Gatorade Duel


Gatorade Duel
Gatorade Duel
Duel logo 100.jpg
Venue Daytona International Speedway
Sponsor Pepsico
First race 1959
Distance 150 miles (241.401 km)
Laps 60
Previous names 100 Mile Qualifying Races (1959–1967)
125 Mile Qualifying Races (1969–1980)
UNO Twin 125 Qualifiers (1981–1984)
7-Eleven Twins (1985–1987)

Twin 125 Qualifiers (1988–1989)
Gatorade Twin 125 Qualifiers (1991–1993)
Gatorade Twin 125s (1994–1996)
Gatorade 125s (1997–2004)
Gatorade Duels (2005–present)

The Gatorade Duel is NASCAR Sprint Cup Series preliminary event to the Daytona 500 held annually in February at Daytona International Speedway. It consists of two 150-mile (240 km) races, and serves as a qualifying race for the Daytona 500. The finishing order in the two 150-mile (240 km) races, held on Thursday, determine the starting lineup for the Daytona 500 held on Sunday.

Qualifying for the Daytona 500 is unique in NASCAR. Only the two front row starters (the pole position and "outside pole") are determined by the ordinary qualifying process of timed laps. After the top two positions are locked in, the rest of the starting grid is set by the finishing order of these two races. Drivers participate in one of the two races. Half the field entered for the Daytona 500 races in the first race, and the other half the second. The finishing order of the first race fills the odd positions of the starting grid (inside of each row), and the finishing order for the second race fills the even positions of the starting grid (outside of each row).

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History

The original Gatorade Duel logo

The event began as twin 100-mile (40-lap) races. From 1959–1971, the races were counted with points towards the Grand National championship. Purses awarded were counted separately from those awarded in the Daytona 500. For 1968, the races were scheduled for 125 miles (201 km) each, but were cancelled due to rain, and the starting lineup for the 1968 Daytona 500 fell back on the timed laps. In 1969, the races were extended to 125 miles (50 laps), which would require a fuel stop, and change the pit stop strategy.

For 1972, NASCAR's modern era commenced, and the races were dropped from the Grand National schedule as points-paying championship events. As part of Winston's changes to the series, races were required to be at least 250 miles (400 km) to be included as official points events. The races continued, however, held as a non-points event. CBS began covering the race by the early 1980s, airing them tape-delayed and edited the day before the Daytona 500.

With the introduction of restrictor plates in 1988, the resulting reduction in speed and fuel consumption again allowed drivers to possibly complete the race without a pit stop. Nine times from 1988–2004, one of the races went without a caution, and without a pit stop by the winner. In 2003, rules had been put in place requiring smaller fuel tanks on restrictor plate track (from 22-gallons down to 13), which effectively forced a pit stop.

Starting in 2001, the races were shown live on television, as the Daytona 500 would rotate between FOX/FX and NBC/TNT from 2001–2006.

In 2005, the races were lengthened to 150 miles (60-laps), given a new name, the Gatorade Duel, and a revised format. In deference to NASCAR's new Top 35 exemption, the grids changed from even-odd qualifiers to a combination of top 35 even-odd from the previous year's owner points and then the rest of the drivers' by speed.[1]. A rain delay in 2006 saw the second race finish under the lights.

Starting in 2007, the Gatorade Duel is shown live on SPEED, under the new broadcast agreement. That same year, allegations of cheating came up.

Format

  • Coors Light Pole qualifying is currently held one week prior to the Daytona 500. Since 2003, it has been held the Sunday before. (In 2010, qualifying was held on Saturday to avoid a conflict with Super Bowl XLIV) Prior to that it was held the Saturday before (except 1992), and prior to the 1980s, the Wednesday before. Each car, one at a time, makes a two-lap qualifying attempt, with the best single lap of the two counting as his qualifying speed. The fastest qualifier wins the pole position for the Daytona 500, and second fastest is considered the "outside pole." Both front row starters are locked in to those positions on the Daytona 500 starting grid.
  • The two fastest qualifiers above (the Daytona 500 pole winner and the "outside" pole winner) are awarded the pole positions for the two Duel races respectively.

