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2009 Sylvania 300

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

The 2009 Sylvania 300 was the twenty-seventh race of the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup season and the first race of the 2009 Chase for the Sprint Cup. The 300-lap, 317.4 miles (510.8 km) race was held on September 20 at the 1.058 mile (1.703 km) length New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. ABC provided televised coverage of the race starting at 1 PM US EDT with radio coverage provided by Performance Racing Network (over-the-air/teressrial) and Sirius XM Radio (satellite) starting their coverage at 12:30 PM. Mark Martin Won The First Chase Race Under Caution.

Results:

  1. Mark Martin (1)
  2. Denny Hamlin (2)
  3. Juan Pablo Montoya (3)
  4. Jimmie Johnson (4)
  5. Kurt Busch (6)
  6. Ryan Newman (7)
  7. Greg Biffle (9)
  8. Brian Vickers (11)
  9. Tony Stewart (14)
  10. Jeff Gordon (15)
  11. Carl Edwards (17)
  12. Kasey Kahne (38)

Point Standings:

  1. Mark Martin 5,230 ₧
  2. Jimmie Johnson -35
  3. Denny Hamlin -35 (Third by tiebreaker)
  4. Juan Pablo Montoya. -55
  5. Kurt Busch -65
  6. Tony Stewart -76
  7. Ryan Newman -79
  8. Brian Vickers -90
  9. Greg Biffle -92
  10. Jeff Gordon -102
  11. Carl Edwards -113
  12. Kasey Kahne -161
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