NASCAR Sprint Cup
bettors, are in for a busy weekend as all three series
will take to the “Monster Mile”, as known as Dover
NASCAR returns to Dover International Speedway this
September for three days of championship-fueled racing.
This racetrack represents the very best and traditional
in the motorsports. Not only is Dover 400
Speedway's "Monster Mile" a challenge all its own, but
one of the all-round toughest tracks in the world will
bring you this year's Nextel Cup and Busch Series.
Dover International Speedway Facts: The Dover 400 is hosted
at the legendary Dover International Speedway, and the
400 mile lap course sense 1971. Dover’s concrete surface
is infamously tough on tires, and drivers have to know
when to push their car, because with no grip and a
relatively small one-mile track, big wrecks can start in
Mid-Atlantic locks in a relationship with Dover
International Speedway through 2015, and will serve as
the title sponsor of September’s NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series race for six years, beginning with the
2009 event. Dover International Speedway also plays host
Autism Speaks 400
earlier in the year.
Location: Dover, Delaware
Distance/Track Type: 1 Mile / Oval 24-degree bank
Top Race Speed: 132.719 - Mark Martin (9/21/1997)
Top Qualifying Speed: 161.522 - Jeremy Mayfield
TV: Fox Sun 1:30 p.m
2018 Gander Outdoors 400 (Dover) Winner: Chase Elliott
2017 Apache Warrior 400 Winner: Kyle Busch
2016 Citizen Soldier 400: Martin Truex Jr.
2015 Dover AAA 400 Winner: Kevin Harvick
2014 Dover AAA 400 Winner: Jeff Gordon
2013 Dover AAA 400 Winner
Jimmie Johnson got his fifth win of the season, his record eighth at the Monster Mile-breaking a tie with Richard Petty and Bobby Allison-and the 65th of his career. The driver of the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet vaulted over fifth-place finisher Kyle Busch into second in the Chase standings, eight points behind Kenseth.
2012 Dover AAA 400 Winner
Brad Keselowski stretched his fuel to win the 2012 AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. This would be Keselowski's 5th victory of the 2012 NASCAR Season, the 9th of his career and the very first at the Monster Mile.
2011 Dover AAA 400 Winner
Kurt Busch took the lead from Jimmie Johnson with 41 laps remaining to win the 2011 AAA 400 at the Dover International. After placing 22nd at Loudon, NH two weeks ago, the driver of the No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge Charger clawed his way back into Victory Lane and most importantly, back into championship contention.
2010 Dover AAA 400 Winner
Jimmie Johnson won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 2010 AAA 400 (40th Running) with a lap of 23.116 seconds, 155.736 mph.
This is his 25th pole in 319 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
This is his second pole and 21st top-10 start in 2010.
This is his third pole in 18 races at Dover International Speedway. Johnson won the race by 2.637 seconds over Jeff Burton, who advanced from a 27th place starting position to finish runner-up. Johnson is now second to only Richard Petty and Bobby Allison
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