This famous trophy will become
one of the tallest fiberglass statues in the world and will
stand 46 feel tall. He will be among the race fans in
Victory Plaza at the Speedway. The base, 60 feet around,
will serve as a tribute to all the Dover race winners and
well-known drivers who make their mark at the Monster Mile.
Special driver tributes will be done around the base and
will include a chronological listing of winners by race and
series. Richard Petty and Bobby Allison, who both have 7
career wins at Dover, will be the first honored.
Dover Race Past Winners and Results
2016 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Kevin Michael Harvick is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently drives the No. 4 Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series full-time.
2015 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Jimmie Kenneth Johnson is an American stock car racing driver and a six-time champion in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He currently drives the No. 48 Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
2014 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Jimmie Johnson wins the 2014 FedEx 400 Autism Speaks and scored his second victory in a row and ninth overall at the 1-mile concrete track
2013 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Tony Stewart takes advantage of penalty to Jimmie Johnson in Dover to win 2013 Autism Speaks 400. Stewart passed Juan Pablo Montoya on Lap 398 of 400.
2012 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Jimmie Johnson won this year the Autism Speaks 400 with a race time 3:15:23. Johnson won his second race of the season. He celebrated in Victory Lane wearing a multicolored circus wig as part of a sponsorship promotion for a movie.
Johnson, who won his 57th career Cup race, pulled away for good off a late restart and had fun goofing around in Victory Lane. Johnson, Knaus and other crew members wore the wacky wig seen in the movie, “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.”
2011 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Matt Kenseth won 2011 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway because he suggested to crew chief Jimmy Fennig taking two tires instead of four on his final pit stop with 37 laps remaining. Mark Martin finished second by staying out of the pits altogether as others who had dominated the race to that point, namely Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Clint Bowyer, elected not only to pit but also to take the valuable extra time to put on the full complement of four fresh tires.
2010 Autism Speaks 400 Winner: Jimmie Johnson
Kyle Busch captured his second NSCS victory of the 2010 season, as he held off Jeff Burton to win the 2010 Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Speedway. This was Busch’s 18th series career win, his second series win at Dover International Speedway, and he now is 69 points behind series leader, Kevin Harvick.
Following Busch and Burton to the drop of the checkered flag were Matt Kenseth finishing third, Denny Hamlin fourth, David Reutimann fifth, Greg Biffle sixth, Kevin Harvick seventh, Carl Edwards eighth, Tony Stewart ninth and Joey Logano rounds out the top-ten finishers.
2009 Autism Speaks 400 Winner: Jimmie Johnson
Johnson and Tony Stewart were side-by-side for the win inside the final ten laps with Johnson finally pulling out the win at the bitter end. This was a thrilling finish as Dover International Speedway delivered once again for the fans.
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