Starting grid at Martinsville

Martinsville SpeedwaySeptember 29, 2000


ROW 1
1 20 Tony Stewart Pont 19.855 95.371
2 2 Rusty Wallace Ford 19.862 95.338
ROW 2
3 99 Jeff Burton Ford 19.866 95.319
4 22 Ward Burton Pont 19.896 95.175
ROW 3
5 24 Jeff Gordon Chev 19.898 95.165
6 55 Kenny Wallace Chev 19.905 95.132
ROW 4
7 4 Bobby Hamilton Chev 19.926 95.032
8 31 Mike Skinner Chev 19.928 95.022
ROW 5
9 11 Brett Bodine Ford 19.952 94.908
10 1 Steve Park Chev 19.962 94.860
ROW 6
11 28 Ricky Rudd Ford 19.964 94.851
12 3 Dale Earnhardt Chev 19.972 94.813
ROW 7
13 25 Jerry Nadeau Chev 19.976 94.794
14 18 Bobby Labonte Pont 19.978 94.784
ROW 8
15 01 Ted Musgrave Chev 19.990 94.727
16 77 Robert Pressley Ford 19.995 94.704
ROW 9
17 75 Wally Dallenabch Ford 20.000 94.680
18 66 Darrell Waltrip Ford 20.010 94.633
ROW 10
19 14 Rick Mast Pont 20.012 94.623
20 94 Bill Elliott Ford 20.015 94.609
ROW 11
21 93 Dave Blaney Pont 20.020 94.585
22 19 Casey Atwood Ford 20.023 94.571
ROW 12
23 6 Mark Martin Ford 20.026 94.557
24 33 Joe Nemechek Chev 20.032 94.529
ROW 13
25 26 Jimmy Spencer Ford 20.037 94.505
26 27 Mike Bliss Pont 20.038 94.500
ROW 14
27 45 Kyle Petty Pont 20.040 94.491
28 43 John Andretti Pont 20.043 94.477
ROW 15
29 90 Hut Stricklin Ford 20.045 94.467
30 9 Stacy Compton Ford 20.061 94.392
ROW 16
31 88 Dale Jarrett Ford 20.081 94.298
32 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chev 20.091 94.251
ROW 17
33 10 Johnny Benson Pont 20.098 94.218
34 40 Sterling Marlin Chev 20.106 94.181
ROW 18
35 12 Jeremy Mayfield Ford 20.117 94.129
36 50 Ricky Craven Chev 20.137 94.036
ROW 19
37 17 Matt Kenseth Ford Provisional
38 5 Terry Labonte Chev Provisional
ROW 20
39 36 Ken Schrader Pont Provisional
40 97 Kurt Busch Ford Provisional
ROW 21
41 16 Kevin Lepage Ford Provisional
42 7 Michael Waltrip Chev Provisional
ROW 22
43 21 Elliott Sadler Ford Provisional

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