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By The Numbers: Toyota Owners 400

By The Numbers: Toyota Owners 400

by April 22, 2015 0 comments

By: Kyle Pokrefky/@KPokrefky

Photo credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images for NASCAR

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves on to the next short track on the schedule – Richmond International Raceway, The Fourth Turn continues its ‘By The Numbers’ series by providing an insight into various numbers surrounding the upcoming Toyota Owners 400.

2 – Number of times the Toyota Owners 400 has been extended into ‘overtime’ since the establishment of the green-white-checkered rule.

3 – Number of wins at Richmond International Raceway Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart each have, the most of all drivers expected to compete in Saturday night’s race.

4 – Consecutive wins Kyle Busch had in the Toyota Owners 400 stretching from 2009-to-2012.

8.7 – Average finish over the last 20 races at Richmond International Raceway by Kevin Harvick, the lowest of drivers expected to compete in Saturday night’s race.

12.0 – Average starting position of the last 10 Toyota Owners 400 winners.

13 – Number of races won at Richmond International Raceway by Richard Petty, the most of all-time.

14 – Number of drivers entered for the Toyota Owners 400 that have at least one career win at Richmond International Raceway.

25 – Starts at Richmond International Raceway without a win by Greg Biffle, the most by an active driver.

108.499 – Speed in miles per hour the 1997 Toyota Owners 400 was completed, making it the fastest race in the history of the event. Rusty Wallace won the race in 2 hours, 45 minutes and 54 seconds.

110.7 – Average driver rating over the last 17 races at Richmond International Raceway by Denny Hamlin, the highest of all active drivers over the last 20 races at Richmond.

368.5 – Average lap of the final pass for the lead in the last 10 Toyota Owners 400s.

377.4 – Average lap of the final caution in the last 10 Toyota Owners 400s.

16,462 – Number of laps completed at Richmond International Raceway by Jeff Gordon, the most of all active drivers.

Kyle Pokrefky
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