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14th race of the 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Collection

Motor automotive race

The 2001 Kmart 400 used to be the 14th inventory automotive race of the 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Collection and the twentieth iteration of the development. The race used to be hung on Sunday, June 10, 2001, in Brooklyn, Michigan, at Michigan World Speedway, a two-mile (3.2 km) moderate-banked D-shaped speedway. The race took the scheduled 200 laps to finish. At race’s finish, Jeff Gordon, riding for Hendrick Motorsports, would arrange to carry off the sphere at the ultimate restart with 4 to visit win his fifty fifth occupation NASCAR Winston Cup Collection win and his 3rd of the season. The win used to be additionally Hendrick Motorsports’ one hundredth NASCAR Winston Cup Collection victory.[1][2][3] To fill out the rostrum, Ricky Rudd, riding for Robert Yates Racing, and Sterling Marlin, riding for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, would end 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

Background[edit]

The race used to be held at Michigan World Speedway, a two-mile (3.2 km) moderate-banked D-shaped speedway positioned in Brooklyn, Michigan. The monitor is used essentially for NASCAR occasions. It’s referred to as a “sister monitor” to Texas International Speedway as MIS’s oval design used to be an instantaneous foundation of TWS, with reasonable adjustments to the banking within the corners, and used to be used as the root of Auto Membership Speedway. The monitor is owned by means of World Speedway Company. Michigan World Speedway is known as considered one of motorsports’ premier amenities on account of its broad racing floor and prime banking (by means of open-wheel requirements; the 18-degree banking is discreet by means of inventory automotive requirements).

Access listing[edit]

  • (R) denotes rookie driving force.
  • (i) denotes driving force who’s ineligible for sequence driving force issues.
# Driving force Crew Make Sponsor
1 Steve Park Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet Pennzoil
01 Jason Leffler (R) Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Dodge Cingular Wi-fi, Particular Olympics
2 Rusty Wallace Penske Racing South Ford Miller Lite
02 Ryan Newman (i) Penske Racing South Ford Alltel
4 Kevin Lepage Morgan–McClure Motorsports Chevrolet Kodak
5 Terry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Kellogg’s
6 Mark Martin Roush Racing Ford Viagra
7 Mike Wallace Extremely Motorsports Ford NationsRent
8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet Budweiser
9 Invoice Elliott Evernham Motorsports Dodge Dodge, Muhammad Ali
10 Johnny Benson Jr. MBV Motorsports Pontiac Valvoline
11 Brett Bodine Brett Bodine Racing Ford RedCell, Ralphs
12 Jeremy Mayfield Penske Racing South Ford Mobil 1
14 Ron Hornaday Jr. (R) A. J. Foyt Enterprises Pontiac Conseco
15 Michael Waltrip Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet NAPA Auto Portions
17 Matt Kenseth Roush Racing Ford DeWalt
18 Bobby Labonte Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac Interstate Batteries
19 Casey Atwood (R) Evernham Motorsports Dodge Dodge
20 Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac The House Depot
21 Elliott Sadler Wooden Brothers Racing Ford Motorcraft
22 Ward Burton Invoice Davis Racing Dodge Caterpillar
24 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet DuPont
25 Jerry Nadeau Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet UAW, Delphi
26 Jimmy Spencer Haas-Carter Motorsports Ford Kmart
27 Kenny Wallace Eel River Racing Pontiac Sauer’s, Duke’s Mayonnaise
28 Ricky Rudd Robert Yates Racing Ford Texaco, Havoline
29 Kevin Harvick (R) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet GM Goodwrench
30 Jeff Inexperienced Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet The usa On-line
31 Mike Skinner Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Lowe’s
32 Ricky Craven PPI Motorsports Ford Tide
33 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Andy Petree Racing Chevrolet Oakwood Properties
36 Ken Schrader MBV Motorsports Pontiac M&M’s
40 Sterling Marlin Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Dodge Coors Mild
43 John Andretti Petty Enterprises Dodge Cheerios
44 Buckshot Jones Petty Enterprises Dodge Georgia-Pacific Sparkle
45 Kyle Petty Petty Enterprises Dodge Dash PCS
50 Rick Mast Midwest Transit Racing Chevrolet Midwest Transit
55 Bobby Hamilton Andy Petree Racing Chevrolet Sq. D
66 Todd Bodine Haas-Carter Motorsports Ford Kmart Blue Mild Particular
77 Robert Pressley Jasper Motorsports Ford Jasper Engines & Transmissions
84 Shawna Robinson Michael Kranefuss Racing Ford Aaron’s
88 Dale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Ford UPS
90 Hut Stricklin Donlavey Racing Ford Hills Bros. Espresso
92 Stacy Compton Melling Racing Dodge Kodiak
93 Dave Blaney Invoice Davis Racing Dodge Amoco Final
96 Andy Houston (R) PPI Motorsports Ford McDonald’s
97 Kurt Busch (R) Roush Racing Ford Rubbermaid, Sharpie
99 Jeff Burton Roush Racing Ford Citgo Supergard
Professional access listing

