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Price Chopper 400 - Race results

Greg Biffle revived his Chase hopes with a win, while Jimmie Johnson moved to the top of the Sprint Cup points standings with second as Chase contenders took the top seven positions.
Race result

1. Greg Biffle 267 laps 190/5pts
2. Jimmie Johnson 267 laps 170/0pts
3. Kevin Harvick 267 laps 170/5pts
4. Tony Stewart 267 laps 170/10pts
5. Jeff Gordon 267 laps 160/5pts
6. Carl Edwards 267 laps 155/5pts
7. Matt Kenseth 267 laps 151/5pts
8. Paul Menard 267 laps 147/5pts
9. Ryan Newman 267 laps 138/0pts
10. A.J. Allmendinger 267 laps 134/0pts
11. Jamie McMurray 267 laps 135/5pts
12. Denny Hamlin 267 laps 127/0pts
13. Kurt Busch 267 laps 124/0pts
14. Mark Martin 267 laps 121/0pts
15. Clint Bowyer 267 laps 118/0pts
16. David Ragan 267 laps 115/0pts
17. Joey Logano 267 laps 112/0pts
18. Jeff Burton 267 laps 114/5pts
19. Scott Speed 267 laps 106/0pts
20. Martin Truex Jr. 267 laps 103/0pts
21. Kyle Busch 266 laps 100/0pts
22. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 266 laps 97/0pts
23. Brad Keselowski 266 laps 94/0pts
24. Casey Mears 266 laps 91/0pts
25. Bill Elliott 266 laps 88/0pts
26. Regan Smith 266 laps 85/0pts
27. Patrick Carpentier 266 laps 87/5pts
28. Elliott Sadler 266 laps 79/0pts
29. Juan Montoya 266 laps 76/0pts
30. Reed Sorenson 265 laps 73/0pts
31. Dave Blaney 261 laps 70/0pts
32. David Gilliland 261 laps 67/0pts
33. Travis Kvapil 261 laps 64/0pts
34. Marcos Ambrose 257 laps 61/0pts
35. David Reutimann 256 laps 58/0pts
36. Sam Hornish Jr. 245 laps 55/0pts
37. Kasey Kahne 218 laps 57/5pts Accident
38. Kevin Conway * 180 laps 49/0pts Engine
39. Tony Raines 87 laps 46/0pts Electrical
40. Michael McDowell 60 laps 48/5pts Transmission
41. Bobby Labonte 58 laps 40/0pts Transmission
42. J.J. Yeley 49 laps 37/0pts Electrical
43. Landon Cassill 33 laps 34/0pts Rear Gear
* Denotes Rookie

Sprint Cup championship standings

1. (+1) Jimmie Johnson 5503pts
2. (-1) Denny Hamlin 5495pts -8pts behind
3. (+2) Kevin Harvick 5473pts -30pts
4. (+2) Carl Edwards 5450pts -53pts
5. (+3) Jeff Gordon 5445pts -58pts
6. (-2) Kurt Busch 5433pts -70pts
7. (-4) Kyle Busch 5423pts -80pts
8. (+1) Greg Biffle 5418pts -85pts
9. (-2) Jeff Burton 5402pts -101pts
10. (--) Tony Stewart 5376pts -127pts
11. (--) Matt Kenseth 5354pts -149pts
12. (--) Clint Bowyer 5251pts -252pts
13. (--) Ryan Newman 3501pts -2002pts
14. (--) Jamie McMurray 3479pts -2024pts
15. (+1) Mark Martin 3346pts -2157pts
16. (-1) Juan Montoya 3329pts -2174pts
17. (+1) Dale Earnhardt Jr. 3259pts -2244pts
18. (-1) David Reutimann 3248pts -2255pts
19. (+2) A.J. Allmendinger 3220pts -2283pts
20. (--) Joey Logano 3218pts -2285pts
21. (-2) Kasey Kahne 3189pts -2314pts
22. (--) Martin Truex Jr. 3156pts -2347pts
23. (--) Paul Menard 3014pts -2489pts
24. (+1) David Ragan 2853pts -2650pts
25. (+1) Brad Keselowski 2820pts -2683pts
26. (-2) Marcos Ambrose 2802pts -2701pts
27. (+2) Scott Speed 2577pts -2926pts
28. (-1) Sam Hornish Jr. 2575pts -2928pts
29. (-1) Elliott Sadler 2568pts -2935pts
30. (--) Regan Smith 2473pts -3030pts
31. (--) Bobby Labonte 2076pts -3427pts
32. (--) Travis Kvapil 2052pts -3451pts
33. (--) David Gilliland 1919pts -3584pts
34. (--) Kevin Conway* 1687pts -3816pts
35. (--) Robby Gordon 1626pts -3877pts
36. (+2) Reed Sorenson 1159pts -4344pts
37. (-1) Brian Vickers 1158pts -4345pts
38. (-1) Joe Nemechek 1108pts -4395pts
39. (--) Casey Mears 1101pts -4402pts
40. (--) Dave Blaney 1037pts -4466pts
41. (--) Mike Bliss 919pts -4584pts
42. (--) Max Papis 907pts -4596pts
43. (+1) Bill Elliott 888pts -4615pts
44. (-1) David Stremme 825pts -4678pts
45. (--) Michael McDowell 774pts -4729pts
46. (--) J.J. Yeley 662pts -4841pts
47. (+1) Landon Cassill 471pts -5032pts
48. (-1) Boris Said 448pts -5055pts
49. (--) Tony Raines 412pts -5091pts
50. (+1) Patrick Carpentier 342pts -5161pts



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