Richmond NASCAR: all the stats

Dale Earnhardt's second place at Richmond has put him into second place in the NASCAR Winston Cup standings. Bobby Labonte finished 15th, but with Dale Jarrett only 31st, he still remains favourite for a first championship title.

Richmond NASCAR: all the stats


RICHMOND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
RICHMOND, VA - 9/9/00


1 13 24 Jeff Gordon Chev 400 Running
2 22 3 Dale Earnhardt Chev 400 Running
3 10 6 Mark Martin Ford 400 Running
4 12 1 Steve Park Chev 400 Running
5 1 99 Jeff Burton Ford 400 Running
6 14 20 Tony Stewart Pont 400 Running
7 8 10 Johnny Benson Pont 400 Running
8 6 22 Ward Burton Pont 400 Running
9 26 28 Ricky Rudd Ford 400 Running
10 3 25 Jerry Nadeau Chev 400 Running
11 27 43 John Andretti Pont 400 Running
12 7 94 Bill Elliott Ford 399 Running
13 31 8 D. Earnhardt Jr Chev 399 Running
14 11 55 Kenny Wallace Chev 399 Running
15 2 18 Bobby Labonte Pont 399 Running
16 43 32 Scott Pruett Ford 399 Running
17 9 36 Ken Schrader Pont 399 Running
18 23 93 Dave Blaney Pont 399 Running
19 41 01 Ted Musgrave Chev 399 Running
20 35 19 Casey Atwood Ford 398 Running
21 38 40 Sterling Marlin Chev 398 Running
22 15 16 Kevin Lepage Ford 397 Running
23 34 75 W. Dallenbach Ford 397 Running
24 28 9 Bobby Hillin Ford 397 Running
25 37 5 Terry Labonte Chev 397 Running
26 25 50 Ricky Craven Chev 396 Running
27 42 44 Steve Grissom Pont 395 Running
28 4 14 Rick Mast Pont 394 Running
29 39 97 Chad Little Ford 393 Running
30 30 31 Mike Skinner Chev 392 Running
31 17 88 Dale Jarrett Ford 382 Running
32 20 17 Matt Kenseth Ford 376 Running
33 19 26 Jimmy Spencer Ford 317 Running
34 5 2 Rusty Wallace Ford 313 Engine
35 21 11 Brett Bodine Ford 296 Engine
36 32 90 Hut Stricklin Ford 249 Engine
37 36 77 Robert Pressley Ford 226 Ovrhtng
38 33 4 Bobby Hamilton Chev 213 Engine
39 18 12 Jeremy Mayfield Ford 172 Engine
40 29 42 Joe Nemechek Chev 120 Accidnt
41 24 60 Geoffrey Bodine Ford 57 Accidnt
42 16 21 Elliott Sadler Ford 54 Accidnt
42 40 7 Michael Waltrip Chev 30 Accidnt

FAILED TO QUALIFY:
66 Darrell Waltrip Ford
27 Mike Bliss Pont
71 Dave Marcis Chev
13 Robby Gordon Ford


TIME OF RACE: 3 hr 0 min 14 sec

MARGIN OF VICTORY: 0.744 second

AVERAGE SPEED: 99.870 mph

LEAD CHANGES: 16 among 9 drivers

LAPS LED: JBurton Pole; BLabonte 1; JBurton 2-33; Marlin 34; Musgrave 35; JBurton 36-90; RWallace 91-178; Park 179-185; Stewart 186-190; Park 191-193; JBurton 194-202; Park 203-295; BLabonte 296-297; Earnhardt, Jr. 298-302; Park 303-329; JBurton 330-285; JGordon 386-400

LAP LEADERS:
Jeff Burton led 4 times for 152 laps
Steve Park led 4 times for 130 laps
Rusty Wallace led 1 time for 88 laps
Tony Stewart led 1 time for 5 laps
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. led 1 time for 5 laps
Bobby Labonte led 2 times for 3 laps
Sterling Marlin led 1 time for 1 lap
Ted Musgrave led 1 time for 1 lap

CAUTION FLAGS: 8 cautions for 57 laps
#1 L 33- 43 (11) #7 hit wall T1
#2 L 56- 60 (5) #60,21 Accident T2
#3 L105-111 (7) #12 hit wall T3
#4 L122-133 (12) #33 hit wall T1
#5 L185-190 (6) #26,93 Accident T3
#6 L318-322 (5) #2 Engine front stretch
#7 L355-360 (6) #31 hit wall T1
#8 L381-385 (5) Debris T1

Unofficial Top-10 Points:
1, B Labonte 3761; 2, D Earnhardt 3603; 3, D Jarrett 3597; 4, J Burton 3578; 5, T Stewart 3353; 6, R Wallace 3307; 7, R Rudd 3297; 8, M Martin 3287; 9, W Burton 3281; 10, J Gordon 3170


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