Follow[edit]

First apply[edit]

The primary apply consultation used to be hung on Friday, June 8, at 12:00 PM EST. The consultation would closing for 2 hours.[4]Ryan Newman, riding for Penske Racing South, would set the quickest time within the consultation, with a lap of 38.467 and a mean velocity of 187.173 mph (301.226 km/h).[5]

2nd apply[edit]

The second one apply consultation used to be hung on Friday, June 9, at 9:00 AM EST. The consultation would closing for 45 mins.[4]Jeff Gordon, riding for Hendrick Motorsports, would set the quickest time within the consultation, with a lap of 38.913 and a mean velocity of 185.028 mph (297.774 km/h).[6]

3rd and ultimate apply[edit]

The general apply consultation, occasionally known as Glad Hour, used to be hung on Saturday, June 9, at 10:30 AM EST. The consultation would closing for one hour and half-hour.[4]Rusty Wallace, riding for Penske Racing South, would set the quickest time within the consultation, with a lap of 39.462 and a mean velocity of 182.454 mph (293.631 km/h).[7]

Qualifying[edit]

Qualifying used to be hung on Friday, June 8, at 3:10 PM EST. Every driving force would have two laps to set a quickest time; the quickest of the 2 would rely as their reputable qualifying lap.[4] Positions 1-36 could be determined on time, whilst positions 37-43 could be in keeping with provisionals. Six spots are awarded by way of provisionals in keeping with proprietor’s issues. The 7th is awarded to a previous champion who has no longer in a different way certified for the race. If no previous champ wishes the provisional, the following workforce within the proprietor issues can be awarded a provisional.[8]

Jeff Gordon, riding for Hendrick Motorsports, would win the pole, atmosphere a time of 38.247 and a mean velocity of 188.250 miles in keeping with hour (302.959 km/h).[9]

5 drivers would fail to qualify: Mike Wallace, Rick Mast, Andy Houston, Stacy Compton, and Kenny Wallace.

Complete qualifying effects[edit]

Race effects[edit]

