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NAPA 500
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Sunday, November 12, 1995
Race 31 of the 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup SeriesClick on a heading to sort by that column 1995 Standings
1995 Schedule
 DateTrackWinnerPole
1Feb 19, 1995DaytonaSterling MarlinDale Jarrett
2Feb 26, 1995RockinghamJeff GordonJeff Gordon
3Mar 5, 1995RichmondTerry LabonteJeff Gordon
4Mar 12, 1995AtlantaJeff GordonDale Earnhardt
5Mar 26, 1995DarlingtonSterling MarlinJeff Gordon
6Apr 2, 1995BristolJeff GordonMark Martin
7Apr 9, 1995North WilkesboroDale EarnhardtJeff Gordon
8Apr 23, 1995MartinsvilleRusty WallaceBobby Labonte
9Apr 30, 1995TalladegaMark MartinTerry Labonte
10May 7, 1995SonomaDale EarnhardtRicky Rudd
11May 28, 1995CharlotteBobby LabonteJeff Gordon
12Jun 4, 1995DoverKyle PettyJeff Gordon
13Jun 11, 1995PoconoTerry LabonteKen Schrader
14Jun 18, 1995MichiganBobby LabonteJeff Gordon
15Jul 1, 1995DaytonaJeff GordonDale Earnhardt
16Jul 9, 1995New HampshireJeff GordonMark Martin
17Jul 16, 1995PoconoDale JarrettBill Elliott
18Jul 23, 1995TalladegaSterling MarlinSterling Marlin
19Aug 5, 1995IndianapolisDale EarnhardtJeff Gordon
20Aug 13, 1995Watkins GlenMark MartinMark Martin
21Aug 20, 1995MichiganBobby LabonteBobby Labonte
22Aug 26, 1995BristolTerry LabonteMark Martin
23Sep 3, 1995DarlingtonJeff GordonJohn Andretti
24Sep 9, 1995RichmondRusty WallaceDale Earnhardt
25Sep 17, 1995DoverJeff GordonRick Mast
26Sep 24, 1995MartinsvilleDale Earnhardt
27Oct 1, 1995North WilkesboroMark MartinTed Musgrave
28Oct 8, 1995CharlotteMark MartinRicky Rudd
29Oct 22, 1995RockinghamWard BurtonHut Stricklin
30Oct 29, 1995PhoenixRicky RuddBill Elliott
31Nov 12, 1995AtlantaDale EarnhardtDarrell Waltrip
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1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Results

1995 ResultsDATERACEWINNERPOLE WINNERSun, Feb 19Daytona 500
Daytona International SpeedwaySterling Marlin
Dale Jarrett
Sun, Feb 26Goodwrench 500
North Carolina SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Mar 5Pontiac Excitement 400
Richmond International RacewayTerry Labonte
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Mar 12Purolator 500
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Dale Earnhardt
Sun, Mar 26Transouth Financial 400
Darlington RacewaySterling Marlin
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Apr 2Food City 500
Bristol Motor SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Mark Martin
Sun, Apr 9First Union 400
North Wilkesboro SpeedwayDale Earnhardt
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Apr 23Hanes 500
Martinsville SpeedwayRusty Wallace
Bobby Labonte
Sun, Apr 30Winston Select 500
Talladega SuperspeedwayMark Martin
Terry Labonte
Sun, May 7Save Mart Supermarkets 300
Infineon RacewayDale Earnhardt
Ricky Rudd
Sun, May 28Coca-Cola 600
Lowe's Motor SpeedwayBobby Labonte
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Jun 4Miller Genuine Draft 500
Dover International SpeedwayKyle Petty
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Jun 11UAW-GM Teamwork 500
Pocono RacewayTerry Labonte
Ken Schrader
Sun, Jun 18Miller Genuine Draft 400
Michigan International SpeedwayBobby Labonte
Jeff Gordon
Sat, Jul 1Pepsi 400
Daytona International SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Dale Earnhardt
Sun, Jul 9Slick 50 300
New Hampshire International SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Mark Martin
Sun, Jul 16Miller Genuine Draft 500
Pocono RacewayDale Jarrett
Bill Elliott
FordSun, Jul 23Diehard 500
Talladega SuperspeedwaySterling Marlin
Sterling Marlin
Sat, Aug 5Brickyard 400
Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayDale Earnhardt
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Aug 13The Bud at the Glen
Watkins Glen InternationalMark Martin
Mark Martin
Sun, Aug 20GM Goodwrench Dealer 400
Michigan International SpeedwayBobby Labonte
Bobby Labonte
Sat, Aug 26Goody's 500
Bristol Motor SpeedwayTerry Labonte
Mark Martin
Sun, Sep 3Mountain Dew Southern 500
Darlington RacewayJeff Gordon
John Andretti
FordSat, Sep 9Miller Genuine Draft 400
Richmond International RacewayRusty Wallace
Dale Earnhardt
Sun, Sep 17MBNA 500
Dover International SpeedwayJeff Gordon
Rick Mast
Sun, Sep 24Goody's 500
Martinsville SpeedwayDale Earnhardt
Jeff Gordon
Sun, Oct 1Tyson Holly Farms 400
North Wilkesboro SpeedwayMark Martin
Ted Musgrave
Sun, Oct 8GM-UAW Quality 500
Lowe's Motor SpeedwayMark Martin
Ricky Rudd
Sun, Oct 22ACDelco 400
North Carolina SpeedwayWard Burton
Hut Stricklin
Sun, Oct 29Dura Lube 500
Phoenix International RacewayRicky Rudd
Bill Elliott
FordSun, Nov 12NAPA 500
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayDale Earnhardt
Darrell Waltrip
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1990 Atlanta Journal 500

