Found June 23, 2013 on Captain Thunder Racing:
Captain Thunder's Legendary Top-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - SONOMA   Sonoma Notebook ·         There have been 24 NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Sonoma Raceway since the first race there in 1989 – one race per season. ·         184 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Sonoma Raceway; 131 in more than one. ·         Mark Martin and Terry Labonte lead the series in starts at Sonoma with 21 each; followed by Bobby Labonte and Jeff Gordon with 20 each. ·         Rusty Wallace won the inaugural Coors Light pole at Sonoma in 1989 with a speed of 90.041 mph. ·         15 drivers have Coors Light poles at Sonoma, led by Jeff Gordon with five. ·         Two drivers have won consecutive Coors Light poles at Sonoma Ricky Rudd and Jeff Gordon. Ricky Ruddholds the record for most consecutive poles at Sonoma with three; fall 1990 through 1992. ·         Jeff Gordon is the only active driver to have posted consecutive Coors Light poles
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