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2006 Aaron's 499

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The 2006 Aaron's 499, the ninth race of the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series season, was scheduled to be held at Talladega Superspeedway on April 30, 2006. However, due to rain starting one lap prior to the green flag, the event was postponed until the following day. Television coverage was moved from FOX to FX except for several FOX stations which elected to carry the race. Elliott Sadler won the pole. The Aaron's 499 was one of five impound races this year in the NEXTEL Cup Series.

Race results

Fin St Driver Car # Make Points Bonus Laps Winnings
1 16 Jimmie Johnson 48 Chevrolet 185 5 188 $326,061
2 2 Tony Stewart 20 Chevrolet 175 5 188 $260,136
3 33 Brian Vickers 25 Chevrolet 170 5 188 $172,300
4 40 Jeff Burton 31 Chevrolet 160 188 $176,745
5 8 Jamie McMurray 26 Ford 160 5 188 $168,600
6 12 Matt Kenseth 17 Ford 155 5 188 $159,841
7 5 Kurt Busch 2 Dodge 151 5 188 $143,233
8 3 Carl Edwards 99 Ford 147 5 188 $118,975
9 32 Scott Riggs 10 Dodge 138 188 $97,975
10 19 Robby Gordon 7 Chevrolet 139 5 188 $103,350
11 11 J.J. Yeley * 18 Chevrolet 135 5 188 $131,075
12 4 Dale Jarrett 88 Ford 132 5 188 $125,875
13 36 Jeremy Mayfield 19 Dodge 129 5 188 $124,816
14 39 Jeff Green 66 Chevrolet 126 5 188 $117,808
15 14 Jeff Gordon 24 Chevrolet 128 10 188 $151,311
16 1 Elliott Sadler 38 Ford 120 5 188 $138,983
17 29 Tony Raines 96 Chevrolet 112 188 $84,675
18 28 Kyle Petty 45 Dodge 109 188 $111,883
19 26 Travis Kvapil 32 Chevrolet 106 188 $101,083
20 25 Casey Mears 42 Dodge 108 5 188 $123,083
21 43 Scott Wimmer 4 Chevrolet 105 5 188 $85,350
22 30 Denny Hamlin * 11 Chevrolet 102 5 187 $84,625
23 42 Kevin Harvick 29 Chevrolet 94 187 $121,811
24 38 Dave Blaney 22 Dodge 96 5 183 $94,858
25 21 Michael Waltrip 55 Dodge 93 5 179 $92,447
26 41 Reed Sorenson * 41 Dodge 85 177 $89,825
27 6 Joe Nemechek 1 Chevrolet 87 5 173 $107,620
28 23 Kevin Lepage 61 Ford 84 5 173 $80,225
29 31 Bobby Labonte 43 Dodge 76 163 $114,461
30 34 Chad Chaffin 34 Chevrolet 73 152 $77,825
31 27 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 8 Chevrolet 75 5 151 $112,166
32 13 Kyle Busch 5 Chevrolet 67 150 $95,025
33 18 Ryan Newman 12 Dodge 64 106 $122,308
34 17 David Stremme * 40 Dodge 61 106 $85,725
35 10 Mark Martin 6 Ford 58 101 $94,650
36 20 Martin Truex Jr. * 1 Chevrolet 55 97 $84,500
37 9 Sterling Marlin 14 Chevrolet 52 91 $76,325
38 7 Greg Biffle 16 Ford 49 45 $96,175
39 37 Kasey Kahne 9 Dodge 46 17 $112,989
40 15 Clint Bowyer * 7 Chevrolet 43 16 $83,525
41 22 Kirk Shelmerdine 27 Chevrolet 40 9 $75,325
42 35 Ken Schrader 21 Ford 37 8 $102,364
43 24 Hermie Sadler 0 Ford PE 8 $75,308

Failed to qualify: Morgan Shepherd (#89), Stanton Barrett (#95), Mike Wallace (#09), Chad Blount (#92), Brent Sherman (#49), Kenny Wallace (#78)

References

  • Official results
  • Weather information at The Old Farmers' Almanac
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