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Homestead: Nationwide results

Austin Dillon became the first driver in NASCAR history to clinch a national series championship without winning a race during the season, while Brad Keselowski won the Nationwide Series season finale.
Brad Keselowski claimed the final win of the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series season at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday evening, but all the attention was on who would come out on top in the championship in the most finely pitched title battle of the weekend.

Going into the Ford EcoBoost 300 eight points adrift of Austin Dillon in the fight for the championship, Sam Hornish Jr. immediately picked up the bonus point for starting from pole position after his qualifying lap of 32.561s (165.843mph) pipped Blake Koch to the top spot by 0.012s, securing him his fourth pole of the season and his fifth in 99 Nationwide Series starts. Hornish then added a point for leading a lap by taking off at the green flag ahead of Cup regulars Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch, with Kyle Larson also quick to shoulder aside Koch in the opening laps. Meanwhile Dillon was falling further back after complaining of a loose race car in the opening stint.

After 37 laps out in front, Hornish's car started to wane and it was Kyle Larson who flew past into the lead before the first caution of the afternoon came out on lap 47 for debris in turn 2, conveniently timed for the first round of pit stops of the race. The Joe Gibbs Racing pit crew went into action and put their men Busch and Kenseth out in front for the restart on lap 52, which was short-lived with Corey Lajoie spinning out after drifting up and making contact with the left rear of Kevin Swindell's car in turn 4. With few takers for pit road other than Dillon still seeking a cure for the looseness afflicting the #3 which dropped him to 23rd place, Kenseth and Busch once again led the field at the restart for another brief five-lap green stint before the third caution of the race, once again for debris in turn 2.

Brad Keselowski took the lead for the restart on lap 70, although his Penske team mate Joey Logano took over at the front on lap 83, while further back the familiar line up of Busch, Hornish, Kenseth and Larson continued to circulate in the top six through another debris caution on lap 98. Still conspicuously absent from the sharp end was Dillon, but things started to pick up for the #3 as the result of ongoing adjustments coupled with the cooling conditions as the sun started to set on Homestead-Miami ahead of the midway point of the 200-lap race. Even better from Dillon's perspective was Hornish also running into trouble, reporting a vibration that hinted at a wheel not properly attached in the most recent round of pit stops.

Kyle Busch took the lead at the restart on lap 103 and held off heavy pressure from Logano to continue in the front through to lap 121 when Brad Sweet triggered the fifth caution of the race by spinning out in turn 4. Trevor Bayne took a fuel-only stop and was quickly engulfed at the restart, while Brad Keelowski and Parker Kligerman fared better restarting at the front despite deciding not to come down pit road at all. A rapid return to yellow for Kevin Swindell spinning out and getting a hard hit from the the inside wall on the backstretch set up a new restart on lap 134 with Larson leading Logano, Kiligerman and Hornish to the line with Logano making the quick jump to the front when the green flag came out.

Dillon survived a scare when his car shot up and scraped the wall on lap 143 which also saw the #3 take a heavy hit up the rear from Koch who was caught out by Dillon having to brake. Asked over the team radio how the impacts had affected the car, Dillon quipped that they'd actually helped the handling. A few minutes later it was Parker Kligerman's turn to get up high and broadside the wall, the #77 then spinning out as it limped back to pit road to bring out new caution on lap 149 that allowed the leaders to come to pit road for what could prove to be the final time of the evening. Jostling at the restart caught out Brad Sweet who was punted into the wall to bring a rapid return to yellow, and at the restart Ty Dillon was in the lead having stayed off pit road under the most recent cycle of stops. He quickly fell back after the green flag and was soon ousted from the lead by Kyle Larson, with Kyle Busch and Sam Hornish Jr. in close pursuit, while Austin Dillon was struggling to stay in the top ten meaning the championship was still on a knife edge even before Justin Allgaier spun out of seventh place with a flat tyre after grazing the wall to bring out the yellow again with 22 laps remaining.