2005–present

  • All exempt teams (the previous season's top 35 teams through owner points), along with the two drivers who qualified for the front row – the top two drivers from qualifying, if they are not exempt teams, are locked into the Daytona 500 starting field, regardless of finishing position in the Duel races.
  • The pole position winner is given the pole for the first Duel, and the driver who qualifies second is given the pole for the second Duel; regardless of their exempt status.
  • Exempt teams (excluding the pole and "outside pole" winners) are split among the two Duels based on their owner points position from the previous season. Odd numbered points positions are entered into the first Duel, even-numbered points positions are entered into the second Duel.
  • Non-exempt entries are split between the two qualifying races. The top qualifier among non-exempt teams provided the team is not on the front row is slotted into the second race (along with even ranked non-exempt qualifiers) are split into the second race, and even ranked qualifiers are in the first race (as if they were called 36th and 37th, et al.), unless both front row starters were odd or even teams from the previous year, or if one of the two non-exempt teams makes the front row.
  • After the participants are determined for the two Duels, the actual lineups for the two Duels revert back to overall time trial speed rank.
  • The top two finishers among the non-exempt teams (excluding any that happened to qualify on the front row) from each Duel advance to the Daytona 500.
  • Starting positions 3 through 39 are finalized by Duel finishes. Drivers from the first Duel start on the inside and drivers from the second Duel on the outside.
    • Starting positions 3 through 40 (or 41) are finalized in this manner if one (or both) front row starter is a non-exempt team.
  • One to four additional positions are filled by non-exempt entries by original time trial speeds.
    • If both front row starters are non-exempt teams, only one position is available. If the 43rd position is not needed, two positions are available.
    • If one front row starters is a non-exempt team, two (or three) positions are available.
    • If both front row starters are exempt teams, three (or four) positions are available. This brings the field to 42 cars.
  • If there is a former Sprint Cup Series champion driver who raced in the previous season racing for a non-exempt team and has yet to qualify, the most recent former champion not in the field yet takes the 43rd position. It is not unusual for a non-exempt team to seek out a former champion as their driver, as it provides an easier way to qualify. Otherwise, an extra position by time is available.

Prior to 2005

  • The top 14 finishers of each Twin 125 race (excluding the two front row qualifiers) advance to the Daytona 500 starting lineup. The top 14 from the first race (excluding the pole position winner) fill the insides of rows 2 through 15. The top 14 from the second race (excluding the outside pole winner) fill the outsides of rows 2–15.
  • Starting positions 31–40 (until 1995) were filled by the fastest remaining cars going back to the original pole qualifying session. This rule was to protect fast qualifying cars that suffered an unfortunate accident or engine failure during the Twin 125 races. In 1995, it was changed to starting positions 31–38, and in 1998, 31–36. The rule reverted back in 2004 to 31–38.
  • The final starting positions were reserved for provisionals, where the highest teams in owner (not driver) points from the previous year not making the race by speed making the field – (two cars; four from 1995–1997, with a guarantee of four; seven guaranteed from 1998 until 2003; five guaranteed in 2004). From 1990 until 1997, the 43rd slot was reserved for the most recent Cup champion not in the field; since 1998, the position is guaranteed; if there is no Cup champion needing that 43rd slot, the next driver in points earns the position.

Early years

  • In the early years of the Daytona 500, the rules for the qualifying races varied widely. In 1959, the first race comprised the Convertible series, while the second comprised the Grand National series. The top 20 finishers in each race advanced to the Daytona 500, while a last-chance, 25-mile (40 km) consolation race was held on Saturday, to fill the field to a maximum of 65 cars.
  • In early years, the qualifying races were held on the Friday prior to the Daytona 500, rather than the current Thursday.
  • On rare occasions, a 75-mile "consolation race" was also held.
  • In some early years, pole qualifying for the Daytona 500 was held on Wednesday, the day before the qualifying races. It was eventually moved up to the weekend before.

Notes

  • In 2010, Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne had a combined victory margin of .019 over second place drivers Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart
  • Dale Earnhardt set a record by winning one of the Twin 125 races ten consecutive years, and twelve times overall.
  • Jeff Gordon won a Twin 125 in 1993, his rookie season. It marked his first win in a NASCAR Winston Cup event, however, it did not count as an official points-paying victory.
  • In 2007 Jeff Gordon won the race, but failed the post race inspection. He then "earned" the lowest starting spot for a race winner, starting in 42nd place. He was still given the victory.
  • Since the race became a non-championship heat race in 1971, two drivers who did not win a Cup race, Clifton "Coo Coo" Marlin and Mike Skinner, have won the race.
  • Four drivers have lost their lives in qualifying races. Talmadge "Tab" Prince was killed in 1970, Friday Hassler in 1972, Ricky Knotts in 1980 and Bruce Jacobi in 1987.
  • Denny Hamlin won the second Gatorade Duel on February 14, 2008, making him the first ever Toyota driver to win a Sprint Cup race.
  • A driver each from Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing have won the Duel races from 2007–2009.
  • Randy LaJoie suffered a horrific crash in the 1984 UNO Twin 125 event when he spun out of turn 4, got airborne and slammed hard into the wall, then performed two backflips and a barrel roll, in an identical position as Ricky Rudd's Busch Clash accident days earlier. The grass apron was promptly graded and paved over for the Firecracker 400 that July.
  • Oddly, despite Richard Petty's wins at Daytona in championship competition, none of his official 200 wins included a qualifying race (1959–71).
  • 2000 was Bill Elliott's only win as an owener/driver.

