Found March 29, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
LOUDON, NH (July 12, 1996) – Randy LaJoie led 173 of the 200 laps run in the Stanley 200 from the New Hampshire Motor Speedway to take home the top prize. After LaJoie was a pair of brothers, with Terry Labonte second, David Green third, Jeff Green fourth, and Bobby Labonte coming home fifth. A lap eight accident religated Phil Parsons to a 40th place finish after starting his #10 Channellock Chevrolet in the fourth place. Hermie Sadler finished in the sixth place, while brother Elliott Sadler finished 18th in the #46 Sadler Racing Chevrolet. Below are the complete results from that day. Fin St # Driver Sponsor Car Laps Money Status Led Pts 1 2 74 Randy LaJoie Fina Chevrolet 200 $22,850 Running 173 180 2 11 5 Terry Labonte Bayer Chevrolet 200 $11,800 Running 1 170 3 1 95 David Green Caterpillar Chevrolet 200 $13,350 Running 8 165 4 14 3 Jeff Green Goodwrench Service Chevrolet 200 $8,475 Running 0 160 5 8 44 Bobby Labonte Shell Oil Chevrolet 200 $5,525 Running 0 155 6 17 1 Hermie Sadler DeWalt Industrial Tools Chevrolet 200 $7,550 Running 0 150 7 5 81 Todd Bodine Cape Canaveral Cruise Chevrolet 200 $6,950 Running 18 146 8 13 57 Jason Keller Slim Jim Chevrolet 200 $8,950 Running 0 142 9 20 34 Mike McLaughlin Royal Oak Charcoal Chevrolet 200 $8,650 Running 0 138 10 21 90 Mike Wallace Duron Paints Ford 200 $4,450 Running 0 134 11 9 92 Larry Pearson Stanley Tools Chevrolet 200 $7,150 Running 0 130 12 18 64 Dick Trickle Dura Lube Chevrolet 200 $3,800 Running 0 127 13 19 9 Joe Bessey Delco Remy America Chevrolet 200 $4,450 Running 0 124 14 15 55 Bobby Dotter Midwest Motorsports Chevrolet 200 $5,575 Running 0 121 15 3 63 Curtis Markham Lysol Pontiac 200 $6,025 Running 0 118 16 32 6 Tommy Houston Suburban Propane Ford 199 $4,500 Drive Train 0 115 17 36 75 Doug Heveron Food Country USA Ford 199 $5,375 Running 0 112 18 39 46 Elliott Sadler Sadler Racing Chevrolet 199 $3,500 Running 0 109 19 28 88 Kevin Lepage Farmer’s Choice Fertilizer Chevrolet 198 $5,320 Running 0 106 20 7 4 Jeff Purvis Phoenix Racing Chevrolet 198 $5,785 Running 0 103 21 31 00 Buckshot Jones Aquafresh Ford 198 $4,475 Running 0 100 22 25 47 Jeff Fuller Sunoco Chevrolet 198 $4,465 Running 0 97 23 22 72 Mike Dillon Detroit Gasket Chevrolet 197 $7,305 Running 0 94 24 37 38 Dennis Setzer Lipton Tea Ford 197 $4,445 Running 0 91 25 35 58 Mike Cope Penrose Meat Snacks Chevrolet 197 $3,460 Running 0 88 26 10 29 Bill Ingle WCW Chevrolet 195 $3,425 Running 0 85 27 16 43 Rodney Combs Lance Snacks Pontiac 195 $4,415 Running 0 82 28 6 99 Glenn Allen Jr Luxaire Chevrolet 190 $4,395 Running 0 79 29 40 85 Shane Hall Stegall Motorsports Chevrolet 172 $4,385 Engine 0 76 30 27 8 Kenny Wallace Red Dog Ford 167 $3,375 Engine 0 73 31 34 45 Mike Laughlin Jr Hunters Specialties Ford 165 $3,365 Engine 0 70 32 12 23 Chad Little John Deere Pontiac 159 $6,605 Running 0 67 33 30 53 Greg Clark Clark Racing Chevrolet 140 $3,345 Engine 0 64 34 26 51 Jim Bown Barbasol Chevrolet 130 $4,335 Rear End 0 61 35 29 87 Joe Nemechek BellSouth Mobility Chevrolet 127 $3,325 Accident 0 58 36 24 14 Patty Moise Dial / Purex Ford 124 $4,310 Accident 0 55 37 38 48 Randy Porter Unifirst Uniforms Ford 110 $4,290 Engine 0 52 38 23 40 Tim Fedewa Kleenex Ford 95 $4,285 Accident 0 49 39 33 59 Bill Hoff Mawson & Mawson Chevrolet 12 $3,285 Engine 0 46 40 4 10 Phil Parsons Channellock Chevrolet 8 $4,285 Accident 0 43
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