Daytona grid complete

The grid for the Daytona 500 has now been completed, following Thursday's two Gatorade Duels that decided the order behind the front-row. Those positions had been secured by Dale Jarrett and Jimmie Johnson in qualifying

Daytona grid complete

The remaining positions were made up of the rest of the top 35 points scoring cars, in the order they finished the heats, plus the best two finishers from each duel and the four fastest remaining qualifying drivers.

The added drivers were Mike Skinner and Kenny Wallace from the first Duel, with Kevin Lepage and Martin Truex qualifying from the second Duel. The speed qualifiers were Jason Leffler, Boris Said, John Andretti and Mike Wallace.

The biggest shock amongst the non-qualifiers was undoubtedly Robby Gordon, who failed to make the cut by one position in his entry as driver-team owner.

"It sounds crazy that a team as good as we are is going home," Gordon said. "That's why it's big-time racing. That's why so many teams try to be here, but to be honest, not that many teams are in Nextel Cup and (NASCAR) makes it very difficult to start new teams."



Dale Jarrett, No. 88 UPS Ford, 47.793sec/188.312mph
Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet, 47.829/188.170
Michael Waltrip, No. 15 NAPA Chevrolet
Tony Stewart, No. 20 Home Depot Chevrolet
Dale Earnhardt Jr., No. 8 Budweiser Chevrolet
Jeff Burton, No. 31 Cingular Chevrolet
Mike Skinner, No. 23 Dodge
Kevin Lepage, No. 37 Patron Tequila Dodge
Ryan Newman, No. 12 ALLTEL Dodge
Martin Truex, No. 1 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet
Ricky Rudd, No. 21 Motorcraft Ford
Scott Riggs, No. 10 Valvoline Chevrolet
Kurt Busch, No. 97 Sharpie/Irwin Ford
Matt Kenseth, No. 17 DeWalt Tools Ford
Jeff Gordon, No. 24 DuPont Chevrolet
Scott Wimmer, No. 22 Caterpillar Dodge
Jamie McMurray, No. 42 Havoline Dodge
Sterling Marlin, No. 40 Coors Light Dodge
Kyle Busch, No. 5 Kellogg's Chevrolet
Bobby Labonte, No. 18 Interstate Batteries Chevrolet
Kenny Wallace, No. 00 Aaron's Chevrolet
Bobby Hamilton Jr., No. 32 Tide Chevrolet
Greg Biffle, No. 16 National Guard Ford
Jeremy Mayfield, No. 19 Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge
Travis Kvapil, No. 77 Kodak/Jasper Dodge
Jeff Green, No. 43 Cheerios Dodge
Carl Edwards, No. 99 Scott's Ford
Brian Vickers, No. 25 GMAC Chevrolet
Casey Mears, No. 41 Target Dodge
Kevin Harvick, No. 29 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet
Ken Schrader, No. 49 Schwan's Dodge
Mark Martin, No. 6 Viagra Ford
Kyle Petty, No. 45 Georgia-Pacific Dodge
Joe Nemechek, No. 01 U.S. Army Chevrolet
Mike Bliss, No. 0 NetZero Chevrolet
Rusty Wallace, No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge
Kasey Kahne, No. 9 Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge
Dave Blaney, No. 07 Jack Daniel's Chevrolet
Elliott Sadler, No. 38 M&Ms Ford
Jason Leffler, No. 11 FedEx Chevrolet, 47.945/187.715
Boris Said, No. 36 Centrix Chevrolet, 48.097/187.122
John Andretti, No. 14 VB/APlus Ford, 48.303/186.324
Mike Wallace, No. 4 Lucas Oil Chevrolet, 48.411/185.908



Kerry Earnhardt, No. 33 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet, 48.517
Robby Gordon, No. 7 Jim Beam Chevrolet, 48.672
Kirk Shelmerdine, No. 27 goldenpalace.com Ford, 48.737
Johnny Sauter, No. 09 Miccosukee Resorts Dodge, 48.773
Hermie Sadler, No. 66 Peak Fitness Ford, 48.857
Eric McClure, No. 73 ARC DeHooker Chevrolet, 48.923
Stanton Barrett, No. 92 First Trust Chevrolet, 49.154
Greg Sacks, No. 13 Dodge, 49.174
Morgan Shepherd, No. 89 Victory in Jesus Dodge, 49.237
Derrike Cope, No. 55 SWAT Fitness Chevrolet, 49.376
Randy LaJoie, No. 34 Chevrolet, 49.680
Larry Gunselman, No. 52 rpo30.com Ford, 50.446
Geoff Bodine, No. 93 GIC Chevrolet, 50.823
Andy Belmont, No. 80 Bootie Lager Ford, 51.522

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