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« on: June 07, 2005, 12:49:32 PM »

Lucky Dog Passes: #88-Dale Jarrett got his 7th 'Lucky Dog' / Lap Back pass at Dover, he leads the unofficial standings [not posted or kept by NASCAR on race results or points], four drivers are next with 6: #12-Newman, #25-Vickers, #45-Petty and #77-Kvapil. Three drivers have ran in all 13 races and not used a Lucky Dog pass: #07-Dave Blaney, #6-Mark Martin and #29-Kevin Harvick. See race-by-race who got the passes, where they finished, who has won a race after getting a pass and top finishers, along with who has used a pass and how many in 2005 on my Lucky Dog Pass page.(6-6-2005)

No Laps Led: a total of 40 drivers have led at least one lap in 2005, two drivers have run all 13 Nextel Cup races and not led a lap: #0-Mike Bliss and #42-Jamie McMurray

No Top 10's: four drivers have ran all 13 race and have no top-10 finishes to show for it: #0-Mike Bliss, #4-Mike Wallace, #22-Scott Wimmer and #43-Jeff Green.

DNF's - Rusty has the streak: #2-Rusty Wallace has been running at the finish in 26 consecutive races, the longest current streak, next is #99-Carl Edwards with 18. #18-Bobby Labonte and #66-Hermie Sadler have the most DNFs with 6.

What surprises me is that the rumors are flying at Ganassi that Sterling Marlin and Casey Mears are all but gone, yet these stats show McMurray hasn't even led a lap all year.  

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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2005, 03:55:59 PM »

What's more, McMurray was in the top 10 of the point standings before last week's race.  How strange was that?

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« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2005, 04:34:57 PM »

Here's the link:


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