Through May 9
1. Matt Crafton, 120.
2. Timothy Peters, 112.
3. Ron Hornaday Jr., 112.
4. German Quiroga, 109.
5. Johnny Sauter, 105.
6. Ryan Blaney, 101.
7. Jeb Burton, 98.
8. Ben Kennedy, 96.
9. Darrell Wallace Jr., 90.
10. John Wes Townley, 87.
11. Justin Jennings, 75.
12. Joe Nemechek, 71.
13. Joey Coulter, 71.
14. Jennifer Jo Cobb, 71.
15. Norm Benning, 66.
16. Mason Mingus, 65.
17. Bryan Silas, 63.
18. Brian Ickler, 62.
19. Tyler Reddick, 60.
20. Jimmy Weller III, 55.
21. Ross Chastain, 44.
22. Tyler Young, 44.
23. Tayler Malsam, 39.
24. Caleb Holman, 39.
25. Brennan Newberry, 39.
26. Ben Rhodes, 36.
27. John Hunter Nemechek, 33.
28. Cole Custer, 32.
29. Chase Pistone, 31.
30. Brandon Jones, 29.
31. T.J. Bell, 27.
32. Erik Jones, 26.
33. Spencer Gallagher, 26.
34. Chris Fontaine, 25.
35. Gray Gaulding, 25.
36. John King, 21.
37. Michel Disdier, 20.
38. Ray Black Jr., 20.
39. Korbin Forrister, 18.
40. Todd Shafer, 18.
41. Charles Lewandoski, 15.
42. Clay Greenfield, 14.
43. Sean Corr, 13.
44. Scott Stenzel, 13.
45. Josh Williams, 10.
46. Chris Cockrum, 9.
47. Raymond Terczak Jr., 9.
48. Alex Guenette, 8.

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Odds to win the Daytona 500 @ Daytona International Speedway
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. #88 +600
Brad Keselowski #2 +750
Kevin Harvick #4 +1000
Kyle Busch #18 +1000
Joey Logano #22 +1000

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