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Ford 400 - Race results

Carl Edwards won the final NASCAR Sprint Cup race of 2010 - but Jimmie Johnson beat his rivals to claim the championship for a record fifth consecutive year.
Race results

1. Carl Edwards 267 laps 195/10pts
2. Jimmie Johnson 267 laps 175/5pts
3. Kevin Harvick 267 laps 165/0pts
4. Aric Almirola 267 laps 160/0pts
5. A.J. Allmendinger 267 laps 155/0pts
6. Kasey Kahne 267 laps 155/5pts
7. Ryan Newman 267 laps 146/0pts
8. Tony Stewart 267 laps 147/5pts
9. Matt Kenseth 267 laps 143/5pts
10. Greg Biffle 267 laps 134/0pts
11. Martin Truex Jr. 267 laps 135/5pts
12. Clint Bowyer 267 laps 127/0pts
13. Brad Keselowski 267 laps 124/0pts
14. Denny Hamlin 267 laps 121/0pts
15. Bill Elliott 267 laps 118/0pts
16. Mark Martin 267 laps 115/0pts
17. Regan Smith 267 laps 112/0pts
18. Kurt Busch 267 laps 109/0pts
19. Paul Menard 267 laps 106/0pts
20. David Ragan 267 laps 103/0pts
21. Jamie McMurray 267 laps 100/0pts
22. Bobby Labonte 267 laps 97/0pts
23. Scott Speed 267 laps 94/0pts
24. Sam Hornish Jr. 267 laps 91/0pts
25. David Gilliland 267 laps 88/0pts
26. Marcos Ambrose 267 laps 85/0pts
27. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 267 laps 82/0pts
28. Elliott Sadler 267 laps 79/0pts
29. Andy Lally 266 laps 76/0pts
30. Kevin Conway * 263 laps 73/0pts Out Of Fuel
31. Jeff Burton 253 laps 75/5pts
32. Kyle Busch 242 laps 67/0pts Accident
33. Casey Mears 233 laps 64/0pts Transmission
34. Travis Kvapil 231 laps 61/0pts Rear Gear
35. Juan Montoya 231 laps 58/0pts Accident
36. Dave Blaney 203 laps 55/0pts Accident
37. Jeff Gordon 199 laps 52/0pts Engine
38. David Reutimann 185 laps 49/0pts
39. Joey Logano 166 laps 46/0pts Accident
40. Landon Cassill 35 laps 43/0pts Vibration
41. Joe Nemechek 29 laps 40/0pts Transmission
42. J.J. Yeley 25 laps 42/5pts Brakes
43. Mike Bliss 10 laps 34/0pts Electrical
* Denotes Rookie

Final Sprint Cup standings

1. (+1) Jimmie Johnson 6622pts Leader
2. (-1) Denny Hamlin 6583pts -39pts
3. (--) Kevin Harvick 6581pts -41pts
4. (--) Carl Edwards 6393pts -229pts
5. (--) Matt Kenseth 6294pts -328pts
6. (+2) Greg Biffle 6247pts -375pts
7. (+2) Tony Stewart 6221pts -401pts
8. (-1) Kyle Busch 6182pts -440pts
9. (-3) Jeff Gordon 6176pts -446pts
10. (+1) Clint Bowyer 6155pts -467pts
11. (-1) Kurt Busch 6142pts -480pts
12. (--) Jeff Burton 6033pts -589pts

13. (--) Mark Martin 4364pts -2258pts
14. (--) Jamie McMurray 4325pts -2297pts
15. (--) Ryan Newman 4302pts -2320pts
16. (--) Joey Logano 4185pts -2437pts
17. (--) Juan Montoya 4118pts -2504pts
18. (--) David Reutimann 4024pts -2598pts
19. (+1) A.J. Allmendinger 3998pts -2624pts
20. (+1) Kasey Kahne 3961pts -2661pts
21. (-2) Dale Earnhardt Jr. 3953pts -2669pts
22. (--) Martin Truex Jr. 3916pts -2706pts
23. (--) Paul Menard 3776pts -2846pts
24. (--) David Ragan 3599pts -3023pts
25. (--) Brad Keselowski 3485pts -3137pts
26. (--) Marcos Ambrose 3422pts -3200pts
27. (--) Elliott Sadler 3234pts -3388pts
28. (+1) Regan Smith 3229pts -3393pts
29. (-1) Sam Hornish Jr. 3214pts -3408pts
30. (--) Scott Speed 3178pts -3444pts
31. (--) Bobby Labonte 2583pts -4039pts
32. (+1) David Gilliland 2445pts -4177pts
33. (-1) Travis Kvapil 2426pts -4196pts
34. (--) Robby Gordon 2028pts -4594pts
35. (--) Kevin Conway* 1830pts -4792pts
36. (--) Casey Mears 1573pts -5049pts
37. (--) Dave Blaney 1416pts -5206pts
38. (+1) Joe Nemechek 1361pts -5261pts
39. (-1) Reed Sorenson 1355pts -5267pts
40. (--) Brian Vickers 1158pts -5464pts
41. (+1) Bill Elliott 1107pts -5515pts
42. (-1) Mike Bliss 1050pts -5572pts
43. (--) Max Papis 907pts -5715pts
44. (+1) J.J. Yeley 891pts -5731pts
45. (-1) Michael McDowell 879pts -5743pts
46. (--) David Stremme 825pts -5797pts
47. (--) Landon Cassill 717pts -5905pts
48. (--) Aric Almirola 704pts -5918pts
49. (--) Tony Raines 534pts -6088pts
50. (--) Patrick Carpentier 474pts -6148pts
* Denotes Rookie



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Dale Earnhardt, Jr., driver of the #88 Nationwide Chevrolet SS races to a third place finish with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe`s Chevrolet SS who finishes in fifth place in the Daytona 500 Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by HHP/Alan Marler for Chevy Racing)
Kevin Harvick, driver of the #4 Budweiser/Jimmy John’s Chevrolet SS pulls into his pit on his way to a second place finish in the Daytona 500 Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by HHP/Harold Hinson for Chevy Racing)
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Denny Hamlin, driver of the #11 FedEx Express Toyota, Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe`s Chevrolet, and Clint Bowyer, driver of the #15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota, race three-wide during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 57th Annual Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 22, 2015 in Daytona Beach, Florida.  (Photo Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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Philly - Unregistered

November 24, 2010 11:37 AM

I can't believe Nascar let that jerk win again. They pulled some bogus calls on Hamlin and Harvick just so this idiot could win again. Unreal NASCAR get a different poster child please he ain't all that we would like someone else to win the chase for once!!! No I'm not a fan of Hamlin, Harvick or the idiot



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