Jul 11 2009

Lenox Industrial Tools 301 2009 Videos

A rain shortened race allows Joey Logano to become the youngest winner ever in the Lenox Industrial Tools 301.



Here is how they finished:
1 24 20 Joey Logano Toyota The Home Depot 190/5 273 Running 276,201
2 2 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 175/5 273 Running 207,226
3 4 2 Kurt Busch Dodge Miller Lite 170/5 273 Running 146,675
4 14 00 David Reutimann Toyota Aaron’s Dream Machine 160/0 273 Running 146,423
5 1 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet Old Spice / Office Depot 160/5 273 Running 134,548
6 36 09 Brad Keselowski Chevrolet Miccosukee Resort & Gaming 150/0 273 Running 100,350
7 9 18 Kyle Busch Toyota Interstate Batteries 146/0 273 Running 140,673
8 26 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge Penske Truck Rental / AAA 142/0 273 Running 113,510
9 3 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe’s / Kobalt Tools 148/10 273 Running 142,751
10 13 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Budweiser 134/0 273 Running 126,848
11 21 07 Casey Mears Chevrolet Jack Daniel’s 130/0 273 Running 99,400
12 12 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet Target 132/5 273 Running 119,073
13 20 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet National Guard / Amp Energy 124/0 273 Running 97,950
14 11 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet Carquest / Kellogg’s 126/5 273 Running 90,000
15 7 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota FedEx Ground 123/5 273 Running 96,150
16 35 34 John Andretti Chevrolet Taco Bell 115/0 273 Running 89,150
17 27 43 Reed Sorenson Dodge McDonald’s McCafe 117/5 273 Running 117,476
18 8 16 Greg Biffle Ford 3M 114/5 273 Running 96,075
19 5 99 Carl Edwards Ford Aflac 106/0 273 Running 125,131
20 16 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet The Hartford 103/0 273 Running 89,175
21 28 96 Bobby Labonte Ford Ask.com 105/5 273 Running 106,704
22 10 17 Matt Kenseth Ford Dewalt 97/0 273 Running 121,490
23 18 47 Marcos Ambrose Toyota Little Debbie / Kingsford / Clorox 94/0 273 Running 94,073
24 29 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 91/0 273 Running 86,250
25 34 7 Robby Gordon Toyota Robby Gordon Motorsports 93/5 272 Running 97,210
26 23 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge Best Buy 90/5 272 Running 85,650
27 43 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet Furniture Row Companies 82/0 272 Running 77,325
28 32 12 David Stremme Dodge Penske Racing 79/0 272 Running 109,515
29 6 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet Haas Automation 81/5 270 Running 104,379
30 33 98 Paul Menard Ford Moen / Menards 73/0 267 Running 106,906
31 15 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Lenox Industrial Tools 70/0 251 Running 120,106
32 30 44 A.J. Allmendinger Dodge Berlin City Auto Group 67/0 238 Running 73,050
33 19 26 Jamie McMurray Ford Irwin Vise-Grip 64/0 237 Running 81,800
34 25 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Shell / Pennzoil 61/0 231 Running 110,003
35 17 83 Brian Vickers Toyota Red Bull 58/0 190 Accident 100,773
36 37 82 Scott Speed Toyota Red Bull 55/0 189 Accident 84,298
37 22 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet TomTom 52/0 174 Accident 107,015
38 31 6 David Ragan Ford UPS 49/0 174 Accident 79,825
39 39 187 Joe Nemechek Toyota NEMCO Motorsports 46/0 67 Transmission 72,700
40 38 171 David Gilliland Chevrolet TRG Motorsports 43/0 48 Electrical 71,550
41 42 37 Tony Raines Dodge Long John Silver’s 40/0 30 Electrical 71,375
42 40 66 Dave Blaney Toyota Prism Motorsports 37/0 29 Overheating 71,250
43 41 36 Patrick Carpentier Toyota Tommy Baldwin Racing 34/0 14 Accident 71,618

1 Comment

  • By kelseymudd, August 12, 2009 @ 10:53 pm

    Last year’s June race featured one of the oddest top threes in recent memory, as Kurt Busch (in a Penske car that was, at the time, underperforming), Michael Waltrip, and J.J. Yeley topped the field in a rain-shortened event. Although we up in New England have been getting a lot of rain lately, don’t expect two consecutive rain-shortened events that are won by staying out of the pits. Instead, look to these guys to run near the front:

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