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2013 Dover II: NASCAR Nationwide Race Results - Logano, Ford Win!
Posted by: ASkyler on Sep 28, 2013 - 08:52 PM
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2013 Dover II: NASCAR Nationwide Race Results - Logano, Ford Win!


By PaddockTalk.com Staff Writers

Joey Logano and his No. 22 Hertz Ford won the 28th Annual 5-hour ENERGY 200 benefiting Living Beyond Breast Cancer, his 21st victory in 123 NASCAR Nationwide Series races. This is his third victory and 10th top-10 finish in 2013. This also is his fourth victory and seventh top-10 finish in ten races at Dover International Speedway.

With the win, Logano becomes the first driver in NASCAR national series history to win four consecutive races at Dover International Speedway.

The win today was the 11th victory this season for the No. 22 team and crew chief Jeremy Bullins. 11 victories in a single season is the second most wins by a crew chief in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. (Jason Ratcliff has the series most at 13)

In second, Kyle Larson and his No. 32 LiftMaster Chevrolet posted his second top-10 finish in two races at Dover International Speedway. It is his 15th top-10 finish in 2013. Larson was also the highest finishing rookie.

Finishing third, Kevin Harvick and his No. 33 Steak-EZE Chevrolet posted his 10th top-10 finish in 17 races at Dover International Speedway.

Brian Vickers and his No. 20 Dollar General Toyota finished fourth with Elliott Sadler and his No. 11 OneMain Financial Toyota rounding out the top five.

Sam Hornish Jr. leads the NASCAR Nationwide point standings by 4 points over Austin Dillon.


 

