Through Aug. 31
1. Kyle Busch, 1,491
2. Austin Dillon, 484
3. Sam Hornish Jr., 423
4. Brad Keselowski, 272
5. Kevin Harvick, 271
6. Joey Logano, 189
7. Elliott Sadler, 146
8. Brian Vickers, 122
9. Matt Kenseth, 118
10. Regan Smith, 110
11. A J Allmendinger, 102
12. Trevor Bayne, 72
13. Justin Allgaier, 71
14. Kasey Kahne, 60
15. Parker Kligerman, 38
16. Kyle Larson, 31
17. Drew Herring, 26
18. Kurt Busch, 21
19. Brian Scott, 14
20. Alex Bowman, 11
21. Billy Johnson, 10
22. Michael McDowell, 8
22. Owen Kelly, 8
22. Matt Crafton, 8
25. Travis Pastrana, 5
25. Max Papis, 5
25. Danica Patrick, 5
28. Jeremy Clements, 4
28. Michael Annett, 4
30. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 3
30. Landon Cassill, 3
30. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 3
30. Joe Nemechek, 3
30. Joey Coulter, 3
30. Tony Stewart, 3
36. Kevin Swindell, 2
36. James Buescher, 2
38. Mike Bliss, 1
38. Blake Koch, 1
38. Mike Wallace, 1
38. Reed Sorenson, 1
38. Chad Hackenbracht, 1
38. Ty Dillon, 1
38. Eric McClure, 1
38. Tony Raines, 1
38. Mike Harmon, 1
38. Hal Martin, 1
38. Danny Efland, 1

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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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