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Numbers Game: 2010 Shelby American at Las Vegas

Margin of victory, in seconds, for Jimmie Johnson in the Shelby American over Kevin Harvick.

Average running position of race winner Johnson.

Number of cars who failed to finish the Shelby American.

Number of Chevrolets that finished in the top 10 in the Shelby American. Three Fords and a Toyota completed the top 10.

Number of cautions in the Shelby American, two for caution-light malfunctions.

Number of categories in loop-data statistics that Jeff Gordon led in the Shelby American 400, yet he still finished third.

Number of speeding penalties issued by NASCAR in the Nationwide Series Sam’s Town 300.

Gordon’s lowest running position in the Shelby American.

Number of lead changes in the Shelby American. There were nine different leaders.

Starting position of race winner Johnson in the Shelby American.

Number of cars running on the lead lap at the end of the Shelby American.

Finishing position of the highest-running Dodge, Brad Keselowski in the No. 12.

Position of the highest-finishing rookie (Colin Braun) in the Sam’s Town 300 on Saturday (Feb. 27).

Average finishing position of Danica Patrick in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. She will not make another NASCAR start until June in New Hampshire.

Finishing position of pole winner and Las Vegas native Kurt Busch.

Number of laps Gordon DIDN’T lead in the Shelby American.

Number of fastest laps run by Gordon, the most of anybody.

Lap that Kyle Busch was called to pit road for excessive speed entering the pits.

Laps completed by Dave Blaney in the No. 66, the car confiscated by NASCAR last week. Blaney was running at the end of the race in 29th place.

Number of people in attendance at the Shelby American.

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