The restart saw an improved Dillon able to challenge Hornish for track position for virtually the first time all day, but further back Regan Smith triggered a big accident by drifting up the track in front of Jeremy Clements and Mike Wallace that put all three into the wall on lap 183 resulting in a protracted caution for the clean-up that left just five to go at the restart. In terms of the championship that played into Dillon's favour, leaving less time after the restart for the #3 to lose positions to those on fresher tyres. In the end, finishing in 12th place was just enough to allow Austin Dillon to clinch the Nationwide Series championship by just three points over Hornish thereby adding to his 2011 Truck Series title before he moves up to Sprint Cup competition next year.

“We fought," said Dillon as he celebrated after the race. "My guys kept me positive in the car. I just knew I had to go on that last restart. I've been criticised on restarts for a long time, but that was a pretty good one.

"I just hung up against the wall there and tried to ride it out. Thank goodness for this AdvoCare Chevrolet and everybody that helped us. My grandfather [Richard Childress] and my whole family are so supportive. My team is the best and this is amazing. We showed tonight that you never give up."

One of the drivers that did surge forward on fresh tyres in the closing laps was Brad Keselowski, who shot up from 11th place to seize his seventh win of the season ahead of Larson, Busch and Kenseth at the chequered flag. Bayne was able to hold on to fifth place leaving the #22 driven by Joey Logano crossing the line in sixth ahead of Kligerman. That meant that in the owners championship, Roger Penske wins the owners championship with the #22 by just a single point from the Joe Gibbs #54.

Race results

1. #48 Brad Keselowski Penske Racing (200 laps) 2hrs 45mins 6secs
2. #32 Kyle Larson Turner Scott Motorsports + 1.126s
3. #54 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing + 1.545s
4. #18 Matt Kenseth Joe Gibbs Racing + 1.611s
5. #6 Trevor Bayne Roush Fenway Racing + 2.029s
6. #22 Joey Logano Penske Racing + 2.107s
7. #77 Parker Kligerman Kyle Busch Motorsports + 2.327s
8. #12 Sam Hornish Jr Penske Racing + 3.774s
9. #44 Cole Whitt TriStar Motorsports + 4.376s
10. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr Turner Scott Motorsports + 4.574s
11. #99 Blake Koch RAB Racing + 4.992s
12. #3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 5.337s
13. #16 Ryan Reed Roush Fenway Racing + 5.572s
14. #33 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 5.623s
15. #20 Drew Herring Joe Gibbs Racing + 6.020s
16. #11 Elliott Sadler Joe Gibbs Racing + 6.090s
17. #43 Michael Annett Richard Petty Motorsports + 6.456s
18. #60 Travis Pastrana Roush Fenway Racing + 6.552s
19. #31 Justin Allgaier Turner Scott Motorsports + 7.194s
20. #14 Jeff Green TriStar Motorsports + 8.252s
21. #70 Johanna Long ML Motorsports + 9.923s
22. #79 Bryan Silas Go Green Racing + 10.012s
23. #23 Timmy Hill Rick Ware Racing + 10.139s
24. #19 Dakoda Armstrong TriStar Motorsports + 10.506s
25. #55 Jamie Dick VIVA Motorsports + 1 lap
26. #87 Joe Nemechek NEMCO Motorsports + 2 laps
27. #92 Dexter Stacey KH Motorsports + 6 laps
28. #01 Mike Wallace JD Motorsports + 16 laps Accident
29. #7 Regan Smith JR Motorsports + 17 laps Accident
30. #51 Jeremy Clements Clements Racing + 17 laps Accident
31. #5 Brad Sweet JR Motorsports + 25 laps
32. #2 Brian Scott Richard Childress Racing + 27 laps
33. #4 Landon Cassill JD Motorsports + 36 laps
34. #9 Corey Lajoie Richard Petty Motorsports + 52 laps
35. #98 Kevin Swindell Biagi-Denbeste Racing + 73 laps Accident
36. #24 Ryan Ellis SR2 Motorsports + 98 laps Vibration
37. #10 Mike Bliss TriStar Motorsports + 151 laps Electrical
38. #40 T.J. Bell The Motorsports Group + 180 laps Vibration
39. #42 Josh Wise The Motorsports Group + 195 laps Electrical
40. #91 Michael McDowell Tristar Motorsports + 195 laps Overheating

