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Numbers Game: 2009 Autism Speaks 400 at Dover

Cars moved to the rear of the field at the start of the Autism Speaks 400.
(No. 24, Jeff Gordon – backup car; No. 34, John Andretti – transmission change)

3 hour, 28 minutes, 16 seconds
Time it took to complete the Autism Speaks 400.

Drivers failed to qualify for the Autism Speaks 400.
(No. 25 Brad Keselowski, No. 13 Max Papis, No. 75 Derrike Cope, No. 06 David Starr)

Number of times winner Jimmie Johnson led the Autism Speaks 400 Sunday.

Caution flags for a total of 43 laps at Dover.

Number of penalties handed out by NASCAR during the running of the Autism Speaks 400.

Joey Logano‘s finishing position in the Autism Speaks 400, earning him Rookie of the Race honors for the 10th time this season.

Lead changes among 11 drivers Sunday.

Cars running at the end of the Autism Speaks 400; 12 finished on the lead lap.

Career Sprint Cup victory for Autism Speaks 400 winner Johnson in 268 starts.

David Gilliland‘s finishing position in the Autism Speaks 400. He completed just 39 laps before losing power in the No. 71 TRG Motorsports Chevrolet, ending his day.

Points that Tony Stewart leads Jeff Gordon by in the Sprint Cup standings.

Average race speed (in mph).

Career Cup wins for Hendrick Motorsports after Johnson’s trip to victory lane on Sunday.

Laps led by Autism Speaks 400 winner Johnson, the most of any driver.

Laps in the Autism Speaks 400, equaling 400 miles.

Estimated crowd in attendance at Dover.

Johnson’s purse for winning the Autism Speaks 400.

Total purse for the Autism Speaks 400.

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