Through April 26
1. Sam Hornish Jr., 259.
2. Regan Smith, 258.
3. Brian Scott, 236.
4. Justin Allgaier, 225.
5. Elliott Sadler, 224.
6. Brian Vickers, 222.
7. Austin Dillon, 222.
8. Parker Kligerman, 219.
9. Trevor Bayne, 213.
10. Kyle Larson, 204.
11. Alex Bowman, 200.
12. Mike Bliss, 191.
13. Travis Pastrana, 189.
14. Nelson Piquet Jr., 187.
15. Reed Sorenson, 184.
16. Joe Nemechek, 148.
17. Eric McClure, 128.
18. Blake Koch, 128.
19. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 128.
20. Hal Martin, 116.
21. Mike Wallace, 109.
22. Dexter Stacey, 104.
23. Jamie Dick, 93.
24. Robert Richardson Jr., 92.
25. Johanna Long, 92.
26. Josh Wise, 91.
27. Kevin Swindell, 88.
28. Juan Carlos Blum, 86.
29. Brad Sweet, 76.
30. Jason White, 76.
31. Mike Harmon, 74.
32. Chris Buescher, 64.
33. Jeremy Clements, 63.
34. Scott Lagasse Jr., 52.
35. Joey Gase, 43.
36. Daryl Harr, 39.
37. Jeff Green, 39.
38. Ryan Reed, 28.
39. Kevin Lepage, 24.
40. Danny Efland, 20.
41. Michael Annett, 18.
42. Tanner Berryhill, 16.
43. Brad Teague, 15.
44. Chase Miller, 15.
45. Carl Long, 14.
46. Paulie Harraka, 9.
47. Kenny Wallace, 8.

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