Qualifying times

1. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 32.561s (Pole) 165.843mph
2. #99 Blake Koch Toyota 32.573s (+ 0.012s) 165.781mph
3. #48 Brad Keselowski Ford 32.578s (+ 0.017s) 165.756mph
4. #22 Joey Logano Ford 32.605s (+ 0.044s) 165.619mph
5. #18 Matt Kenseth Toyota 32.727s (+ 0.166s) 165.001mph
6. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 32.742s (+ 0.181s) 164.926mph
7. #5 Brad Sweet Chevrolet 32.746s (+ 0.185s) 164.906mph
8. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 32.884s (+ 0.323s) 164.214mph
9. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 32.902s (+ 0.341s) 164.124mph
10. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 32.959s (+ 0.398s) 163.840mph
11. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 32.962s (+ 0.401s) 163.825mph
12. #20 Drew Herring Toyota 33.036s (+ 0.475s) 163.458mph
13. #44 Cole Whitt Toyota 33.038s (+ 0.477s) 163.448mph
14. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 33.054s (+ 0.493s) 163.369mph
15. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 33.165s (+ 0.604s) 162.822mph
16. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 33.176s (+ 0.615s) 162.768mph
17. #33 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 33.235s (+ 0.674s) 162.479mph
18. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 33.241s (+ 0.680s) 162.450mph
19. #16 Ryan Reed Ford 33.248s (+ 0.687s) 162.416mph
20. #9 Corey Lajoie Ford 33.259s (+ 0.698s) 162.362mph
21. #4 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 33.284s (+ 0.723s) 162.240mph
22. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 33.370s (+ 0.809s) 161.822mph
23. #43 Michael Annett Ford 33.383s (+ 0.822s) 161.759mph
24. #98 Kevin Swindell Ford 33.491s (+ 0.930s) 161.237mph
25. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 33.606s (+ 1.045s) 160.686mph
26. #91 Michael McDowell Toyota 33.614s (+ 1.053s) 160.647mph
27. #10 Mike Bliss Toyota 33.615s (+ 1.054s) 160.643mph
28. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 33.728s (+ 1.167s) 160.104mph
29. #14 Jeff Green Toyota 33.735s (+ 1.174s) 160.071mph
30. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 33.846s (+ 1.285s) 159.546mph
31. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 33.867s (+ 1.306s) 159.447mph
32. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 33.894s (+ 1.333s) 159.320mph
33. #92 Dexter Stacey Ford 33.909s (+ 1.348s) 159.250mph
34. #19 Dakoda Armstrong Toyota 33.934s (+ 1.373s) 159.132mph
35. #23 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 33.956s (+ 1.395s) 159.029mph
36. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 34.018s (+ 1.457s) 158.739mph
37. #40 TJ Bell Chevrolet 34.313s (+ 1.752s) 157.375mph
38. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 34.329s (+ 1.768s) 157.301mph
39. #79 Bryan Silas Ford 35.424s (+ 2.863s) 152.439mph Owner Points
40. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 34.326s (+ 1.765s) 157.315mph

