Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/19/14
This week’s edition of Start ‘N’ Park Blog’s Stat Line breaks down the numbers behind Friday night’s Toyota Care 250 from the Richmond International Raceway. Feel free to use the information to impress your friends during the race weekend. History: Races: 58 Races Won from the Pole: 11 Last Race Won from the Pole: Kevin Harvick (09/10/2010) Race Record: Denny Hamlin 108.415 mph (04/29/2011) Qualifying Record: Kyle Busch 129.348 mph (05/14/2004) First Race: 02/20/1982 First Winner: Tommy Houston Driver Ratings: Rank Driver St. Pole Win T5 T10 Avg. St. Avg. Fin. Led Rating 1 Kevin Harvick 23 2 6 15 18 8.348 6.957 1,089 120.4 2 Kyle Busch 15 3 4 9 12 8.867 6.733 772 107.8 3 Trevor Bayne 4 0 0 1 2 6.750 14.750 0 97.5 4 Elliott Sadler 19 0 0 2 6 19.737 16.053 58 96.3 5 Brian Vickers 5 0 0 1 3 20.400 12.400 0 96.3 6 Austin Dillon 3 0 0 0 2 12.000 13.667 14 92.5 7 Reed Sorenson 9 0 0 2 6 11.556 13.333 4 92.0 8 Brad Keselowski 12 1 1 5 5 13.917 16.167 302 87.8 9 Justin Allgaier 8 0 0 1 3 16.375 14.125 0 86.0 10 Parker Kligerman 1 0 0 0 0 7.000 15.000 0 84.3 Current Standings: Sam Hornish, Jr. 221 Regan Smith -2 Austin Dillon -8 Justin Allgaier -9 Brian Scott -9 Parker Kligerman -35 Elliott Sadler -36 Alex Bowman -38 Brian Vickers -39 Trevor Bayne -40 Active Driver Firsts: Start Aric Almirola – 05/05/2006 Tanner Berryhill – 04/27/2012 Ryan Blaney – 04/27/2012 Chris Buescher – 04/29/2011 Austin Dillon – 09/07/2008 Jeff Green – 09/08/1990 Travis Pastrana – 04/27/2012 David Reutimann – 05/03/2002 Johnny Sauter – 09/07/2001 Pole None Win Kyle Busch – 05/14/2004 Robby Gordon – 09/10/2004 All-Time Leaders: Races: Kenny Wallace – 34 Poles: Tommy Ellis, Michael Waltrip – 5 Wins: Kevin Harvick – 6 Top-5s: Kevin Harvick – 15 Top-10s: Mark Martin – 20 Laps Completed: Kenny Wallace – 7,973 Laps Led: Mark Martin – 1,205 DNFs: Morgan Shepherd – 13 Active Leaders: Races: Kenny Wallace – 34 Poles: Michael Waltrip – 5 Wins: Kevin Harvick – 6 Top-5s: Kevin Harvick – 15 Top-10s: Mark Martin – 20 Laps Completed: Kenny Wallace – 7,973 Laps Led: Mark Martin – 1,205 DNFs: Morgan Shepherd – 13 Oldest Vs. Youngest: Youngest Pole Winner: Kyle Busch 05/14/2004 – 19 years, 0 months, 12 days Oldest Pole Winner: Harry Gant 09/10/1988 – 48 years, 8 months, 0 days Youngest Winner: Kyle Busch 05/14/2004 – 19 years, 0 months, 12 days Oldest Winner: Harry Gant 03/07/1992 – 52 years, 1 months, 26 days Top 5 All-Time Track Winners: Kevin Harvick – 6 Mark Martin – 5 Harry Gant – 4 Kyle Busch – 4 3 Drivers – 3 Top 10 All-Time Series Pole Winners: Mark Martin – 30 Kyle Busch – 28 Tommy Ellis – 28 Carl Edwards – 27 Kevin Harvick – 24 Sam Ard – 23 Jeff Green – 23 David Green – 22 Joey Logano – 22 Tommy Houston – 18 Joe Nemechek – 18 Top 10 All-Time Series Winners: Kyle Busch – 55 Mark Martin – 49 Kevin Harvick – 39 Carl Edwards – 38 Jack Ingram – 31 Jeff Burton – 27 Matt Kenseth – 26 Tommy Houston – 24 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – 23 Sam Ard – 22 Tommy Ellis – 22.
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