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2009 Pepsi 500

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2009 Pepsi 500

2009 Sprint Cup Series
Chase for the Sprint Cup
Non-points races in italics

2009 Pepsi 500 was the thirtieth race of the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup season and also served as the fourth race in the 2009 Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Results

Finish Start Car Driver Make Sponsor Pts/bns Laps Status Winnings
1 3 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe's / Jimmie Johnson Foundation 195/10 250 Running 302,801
2 10 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Pepsi / DuPont 175/5 250 Running 211,426
3 4 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet Target 170/5 250 Running 195,773
4 9 5 Mark Martin Chevrolet Kellogg's / Carquest 165/5 250 Running 136,625
5 20 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet Office Depot / Old Spice 160/5 250 Running 143,248
6 11 99 Carl Edwards Ford Aflac 150/0 250 Running 158,356
7 31 6 David Ragan Ford UPS 146/0 250 Running 117,500
8 24 2 Kurt Busch Dodge Miller Lite 147/5 250 Running 121,925
9 8 33 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Prilosec OTC / Wal-Mart 138/0 250 Running 113,950
10 7 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Shell / Pennzoil 134/0 250 Running 142,828
11 16 07 Casey Mears Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 130/0 250 Running 121,525
12 22 77 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge Mobil 1 127/0 250 Running 120,810


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