Did Not Qualify

#74 Carl Long Dodge 34.904s (+ 2.343s) 154.710mph

Practice 2 times

1. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 32.262s (Leader) 167.380mph (45 laps)
2. #44 Cole Whitt Toyota 32.313s (-0.051s) 167.115mph (27 laps)
3. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 32.324s (-0.062s) 167.059mph (48 laps)
4. #5 Brad Sweet Chevrolet 32.340s (-0.078s) 166.976mph (43 laps)
5. #99 Blake Koch Toyota 32.347s (-0.085s) 166.940mph (30 laps)
6. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 32.350s (-0.088s) 166.924mph (39 laps)
7. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 32.398s (-0.136s) 166.677mph (45 laps)
8. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 32.432s (-0.170s) 166.502mph (21 laps)
9. #22 Joey Logano Ford 32.437s (-0.175s) 166.477mph (43 laps)
10. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 32.462s (-0.200s) 166.348mph (50 laps)
11. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 32.498s (-0.236s) 166.164mph (44 laps)
12. #20 Drew Herring Toyota 32.530s (-0.268s) 166.001mph (30 laps)
13. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 32.553s (-0.291s) 165.883mph (38 laps)
14. #48 Brad Keselowski Ford 32.555s (-0.293s) 165.873mph (47 laps)
15. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 32.621s (-0.359s) 165.538mph (39 laps)
16. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 32.629s (-0.367s) 165.497mph (47 laps)
17. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 32.662s (-0.400s) 165.330mph (37 laps)
18. #33 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 32.666s (-0.404s) 165.309mph (37 laps)
19. #18 Matt Kenseth Toyota 32.693s (-0.431s) 165.173mph (22 laps)
20. #9 Corey Lajoie Ford 32.761s (-0.499s) 164.830mph (26 laps)
21. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 32.773s (-0.511s) 164.770mph (40 laps)
22. #43 Michael Annett Ford 32.811s (-0.549s) 164.579mph (29 laps)
23. #16 Ryan Reed Ford 32.855s (-0.593s) 164.359mph (34 laps)
24. #19 Dakoda Armstrong Toyota 33.118s (-0.856s) 163.053mph (33 laps)
25. #98 Kevin Swindell Ford 33.196s (-0.934s) 162.670mph (32 laps)
26. #10 Mike Bliss Toyota 33.318s (-1.056s) 162.075mph (3 laps)
27. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 33.338s (-1.076s) 161.977mph (14 laps)
28. #4 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 33.352s (-1.090s) 161.909mph (20 laps)
29. #91 Michael McDowell Toyota 33.403s (-1.141s) 161.662mph (2 laps)
30. #79 Bryan Silas Ford 33.428s (-1.166s) 161.541mph (27 laps)
31. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 33.518s (-1.256s) 161.107mph (40 laps)
32. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 33.548s (-1.286s) 160.963mph (7 laps)
33. #14 Jeff Green Toyota 33.594s (-1.332s) 160.743mph (24 laps)
34. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 33.661s (-1.399s) 160.423mph (24 laps)
35. #92 Dexter Stacey Ford 33.723s (-1.461s) 160.128mph (11 laps)
36. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 33.798s (-1.536s) 159.773mph (1 laps)
37. #74 Carl Long Dodge 33.846s (-1.584s) 159.546mph (8 laps)
38. #23 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 34.009s (-1.747s) 158.781mph (14 laps)
39. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 34.242s (-1.980s) 157.701mph (31 laps)
40. #40 TJ Bell Chevrolet 34.438s (-2.176s) 156.804mph (12 laps)
41. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 34.856s (-2.594s) 154.923mph (33 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 31.970s (Leader) 168.908mph (23 laps)
2. #18 Matt Kenseth Toyota 32.103s (-0.133s) 168.209mph (29 laps)
3. #22 Joey Logano Ford 32.153s (-0.183s) 167.947mph (7 laps)
4. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 32.172s (-0.202s) 167.848mph (11 laps)
5. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 32.180s (-0.210s) 167.806mph (18 laps)
6. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 32.180s (-0.210s) 167.806mph (13 laps)
7. #99 Blake Koch Toyota 32.190s (-0.220s) 167.754mph (19 laps)
8. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 32.214s (-0.244s) 167.629mph (17 laps)
9. #5 Brad Sweet Chevrolet 32.341s (-0.371s) 166.971mph (23 laps)
10. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 32.344s (-0.374s) 166.955mph (15 laps)
11. #48 Brad Keselowski Ford 32.360s (-0.390s) 166.873mph (2 laps)
12. #33 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 32.401s (-0.431s) 166.662mph (17 laps)
13. #44 Cole Whitt Toyota 32.407s (-0.437s) 166.631mph (14 laps)
14. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 32.415s (-0.445s) 166.590mph (14 laps)
15. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 32.480s (-0.510s) 166.256mph (21 laps)
16. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 32.520s (-0.550s) 166.052mph (24 laps)
17. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 32.529s (-0.559s) 166.006mph (21 laps)
18. #98 Kevin Swindell Ford 32.589s (-0.619s) 165.700mph (23 laps)
19. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 32.591s (-0.621s) 165.690mph (17 laps)
20. #20 Drew Herring Toyota 32.617s (-0.647s) 165.558mph (14 laps)
21. #74 Carl Long Dodge 32.872s (-0.902s) 164.274mph (8 laps)
22. #43 Michael Annett Ford 32.880s (-0.910s) 164.234mph (22 laps)
23. #16 Ryan Reed Ford 32.884s (-0.914s) 164.214mph (25 laps)
24. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 32.926s (-0.956s) 164.004mph (29 laps)
25. #10 Mike Bliss Toyota 33.056s (-1.086s) 163.359mph (3 laps)
26. #9 Corey Lajoie Ford 33.138s (-1.168s) 162.955mph (36 laps)
27. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 33.145s (-1.175s) 162.921mph (5 laps)
28. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 33.153s (-1.183s) 162.881mph (5 laps)
29. #4 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 33.153s (-1.183s) 162.881mph (4 laps)
30. #19 Dakoda Armstrong Toyota 33.216s (-1.246s) 162.572mph (30 laps)
31. #14 Jeff Green Toyota 33.231s (-1.261s) 162.499mph (11 laps)
32. #23 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 33.237s (-1.267s) 162.470mph (11 laps)
33. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 33.256s (-1.286s) 162.377mph (11 laps)
34. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 33.404s (-1.434s) 161.657mph (4 laps)
35. #91 Michael McDowell Toyota 33.408s (-1.438s) 161.638mph (3 laps)
36. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 33.458s (-1.488s) 161.396mph (17 laps)
37. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 33.694s (-1.724s) 160.266mph (21 laps)
38. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 33.728s (-1.758s) 160.104mph (16 laps)
39. #40 TJ Bell Chevrolet 34.046s (-2.076s) 158.609mph (2 laps)
40. #79 Bryan Silas Ford 34.366s (-2.396s) 157.132mph (20 laps)
41. #92 Dexter Stacey Ford 34.504s (-2.534s) 156.504mph (3 laps)

