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Winston Cup

WHAT: Dura Lube 300.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Friday, first-round qualifying, 4 p.m. (9 a.m. Saturday, TNN, taped); Saturday, second-round qualifying, 11 a.m.; Sunday, race (12:30 p.m., TNN); Loudon, N.H.

1999 WINNER: Joe Nemechek.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Bobby Labonte, 3,761; 2. Dale Earnhardt, 3,603; 3. Dale Jarrett, 3,597; 4. Jeff Burton, 3,578; 5. Tony Stewart, 3,353; 6. Rusty Wallace, 3,241; 7. Ricky Rudd, 3,307; 8. Mark Martin, 3,287; 9. Ward Burton, 3,281; 10. Jeff Gordon, 3,070.

CART

WHAT: Motorola 300.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Friday, first-round qualifying, 4 p.m. (1:30 a.m. Saturday, ESPN2, taped); Saturday, second-round qualifying, 2 p.m.; Sunday, race (3 p.m., ESPN2); Madison, Ill.

1999 WINNER: Michael Andretti.

FAST FACTS: Honda-powered cars have won eight of the past 11. Andretti was second to Alex Zanardi in 1998. This is the fourth year of the race, which had been held Memorial Day weekend.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Gil de Ferran, 132; 2. Andretti, 126; 3. Paul Tracy, 122; 4. Adrian Fernandez, 118; 5. Kenny Brack, 116; 6. Roberto Moreno, 115; 7. Helio Castroneves, 103; 8. Dario Franchitti, 92; 9. Jimmy Vasser, 91; 10. Cristiano da Matta, 88.

NHRA

WHAT: Keystone Nationals.

WHEN/WHERE: Friday, qualifying, 2:45 p.m.; Saturday, qualifying, 11:15 a.m.; Sunday, final eliminations, 11 a.m.; Mohnton, Pa.

1999 WINNERS: Joe Amato (Top Fuel), Tommy Johnson Jr. (Funny Car) and Jeg Coughlin Jr. (Pro Stock).

FAST FACTS: John Force is a five-time Keystone Nationals winner in the Funny Car division. Records were set in five of six pro categories last year.

POINTS STANDINGS: Top Fuel _ 1. Tony Schumacher, 1,364; 2. Gary Scelzi, 1,333; 3. Larry Dixon, 1,262; 4. Kenny Bernstein, 1,067; 5. Doug Kalitta, 1,065; 6. Joe Amato, 1,058; 7. Cory McClenathan, 847; 8. Bob Vandergriff, 716; 9. Doug Herbert, 691; 10. Don Lampus, 665. Funny Car _ 1. Force, 1,435; 2. Jerry Toliver, 1,213; 3. Ron Capps, 1,076; 4. Tony Pedregon, 1,040; 5. Jim Epler, 1,015; 6. Whit Bazemore, 810; 7. Del Worsham, 808; 8. Scotty Cannon, 797; 9. Dean Skuza, 797; 10. Bruce Sarver, 674. Pro Stock _ 1. Coughlin, 1,519; 2. Ron Krisher, 1,138; 3. Kurt Johnson, 1,117; 4. Warren Johnson, 1,016; 5. Troy Coughlin, 894; 6. Mark Pawuk, 893; 7. Richie Stevens, 835; 8. Jim Yates, 784; 9. Tom Martino, 694; 10. Bruce Allen, 653. Pro Stock Truck _ 1. Bob Panella Jr, 1,011; 2. Randy Daniels, 882; 3. John Coughlin, 631; 4. Greg Stanfield, 578; 5. Steve Johns, 535; 6. Brian Self, 483; 7. Rick Jones, 444; 8. Mike Coughlin, 411; 9. John Lingenfelter, 411; 10. Jeff Gracia, 380.

Busch Grand National

UP NEXT: MBNA.com 200, Sept. 23, Dover, Del.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Jeff Green, 4,123; 2. Jason Keller 3,474; 3. Kevin Harvick, 3,429; 4. Todd Bodine, 3,416; 5. Elton Sawyer, 3,182; 6. Ron Hornaday, 3,151; 7. Randy LaJoie, 2,993; 8. David Green, 2,840; 9. Casey Atwood, 2,674; 10. Jimmie Johnson, 2,612.

Craftsman Trucks

UP NEXT: MBNA Palladian Travel 200, Sept. 22, Dover, Del.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Greg Biffle, 3,398; 2. Mike Wallace, 3,146; 3. Kurt Busch, 3,066; 4. Andy Houston, 3,046; 5. Jack Sprague, 2,967; 6. Joe Rutman, 2,866; 7. Steve Grissom, 2,801; 8. Randy Tolsma, 2,793; 9. Dennis Setzer, 2,791; 10. Bryan Reffner 2,742.

Indy Racing

UP NEXT: excite.com 500, Oct. 15, Fort Worth, Texas.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Buddy Lazier, 258; 2. Scott Goodyear, 220; 3. Eddie Cheever, 217; 4. Mark Dismore, 186; 5. Eliseo Salazar, 180; 6. Scott Sharp, 179; 7. Robbie Buhl, 178; 8. Donnie Beechler, 174; 9. Al Unser Jr., 173; 10. Robby McGehee, 168.

Formula One

UP NEXT: U.S. Grand Prix, Sept. 24, Indianapolis.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Mika Hakkinen, 80; 2. Michael Schumacher, 78; 3. David Coulthard, 61; 4. Rubens Barrichello, 49; 5. Ralf Schumacher, 24; 6. Giancarlo Fisichella, 18; 7. Jacques Villeneuve, 11; 8. Jenson Button, 10; 9. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, 7; 10. Jarno Trulli, 6.

DURA-LUBE 300

Race facts

Track length: 1.058 miles.

Race length: 300 laps, 317.4 miles.

Defending champion: Joe Nemecheck.

Qualifying record: Jeff Gordon, 132.089 mph, July 7, 2000.

Race record: Jeff Burton 117.134 mph, July 13, 1997.

Banking: 12 degrees

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