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1st Group 2nd Group 3rd Group  
Denny Hamlin Kyle Busch Kurt Busch J.J. Yeley
Jimmie Johnson Carl Edwards Mark Martin Michael McDowell
Tony Stewart Marcos Ambrose Casey Mears Ken Schrader
Brad Keselowski Ryan Newman David Gilliland Josh Wise*
Greg Biffle Paul Menard David Ragan Stephen Leicht*
Clint Bowyer Joey Logano Travis Kvapil Scott Speed
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jeff Burton Landon Cassill Michael Waltrip
Matt Kenseth Jamie McMurray AJ Allmendinger Tony Raines
Kevin Harvick Juan Montoya Dave Blaney Terry Labonte
Martin Truex Jr. Aric Almirola David Reutimann Brendan Gaughan
Kasey Kahne Regan Smith David Stremme Scott Riggs
Jeff Gordon Bobby Labonte Brian Vickers Boris Said

 

Race Points

Qual Points

Win

Top 10

Top 20

Winner/Highest

Lead Pack

5

3

2

2

Middle Pack

6

4

3

3

(>10 behind leader)

Group 3

7

5

4

4

(>20 behind leader)

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Bonus Points

RACE FOR CHASE

Bud Shootout Win

       2

1st Place

550 Points

Points are

Twin 125 Win

       2

2nd Place

545 Points

reset for the

Allstar Qualifying Win

       2

3rd Place

540 Points

last 10 races

Allstar Race Win

       2

4th Place

537 Points

as shown

5th Place

535 Points

here.

 

Changing Picks: At the start of the season, and at specific times during the season, all must be sure to pick 1 top 10 driver, 1 in the middle group, and 1 from the last group. The picks will be "locked in" until the next scheduled time for picks. This means you may actuall have 2 or 3 top 10 drivers for a while, but, that must change when it is time to make picks again. During the season we will make picks one week before the Memorial Day race, one week before the 4th Of July race(optional), and one week before the 1st chase race.

This will make it much easier to manage, and to remember who has what picks. Also note that our picks involve the number, more so than the driver. If, for example, your driver was unable to race, you still get points for where the car finished regardless of who is driving it. This may be very important at a road race where the owner may employ what is known as a "ringer" for that event. You can, however, make a change during a "lock out" period if your driver is unable to race due to a suspension or injury. When making a change you must follow the rules for making a pick and have one from each group.