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A look at NASCAR’s season at the halfway point

Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon

Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon

AP

This weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway marks the 19th race of the 36-race season.

With the series at the halfway point, here’s a look at some stats from the season:

Points scored on tracks more than 1 mile in length

1 - Kevin Harvick (2 wins) ... 444

2 - Martin Truex Jr. (1 win) ... 424

3 - Joey Logano (1 win) ... 419

4 - Brad Keselowski (1 win) ... 414

5 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. (0 wins) ... 376

Points scored in restrictor-plate races

1 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2 wins) ... 138 points

2 - Jimmie Johnson (0 wins) ... 126 points

3 - Kevin Harvick (0 wins) ... 119 points

4 - Denny Hamlin (0 wins) ... 119 points

5 - Casey Mears (0 wins) ... 89 points

Points scored on short tracks

1 - Matt Kenseth (1 win) ... 125 points

2 - Jeff Gordon (0 wins) ... 113 points

3 - Kurt Busch (1 win) ... 109 points

4 - Jamie McMurray (0 wins) ... 105 points

5 - Clint Bowyer (o wins) ... 98 points

Laps led

1 - Kevin Harvick ... 1,225 laps

2 - Kurt Busch ... 708 laps

3 - Joey Logano ... 494 laps

4 - Martin Truex Jr. ... 486 laps

5 - Jimmie Johnson ... 467 laps

Percentage of laps completed (out of 5,157 laps runs this year)

1 - Clint Bowyer (5,149 laps) ... 99.8%

2 - Kevin Harvick (5,113 laps) ... 99.15%

3 - Ryan Newman (5,112 laps) ... 99.13%

4 - Casey Mears (5,102 laps) ... 98.93%

5 - Danica Patrick (5,101 laps) ... 98.91%

Consecutive top-10 finishes (current streaks)

1 - Kurt Busch ... 5 races

2 - Jimmie Johnson ... 3 races

2 - Kevin Harvick ... 3 races

4 - Jeff Gordon ... 2 races

5 - Denny Hamlin ... 2 races

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