Lead Lap

Some articles on laps, lap, lead:

2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series - Auto Club 500
... Complete Results The Auto Club 500 is run over 250 2-mile laps on a D oval at California Speedway, Fontana ... Busch was still leading after the first lap, with Brian Vickers in second place ... Biffle had promised to reporters and commentators that he would have the lead within 5 laps ...
1998 Winchester 400
... The Raleigh, North Carolina, native flew past Steven Howard on lap 299 and beat points leader Freddie Query across the finish line ... Jeff Fultz of Milford, Ohio, drove his Jani-King Chevrolet to the pole-position with a lap of 15.990 seconds (112.570 MPH) ... Fellow front-row starter Hal Goodson leaped to the lead at the start of the 400-lap grind ...
Lucky Dog - Conditions
... The rule applies regardless of the number of laps a car is behind the leader ... Furthermore, a driver may not receive a beneficiary rule lap in certain situations The driver caused the situation bringing out the yellow ... The driver had been penalized one (or more) laps for rough driving ...
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - Career - 2012
8th in the Budweiser Shootout, led for several laps, and finished 20th after being caught up in a six car crash on lap 55 that also involved Matt Kenseth, Joey Logano ... He led a few laps in the early part of the race before finishing second to Tony Stewart after his Nationwide Series teammate Danica Patrick smashed hard into the inside wall in a last lap crash on. 500, he finished in second place behind Matt Kenseth, after passing Greg Biffle on the last lap ...
Beneficiary Rule - Conditions
... The rule applies regardless of the number of laps a car is behind the leader ... Furthermore, a driver may not receive a beneficiary rule lap in certain situations The driver caused the situation bringing out the yellow ... The driver had been penalized one (or more) laps for rough driving ...

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