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    NASCAR 2019 Race 5: Fontana Auto Cub 400 Race and Contest Thread - DIECAST RACE

    THIS IS A DIECAST CONTEST RACE.
    The highest score for the race (top three picks of four per entrant) will get his choice of a diecast model. I'll post the available list later this week. If there is a tie, the highest score of the 4th pick will win, and if there is a tie after that, the earliest entry of the ties will win. There is no restriction on new entrants for this race, so if you are brand new (or at least new this season), you are qualified for the diecast.


    Schedule:

    Friday, March 15

    1 p.m. ET Cup Series First Practice NASCAR.com
    2:05 p.m. ET Xfinity Series First Practice NASCAR.com
    4:35 p.m. ET Xfinity Series Final Practice FS1/fuboTV
    6:30 p.m. ET Cup Series qualifying FS1/fuboTV

    Saturday, March 16
    12:05 p.m. ET Cup Series Second Practice FS1/fuboTV
    1:10 p.m. ET Xfinity Series qualifying FS1/fuboTV
    3:30 p.m. Cup Series Final Practice FS1/fuboTV
    5 p.m. Production Alliance Group 300 FS1/fuboTV

    Sunday, March 17
    3:30 p.m. Auto Club 400 Fox/fuboTV





    Distance 400 miles (643.737 km)
    Laps 200 (Stage 1: 60; Stage 2: 60; Stage 3: 80)

    Track Facts:

    Track Specs:
    Track/Race Length: 2.0 mile D-shaped oval, 200 laps, 400 miles
    Superspeedway: 2.0-mile oval 75 feet wide with a 15 foot apron
    Banking: turns: 14; front stretch 11; backstretch 3
    Front Stretch: 3,100feet
    Back Stretch: 2,500feet
    Pit Road: 2,200 feet long with 44 individual pit stalls
    Garages: Three garages with 100 spaces
    Pit Road Speed: 55mph
    Pace Car Speed: 60mph
    Approx: 1,800 Infield RV spaces
    Grandstand seating capacity: 68,000 [was 81,000 and 92,000]
    Opened: 1997

    Pit Stalls:
    Length: 42 feet
    Width: 20 feet


    Track Records & Stats

    March 2018 Race Winner: #78-Martin Truex, Jr, 147.526mph, started 1st
    The Final October 2010 Race Winner: #14-Tony Stewart, 131.953, started 22nd
    Track Race Record: #14-Tony Stewart, 3/25/2012, 160.166mph
    Slowest Race Record: #38-Elliott Sadler, Sept 2004, 128.324mph
    Oldest Winner: #2-Rusty Wallace, 44 years, 8 months, 15 days, 4/29/2001
    Youngest Winner: #5-Kyle Busch, 20 years, 4 months, 2 days, 9/4/2005
    Worst Starting Spot to Win: #17-Matt Kenseth, 2/26/2006, started 31st

    March 2018 Pole Winner: #78-Martin Truex, Jr 186.567, finished 1st
    The Final October 2010 Pole Winner: #1-Jamie McMurray, 185.285, finished 17th
    Track Qualifying Record: Denny Hamlin, March 2016, 188.511mph
    Oldest Pole Winner: Mike Skinner, 42 years, 10 months, 2 days, 4/30/2000
    Youngest Pole Winner: Kyle Busch, 19 years, 9 months, 25 days, 2/27/2005

    Most Races: 26 - Jeff Gordon
    Most Wins: 6 - Jimmie Johnson
    Most Poles: 4 - Kurt Busch; 3 - Denny Hamlin
    Most Top 5s: 13 - Jimmie Johnson
    Most Top 10s: 17 - Jimmie Johnson; 15 - Carl Edwards & Matt Kenseth

    Race statistics

    Lead changes: 7 among different drivers
    Cautions/Laps: 5 for 21
    Red flags: 0
    Time of race: 2 hours, 42 minutes and 41 seconds
    Average speed: 147.526 miles per hour (237.420 km/h)

    Race will use the smaller spacers for reduced horsepower (500) and modified brake scoops for more downforce.
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    Starting Order:

    No. 1 Austin Dillon 3
    No. 2 Kevin Harvick 4
    No. 3 Aric Almirola 10
    No. 4 Kyle Busch 18
    No. 5 Joey Logano 22
    No. 6 Denny Hamlin 11
    No. 7 Ryan Newman 6
    No. 8 Chase Elliott 9
    No. 9 Clint Bowyer 14
    No. 10 Ryan Blaney 12
    No. 11 Jimmie Johnson 48
    No. 12 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 17
    No. 13 Brad Keselowski 2
    No. 14 Chris Buescher 37
    No. 15 Kyle Larson 42
    No. 16 Ty Dillon 13
    No. 17 Daniel Hemric 8
    No. 18 Erik Jones 20
    No. 19 David Ragan 38
    No. 20 Daniel Suarez 41
    No. 21 Kurt Busch 1
    No. 22 William Byron 24
    No. 23 Alex Bowman 88
    No. 24 Matt DiBenedetto 95
    No. 25 Paul Menard 21
    No. 26 Ryan Preece 47
    No. 27 Martin Truex Jr. 19
    No. 28 Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. 43
    No. 29 Michael McDowell 34
    No. 30 Corey Lajoie 32
    No. 31 Ross Chastain 15
    No. 32 Matt Tifft 36
    No. 33 Landon Cassill 00
    No. 34 Cody Ware 51
    No. 35 Reed Sorenson 27
    No. 36 BJ McLeod 52
    No. 37 Garrett Smithley 77
    No. 38 Joey Gase 66

    In possibly the most bizarre qualifying run ever seen, Austin Dillon won the pole for the Auto Club 400 on Friday without running a lap.

    All the drivers were waiting to run their final lap in the third round of qualifying and no one wanted to be the first off the line. With the new system of qualifying, drivers can be on the track in close proximity, and they like to use that to their advantage to gain a draft.

    But in hopes of getting a draft, no one wanted to get off the line, and by the time they started to try to make their runs with less than a minute on the clock, they were too late.

    No one made it to the line to start an official run and Dillon won by virtue of the fact he posted the fastest time in the second round.

    Kevin Harvick will start second and Aric Almirola will be third.

    Brad Keselowski (13th) and Kyle Larson (15th) failed to make it to the final round of qualifying.

    Defending champion Martin Truex Jr. struggled and will start 27th.

    The Auto Club 400 can be seen at 3:30 p.m. ET Sunday on Fox.

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