WALTRIP STEALS NAPA 500 SPOTLIGHT

Atlanta Motor Speedway will serve as the setting for the coronation of NASCAR Winston Cup's second-youngest champion in Jeff Gordon on Sunday. On Friday, it was transformed into a tribute to the sport's aging superstar.

Darrell Waltrip, 48, rekindled a moment from his glorious past by capturing the pole for Sunday's season-ending NAPA 500 with a speed of 185.046 miles per hour in a Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

The pole was the 59th in his career, tying him with David Pearson for the most in the modern era (1971-94), but his first since April of 1992 in Martinsville, Va. His performance was .789 mph shy of the track qualifying record set by Winter Park's Greg Sacks in last season's finale.

"I felt like the last several weeks that we just needed a break, and this was the break we needed today," said Waltrip, who ranks third all-time with 84 victories but has not claimed one since 1992. "The season is over with (after Sunday), but it sure will get us through the winter. It was going to be a long, cold winter. There hasn't been much to brag about. It's just a pole - I don't want to make it sound like I just won the Daytona 500 - but it's a big deal for us."

Waltrip used the car that he wrecked earlier this season at Charlotte, but was sporting some power that was actually in the works for next season.

"The combination in the engine was different. This was some stuff we were going to run in '96, and I wanted to get it together and run it at Atlanta and get some laps in," he said. "We were pleasantly surprised."

Waltrip, 31st in the qualifying order, bumped Ricky Rudd from his second pole in the past four races. Rudd, who was the 14th driver to go out, posted a speed of 184.921 in his Ford Thunderbird and had to settle for the outside pole.

"We won practice (earlier Friday) and I don't think they pay anything for that," Rudd kidded. "We slowed up when we qualified, but it looks like everybody was slowing up. I can't hold it open in the corners here, but that may be because I've got a Pro Motor that won't let me do that. Either that or the driver is just not brave enough."

Bobby Hamilton earned the top position by a Pontiac by taking third at 184.777. The Fords of Dick Trickle (184.690) and Jeremy Mayfield (184.659) rounded out the top five qualifiers. Mayfield's starting position is his best in 48 career starts.

Gordon, the series' points leader, needs a 41st-place finish or better to clinch the title. He qualified eighth while his chief competitor Dale Earnhardt, second in the points chase, was 11th. Gordon's strong qualifying run may force him to scrap any plans of initially being conservative on Sunday.

"We're starting up front so it will be real hard to play it conservative because we'll want to stay up front," Gordon said. "You've got to race hard to stay up there. I'd really like to get up there and lead a lap."

