ford 48/5 209 87 $39,775 Chart
2 Kyle Busch (18) Toyota 42/0 209 0 $26,725 Chart
3 Reed Sorenson (32) Chevrolet 41/0 209 0 $28,868 Chart
4 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (6) Ford 41/1 209 33 $26,218 Chart
5 David Reutimann (164) Toyota 0/0 209 0 $16,700 Chart
6 Elliott Sadler (2) Chevrolet 38/0 209 0 $22,418 Chart
7 Kenny Wallace (09) Toyota 37/0 209 0 $21,928 Chart
8 James Buescher (30) Chevrolet 36/0 209 0 $21,288 Chart
9 Aric Almirola (88) Chevrolet 35/0 209 0 $23,318 Chart
10 Mike Wallace (01) Chevrolet 34/0 209 0 $23,293 Chart
11 Jason Leffler (38) Chevrolet 33/0 209 0 $20,268 Chart
12 Brad Keselowski (22) Dodge 33/1 208 8 $14,675 Chart
13 Joey Logano (20) Toyota 32/1 208 37 $14,025 Chart
14 Clint Bowyer (33) Chevrolet 31/1 208 37 $13,450 Chart
15 Mike Bliss (14) Chevrolet 29/0 208 0 $21,718 Chart
16 Steve Wallace (66) Toyota 28/0 208 0 $19,768 Chart
17 Josh Wise (7) Chevrolet 28/1 208 5 $19,693 Chart
18 Ryan Truex (99) Toyota 26/0 207 0 $20,643 Chart
19 Joe Nemechek (87) Toyota 25/0 207 0 $19,593 Chart
20 Michael Annett (62) Toyota 24/0 205 0 $20,268 Chart
21 J.R. Fitzpatrick (167) Ford 23/0 204 0 $13,225 Chart
22 Timmy Hill (15) Ford 22/0 204 0 $19,393 Chart
23 Danny Efland (39) Ford 21/0 203 0 $19,718 Chart
24 Jeremy Clements (51) Chevrolet 20/0 202 0 $19,268 Chart
25 Eric McClure (19) Chevrolet 19/0 201 0 $19,843 Chart
26 Morgan Shepherd (89) Chevrolet 18/0 184 0 $12,700 Chart
27 Derrike Cope (28) Chevrolet 17/0 166 0 $19,518 Chart
28 Dennis Setzer (70) Dodge 16/0 140 0 $19,043 Chart
29 Justin Allgaier (31) Chevrolet 15/0 138 0 $18,968 Chart
30 Brian Scott (11) Toyota 14/0 87 0 $19,218 Chart
31 Kevin Swindell (16) Ford 13/0 86 0 $18,863 Chart
32 Alex Kennedy (23) Dodge 12/0 84 0 $18,803 Chart
33 Donnie Neuenberger (81) Dodge 11/0 70 0 $18,743
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34 Carl Long (141) Ford 10/0 52 0 $12,240 Chart
35 Scott Wimmer (40) Chevrolet 10/1 44 2 $12,210 Chart
36 Tim Andrews (79) Ford 8/0 44 0 $12,185 Chart
37 Jennifer Jo Cobb (113) Ford 7/0 43 0 $12,165 Chart
38 Kevin Lepage (52) Chevrolet 6/0 19 0 $12,100 Chart
39 Brad Teague (0) Chevrolet 5/0 10 0 $12,075 Chart
40 Brett Rowe (55) Chevrolet 4/0 7 0 $12,020 Chart
41 Jeff Green (44) Chevrolet 3/0 6 0 $11,990 Chart
42 Charles Lewandoski (104) Ford 2/0 4 0 $11,950 Chart
43 Blake Koch (182) Dodge 1/0 1 0 $11,892 Chart
 

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Qualifying

Status: Field Set

Last Updated: Saturday, May 14, 2011 12:45 pm, EDT
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Dover International Speedway


Johnson wins Dover pole because of rain

Order Driver (No.) Car Qualifying Speed

1 Jimmie Johnson (48) Chevrolet -
2 A J Allmendinger (43) Ford -
3 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88) Chevrolet -
4 Kasey Kahne (4) Toyota -
5 Joey Logano (20) Toyota -
6 Kurt Busch (22) Dodge -
7 Kyle Busch (18) Toyota -
8 Martin Truex Jr. (56) Toyota -
9 Brad Keselowski (2) Dodge -
10 Kevin Harvick (29) Chevrolet -
11 Regan Smith (78) Chevrolet -
12 Greg Biffle (16) Ford -
13 Carl Edwards (99) Ford -
14 David Ragan (6) Ford -
15 Brian Vickers (83) Toyota -
16 Jeff Burton (31) Chevrolet -
17 David Reutimann (00) Toyota -
18 Marcos Ambrose (9) Ford -
19 Juan Pablo Montoya (42) Chevrolet -
20 Paul Menard (27) Chevrolet -
21 Jeff Gordon (24) Chevrolet -
22 Clint Bowyer (33) Chevrolet -
23 Bobby Labonte (47) Toyota -
24 Matt Kenseth (17) Ford -
25 Mark Martin (5) Chevrolet -
26 Denny Hamlin (11) Toyota -
27 Tony Stewart (14) Chevrolet -
28 Ryan Newman (39) Chevrolet -
29 David Gilliland (34) Ford -
30 Casey Mears (13) Toyota -
31 Jamie McMurray (1) Chevrolet -
32 Landon Cassill (09) Chevrolet -
33 Mike Bliss (32) Ford -
34 Scott Wimmer (7) Dodge -
35 Dave Blaney (36) Chevrolet -
36 Michael McDowell (66) Toyota -
37 Andy Lally (71) Ford -
38 J.J. Yeley (46) Chevrolet -
39 Mike Skinner (60) Toyota -
40 David Stremme (30) Chevrolet -
41 Travis Kvapil (38) Ford -
42 Joe Nemechek (87) Toyota -
43 Tony Raines (37) Ford -
44 Scott Riggs (181) DNQ -
 

