Sauter Wins in Milwaukee

Johnny Sauter won a rain-shortened SBC 250 at the Milwaukee Mile on Saturday night

Sauter Wins in Milwaukee

Sauter won a race shortened by 50 laps from its original 250 lap distance after rain intervened, despite a penalty for rough driving when he made contact with Tony Raines while lapping him around half distance.

A second place finish for Martin Truex Jr moved him into the lead of the championship standings, as former leader Reed Sorenson finished a lap down in twelfth place. However Sorenson is only seven points behind Truex.

Paul Menard, JJ Yeley and David Stremme rounded out the top five.

Result of SBC 250, Milwaukee Mile:

Pos  Driver                Make       Laps
 1.  Johnny Sauter         Dodge       200
 2.  Martin Truex Jr       Chevrolet   200
 3.  Paul Menard           Chevrolet   200
 4.  J.J. Yeley            Chevrolet   200
 5.  David Stremme         Dodge       200
 6.  Denny Hamlin          Chevrolet   200
 7.  Randy LaJoie          Chevrolet   200
 8.  Kenny Wallace         Ford        200
 9.  Tony Raines           Chevrolet   200
10.  Clint Bowyer          Chevrolet   200
11.  David Green           Ford        199
12.  Reed Sorenson         Dodge       199
13.  Jason Keller          Ford        199
14.  Carl Edwards          Ford        199
15.  Ron Hornaday          Chevrolet   199
16.  Justin Labonte        Chevrolet   198
17.  Bill Elliott          Dodge       198
18.  Ashton Lewis          Ford        198
19.  Tracy Hines           Dodge       198
20.  Aaron Fike            Ford        198
21.  Stanton Barrett       Pontiac     198
22.  Scott Lagasse Jr      Dodge       197
23.  Ryan Hemphill         Dodge       197
24.  Brandon Miller        Chevrolet   197
25.  Stacy Compton         Ford        197
26.  Jon Wood              Ford        197
27.  Tim Fedewa            Dodge       196
28.  Mark Green            Chevrolet   196
29.  Regan Smith           Dodge       196
30.  Michel Jourdain Jr    Ford        196
31.  Wade Day              Chevrolet   196
32.  A J Fike              Dodge       195
33.  Derrike Cope          Ford        195
34.  Eric McClure          Ford        195
35.  Bryan Reffner         Dodge       195
36.  David Ragan           Chevrolet   192
37.  Tim Sauter            Chevrolet   190
38.  Steve Grissom         Ford        148
39.  Kertus Davis          Chevrolet   140
40.  Tyler Walker          Dodge        81
41.  Jeff Fuller           Chevrolet    73
42.  Kyle Krisiloff        Chevrolet    26
43.  Brad Teague           Chevrolet     2
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