Past winners

Year Date Driver Team Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
1959 February 20 Bob Welborn Chevrolet 40 100 (160.934) 0:41:54 143.198
Shorty Rollins Ford 40 100 (160.934) 0:46:26 129.218
February 21 Jack Smith Jack Smith Chevrolet 10 25 (40.233) 0:10:37 141.28
1960 February 13 Fireball Roberts John Hines Pontiac 40 100 (160.934) 0:45:32 137.614
Jack Smith Jack Smith Pontiac 40 100 (160.934) 0:40:57 146.52
Curtis Turner Holman-Moody Ford 10 25 (40.233) 0:18:22 144.694
1961 February 24 Fireball Roberts(2) Smokey Yunick Pontiac 39* 97.5 (156.911) 0:45:06 129.711
Joe Weatherly Bud Moore Engineering Pontiac 40 100 (160.934) 0:39:16 152.671
Junior Johnson Pontiac 10 25 (40.233) 0:10:04 149.006
1962 February 16 Fireball Roberts(3) Jim Stephens Pontiac 40 100 (160.934) 0:38:13 156.999
Joe Weatherly Bud Moore Engineering Pontiac 40 100 (160.934) 0:41:16 145.395
Bobby Johns Pontiac 10 25 (40.233) 0:09:53 151.556
1963 February 22 Junior Johnson Ray Fox Chevrolet 40 100 (160.934) 0:36:34 164.083
Johnny Rutherford Smokey Yunick Chevrolet 40 100 (160.934) 0:36:49 162.969
1964 February 21 Junior Johnson Ray Fox Dodge 40 100 (160.934) 0:35:08 170.777
Bobby Isaac Ray Nichels Dodge 40 100 (160.934) 0:35:20 169.811
1965 February 12 Darel Dieringer Bud Moore Engineering Mercury 40 100 (160.934) 0:36:13 165.669
Junior Johnson Junior Johnson Ford 40 100 (160.934) 0:54:01 111.076
1966 February 23 Paul Goldsmith Ray Nichels Plymouth 40 100 (160.934) 0:37:24 160.427
Earl Balmer Ray Fox Dodge 40 100 (160.934) 0:39:01 153.191
1967 February 24 LeeRoy Yarbrough Jon Thorne Dodge 40 100 (160.934) 0:36:36 163.934
Fred Lorenzen Holman-Moody Ford 40 100 (160.934) 0:34:22 174.587
1968 February 22 Races cancelled due to rain
1969 February 20 David Pearson Holman-Moody Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:16 152.181
Bobby Isaac Nord Krauskopf Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:27 151.688
1970 February 19 Cale Yarborough Wood Brothers Racing Mercury 50 125 (201.168) 0:40:48 183.295
Charlie Glotzbach Ray Nichels Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:50:46 147.734
1971 February 11 Pete Hamilton Cotton Owens Plymouth 50 125 (201.168) 0:42:51 175.029
David Pearson Holman-Moody Mercury 50 125 (201.168) 0:44:27 168.728
1972 February 17 Bobby Isaac Nord Krauskopf Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:59:00 127.118
Bobby Allison Richard Howard Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:45 178.217
1973 February 15 Buddy Baker Nord Krauskopf Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:43:12 173.611
Coo Coo Marlin H.B. Cunningham Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:43 157.177
1974 February 14 Bobby Isaac Banjo Matthews Chevrolet 45* 112.5 (181.051) 0:54:27 123.212
Cale Yarborough Richard Howard Chevrolet 45* 112.5 (181.051) 0:52:03 129.724
1975 February 13 Bobby Allison Penske Racing Matador 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:52 156.685
David Pearson Wood Brothers Racing Mercury 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:47 156.958
1976 February 12 Dave Marcis Nord Krauskopf Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 1:02:47 119.458
Darrell Waltrip DiGard MotorsportsChevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:00 156.25
1977 February 17 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:42 179.856
Cale Yarborough Junior Johnson Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:43:45 171.429
1978 February 16 A. J. Foyt A. J. Foyt Enterprises Buick 50 125 (201.168) 1:00:58 123.018
Darrell Waltrip DiGard Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:44:12 169.683
1979 February 15 Buddy Baker Harry Ranier Oldsmobile 50 125 (201.168) 0:44:45 167.598
Darrell Waltrip DiGard Motorsports Oldsmobile 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:01 153.009
1980 February 14 Neil Bonnett Wood Brothers Racing Mercury 50 125 (201.168) 0:54:15 138.25
Donnie Allison Hoss Ellington Oldsmobile 50 125 (201.168) 0:45:20 165.441
1981 February 12 Bobby Allison Harry Ranier Pontiac 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:36 150.125
Darrell Waltrip Junior Johnson Buick 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:03 152.905
February 13 Lake Speed Speed Racing Oldsmobile 30 75 (120.7) 0:31:12 144.231
1982 February 11 Cale Yarborough M.C. Anderson Buick 50 125 (201.168) 0:55:26 135.298
Buddy Baker Hoss Ellington Buick 50 125 (201.168) 0:51:54 144.509
February 12 Tim Richmond Billie Harvey Ford 30 75 (120.7) 0:31:17 143.847
1983 February 18 Dale Earnhardt(1) Bud Moore Engineering Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:28 157.746
Neil Bonnett RahMoc Enterprises Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 1:01:23 122.183
Blackie Wangerin Wangerin Racing Ford 30 75 (120.7) 0:31:57 140.845
1984 February 12 Cale Yarborough Harry Rainer Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:57:56 129.459
Bobby Allison DiGard Motorsports Buick 50 125 (201.168) 0:53:44 139.578
February 17 Connie Saylor Lain Racing Pontiac 30 75 (120.7) 0:35:22 127.238
1985 February 14 Bill Elliott Melling Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:43 179.784
Cale Yarborough Harry Rainer Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:16 155.387
February 15 Randy LaJoie Snellman Brothers Chevrolet 30 75 (120.7) 0:23:46 189.341
