Through July 5
1. Regan Smith, 558.
2. Sam Hornish Jr., 552.
3. Elliott Sadler, 544.
4. Justin Allgaier, 543.
5. Austin Dillon, 541.
6. Kyle Larson, 516.
7. Brian Vickers, 505.
8. Parker Kligerman, 501.
9. Brian Scott, 494.
10. Trevor Bayne, 488.
11. Alex Bowman, 440.
12. Mike Bliss, 420.
13. Nelson Piquet Jr., 418.
14. Travis Pastrana, 361.
15. Reed Sorenson, 338.
16. Mike Wallace, 311.
17. Eric McClure, 301.
18. Jeremy Clements, 290.
19. Joe Nemechek, 249.
20. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 221.
21. Dexter Stacey, 207.
22. Blake Koch, 205.
23. Johanna Long, 200.
24. Kevin Swindell, 183.
25. Michael Annett, 180.
26. Jamie Dick, 171.
27. Brad Sweet, 170.
28. Hal Martin, 163.
29. Cole Whitt, 162.
30. Josh Wise, 159.
31. Chris Buescher, 139.
32. Jason White, 138.
33. Robert Richardson Jr., 132.
34. Juan Carlos Blum, 125.
35. Joey Gase, 107.
36. Mike Harmon, 99.
37. Landon Cassill, 97.
38. Jeff Green, 93.
39. Daryl Harr, 59.
40. Kevin Lepage, 58.
41. Kenny Wallace, 54.
42. Harrison Rhodes, 54.
43. Danny Efland, 54.
44. Scott Lagasse Jr., 52.
45. Ken Butler, 48.
46. Carl Long, 45.
47. Owen Kelly, 41.
48. Max Papis, 40.
49. Drew Herring, 33.
50. Johnny O'Connell, 32.

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