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Busch Grand National

Compiled from Times wires

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 12, 2001


WHAT: Pepsi 300.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Friday, qualifying (FX, noon); Saturday, race (FX, 12:30 p.m.); Nashville, Tenn. POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Kevin Harvick, 1,097; 2. Jason Keller, 982; 3. Greg Biffle, 971; 4. Jeff Green, 923; 5. Jimmie Johnson, 917; 6. Mike McLaughlin, 870; 7. Jeff Purvis, 858; 8. Kenny Wallace, 848; 9. Matt Kenseth, 824; 10. Todd Bodine, 809.

Formula One

WHAT: San Marino Grand Prix.

WHEN/WHERE/TV: Saturday, qualifying, (Speedvision, 6 a.m.); Sunday, race (Speedvision, 7 a.m.); Imola, Italy.

2000 WINNER: Michael Schumacher.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Michael Schumacher, 26; 2. David Coulthard, 20; 3. Rubens Barrichello, 10; 4. Nick Heidfeld, 7; 5. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, 5; 6. Olivier Panis, 3; 7. (tie) Ralf Schumacher, 2; Jarno Trulli, 2; 9. (tie) Kimi Raikkonen, 1; Mika Hakkinen, 1; Giancarlo Fisichella, 1.

Winston Cup

UP NEXT: Talladega 500, April 22, Talladega, Ala.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Dale Jarrett, 1,236; 2. Jeff Gordon, 1,113; 3. Johnny Benson, 1,049; 4. Sterling Marlin, 1,049; 5. Steve Park, 1,039; 6. Rusty Wallace, 1,008; 7. Bobby Hamilton, 990; 8. Ricky Rudd, 970; 9. Bill Elliott, 943; 10. Elliott Sadler, 924.

Craftsman Trucks

UP NEXT: Ram Tough 250, May 6, Madison, Ill.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Scott Riggs, 675; 2. Joe Ruttman, 648; 3. Ricky Hendrick, 610; 4. Terry Cook, 600; 5. Randy Tolsma, 599; 6. Jack Sprague, 575; 7. Ted Musgrave, 569; 8. Travis Kvapil, 563; 9. Rick Crawford, 543; 10. Coy Gibbs, 485.

Indy Racing League

UP NEXT: Atlanta Classic 500, April 28, Hampton, Ga.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Sam Hornish Jr., 104; 2. Eliseo Salazar, 75; 3. Felipe Giaffone, 60; 4. (tie) Scott Sharp, 56; Jeff Ward, 56; 6. Sarah Fisher, 53; 7. Billy Boat, 47; 8. Buddy Lazier, 45; 9. Robby McGehee, 42; 10. Buzz Calkins, 36.

CART

UP NEXT: Firestone Firehawk 600, April 29, Fort Worth, Texas.

POINTS STANDINGS: 1. Cristiano da Matta, 37; 2. Gil de Ferran, 30; 3. Helio Castroneves, 27; 4. Paul Tracy, 26; 5. Jimmy Vasser, 18; 6. (tie) Michael Andretti, 12; Tony Kanaan, 12; Dario Franchitti, 12; 9. Kenny Brack, 11; 10. Nicolas Minassian, 7.

NHRA

UP NEXT: Gatornationals, April 21, Gainesville.

POINTS STANDINGS: (Top Fuel) 1. Mike Dunn, 348; 2. Darrell Russell, 290; 3. Larry Dixon, 282; 4. Doug Kalitta, 281; 5. Kenny Bernstein, 277; 6. Gary Scelzi, 221; 7. Doug Herbert, 199; 8. Andrew Cowin, 192; 9. Tony Schumacher, 174; 10. David Grubnic, 171. (Funny Car) 1. Bruce Sarver, 320; 2. John Force, 303; 3. Tommy Johnson Jr., 279; 4. Whit Bazemore, 277; 5. Del Worsham, 234; 6. Gary Densham, 230; 7. Ron Capps, 218; 8. Frank Pedregon, 197; 9. Tony Pedregon, 192; 10. Dean Skuza, 172. (Pro Stock) 1. Warren Johnson, 343; 2. Kurt Johnson, 297; 3. Jeg Coughlin, 269; 4. Jim Yates, 258; 5. Bruce Allen, 256; 6. Mark Pawuk, 254; 7. Darrell Alderman, 238; 8. Mike Edwards, 183; 9. Ron Krisher, 181; 10. Richie Stevens, 169. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) 1. Angelle Savoie, 115; 2. Matt Hines, 97; 3. Antron Brown, 78; 4. Craig Treble, 76; 5. Geno Scali, 54; 6. Steve Johnson, 53; 7. Reggie Showers, 52; 8. Shawn Gann, 33; 9. Mike Berry, 32; 10. Chris Bostick, 32. (Pro Stock Truck) 1. Randy Daniels, 312; 2. Greg Stanfield, 286; 3. Bob Panella Jr, 271; 4. Jeff Gracia, 224; 5. Scott Perin, 140; 6. Brian Self, 138; 7. Mike Corvo Jr, 137; 8. Don Smith, 121; 9. John Lingenfelter, 119; 10. Mike Coughlin, 116.

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