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All-Star: Race results

Jimmie Johnson took home the $1 million prize for winning the Sprint All-Star exhibition event at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday night.
Having claimed the 200th victory for Hendrick Motorsports last week, Jimmie Johnson followed that up by winning a cool million dollars after taking victory in NASCAR's all-star spectacular non-championship event at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday under the floodlights.

Johnson won the first 20-lap segment to assure himself of a front row position for the final ten-lap dash at the end of the race and was able to keep out of the way until then, allowing Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski and Dale Earnhardt Jr. to claim segment wins in the meantime. None of them had anything for the #48 in the final ten-lap sprint, however.

Earlier, Earnhardt had gained entry to the All-Star race by winning the Sprint Showdown; AJ Allmendinger joined him after taking second place despite an early flat tyre. Bobby Labonte won the fan vote.

Sprint All-Star Race results

1. #48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 90 laps 1h28m00s
2. #2 Brad Keselowski Dodge 90 laps + 0.841s
3. #17 Matt Kenseth Ford 90 laps + 1.747s
4. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 90 laps + 4.100s
5. #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 90 laps + 4.779s
6. #29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 90 laps + 5.187s
7. #9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 90 laps + 5.915s
8. #51 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 90 laps + 6.342s
9. #5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 90 laps + 6.447s
10. #39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 90 laps + 6.786s
11. #22 AJ Allmendinger Dodge 90 laps + 7.866s
12. #78 Regan Smith Chevrolet 90 laps + 7.880s
13. #24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 90 laps + 9.062s
14. #15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 90 laps + 10.241s
15. #21 Trevor Bayne Ford 90 laps + 10.250s
16. #27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 90 laps + 10.290s
17. #14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 90 laps + 11.458s
18. #34 David Ragan Ford 90 laps + 11.908s
19. #47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 90 laps + 11.909s
20. #11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 90 laps + 12.428s
21. #55 Mark Martin Toyota 90 laps + 24.450s
22. #16 Greg Biffle Ford 67 laps Engine
23. #99 Carl Edwards Ford 25 laps Engine

Segment 1 winner: Jimmie Johnson
Segment 2 winner: Matt Kenseth
Segment 3 winner: Brad Keselowski
Segment 4 winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Sprint Showdown Race results

1. #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet 40 laps 28m40
2. #22 AJ Allmendinger Dodge 40 laps + 2.384s
3. #1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 40 laps + 3.031s
4. #56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 40 laps + 4.484s
5. #42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet 40 laps + 5.174s
6. #20 Joey Logano Toyota 40 laps + 7.282s
7. #43 Aric Almirola Ford 40 laps + 8.050s
8. #31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet 40 laps + 9.496s
9. #83 Landon Cassill Toyota 40 laps + 10.026s
10. #93 Travis Kvapil Toyota 40 laps + 10.718s
11. #13 Casey Mears Ford 40 laps + 12.747s
12. #47 Bobby Labonte Toyota 40 laps + 13.830s
13. #26 Josh Wise * Ford 40 laps + 14.624s
14. #195 Scott Speed Ford 40 laps + 15.218s
15. #38 David Gilliland Ford 40 laps + 20.250s
16. #119 Mike Bliss Toyota 28 laps Ignition
17. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 26 laps Vibration
18. #30 David Stremme Toyota 22 laps Over Heating
19. #10 David Reutimann Chevrolet 20 laps Vibration
20. #36 Tony Raines Chevrolet 20 laps Electrical
21. #33 Stephen Leicht * Chevrolet 7 laps Brakes
22. #249 J.J. Yeley Toyota 3 laps Accident

* denotes rookie



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Going three-wide, Kurt Busch, driver of the #51 Phoenix Construction Services Chevrolet, races AJ Allmendinger, driver of the #22 Pennzoil Dodge, and Jeff Gordon, driver of the #24 DuPont Chevrolet, during the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday in Concord, N.C. (Photo Credit: Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Team owner Rick Hendrick celebrates with Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the #88 Dale Jr. Foundation/National Guard/Diet Mountain Dew Chevrolet, in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Showdown at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday in Concord, N.C. (Photo Credit: Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
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Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 Dollar General Toyota, celebrates with the trophy in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway on August 2, 2015 in Long Pond, Pennsylvania.  (Photo Credit: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images)
AJ Allmendinger, driver of the #47 Bush’s Grillin Beans Charcoal  Chevrolet SS, races to a seventh place finish Sunday, August 2, 2015 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Garry Eller/HHP for Chevy Racing)
Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Kobalt Tools Chevrolet SS, stops in his pit on his way to a sixth place finish Sunday, August 2, 2015 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/HHP for Chevy Racing)
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., driver of the #88 Microsoft Chevrolet SS, finishes in fourth place Sunday, August 2, 2015 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Garry Eller/HHP for Chevy Racing)
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