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Dodge Motorsports NASCAR Nationwide Series Dover International Speedway Post Race Notes & Quotes
Press Release
May 14, 2011 – 9:48 pm


Dover International Raceway

Dodge Motorsports PR

5-Hour Energy 200

Post-Race Quotes

NASCAR Nationwide Series



BRAD KESELOWSKI (No. 22 Ruby Tuesday Dodge Challenger R/T) Finished 12th

“We had a decent day going, just didn’t finish it off. That’s unfortunate for our Ruby Tuesday Dodge team. I think the 60 (Carl Edwards) ran over the 20 (Joey Logano) and then all hell kind of broke loose from there. This is a tough place. A little wreck like that down the straightaway and the next thing you know, the whole field is involved. That’s just the way it goes. I’m disappointed for my guys. We had a fourth-place finish going. We’re just racing hard on these restarts; that’s what you have to do to run good. We were all racing hard and the 60 ran over the 20. With tight tracks like this, there’s nowhere to go.”

“We seem to be fighting the same problems every week on our Ruby Tuesday / Discount Tire Dodge Challenger. We haven’t found it yet, but we’ll keep working on it. A little more work and we’ll find it.”
 

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NSCAR Results

Status: Final

Last Updated: Sunday, May 15, 2011 5:22 pm, EDT
FedEx 400 benefitting Autism Speaks

Dover International Speedway


Order Driver (No.) Car Pts/Bonus Laps Laps Led Winnings Lap Progress

1 Matt Kenseth (17) Ford 47/4 400 33 $314,311 Chart
2 Mark Martin (5) Chevrolet 43/1 400 6 $197,025 Chart
3 Marcos Ambrose (9) Ford 41/0 400 0 $184,666 Chart
4 Kyle Busch (18) Toyota 40/0 400 0 $180,341 Chart
5 Brian Vickers (83) Toyota 39/0 400 0 $146,914 Chart
6 Clint Bowyer (33) Chevrolet 39/1 400 29 $158,958 Chart
7 Carl Edwards (99) Ford 38/1 400 117 $146,841 Chart
8 Martin Truex Jr. (56) Toyota 37/1 400 1 $109,425 Chart
9 Jimmie Johnson (48) Chevrolet 37/2 400 207 $159,211 Chart
10 Kevin Harvick (29) Chevrolet 34/0 400 0 $142,986 Chart
11 Jeff Burton (31) Chevrolet 33/0 400 0 $102,525 Chart
12 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88) Chevrolet 33/1 400 1 $101,200 Chart
13 Brad Keselowski (2) Dodge 31/0 400 0 $121,983 Chart
14 Kurt Busch (22) Dodge 30/0 400 0 $132,575 Chart

15 David Reutimann (00) Toyota 29/0 400 0 $118,958 Chart
16 Denny Hamlin (11) Toyota 28/0 400 0 $134,825 Chart
17 Jeff Gordon (24) Chevrolet 27/0 400 0 $126,061 Chart
18 Bobby Labonte (47) Toyota 26/0 400 0 $114,745 Chart
19 Greg Biffle (16) Ford 25/0 399 0 $102,525 Chart
20 Jamie McMurray (1) Chevrolet 24/0 398 0 $123,414 Chart
21 Ryan Newman (39) Chevrolet 23/0 398 0 $125,125 Chart
22 David Gilliland (34) Ford 22/0 398 0 $102,508 Chart
23 Casey Mears (13) Toyota 21/0 397 0 $86,300 Chart
24 Paul Menard (27) Chevrolet 20/0 396 0 $92,700 Chart
25 Mike Bliss (32) Ford 20/1 396 1 $98,708 Chart
26 Dave Blaney (36) Chevrolet 18/0 396 0 $95,033 Chart
27 Joey Logano (20) Toyota 17/0 395 0 $90,725 Chart
28 David Ragan (6) Ford 16/0 395 0 $90,175 Chart
29 Tony Stewart (14) Chevrolet 15/0 394 0 $124,433 Chart
30 Landon Cassill (09) Chevrolet 14/0 394 0 $93,422 Chart
31 Travis Kvapil (38) Ford 13/0 394 0 $78,725 Chart
32 Juan Pablo Montoya (42) Chevrolet 13/1 393 2 $119,608 Chart
33 Andy Lally (71) Ford 11/0 389 0 $88,875 Chart
34 Regan Smith (78) Chevrolet 10/0 361 0 $104,570 Chart
35 Tony Raines (37) Ford 9/0 341 0 $78,000 Chart
36 Kasey Kahne (4) Toyota 8/0 331 0 $85,875 Chart
37 A J Allmendinger (43) Ford 8/1 166 1 $114,641 Chart
38 Scott Wimmer (7) Dodge 6/0 77 0 $77,595 Chart
39 Joe Nemechek (87) Toyota 5/0 55 0 $77,485 Chart
40 J.J. Yeley (46) Chevrolet 4/0 51 0 $77,325 Chart
41 Mike Skinner (60) Toyota 3/0 51 0 $77,145 Chart
42 David Stremme (30) Chevrolet 2/0 47 0 $77,065 Chart
43 Michael McDowell (66) Toyota 2/1 45 2 $77,438 Chart
 
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