Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/31/14
This week’s edition of Start ‘N’ Park Blog’s Stat Line breaks down the numbers behind Saturday’s SFP 250 from the Kansas Speedway. Feel free to use the information to impress your friends during the race weekend. History: Races: 12 Races Won from the Pole: 1 Last Race Won from the Pole: Ron Hornaday, Jr. (04/26/2008) Race Record: Ricky Hendrick 125.094 mph (07/07/2001) Qualifying Record: Bill Lester 173/633 mph (07/02/2005) First Race: 07/07/2001 First Winner: Ricky Hendrick Driver Ratings: Rank Driver St. Pole Win T5 T10 Avg. St. Avg. Fin. Led Rating 1 Johnny Sauter 4 0 1 2 3 8.000 9.000 112 108.3 2 James Buescher 4 0 1 2 2 7.750 8.250 104 107.7 3 Ron Hornaday, Jr. 8 3 1 3 5 8.000 9.750 265 107.5 4 Todd Bodine 9 0 1 4 6 16.333 9.444 99 104.1 5 Kyle Busch 1 0 0 0 1 11.000 6.000 0 103.5 6 Joey Coulter 2 0 0 1 1 7.500 9.500 1 98.1 7 Ty Dillon 1 0 0 0 1 5.000 9.000 0 91.3 8 Timothy Peters 5 0 0 1 1 10.400 16.400 0 86.7 9 Miguel Paludo 2 0 0 0 1 14.000 11.500 1 83.6 10 Brendan Gaughan 8 0 0 1 5 21.625 12.250 17 79.3  Current Standings: Johnny Sauter 135 Jeb Burton -16 Matt Crafton -20 Ron Hornaday, Jr. -30 Ryan Blaney -35 Ty Dillon -37 Miguel Paludo -37 James Buescher -42 Ryan Sieg -43 Darrell Wallace, Jr. -46 Dakoda Armstrong -46 Active Driver Firsts: Start Landon Cassill – 04/26/2008 Jennifer Jo Cobb – 04/26/2008 Mario Gosselin – 04/26/2008 Brian Ickler – 04/27/2009 Bryan Silas – 04/28/2007 Josh Wise – 04/28/2007 Pole Tim George, Jr. – 04/21/2012 Win James Buescher – 04/21/2012 All-Time Leaders: Races: Matt Crafton – 12 Poles: Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 3 Wins: 12 Drivers – 1 Top-5s: Mike Skinner – 5 Top-10s: Todd Bodine, Rick Crawford, Mike Skinner – 6 Laps Completed: Matt Crafton – 1,905 Laps Led: Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 265 DNFs: Phil Bonifield, David Starr, Kelly Sutton – 4 Active Leaders: Races: Matt Crafton – 12 Poles: Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 3 Wins: 8 Drivers – 1 Top-5s: Mike Skinner – 5 Top-10s: Todd Bodine, Rick Crawford, Mike Skinner – 6 Laps Completed: Matt Crafton – 1,905 Laps Led: Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 265 DNFs: David Starr – 4 Oldest Vs. Youngest: Youngest Pole Winner: Austin Dillon 06/04/2011 – 21 years, 1 months, 8 days Oldest Pole Winner: Ron Hornaday, Jr. 05/02/2010 – 51 years, 10 months, 12 days Youngest Winner: Ricky Hendrick 07/07/2001 – 21 years, 3 months, 5 days Oldest Winner: Mike Skinner 04/27/2009 – 51 years, 9 months, 30 days Top 5 All-Time Track Winners: 12 Drivers – 1 Top 10 All-Time Series Pole Winners: Mike Skinner – 50 Jack Sprague – 32 Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 27 Mike Bliss – 18 Joe Ruttman – 16 Greg Biffle – 12 Kyle Busch – 12 Austin Dillon – 12 Ted Musgrave – 12 Jason Leffler – 10 Top 10 All-Time Series Winners: Ron Hornaday, Jr. – 51 Kyle Busch – 30 Mike Skinner – 28 Jack Sprague – 28 Todd Bodine – 22 Dennis Setzer – 18 Ted Musgrave – 17 Greg Biffle – 16 Johnny Benson, Jr. – 14 Kevin Harvick – 14
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