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Numbers Game: 2009 Shelby 427 at Las Vegas

Kyle Busch‘s margin of victory over Jeff Gordon Sunday in the Shelby 427.

Number of times winner Busch led the Shelby 427 Sunday.

3 hours, 34 minutes, 37 seconds
Time it took to complete the Shelby 427.

Cars moved to the rear of the field at the start of the Shelby 427.
(No. 18 Kyle Busch, No. 83 Brian Vickers, No. 82 Scott Speed, No. 00 David Reutimann, No. 47 Marcos Ambrose – engine change)

Drivers failed to qualify for the Shelby 427.
(No. 28 Travis Kvapil, No. 66 Dave Blaney, No. 73 Mike Garvey, No. 41 Jeremy Mayfield, No. 09 Sterling Marlin, No. 36 Scott Riggs, No. 37 Tony Raines, No. 51 Dexter Bean)

Career wins for Busch in 153 starts.

Joey Logano‘s finishing position, earning him Raybestos Rookie of the Race honors for the second time this season.

Caution flags for a total of 66 laps at Las Vegas.

Lead changes among 12 drivers Sunday.

Points that Gordon leads Clint Bowyer by in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings.

Number of penalties handed out by NASCAR during the running of the Shelby 427.

Cars running at the end of the Shelby 427; 17 of those finished on the lead lap.

Matt Kenseth‘s finishing position Sunday in the Shelby 427. He was only able to complete six laps of the event before blowing the engine in the No. 17 USG Ford.

Laps led by Shelby 427 winner Busch.

Career Cup wins for Joe Gibbs after Busch’s trip to victory lane on Sunday.

Laps led by Jimmie Johnson in the Shelby 427, the most of any driver.

Average race speed (in mph).

Kyle Busch’s pole winning speed (in mph).

Laps in the Shelby 427, equaling 427.5 miles.

Estimated crowd in attendance at Las Vegas.

Busch’s purse for winning the Shelby 427.

Total purse for the Shelby 427.

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