Gordon, however, has no intention of risking the championship for his series-leading ninth victory.

"I'm not going to overdo it. We've worked hard this year and there's no reason to get crazy and blow it now," he said. "The championship is the main thing on our minds right now. When that happens, the next thing is the race. It would be an awesome way to end it by winning the race and that's what we're trying to do."

Two notables who had poor qualifying runs were Dale Jarrett and Kyle Petty, who qualified 38th and 40th, respectively.

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Napa 500 1995

1995 NAPA 500

Auto race held at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 1995

Motor car race

The 1995 NAPA 500 was a NASCARWinston Cup Series racing event that took place on November 12, 1995, at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia.

NASCAR banned tinted windshields starting with this race, confiscating any that teams had in the pits before this one. The move to mandate clear windshields was to make it easier for drivers to see through cars ahead of them and see if a driver in front was signaling them for any reason.

The 1990s were a time when "extreme sports" were considered to have more appeal than the mainstream sports of baseball, basketball, ice hockey, and American football. Busch Beer used footage from this race in a commercial that aired during the 1996 NASCAR Winston Cup Series season with a stern declaration stating that the NASCAR Cup Series has been "extreme" since it began operations. This would also be the last NASCAR Winston Cup Series race held during an era where the Internet was used by a minority of US residents and people generally did not have the money, equipment, or computer literacy skills to use the Internet on a daily basis.

Background[edit]

Atlanta Motor Speedway is one of ten intermediate to hold NASCAR races; the others are Charlotte Motor Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway, Darlington Raceway, Homestead Miami Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and Texas Motor Speedway.[2] The standard track at Atlanta Motor Speedway is a four-turn quad-oval track that is 1.54 miles (2.48 km) long.[3] The track's turns are banked at twenty-four degrees, while the front stretch, the location of the finish line, and the back stretch are banked at five.[3]

Race report[edit]

Dale Earnhardt defeated Sterling Marlin by nearly four seconds after 22 lead changes during the event, with a record low of two safety car periods totaling eleven laps.[4][5] Earnhardt started in 11th place and came back from behind to win this race, which set a new race record for fastest 500-mile Cup race at the circuit in 3 hours, 3 minutes, 3 seconds, with an average speed of 163.633 MPH, a record that still stands after the 2019 season at the circuit.[4][5][6] Dale Earnhardt was able to dominate this race, as they set up a very aggressive engine package that would make him untouchable all race long, and the engine held up for the win.[4][5]

Darrell Waltrip scored his 59th pole position with a qualifying time of 29.6099 seconds for an average speed of 185.046 miles per hour or 297.803 kilometres per hour, in what would be the final pole of his illustrious Hall of Fame career.[4]Ken Schrader finished dead last in this race in a coincidental manner; his engine blew and that happened to be a situation that helped Jeff Gordon clinch his championship, as he was required to finish 41st or better to win. Ken had terrible luck all year in 1995.[4][5] The #26 of Hut Stricklin would be involved in an accident on the third turn.[4]Billy Standridge, Jack Sprague, Mike Wallace, Shane Hall, Delma Cowart, and Eric Smith would fail to qualify for this race.[7] Out of the 42-driver grid, only six of them would not finish the race.[4][5] All 42 of the qualifying drivers were born in the United States of America.[4]

Most of the field would have Chevrolet and Ford as their manufacturer while Pontiac would bring a limited number of vehicles.[4][5] The average speed of the race was 163.632 miles per hour or 263.340 kilometres per hour.[4][5]Jeff Gordon would go on to win the 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship after this race. Gordon went with the least aggressive engine package they had all season, wanting to take no chance that it wouldn't fire or that it would blow up on the warm up laps or as soon as the green flag dropped. The car was deemed terribly slow, analogous to a field filler, as his vehicle managed to cough up a meager 32nd-place finish.[4][5] Junior Johnson would make his final appearance in this race as a car owner. He sold his #11 team to Brett Bodine during the off-season.[4][5]

