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Winston Cup

WHAT: The Winston.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Friday, qualifying, 7 p.m.; Winston Open twin 25-lap races, 8:45 p.m.; Saturday, Winston Open (7:30 p.m., TNN); The Winston, (9 p.m., TNN); Concord, N.C.

1999 WINNER: Terry Labonte.

FAST FACTS: This is the 16th year for the all-star non-points race. Jeff Gordon ran out of fuel on the last lap in 1998. The first two segments of the event are a minimum of 30 laps each and the final segment is at least 10 laps. Only laps under the green flag count. The field consists of drivers who won races in 1999 or this season plus any other drivers who have won Winston Cup championships, any driver who has won The Winston in the past five years and the winner of the Winston Open qualifier.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Bobby Labonte, 1,601; 2. Ward Burton, 1,598; 3. Mark Martin, 1,568; 4. Jeff Burton, 1,542; 5. Dale Earnhardt, 1,523; 6. Dale Jarrett, 1,470; 7. Rusty Wallace, 1,436; 8. Ricky Rudd, 1,411; 9. Gordon 1,400; 10. Terry Labonte, 1,357.

Craftsman Trucks

WHAT: Grainger.com 200.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Saturday, qualifying, 5 p.m.; Sunday, race (2:30 p.m., ESPN); Fountain, Colo.

1999 WINNER: Mike Wallace.

FAST FACTS: Andy Houston's 37-race finishing streak was snapped last week because of a final-lap accident with Wallace. Dennis Setzer, who finished third last week, is the 13th driver to pass the $900,000 mark is career earnings. Jack Sprague has finished in the top three in his last seven races. A top-five finish this week will match Ron Hornaday's series record of eight consecutive top fives in 1997.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Wallace, 1,314; 2. Sprague, 1,274; 3. Houston, 1,183; 4. Steve Grissom 1,182; 5. Greg Biffle, 1,177; 6. Dennis Setzer, 1,126; 7. KurtBusch, 1,106; 8. Joe Ruttman, 1,094; 9. Jimmy Hensley, 1,035; 10. Rick Crawford, 1,029.

NHRA

WHAT: Matco Tools Spring SuperNationals.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Friday, first-round qualifying, 3:15 p.m.; Saturday, second-round qualifying, 11:30 a.m.; Sunday, final eliminations, 11 a.m.; Englishtown, N.J.

1999 WINNER: John Force in the Funny Car division, Joe Amato in Top Fuel and Richie Stevens in Pro Stock.

FAST FACTS: Englishtown has played host to an event since 1971. In 1998, Amato increased the national speed record in Top Fuel to 323.50 mph during his quarterfinals victory. Last year, records were set in six of the seven race divisions.

POINTS STANDINGS: Top Fuel 1. Tony Schumacher, 599; 2. Gary Scelzi, 574; 3. Larry Dixon, 552; 4. Kenny Bernstein, 513; 5. Amato, 455; 6. Doug Kalitta, 394; 7. Cory McClenathan, 332; 8. Doug Herbert, 329; 9. David Grubnic, 264; 10. Don Lampus, 262. Funny Car 1. Jerry Toliver, 589; 2. Force, 559; 3. Ron Capps, 528; 4. Tony Pedregon, 465; 5. Jim Epler, 389; 6. Scotty Cannon, 324; 7. Dean Skuza, 310; 8. Whit Bazemore, 300; 9. Bob Gilbertson, 297; 10. Del Worsham, 288. Pro Stock 1. Jeg Coughlin Jr., 755; 2. Warren Johnson, 466; 3. Jim Yates, 427; 4. Mark Pawuk, 380; 5. Troy Coughlin, 377; 6. Ron Krisher, 374; 7. Kurt Johnson, 361; 8. Bruce Allen, 351; 9. Tom Martino, 331; 10. Stevens, 296. Pro Stock Motorcycle 1. Angelle Seeling, 309; 2. David Schultz, 270; 3. Tony Mullen, 248; 4. Matt Hines, 229; 5. Craig Treble, 160; 6. Antron Brown, 143; 7. Geno Scali, 140; 8. Blaine Hale, 116; 9. Fred Collis, 106; 10. Shawn Gann, 106. Pro Stock Truck 1. Bob Panella, 586; 2. Randy Daniels, 575; 3. Greg Stanfield, 407; 4. Rick Jones, 318; 5. John Coughlin, 318; 6. Steve Johns, 305; 7. Brian Self, 270; 8. John Lingenfelter, 256; 9. Jeff Gracia, 254; 10. Taylor Lastor, 215.

Formula One

WHAT: European Grand Prix.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Saturday, qualifying, 7 a.m.; Sunday, race, 8 a.m. (4:30 p.m., Fox Sports Net, taped); Nuerburgring, Germany.

1999 WINNER: Johnny Herbert.

FAST FACTS: Mika Hakkinen won the race in 1998. Ferrari leads the constructors standing 49-42 over McLaren.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Michael Schumacher, 36; 2. Hakkinen, 22; 3. David Coulthard, 20; 4. Rubens Barrichello, 13; 5. Ralf Schumacher, 12; 6. Giancarlo Fisichella, 8; 7. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, 5; (tie) Jacques Villeneuve, 5; 9. Jarno Trulli, 4; 10. Jenson Button, 3.

Busch Grand National

UP NEXT: CarQuest Auto Parts 300, May 27, Concord, N.C.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Jeff Green, 1,793; 2. Todd Bodine, 1,710; 3. Matt Kenseth, 1,540; 4. Randy LaJoie, 1,474; 5. Ron Hornaday, 1,456; 6. Jason Keller, 1,431; 7. David Green, 1,396; 8. Kevin Harvick, 1,371; 9. Elton Sawyer, 1,311; 10. Hank Parker Jr., 1,275.

CART

UP NEXT: Bosch Spark Plug Grand Prix, May 27, Nazareth, Pa.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Paul Tracy, 56; 2. Jimmy Vasser, 42; 3. Roberto Moreno, 42; 4. Max Papis, 25; 5. Cristiano da Matta, 25; 6. Adrian Fernandez, 23; 7. Gil de Ferran, 22; 8. Michael Andretti, 20; 9. Dario Franchitti, 20; 10. Alex Tagliani, 18.

Indy Racing

UP NEXT: Indianapolis 500, May 28.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Robbie Buhl, 108; 2. Buddy Lazier, 98; 3. Scott Goodyear, 90; 4. Al Unser Jr., 77; 5. Billy Boat, 76; 6. Mark Dismore, 75; 7. Eddie Cheever, 74; 8. Eliseo Salazar, 74; 9. Donnie Beechler, 67; 10. Jeret Schroeder, 61.

EUROPEAN GRAND PRIX

Nurburgring, Germany

Sunday

Lap distance: 2.831 miles.

Race distance: 67 laps, 190.079 miles.

Lap record: Heinz-Harald Frentzen, 1min. 18.805 sec.

Defending champion: Johnny Herbert.

Source: F1 Racing

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