Nationwide Series championship standings

1. (--) Austin Dillon 1180pts
2. (--) Sam Hornish Jr. 1177pts (-3pts)
3. (--) Regan Smith 1108pts (-72pts)
4. (+1) Elliott Sadler 1090pts (-90pts)
5. (-1) Justin Allgaier 1090pts (-90pts)
6. (--) Trevor Bayne 1086pts (-94pts)
7. (--) Brian Scott 1053pts (-127pts)
8. (+1) Kyle Larson # 1001pts (-179pts)
9. (+1) Parker Kligerman 993pts (-187pts)
10. (-2) Brian Vickers 970pts (-210pts)
11. (--) Alex Bowman 884pts (-296pts)
12. (--) Nelson Piquet Jr. # 861pts (-319pts)
13. (--) Mike Bliss 814pts (-366pts)
14. (--) Travis Pastrana 751pts (-429pts)
15. (--) Michael Annett 696pts (-484pts)
16. (--) Jeremy Clements 638pts (-542pts)
17. (--) Mike Wallace 609pts (-571pts)
18. (--) Reed Sorenson 524pts (-656pts)
19. (--) Joe Nemechek 513pts (-667pts)
20. (--) Eric McClure 482pts (-698pts)
21. (+1) Cole Whitt 426pts (-754pts)
22. (-1) Brad Sweet 420pts (-760pts)
23. (--) Johanna Long 414pts (-766pts)
24. (--) Landon Cassill 359pts (-821pts)
25. (+2) Blake Koch 349pts (-831pts)
26. (--) Kevin Swindell # 342pts (-838pts)
27. (-2) Jeffrey Earnhardt 339pts (-841pts)
28. (--) Jamie Dick 277pts (-903pts)
29. (--) Jeff Green 274pts (-906pts)
30. (+1) Dexter Stacey # 257pts (-923pts)
31. (-1) Joey Gase 242pts (-938pts)
32. (--) Robert Richardson Jr. 222pts (-958pts)
33. (--) Josh Wise 217pts (-963pts)
34. (--) Chris Buescher 199pts (-981pts)
35. (--) Hal Martin 186pts (-994pts)
36. (+2) Drew Herring 175pts (-1005pts)
37. (+2) Ryan Reed 171pts (-1009pts)
38. (-2) Kenny Wallace 155pts (-1025pts)
39. (-2) Kevin Lepage 148pts (-1032pts)
40. (--) Juan Carlos Blum 140pts (-1040pts)
41. (--) Jason White 138pts (-1042pts)
42. (--) Carl Long 123pts (-1057pts)
43. (--) Kyle Fowler 119pts (-1061pts)
44. (--) Mike Harmon 106pts (-1074pts)
45. (+1) Tj Bell 102pts (-1078pts)
46. (-1) Ken Butler 99pts (-1081pts)
47. (--) Daryl Harr 89pts (-1091pts)
48. (--) Max Papis 81pts (-1099pts)
49. (--) Harrison Rhodes 78pts (-1102pts)
50. (--) Danny Efland 78pts (-1102pts)
51. (--) Tony Raines 76pts (-1104pts)
52. (--) Morgan Shepherd 64pts (-1116pts)
53. (--) Owen Kelly 62pts (-1118pts)
54. (--) Billy Johnson 59pts (-1121pts)
55. (+5) Ryan Ellis 57pts (-1123pts)
56. (-1) Kenny Habul 54pts (-1126pts)
57. (-1) Scott Lagasse Jr. 52pts (-1128pts)
58. (-1) Tanner Berryhill 52pts (-1128pts)
59. (-1) Stanton Barrett 51pts (-1129pts)
60. (-1) Kyle Kelley 50pts (-1130pts)
61. (--) Chase Miller 48pts (-1132pts)
62. (--) Brad Teague 38pts (-1142pts)
63. (--) Ryan Gifford 35pts (-1145pts)
64. (--) Donnie Neuenberger 35pts (-1145pts)
65. (--) Johnny O'connell 32pts (-1148pts)
66. (--) Kevin O'connell 32pts (-1148pts)
67. (--) Matt Dibenedetto 31pts (-1149pts)
68. (--) Brett Butler 29pts (-1151pts)
69. (--) Anthony Gandon 28pts (-1152pts)
70. (--) Bobby Gerhart 28pts (-1152pts)
71. (--) Derek White 27pts (-1153pts)
72. (--) Ryan Preece 20pts (-1160pts)
73. (--) Steve Wallace 19pts (-1161pts)
74. (--) Tj Duke 19pts (-1161pts)
75. (--) Andrew Ranger 18pts (-1162pts)
76. (--) John Young 16pts (-1164pts)
77. (--) Richard Harriman 15pts (-1165pts)
78. (--) Tim Andrews 14pts (-1166pts)
79. (--) Travis Sauter 14pts (-1166pts)
80. (--) Derrike Cope 14pts (-1166pts)
81. (--) Maryeve Dufault 13pts (-1167pts)
82. (--) Kelly Admiraal 13pts (-1167pts)
83. (--) Tim Schendel 11pts (-1169pts)
84. (N/A) Corey Lajoie 10pts (-1170pts)
85. (-1) Paulie Harraka 9pts (-1171pts)
86. (-1) Alx Danielsson 7pts (-1173pts)
87. (-1) David Green 6pts (-1174pts)
88. (-1) Jason Bowles 5pts (-1175pts)

# = Nationwide series rookie
Only drivers registered for points in this series are shown in the standings.



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Kevin Harvick, driver of the #4 Budweiser Chevrolet, stands on pit road during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway on September 26, 2014 in Dover, Delaware. (Photo Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Wurth Ford, practices for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA 400 at Dover sInternational Speedway on September 26, 2014 in Dover, Delaware.  (Photo Credit: Todd Warshaw/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota, during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway on September 26, 2014 in Dover, Delaware. (Photo Credit: Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell-Pennzoil Ford, receives a lobster in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 21, 2014 in Loudon, New Hampshire. (Photo Credit: Jonathan Ferrey/NASCAR via Getty Images)

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