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Nascar Winston Cup Leaders

1. Matt Kenseth 1,945

2. Dale Earnhart Jr. 1,774

3. Jeff Gordon 1,758

4. Bobby Labonte 1,716

5. Kurt Busch 1,698

6. Michael Waltrip 1,631

7. Jimmie Johnson 1,606

8. Rusty Wallace 1,556

9. Kevin Harvick 1,539

10. Robby Gordon 1,473

11. Sterling Marlin 1,463

12. Ricky Craven 1,445

13. Joe Nemechek 1,432

14. Jeff Burton 1,432

15. Mark Martin 1,427

16. Tony Stewart 1,395

17. Terry Labonte 1,377

18. Ryan Newman 1,376

19. Dave Blaney 1,333

20. Elliot Sadler 1,325

 

 

 

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