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Carfax 250

The Alliance Truck Parts 250 is a NASCAR Nationwide Series race that takes place at Michigan International Speedway. First held in 1992, the race was a 200 miles (320 km) event from its inception through 1999, and was extended to 250 miles starting with the 2000 race.

The 2007 CARFAX 250 was the first-ever carbon neutral stock car event. Through partnerships with The Conservation Fund and Carbonfund.org, Carfax offset all carbon emissions generated by the race, including carbon emissions from fans attending the race.[1][2]

Past winners

Year Date Driver Team Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
1992 August 15 Todd Bodine Team 34 Chevrolet 100 200 (321.868) 1:35:41 125.414
1993 August 14 Mark Martin Roush Racing Ford 100 200 (321.868) 1:36:18 124.611
1994 August 20 Bobby Labonte Carl Wegner Chevrolet 100 200 (321.868) 1:24:14 142.461
1995 August 19 Mark Martin Roush Racing Ford 100 200 (321.868) 1:10:46 169.571
1996 August 17 Jeff Purvis Phoenix Racing Chevrolet 100 200 (321.868) 1:14:31 161.038
1997 August 16 Steve Park Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 100 200 (321.868) 1:15:15 159.681
1998 August 15 Jeff Burton Roush Racing Ford 100 200 (321.868) 1:11:28 167.91
1999 August 21 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 100 200 (321.868) 1:15:29 158.975
2000 August 19 Todd Bodine Cicci-Welliver Racing Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 1:32:10 162.749
2001 August 18 Ryan Newman Penske Racing Ford 125 250 (402.336) 1:47:29 139.557
2002 August 17 Michael Waltrip Michael Waltrip Racing Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 1:50:35 135.644
2003 August 16 Kevin Harvick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 110* 220 (354.055) 1:33:43 140.85
2004 August 21 Kyle Busch Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 2:02:47 122.166
2005 August 20 Ryan Newman Penske Racing Dodge 125 250 (402.336) 1:49:30 136.986
2006 August 19 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 128* 256 (411.992) 2:03:21 124.524
2007 August 18 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 1:35:52 156.467
2008 August 16 Carl Edwards Roush Fenway Racing Ford 125 250 (402.336) 1:49:50 136.571
2009 August 15 Brad Keselowski JR Motorsports Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 1:52:43 133.077
2010 August 14 Brad Keselowski Penske Racing Dodge 125 250 (402.336) 1:39:33 150.678
2011 June 18 Carl Edwards Roush Fenway Racing Ford 125 250 (402.336) 1:43:34 144.834
2012 June 16 Joey Logano Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 125 250 (402.336) 1:52:48 132.979
2013 June 15 Regan Smith JR Motorsports Chevrolet 125 250 (402.336) 1:48:50 137.825
  • 2003: Race shortened due to rain.
  • 2006: Race extended due to a Green-white-checker finish.

Multiple winners (drivers)

# Wins Driver Years Won
2 Todd Bodine 1992, 2000
Mark Martin 1993, 1995
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1999, 2006
Ryan Newman 2001, 2005
Carl Edwards 2008, 2011
Brad Keselowski 2009, 2010

Multiple winners (teams)

# Wins Team Years Won
5 Roush Fenway Racing 1993, 1995, 1998, 2008, 2011
3 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 1997, 1999, 2006
Penske Racing 2001, 2005, 2010
2 Cicci-Welliver Racing 1992, 2000
Joe Gibbs Racing 2007, 2012

Manufacturer wins

# Wins Make Years Won
13 United States Chevrolet 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013
6 United States Ford 1993, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2008, 2011
2 United States Dodge 2005, 2010
1 Japan Toyota 2012

References

  • Racing-Reference.info – Michigan International Speedway Race Results

External links

  • Carfax 250 website


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