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  1. #1
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    Race #28 - Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway - Playoff Race #2

    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    Federated Auto Parts 400 (Race #28 of 36), 400 laps (300 miles)
    Track: Richmond Raceway (0.75-mile tri-oval) in Richmond, Virginia
    TV: Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network
    Weather Forecast: Mostly clear, low of 64 degrees, 0% chance of rain

    Inaugural Race: 1959 Capital City 200 (200 laps on 0.5-mile dirt track)
    1. Cotton Owens, #6 Ford
    2. Lee Petty, #42 Plymouth
    3. Tom Pistone, #59 Ford
    4. Reds Kagle, #88 Chevrolet
    5. Runt Harris, #90 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Cotton Owens, #6 Ford

    Last Year's Race: 2018 Federated Auto Parts 400
    1. Kyle Busch, #18 Toyota
    2. Kevin Harvick, #4 Ford
    3. Martin Truex, Jr., #78 Toyota
    4. Chase Elliott, #9 Chevrolet
    5. Aric Almirola, #10 Ford
    Polesitter: Kevin Harvick, #4 Ford

    Entry List:
    _1) #00 Landon Cassill, University of Richmond Chevrolet
    _2) #_1 Kurt Busch, Monster Energy Drink Chevrolet
    _3) #_2 Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire Ford

    _4) #_3 Austin Dillon, Okuma Chevrolet
    _5) #_4 Kevin Harvick, Mobil 1 Ford
    _6) #_6 Ryan Newman, Roush Performance/Wyndham Rewards Ford

    _7) #_8 Daniel Hemric, Caterpillar Chevrolet
    _8) #_9 Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet
    _9) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Ford
    10) #11 Denny Hamlin, FedEx Office Toyota
    11) #12 Ryan Blaney, Richmond Water Heaters/Menards Ford

    12) #13 Ty Dillon, GEICO Chevrolet
    13) #14 Clint Bowyer, One Cure/Colorado State University Ford
    14) #15 Ross Chastain, Premium Motorsports Chevrolet
    15) #17 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Fastenal/Wypall Wipers Ford
    16) #18 Kyle Busch, M&M's Hazelnut Spread Toyota
    17) #19 Martin Truex, Jr., Bass Pro Shops/Tracker ATVs and Boats Toyota
    18) #20 Erik Jones, Craftsman Tools Toyota

    19) #21 Paul Menard, Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center Ford
    20) #22 Joey Logano, Shell/Pennzoil Ford
    21) #24 William Byron, Liberty University Chevrolet

    22) #27 Quin Houff, Premium Motorsports Chevrolet
    23) #32 Corey LaJoie, Keen Parts/CorvetteParts.net Ford
    24) #34 Michael McDowell, Long John Silver's Ford
    25) #36 Matt Tifft, Tuinty/Surface Sunscreen Ford
    26) #37 Chris Buescher, Kroger Fast Lane to Flavor/Bush's Best Beans/Cheerios/Healthy Choice Chevrolet
    27) #38 David Ragan, Morristown Driver Service Ford
    28) #41 Daniel Suarez, Haas CNC Ford
    29) #42 Kyle Larson, Credit One Bank Chevrolet
    30) #43 Darrell Wallace, Jr., Victory Junction Chevrolet
    31) #47 Ryan Preece, Kroger.com/Cheerios/Clorox Chevrolet
    32) #48 Jimmie Johnson, Ally Financial Chevrolet
    33) #51 Austin Theriault, Jacob Companies Chevrolet
    34) #52 Garrett Smithley, Byrna Ford
    35) #53 Spencer Boyd, AQRE App Chevrolet
    36) #77 Reed Sorenson, Go-Parts Chevrolet
    37) #88 Alex Bowman, Nationwide Insurance Chevrolet
    38) #95 Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota Express Maintenance Toyota
    Last edited by NC_RaiderFan5; 09-23-2019 at 02:43 PM.

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    38 cars are entered for 40 starting spots in the 2019 Federated Auto Parts 400

    Changes:
    Quin Houf returns to the #27 Chevrolet
    Austin Theriault returns and will drive the #51 Chevrolet
    Spencer Boyd returns to the #53 Chevrolet

    Non-Charter Cars:
    #27 Quin Houf
    #53 Spencer Boyd

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    2017 Coke Zero 400 Winner

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    Looks like the comments section is an accurate indicator of how "good" this race was lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC_RaiderFan5 View Post
    Looks like the comments section is an accurate indicator of how "good" this race was lol
    yeah lol its interesting. Its do or die time for Jones and Kurt who needs to win or go home.

    Boywer, Aric, Bowman, Bryon, and even Blaney needs good finishes to see who the other two that get eliminated are.
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    Yeah that race sucked. Fell asleep in the middle of it

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    I missed the race, live. But I watched it later.
    Last edited by alanadavid; 10-22-2020 at 01:59 AM.

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    the ending was good... Logano held Harvick off for the last like 30 laps
    YOU JUST MADE THE LIST!!!!!

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