NASCAR Sprint Cup: Toyota/Save Mart 350 schedule, TV times

June 19, 2014 

  • Points Standings

    Sprint Cup

     1. Jeff Gordon537

     2. Jimmie Johnson522

     3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.514

     4. Matt Kenseth513

     5. Brad Keselowski490

     6. Carl Edwards462

     7. Joey Logano454

     8. Kyle Larson454

     9. Kevin Harvick447

    10. Kyle Busch446

    11. Ryan Newman440

    12. Denny Hamlin435

    13. Paul Menard420

    14. Clint Bowyer417

    15. Greg Biffle409

    16. Tony Stewart402

    17. Austin Dillon400

    18. Brian Vickers394

    19. Kasey Kahne391

    20. Jamie McMurray384

    21. AJ Allmendinger382

    22. Aric Almirola379

    23. Marcos Ambrose370

    24. Casey Mears342

    25. Martin Truex Jr.331

    26. Kurt Busch315

    27. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.307

    28. Danica Patrick273

    29. Justin Allgaier269

    30. Michael Annett235

    31. Cole Whitt211

    32. David Gilliland209

    33. David Ragan190

    Nationwide

     1. Regan Smith485

     2. Elliott Sadler471

     3. Chase Elliott465

     4. Ty Dillon450

     5. Trevor Bayne435

     6. Brian Scott430

     7. Brendan Gaughan363

     8. Chris Buescher362

     9. James Buescher361

    10. Ryan Reed333

    Truck

     1. Johnny Sauter261

     2. Matt Crafton251

     3. Ron Hornaday Jr.248

     4. Timothy Peters246

     5. Ryan Blaney244

     6. German Quiroga243

     7. John Wes Townley234

     8. Ben Kennedy229

     9. Darrell Wallace Jr.218

    10. Jeb Burton211

This week’s race

Toyota/Save Mart 350

What: 110 laps (218.9 miles)

Where: Sonoma Raceway, a 1.99-mile, 10-turn road course in Sonoma, Calif.

When: 3 p.m. ET Sunday

TV: TNT

Radio: Performance Racing Network

Last year’s winner: Martin Truex Jr.

Also this week: Gardner Denver 200, Nationwide Series, Road America, 2:30 p.m. Saturday, ABC.

Worth mentioning: Jeff Gordon continues to lead the Sprint Cup Series points standings and holds a 15-point advantage over Jimmie Johnson. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is third, as Hendrick Motorsports drivers claim the top three positions. Matt Kenseth is fourth and Brad Keselowski is fifth.

Who’s Hot/

Who’s Not

HOT

Jimmie Johnson: Even with nearly 70 wins and six championships he still finds new “firsts” to accomplish.

Hendrick Motorsports: Organization has won five races in a row, and there is no reason they could win five more.

Brad Keselowski: He has finished second, second and third in the last three races ... but wants the wins.

Paul Menard: Earned his first Nationwide win since 2006.

Sam Hornish Jr.: He has run three Nationwide races and has finished fifth, first and second.

Darrell Wallace Jr.: First driver not named Kyle Busch or Matt Crafton to win a Truck race this season.

NOT

Brian Vickers: Finished 42nd or worse in two of his past three races.

Kyle Busch: Has had a series of strange incidents this season. This week it was a broken wheel hub.

Matt Crafton: Former Trucks points leader has wrecked in two of last three races.

John Hunter Nemechek: Impressive performance in St. Louis Truck race for the 17-year-old.

Jim Utter

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