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2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Bristol schedule, TV times

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  • Points Standings

    Sprint Cup

     1. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 133

     2. Brad Keselowski 132

     3. Jimmie Johnson 117

     4. Joey Logano 116

     5. Jeff Gordon 115

     6. Carl Edwards 105

     7. Matt Kenseth 105

     8. Denny Hamlin 101

     9. Ryan Newman 97

    10. Kyle Busch 95

    11. Jamie McMurray 93

    12. Greg Biffle 86

    13. Austin Dillon 84

    14. Kevin Harvick 83

    15. Kasey Kahne 83

    16. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 80

    17. Casey Mears 80

    18. Paul Menard 76

    19. Marcos Ambrose 69

    20. Brian Vickers 64

    21. A J Allmendinger 63

    22. Clint Bowyer 55

    23. Kyle Larson 55

    24. Aric Almirola 54

    25. Martin Truex Jr. 53

    26. Reed Sorenson 51

    27. Tony Stewart 48

    28. Kurt Busch 47

    29. Justin Allgaier 45

    30. Cole Whitt 41

    31. David Ragan 38

    32. David Gilliland 38

    33. Danica Patrick 36

    34. Michael Annett 32

    35. Alex Bowman 31

    36. Bobby Labonte 29

    37. Jeff Burton 27

    38. Terry Labonte 24

    39. Josh Wise 22

    40. Parker Kligerman 21

    41. Ryan Truex 18

    42. Michael McDowell 12

    43. Travis Kvapil 11

    44. Timmy Hill 6

    45. Michael Waltrip 4

    Nationwide

     1. Regan Smith 117

     2. Trevor Bayne 114

     3. Elliott Sadler 108

     4. Ty Dillon 105

     5. Chase Elliott 103

     6. Brian Scott 97

     7. Brendan Gaughan 94

     8. Dylan Kwasniewski 87

     9. James Buescher 86

    10. Mike Bliss 81

    11. Ryan Reed 77

    12. Mike Wallace 73

    13. Landon Cassill 73

    14. Dakoda Armstrong 68

    15. Chris Buescher 64

    Truck

     1. Timothy Peters 43

     2. Johnny Sauter 41

     3. Ron Hornaday39

     4. Ryan Blaney38

     5. Jeb Burton 37

     6. Jimmy Weller III 35

     7. German Quiroga 34

     8. Ryan Sieg 33

     9. Tyler Reddick 32

    10. Matt Crafton 31

    11. Ben Kennedy 31

    12. John Wes Townley 30

    13. Justin Jennings 28

    14. Bryan Silas 27

    15. Chris Fontaine 25



Food City 500

What: 500 laps or 266.5 miles

Where: Bristol Motor Speedway, a .533-mile highly banked concrete oval in Bristol, Tenn.

When: 1 p.m. Sunday

TV: Fox

Radio: Performance Racing Network

Last year’s winner: Kasey Kahne

Also this week: Drive to Stop Diabetes 300, Nationwide Series, Bristol Motor Speedway, 2 p.m. Saturday, ESPN2.

Worth mentioning: Team Penske’s Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano have owned the Sprint Cup Series’ new knock-out qualifying format, with Keselowski winning the pole at Phoenix and Logano at Las Vegas. Can they make it three in a row this weekend?

Who’s Hot/Who’s Not

HOT

Brad Keselowski: Only the second driver to sweep the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series races in the same weekend at Las Vegas.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.: He gambled and finished second – that’s not a bad result at all.

Paul Menard: Best Cup finish since fall of 2012 and best of the Richard Childress Racing drivers at Las Vegas.

Joey Logano: He quickly became a valued and talented teammate to Keselowski.

Danica Patrick: She was best among the four-member Stewart-Haas Racing class.

NOT

Tony Stewart: A 33rd-place finish with no easily identifiable answer. Not a good sign.

Kevin Harvick: Was in contention for the victory at Las Vegas until a broken wheel hub ended his day.

Jim Utter

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