1986 February 13 Bill Elliott Melling Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:49 153.636
Dale Earnhardt(2) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:56 153.27
1987 February 12 Ken Schrader Junie Donlavey Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:57:31 130.397
Benny Parsons Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:02 182.778
1988 February 11 Bobby Allison Stavola Brothers Racing Buick 50 125 (201.168) 0:57:16 130.966
Darrell Waltrip Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:56:01 133.889
1989 February 16 Ken Schrader(2) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:50:57 147.203
Terry Labonte Junior Johnson Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:39:34 189.554
1990 February 15 Geoff Bodine Junior Johnson Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:40:05 187.11
Dale Earnhardt(3) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:42 157.123
1991 February 13 Davey Allison Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:45:21 165.38
Dale Earnhardt(4) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:50 156.794
1992 February 13 Dale Earnhardt(5) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 1:04:25 116.43
Bill Elliott(2) Junior Johnson Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:44:10 169.811
1993 February 11 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:56 153.27
Dale Earnhardt(6) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:41 157.288
1994 February 17 Ernie Irvan
Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:47:59 156.304
Dale Earnhardt(7) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:51:06 146.771
1995 February 13 Sterling Marlin Morgan-McClure Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:49:59 150.05
Dale Earnhardt(8) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:56:52 131.887
1996 February 15 Dale Earnhardt(9) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:52:26 143.039
Ernie Irvan(2) Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:40:19 186.027
1997 February 13 Dale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 166.113
Dale Earnhardt(10) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 162.749
1998 February 12 Sterling Marlin(2) SABCO Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 139.925
Dale Earnhardt(11) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 147.203
1999 February 12 Bobby Labonte Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac 50 125 (201.168) 0:45:52 163.57
Dale Earnhardt(12) Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:16 155.28
2000 February 17 Bill Elliott(3) Bill Elliott Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:39:44 188.758
Ricky Rudd Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:39:53 188.048
2001 February 15 Sterling Marlin(3) Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 50 125 (201.168) 0:50:51 147.493
Mike Skinner Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:46:12 162.338
2002 February 14 Jeff Gordon(2) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:40:50 183.674
Michael Waltrip Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:56:50 131.965
2003 February 13 Robby Gordon Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:24 181.14
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:28 180.845
2004 February 12 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.(2) Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 50 125 (201.168) 0:48:03 156.087
Elliott Sadler Robert Yates Racing Ford 50 125 (201.168) 0:41:08 182.334
2005 February 17 Michael Waltrip(2) Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 1:04:05 140.422
Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 1:00:02 145.161
2006 February 16 Elliott Sadler(2) Robert Yates Racing Ford 64* 160 (257.495) 1:08:16 140.625
Jeff Gordon(3) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 64* 160 (257.495) 1:05:32 146.49
2007 February 15 Tony Stewart(2) Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 63* 157.5 (253.471) 1:23:16 113.491
Jeff Gordon(4) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 0:58:05 154.95
2008 February 14 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.(3) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 0:59:00 160.81
Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 64* 160 (257.495) 1:14:45 128.428
2009 February 12 Jeff Gordon(5) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 1:04:32 139.436
Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 60 150 (241.401) 0:57:14 157.251
2010 February 11 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 1:01:27 146.461
Kasey Kahne Richard Petty Motorsports Ford 60 150 (241.401) 0:51:32 174.644
2011 February 17 Kurt Busch Penske Racing Dodge 62* 155 (249.448) 0:58:12 159.794
Jeff Burton Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 60 150 (241.401) 1:05:54 136.571
  • 1961: First race was shortened due to crash.
  • 1974: Both races were shortened due to energy crisis (10% shorter).
  • 2006: Both races were extended due to a Green-white-checker finish.
  • 2007: First race was extended due to a Green-white-checker finish.
  • 2008: Second race was extended due to a Green-white-checker finish.
  • 2011: First race was extended due to a Green-white-checker finish.

