Through May 24
1. Regan Smith, 414.
2. Elliott Sadler, 409.
3. Chase Elliott, 386.
4. Trevor Bayne, 379.
5. Ty Dillon, 378.
6. Brian Scott, 354.
7. Brendan Gaughan, 309.
8. James Buescher, 303.
9. Chris Buescher, 295.
10. Dylan Kwasniewski, 285.
11. Ryan Reed, 283.
12. Landon Cassill, 272.
13. Mike Bliss, 262.
14. Dakoda Armstrong, 261.
15. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 212.
16. Jeremy Clements, 212.
17. Eric McClure, 203.
18. J.J. Yeley, 197.
19. Joey Gase, 183.
20. Mike Wallace, 167.
21. Ryan Sieg, 143.
22. David Starr, 134.
23. Derrike Cope, 110.
24. Jamie Dick, 109.
25. Tanner Berryhill, 109.
26. Tommy Joe Martins, 96.
27. Blake Koch, 95.
28. Kevin Lepage, 88.
29. Sam Hornish Jr., 87.
30. Chad Boat, 85.
31. Mike Harmon, 82.
32. Carlos Contreras, 72.
33. Matt DiBenedetto, 66.
34. Robert Richardson Jr., 41.
35. Daryl Harr, 39.
36. Carl Long, 36.
37. Will Kimmel, 33.
38. Ruben Garcia Jr., 30.
39. Jeff Green, 30.
40. Austin Theriault, 29.
41. Daniel Suarez Garza, 25.
42. Jason White, 25.
43. Ryan Gifford, 24.
44. Ryan Ellis, 20.
45. Bobby Gerhart, 19.
46. Scott Lagasse Jr., 18.
47. Hal Martin, 18.
48. Derek White, 18.
49. Martin Roy, 14.
50. Josh Reaume, 14.

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