Found October 16, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Brad Keselowski continues to lead the point standings by 7 points over Jimmie Johnson, with Denny Hamlin (-15), Saturday’s winner Clint Bowyer (-28), and Kasey Kahne (-35) making up the top five. Following those five are Greg Biffle, Martin Truex, Jr., Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. as the Chase for the Sprint Cup motors on to the Kansas Speedway next weekend. Pos Driver Points Behind Starts Wins T5 T10 $$$ 1  Brad Keselowski 2214 Leader 31 5 12 19 $5,368,170 2  Jimmie Johnson 2207 -7 31 3 16 21 $7,057,099 3  Denny Hamlin 2199 -15 31 5 13 16 $6,210,761 4  Clint Bowyer 2186 -28 31 3 8 19 $4,734,532 5  Kasey Kahne 2179 -35 31 2 9 16 $4,144,916 6  Greg Biffle 2171 -43 31 2 11 17 $5,132,303 7  Martin Truex Jr. 2165 -49 31 0 6 17 $4,592,812 8  Tony Stewart 2164 -50 31 3 10 14 $5,825,830 9  Jeff Gordon 2164 -50 31 1 10 15 $5,238,304 10  Kevin Harvick 2158 -56 31 0 4 11 $4,971,351 11  Matt Kenseth 2147 -67 31 2 11 17 $6,527,712 12  Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2128 -86 30 1 10 18 $4,763,465 13  Kyle Busch 951 -1263 31 1 9 16 $5,589,306 14  Ryan Newman 889 -1325 31 1 4 12 $4,648,541 15  Carl Edwards 881 -1333 31 0 3 13 $4,700,000 16  Paul Menard 847 -1367 31 0 0 7 $3,511,155 17  Joey Logano 832 -1382 31 1 2 12 $3,568,643 18  Marcos Ambrose 828 -1386 31 1 3 8 $4,205,338 19  Jeff Burton 764 -1450 31 0 2 6 $4,547,170 20  Jamie McMurray 741 -1473 31 0 0 3 $3,985,508 21  Aric Almirola 718 -1496 31 0 0 2 $4,143,106 22  Juan Pablo Montoya 700 -1514 31 0 0 2 $3,924,149 23  Regan Smith 676 -1538 31 0 1 3 $3,642,486 24  Bobby Labonte 667 -1547 31 0 0 1 $3,610,266 25  Mark Martin 602 -1612 20 0 4 9 $2,515,423 26  Kurt Busch 580 -1634 30 0 1 2 $3,476,123 27  David Gilliland 541 -1673 31 0 0 0 $3,086,897 28  David Ragan 540 -1674 31 0 1 2 $3,169,837 29  Travis Kvapil 531 -1683 30 0 0 1 $3,092,219 30  Casey Mears 526 -1688 31 0 0 0 $3,080,297 31  Landon Cassill 493 -1721 31 0 0 0 $3,630,310 32  AJ Allmendinger 420 -1794 18 0 1 3 $2,672,363 33  Dave Blaney 368 -1846 29 0 0 0 $2,555,319 34  David Reutimann 351 -1863 22 0 0 0 $2,052,108 35  David Stremme 216 -1998 25 0 0 0 $2,254,518 36  Brian Vickers 213 -2001 7 0 3 4 $689,275 37  Michael McDowell 166 -2048 25 0 0 0 $2,094,506 38  JJ Yeley 153 -2061 21 0 0 0 $1,679,850 39  Josh Wise 123 -2091 26 0 0 0 $2,035,352 40  Ken Schrader 111 -2103 10 0 0 0 $929,465 41  Stephen Leicht 107 -2107 13 0 0 0 $1,175,295 42  Michael Waltrip 94 -2120 4 0 0 1 $396,472 43  Terry Labonte 94 -2120 4 0 0 0 $582,995 44  Scott Speed 93 -2121 14 0 0 0 $1,136,893 45  Tony Raines 71 -2143 7 0 0 0 $788,728 46  Scott Riggs 52 -2162 18 0 0 0 $1,366,055 47  Brendan Gaughan 50 -2164 4 0 0 0 $354,559 48  Boris Said 34 -2180 2 0 0 0 $167,290 49  Bill Elliott 14 -2200 2 0 0 0 $196,098 50  Hermie Sadler III 13 -2201 1 0 0 0 $80,610 51  Mike Olsen 11 -2203 1 0 0 0 $81,735 52  Robby Gordon 11 -2203 3 0 0 0 $405,300 53  Mike Skinner 10 -2204 4 0 0 0 $340,850 54  Tomy Drissi 6 -2208 1 0 0 0 $76,242 55  Stacy Compton 5 -2209 1 0 0 0 $64,225 56  David Mayhew 4 -2210 1 0 0 0 $72,625 57  Kelly Bires 3 -2211 2 0 0 0 $139,167 58  Patrick Long 2 -2212 1 0 0 0 $61,555
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