Manufacturer wins

RACE 1

Manufacturer Wins
Chevrolet 18
Ford 11
Dodge 7
Pontiac 5
Mercury 3
Buick 3
Plymouth 2
AMC 1
Oldsmobile 1

RACE 2

Manufacturer Wins
Chevrolet 26
Ford 9
Dodge 4
Pontiac 3
Buick 3
Mercury 2
Oldsmobile 2
Toyota 2

OVERALL

Manufacturer Wins
Chevrolet 44
Ford 20
Dodge 11
Pontiac 8
Buick 6
Mercury 5
Plymouth 2
Oldsmobile 2
Toyota 2
AMC 1

Television broadcasters

CBS began covering the Gatorade Duel by the early 1980s, airing them tape-delayed and edited the day before the Daytona 500. Starting in 2001, the races were shown live on television, as the Daytona 500 would rotate between Fox/FX and NBC/TNT from 2001–2006. Starting in 2007, the Gatorade Duel was shown live on SPEED, under the new broadcast agreement.

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s)
2011 SPEED Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2010 SPEED Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2009 SPEED Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2008 SPEED Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2007 SPEED Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2006 TNT Bill Weber Benny Parsons and Wally Dallenbach
2005 FX Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2004 TNT Allen Bestwick Benny Parsons and Wally Dallenbach
2003 FX Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2002 TNT Allen Bestwick Benny Parsons and Wally Dallenbach
2001 FSN Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds
2000 CBS Mike Joy Ned Jarrett and Buddy Baker
1999 CBS Mike Joy Ned Jarrett and Buddy Baker
1998 CBS Mike Joy Ned Jarrett and Buddy Baker
1997 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Buddy Baker
1996 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Buddy Baker
1995 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Richard Petty
1994 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Chris Economaki
1993 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Neil Bonnett
1992 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Neil Bonnett
1991 CBS Ken Squier David Hobbs and Ned Jarrett
1990 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Chris Economaki
1989 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Chris Economaki
1988 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and Chris Economaki
1987 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett and David Hobbs
1986
1985
1984 USA Ken Squier David Hobbs
1983 USA Ken Squier David Hobbs
1982 USA
1981 CBS
1980 CBS Ken Squier David Hobbs
1979 CBS Ken Squier David Hobbs
1978 ABC Jim McKay Jackie Stewart
1977
1976
1975 ABC
1974 ABC Keith Jackson Jackie Stewart and Chris Economaki
1973 ABC Jim McKay Jackie Stewart and Chris Economaki
1972 ABC Keith Jackson Chris Economaki
1971 ABC Keith Jackson Chris Economaki
1970
1969
1968
1967 ABC
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960 CBS Bud Palmer

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