Fin[10] St # Driving force Crew Make Laps Led Standing Pts Winnings
1 1 24 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 200 143 working 185 $240,137
2 2 28 Ricky Rudd Robert Yates Racing Ford 200 3 working 175 $123,257
3 29 40 Sterling Marlin Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Dodge 200 28 working 170 $95,280
4 9 12 Jeremy Mayfield Penske Racing South Ford 200 0 working 160 $98,814
5 12 02 Ryan Newman (i) Penske Racing South Ford 200 0 working 0 $47,315
6 23 90 Hut Stricklin Donlavey Racing Ford 200 0 working 150 $57,140
7 13 99 Jeff Burton Roush Racing Ford 200 0 working 146 $91,286
8 4 93 Dave Blaney Invoice Davis Racing Dodge 200 0 working 142 $47,965
9 6 9 Invoice Elliott Evernham Motorsports Dodge 200 0 working 138 $71,638
10 8 29 Kevin Harvick (R) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 200 0 working 134 $94,042
11 14 26 Jimmy Spencer Haas-Carter Motorsports Ford 200 0 working 130 $62,735
12 10 10 Johnny Benson Jr. MBV Motorsports Pontiac 200 11 working 132 $53,400
13 25 18 Bobby Labonte Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac 200 0 working 124 $92,317
14 33 36 Ken Schrader MB2 Motorsports Pontiac 200 0 working 121 $57,701
15 31 17 Matt Kenseth Roush Racing Ford 200 10 working 123 $54,040
16 20 6 Mark Martin Roush Racing Ford 199 0 working 115 $83,041
17 17 30 Jeff Inexperienced Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 199 0 working 0 $38,390
18 21 88 Dale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Ford 199 0 working 109 $83,117
19 36 01 Jason Leffler (R) Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Dodge 199 0 working 106 $54,080
20 3 31 Mike Skinner Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 199 0 working 103 $78,014
21 43 77 Robert Pressley Jasper Motorsports Ford 199 0 working 100 $52,115
22 38 55 Bobby Hamilton Andy Petree Racing Chevrolet 199 0 working 97 $48,440
23 16 1 Steve Park Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 199 0 working 94 $66,333
24 19 33 Bobby Hamilton Jr. Andy Petree Racing Chevrolet 199 0 working 91 $68,060
25 37 20 Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac 198 0 working 88 $57,490
26 42 5 Terry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 198 0 working 85 $71,970
27 22 45 Kyle Petty Petty Enterprises Dodge 198 0 working 82 $35,990
28 41 25 Jerry Nadeau Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 198 0 working 79 $46,840
29 35 15 Michael Waltrip Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 198 0 working 76 $45,640
30 34 19 Casey Atwood (R) Evernham Motorsports Dodge 198 0 working 73 $39,065
31 26 4 Kevin Lepage Morgan–McClure Motorsports Chevrolet 198 0 working 70 $37,915
32 27 14 Ron Hornaday Jr. (R) A. J. Foyt Enterprises Pontiac 197 0 working 67 $35,340
33 28 11 Brett Bodine Brett Bodine Racing Ford 197 0 working 64 $35,265
34 32 84 Shawna Robinson Michael Kranefuss Racing Ford 197 0 working 61 $35,190
35 5 32 Ricky Craven PPI Motorsports Ford 196 0 working 58 $35,115
36 24 44 Buckshot Jones Petty Enterprises Dodge 188 1 engine 60 $43,065
37 15 43 John Andretti Petty Enterprises Dodge 186 0 crash 52 $70,042
38 40 22 Ward Burton Invoice Davis Racing Dodge 184 0 engine 49 $68,040
39 7 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 171 4 engine 51 $69,593
40 39 21 Elliott Sadler Wooden Brothers Racing Ford 156 0 working 43 $52,835
41 18 2 Rusty Wallace Penske Racing South Ford 118 0 working 40 $79,940
42 30 66 Todd Bodine Haas-Carter Motorsports Ford 38 0 crash 37 $34,760
43 11 97 Kurt Busch (R) Roush Racing Ford 16 0 crash 34 $42,069
Did not qualify
44 7 Mike Wallace Extremely Motorsports Ford
45 50 Rick Mast Midwest Transit Racing Chevrolet
46 96 Andy Houston (R) PPI Motorsports Ford
47 92 Stacy Compton Melling Racing Dodge
48 27 Kenny Wallace Eel River Racing Pontiac
Professional race effects

References[edit]

  1. ^ Utter, Jim (June 10, 2001). “Win is Gordon’s fifty fifth, Hendrick’s one hundredth”. ThatsRacin. Archived from the unique on December 24, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  2. ^ Packman, Tim (June 10, 2001). “Gordon beats Rudd to the road at Michigan”. NASCAR. Turner Sports activities Interactive. Archived from the unique on December 17, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  3. ^ “Kmart particular for Gordon”. Arizona Republic. June 11, 2001. p. 27. Retrieved June 23, 2022 – by the use of Newspapers.com. open access
  4. ^ a b c d “Jayski’s Foolish Season Website online – 2001 Michigan 1 Race Data Web page”. Jayski’s Foolish Season Website online. Archived from the unique on February 13, 2002. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  5. ^ “Friday’s Winston Cup apply speeds”. ThatsRacin. June 8, 2001. Archived from the unique on December 24, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  6. ^ “Saturday morning apply speeds”. ThatsRacin. June 9, 2001. Archived from the unique on August 7, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  7. ^ “Saturday’s ‘Glad Hour’ speeds”. ThatsRacin. June 9, 2001. Archived from the unique on December 24, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  8. ^ “Jayski’s Foolish Season Website online – 2001 Provisional Get started Standing”. Jayski’s Foolish Season Website online. Archived from the unique on 2001-08-01. Retrieved 2022-02-22.
  9. ^ Fryer, Jenna (June 8, 2001). “Gordon takes pole, Robinson makes box”. ThatsRacin. Related Press. Archived from the unique on November 23, 2001. Retrieved June 23, 2022.
  10. ^ “2001 Kmart 400 – The 3rd Flip”. The 3rd Flip. Retrieved June 20, 2022.




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