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NASCAR Nationwide Series Race Number 28
Unofficial Race Results for the 28Th Annual 5-Hour Energy 200 Benefiting
Living Beyond Breast Cancer - Saturday, September 28, 2013
Dover International Speedway - Dover, DE - 1 Mile Concrete
Total Race Length - 200 Laps - 200 Miles - Purse: $1,031,409
Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Pts Bns Driver Rating Winnings Status Tms Laps
1 1 22 Joey Logano(i) Hertz Ford 200 0 140.0 $49,230 Running 3 106
2 17 32 Kyle Larson # LiftMaster Chevrolet 200 42 114.7 $41,322 Running
3 8 33 Kevin Harvick(i) Steak-EZE Chevrolet 200 0 112.7 $24,265 Running
4 11 20 Brian Vickers Dollar General Toyota 200 40 107.4 $27,696 Running
5 12 11 Elliott Sadler OneMain Financial Toyota 199 39 98.1 $25,821 Running
6 3 3 Austin Dillon AdvoCare Chevrolet 199 38 106.3 $24,671 Running
7 9 77 Parker Kligerman Toyota/Bandit Chippers Toyota 199 37 86.4 $22,256 Running
8 5 54 Kyle Busch(i) Monster Energy Toyota 199 0 134.3 $18,110 Running 2 89
9 18 6 Trevor Bayne Pillow Pets Ford 199 35 90.2 $21,621 Running
10 6 19 Mike Bliss TriStar Motorsports Toyota 199 35 1 92.8 $22,446 Running 1 2
11 10 2 Brian Scott Shore Lodge Chevrolet 199 33 85.3 $20,971 Running
12 14 31 Justin Allgaier SEM Chevrolet 199 32 77.5 $20,846 Running
13 7 5 Brad Sweet Great Clips Chevrolet 198 31 81.6 $20,746 Running
14 15 43 Michael Annett Pilot Travel Centers Ford 198 30 72.6 $20,621 Running
15 13 7 Regan Smith Drive Sober Arrive Alive Chevrolet 198 29 100.7 $21,521 Running
16 19 44 Cole Whitt Ferguson Toyota 198 29 1 68.3 $20,471 Running 1 3
17 2 12 Sam Hornish Jr. Snap-On Ford 198 27 78.6 $20,596 Running
18 4 99 Alex Bowman # ToyotaCare Toyota 197 26 79.5 $20,346 Running
19 20 4 Landon Cassill teamjdmotorsports.com Chevrolet 197 25 79.7 $20,296 Running
20 23 51 Jeremy Clements ETS Chevrolet 197 24 59.7 $20,921 Running
21 22 01 Mike Wallace Iron Source/Meding's Seafood Chevrolet 196 23 62.5 $20,191 Running
22 21 60 Travis Pastrana Roush Fenway Racing Ford 196 22 69.6 $20,091 Running
23 24 87 Joe Nemechek pelletgrillusa.com Toyota 196 21 53.1 $20,016 Running
24 16 30 Nelson Piquet Jr. # Cold Stone Creamery Chevrolet 194 20 62.0 $19,966 Running
25 38 79 TJ Duke Duke Masonry/Bryson's Fuel Ford 191 19 41.3 $20,391 Running
26 31 14 Eric McClure Hefty/Reynolds Toyota 189 18 44.8 $19,866 Running
27 34 89 Morgan Shepherd Shepherd Racing Ventures Chevrolet 177 17 38.9 $19,816 Running
28 27 40 TJ Bell TheFireStore.com Chevrolet 162 16 49.1 $19,741 Running
29 33 52 Joey Gase Jimmy Means Racing Chevrolet 107 15 41.2 $19,666 Rear Gear
30 25 00 Blake Koch Support Military Toyota 85 14 44.1 $19,916 Handling
31 29 74 Carl Long Mike Harmon Racing Dodge 74 13 45.5 $19,566 Transmission
32 30 24 Ryan Ellis P1-Group Toyota 60 12 49.7 $13,315 Brakes
33 39 70 Brad Teague ML Motorsports Toyota 58 11 30.9 $13,245 Parked
34 36 23 Donnie Neuenberger Cancun Cantina Ford 33 10 37.2 $19,406 Accident
35 28 10 Jeff Green TriStar Motorsports Toyota 13 9 39.2 $13,155 Vibration
36 35 46 JJ Yeley(i) Curtis Key Plumbing Chevrolet 9 0 34.9 $12,260 Overheating
37 37 15 Chase Miller Qolix Chevrolet 8 7 31.6 $12,240 Handling
38 26 42 Josh Wise Curtis Key Plumbing Chevrolet 7 6 32.4 $12,176 Transmission
39 32 50 Danny Efland Defiant Whisky Chevrolet 4 5 29.3 $12,075 Vibration
Race Comments: Joey Logano won the 5-Hour Energy 200 benefiting Living Beyond Breast Cancer, his 21st NASCAR Nationwide Series victory. Prior to the green flag to start the event, no cars dropped to the rear of the field.
Failed to Qualify: N/A
Time of Race: 1 Hrs, 31 Mins, 27 Secs. Average Speed: 131.219 MPH Margin of Victory: 14.590 Seconds
Caution Flags: 2 for 8 laps: Laps: 26-29 (#2 Spin Turn 2 [40]); 37-40 (#23 Accident Turn 2 [24]).
Lead Changes: 6 among 4 drivers: J. Logano(i) 1-18; K. Busch(i) 19-86; J. Logano(i) 87-115; M. Bliss 116-117; C. Whitt 118-120; K. Busch(i) 121-141; J. Logano(i) 142-200.
Top 10 Driver Points: (1) S. Hornish Jr. 989;(2) A. Dillon 985;(3) E. Sadler 947;(4) R. Smith 946;(5) B. Vickers 942;(6) J. Allgaier 919;(7) B. Scott 916;(8) T. Bayne 903;(9) K. Larson # 864;(10) P. Kligerman 820.
3M Lap Leader : Kyle Busch, #54 89 Laps Coors Light Pole Award : Joey Logano, #22 155.172 mph
Duralast Brakes "Brake in the Race" : Austin Dillon, #3 Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race : Roush-Yates Engines, #22
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race : Kyle Larson, #32 Sunoco Rookie of the Race : Kyle Larson, #32
(i) Ineligible for driver points in this series
Next Race: Oct. 5, 2013 - Kansas Speedway
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