This was the final career race for owner Alan Dillard Jr., the owner of A.G. Dillard Motorsports.[4][5] It was also the final career race for long time veteran owner D.K. Ulrich.[4][5] The 1995 NAPA 500 was also the final race for Bobby Hillin in the #77, Michael Waltrip in the #30, Morgan Shepherd in the #21, Dick Trickle in the #15, Dale Jarrett in the #28, Jeff Burton in the #8, Hut Stricklin in the #26 and Todd Bodine in the #75.[4][5]

Some of the more notable crew chiefs to fully participate in this race were Robin Pemberton, Andy Petree, Donnie Wingo, Cecil Gordon, Ray Evernham, Larry McReynolds, and Tim Brewer.[8]

There was an opportunity for Dale Earnhardt to defeat Jeff Gordon by one point. Had Dale Earnhardt won the race and Jeff Gordon finished in 42nd place, Earnhardt would have won the championship.

Kenny Bernstein would retire from his career as a NASCAR team owner to spend more time with his family after this race.

Qualifying[edit]

Race results[edit]

Fin St # Driver Make Team Sponsor Laps Led Status Pts Winnings
1 113Dale EarnhardtChevroletRichard Childress RacingGM Goodwrench Service328 268 running 185 $141,850
2 184Sterling MarlinChevroletMorgan–McClure MotorsportsKodak Film328 6 running 175 $58,250
3 62Rusty WallaceFordPenske Racing SouthMiller Genuine Draft328 0 running 165 $40,300
4 1594Bill ElliottFordBill Elliott RacingMcDonald's328 17 running 165 $29,700
5 3122Ward BurtonPontiacBill Davis RacingMBNA America328 0 running 155 $30,000
6 3723Jimmy SpencerFordTravis Carter EnterprisesSmokin' Joe's328 0 running 150 $21,025
7 2688Ernie IrvanFordRobert Yates RacingTexaco, Havoline327 0 running 146 $19,955
8 2118Bobby LabonteChevroletJoe Gibbs RacingInterstate Batteries327 13 running 147 $27,275
9 3577Bobby Hillin, Jr.FordJasper MotorsportsJasper Engines & Transmissions, USAir327 0 running 138 $12,350
10 210Ricky RuddFordRudd Performance MotorsportsTide327 11 running 139 $29,775
11 167Geoffrey BodineFordGeoff Bodine RacingExide Batteries327 0 running 130 $26,100
12 730Michael WaltripPontiacBahari RacingPennzoil326 0 running 127 $20,575
13 125Terry LabonteChevroletHendrick MotorsportsKellogg's326 0 running 124 $25,650
14 2887Joe NemechekChevroletNEMCO MotorsportsBurger King326 0 running 121 $14,825
15 2237John AndrettiFordKranefuss-Haas RacingKmart, Little Caesars325 0 running 118 $15,800
16 117Darrell WaltripChevroletDarWal Inc.Western Auto325 3 running 120 $30,100
17 96Mark MartinFordRoush RacingValvoline325 0 running 112 $23,530
18 598Jeremy MayfieldFordCale Yarborough MotorsportsRCA325 0 running 109 $13,215
19 369Lake SpeedFordMelling RacingSpam, Melling324 0 running 106 $12,775
20 2011Brett BodineFordJunior Johnson & AssociatesLowe's324 0 running 103 $23,410
21 13 1 Rick MastFordPrecision Products RacingSkoal 324 0 running 100 $17,145
22 33 21 Morgan ShepherdFordWood Brothers RacingCitgo, GoldenEye 322 0 running 97 $16,730
23 4 15 Dick TrickleFordBud Moore EngineeringFord Quality Care 322 0 running 94 $16,415
24 25 19 Loy Allen, Jr.FordTriStar MotorsportsHealthsource 322 0 running 91 $7,730
25 3 43 Bobby HamiltonPontiacPetty EnterprisesSTP 321 9 running 93 $11,985
26 34 58 Jeff PurvisChevroletHendrick MotorsportsLeukemia Society 320 0 running 85 $7,370
27 17 16 Ted MusgraveFordRoush RacingThe Family Channel 320 0 running 82 $15,555
28 27 27 Elton SawyerFordJunior Johnson & AssociatesHooters 318 0 running 79 $15,140
29 23 31 Gary BradberryChevroletA.G. Dillard MotorsportsHardee's 318 0 running 76 $10,280
30 10 41 Ricky CravenChevroletLarry Hedrick MotorsportsKodiak 317 0 running 73 $10,105
31 38 28 Dale JarrettFordRobert Yates RacingTexaco, Havoline 316 0 running 70 $21,340
32 8 24 Jeff GordonChevroletHendrick MotorsportsDuPont Auto Finishes 314 1 running 72 $19,975
33 41 42 Kyle PettyPontiacPetty EnterprisesCoors Light 312 0 running 64 $14,810
34 30 32 Greg SacksChevroletActive MotorsportsFina Lube, Lance Snacks 307 0 running 61 $6,745
35 24 12 Derrike CopeFordBobby Allison MotorsportsStraight Arrow 301 0 running 58 $9,680
36 19 8 Jeff BurtonFordStavola Brothers RacingRaybestos 294 0 running 55 $14,115
37 29 71 Dave MarcisChevroletMarcis Auto RacingOlive Garden 289 0 engine 52 $6,585
38 14 26 Hut StricklinFordKing RacingQuaker State 202 0 crash 49 $11,500
39 39 29 Steve GrissomChevroletDiamond Ridge MotorsportsMeineke 194 0 transmission 46 $6,500
40 42 75 Todd BodineFordButch Mock MotorsportsFactory Stores of America 141 0 engine 43 $11,500
41 40 33 Robert PressleyChevroletLeo Jackson MotorsportsSkoal Bandit 104 0 engine 40 $12,000
42 32 25 Ken SchraderChevroletHendrick MotorsportsBudweiser 92 0 engine 37 $12,500
Failed to qualify or driver change
43 66 Billy StandridgeFordRaDiUs MotorsportsDuraGloss, TropArtic
44 44 Jeff PurvisChevroletPhoenix RacingJackaroo
45 90 Mike WallaceFordDonlavey RacingHeilig-Meyers
46 59 Jack SpragueChevroletHendrick MotorsportsPedigree
47 40 Shane HallPontiacDick Brooks RacingKendall Oil
48 0 Delma CowartFordH. L. Waters RacingMasters Economy Inns
49 49 Eric SmithFordSmith RacingExpress Pit Stop
DC 58 Jimmy HortonChevroletHendrick MotorsportsLeukemia Society

