Final Rankings: Bristol I, 2013

Here are my final driver rankings for today’s race at Bristol. I compiled them by crunching the practice and qualifying data from Bristol on Friday and Saturday, and then melding it with the historical data:

  1. Kyle Busch
  2. Matt Kenseth
  3. Brad Keselowski
  4. Denny Hamlin
  5. Kasey Kahne
  6. Jimmie Johnson
  7. Jeff Gordon
  8. Martin Truex Jr.
  9. Greg Biffle
  10. Clint Bowyer
  11. Kevin Harvick
  12. Joey Logano
  13. Brian Vickers
  14. Paul Menard
  15. Carl Edwards
  16. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  17. Tony Stewart
  18. Jamie McMurray
  19. Kurt Busch
  20. Marcos Ambrose
  21. Jeff Burton
  22. Aric Almirola
  23. Ryan Newman
  24. AJ Allmendinger
  25. Juan Pablo Montoya
  26. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  27. Casey Mears
  28. David Gilliland
  29. David Reutimann
  30. Bobby Labonte
  31. David Ragan
  32. David Stremme
  33. Danica Patrick
  34. Dave Blaney
  35. Travis Kvapil
  36. Landon Cassill
  37. J.J. Yeley
  38. Michael McDowell
  39. Mike Bliss
  40. Scott Speed
  41. Josh Wise (i)
  42. Joe Nemechek
  43. Terry Labonte (PC8)

4 thoughts on “Final Rankings: Bristol I, 2013

  1. Bling Bling Racing

    I enjoy your early ranking. But I ‘m not getting your second ranking until after the race. I ‘ m I doing something wrong?

  2. chasman

    i have to agree, the final rankings come out too late to be of any use.
    Your early rankings are great and very helpful.

  3. Jed Henson Post author

    So far this year I’ve posted the final rankings roughly 1 hour before the green flag of each race. That’s cutting it a little close, but it allows me to make any final tweaks needed according to any late-breaking info that may pop up.

    After I post the final rankings, I also immediately place a link to the post on the NASCARpredict Facebook page and Twitter page to alert readers that it’s up. The post should also should hit our RSS feed immediately. And of course if you come directly to the site, it’ll show the post, too.

    Are you coming directly to the site direct to check for new posts, or relying on one of the above methods to alert you? If the latter, which method isn’t working out? Maybe I can fix it. I’m also thinking of adding an email subscription form that would push out an email alert immediately when each post goes up.

    Here are the links to our RSS feed, Facebook page and Twitter:

  4. Jed Henson Post author

    Hi guys,

    OK, this morning I added an email subscription option to the site. You can see the sign-up form on the right side of the site. Just enter your email address, click “Subscribe,” and you should receive a confirmation email. Click the confirmation link in that email, and then you should get immediate email alerts any time I post new rankings.

    If you’re having trouble seeing the latest posts when you’re on the site, it might be due to a browser caching issue. To force your browser to get the absolute latest page, do this:

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