Through June 4
1. Johnny Sauter, 302.
2. Cole Whitt, 290.
3. Austin Dillon, 272.
4. Matt Crafton, 270.
5. Timothy Peters, 255.
6. Ron Hornaday Jr., 246.
7. James Buescher, 243.
8. Parker Kligerman, 228.
9. Todd Bodine, 224.
10. Brendan Gaughan, 215.
11. Joey Coulter, 214.
12. Max Papis, 214.
13. Clay Rogers, 211.
14. David Starr, 206.
15. Nelson Piquet Jr., 203.
16. Ricky Carmichael, 201.
17. Justin Marks, 201.
18. Jason White, 200.
19. Brad Sweet, 193.
20. Craig Goess, 192.
21. Justin Lofton, 187.
22. Travis Kvapil, 186.
23. Miguel Paludo, 183.
24. Ryan Sieg, 166.
25. Johanna Long, 154.
26. Shane Sieg, 148.
27. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 96.
28. Norm Benning, 89.
29. Justin Johnson, 88.
30. Chris Fontaine, 77.
31. Dusty Davis, 60.
32. Jamie Dick, 50.
33. T.J. Bell, 48.
34. Chase Mattioli, 48.
35. Mike Garvey, 34.
36. Nick Hoffman, 29.
37. Caleb Roark, 25.
38. Bobby Hamilton Jr., 22.
39. Mike Skinner, 20.
40. Greg Pursley, 16.
41. David Mayhew, 15.
42. Tayler Malsam, 15.
43. Cale Gale, 15.
44. Chris Jones, 12.
45. Wes Burton, 11.
46. Chad McCumbee, 9.
47. B.J. McLeod, 9.
48. Chris Lafferty, 8.

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