Timeline[edit]

Section reference: [4]

  • Start of race: Darrell Waltrip had the pole position to start the race.
  • Lap 2: Ricky Rudd took over the lead from Darrell Waltrip.
  • Lap 7: Bobby Hamilton took over the lead from Ricky Rudd.
  • Lap 16: Ricky Rudd took over the lead from Bobby Hamilton.
  • Lap 18: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Ricky Rudd.
  • Lap 55: Darrell Waltrip took over the lead from Dale Earnhardt.
  • Lap 56: Sterling Marlin took over the lead from Darrell Waltrip.
  • Lap 61: Jeff Gordon took over the lead from Sterling Marlin.
  • Lap 62: Bill Elliott took over the lead from Jeff Gordon.
  • Lap 64: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Bill Elliott.
  • Lap 72: Caution for debris; ended on lap 77.
  • Lap 82: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Ricky Rudd.
  • Lap 92: Ken Schrader became the last-place finisher due to a faulty engine. Jeff Gordon officially clinches the championship.
  • Lap 104: Robert Pressley had problems with his engine, forcing him to end the race early.
  • Lap 138: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Bobby Labonte.
  • Lap 141: Todd Bodine's engine started acting up, ending his NASCAR race weekend prematurely.
  • Lap 194: Steve Grissom's transmission stopped working properly, causing him to be the fourth DNF.
  • Lap 201: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Bobby Labonte.
  • Lap 202: Hut Stricklin had a terminal crash.
  • Lap 204: Caution due to Hut Stricklin's accident, ended on lap 208.
  • Lap 270: Dale Earnhardt took over the lead from Bill Elliott.
  • Lap 289: Dave Marcis' engine gave out, making him the 37th-place finisher in the race.
  • Finish: Dale Earnhardt was officially declared the winner of the event.

Standings after the race[edit]

References[edit]

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