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Numbers Game: 2010 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

Margin of victory (in seconds) for Kevin Harvick over Kasey Kahne.

Number of cars that ran less than 100 laps on Saturday night (Joe Nemechek, Max Papis and Dave Blaney).

3 hours, 3 minutes, 28 seconds
Total time of the Coke Zero 400 (race started over an hour and a half late due to rain).

Finishing position of Dale Earnhardt Jr., the winner of the Nationwide Series race the previous day.

Number of extra laps run in the Coke Zero 400 due to a late-race caution.

Average running position of Jeff Burton, the best of any other driver. Burton finished fifth.

Number of cautions in the Coke Zero 400.

Number of leaders in Saturday’s race (July 3) at Daytona, a record for the July race.

Number of cars running on the lead lap at the end of the race.

19 minutes, 34 seconds
Length of red flag after a 19-car pileup on lap 148.

Number of cars running at the end of the race.

Lowest running position of Harvick, the best of any other driver.

Number of cars involved in wrecks in the Coke Zero 400.

Number of laps led by race winner Harvick (16.9%), the most of any other driver.

Number of laps spent under caution at Daytona.

Number of lead changes in the Coke Zero 400, second most in this race (the record is 49 in 1974).

Combined number of laps led by the Richard Childress Racing drivers.

Number of green-flag passes for the lead.

Driver rating for race winner Harvick, the best of any other driver.

Number of people in attendance for the Coke Zero 400 powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway.

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