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NASCAR Number for Oct. 1, 2013
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - 14:25 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service
That’s the first time a non-Chase driver has failed to crack the top 10 in a Chase race since NASCAR’s 10-race playoff debuted in 2004. Race winner and five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson led the onslaught. Admittedly, there are 13 Chase drivers this year instead of the usual 12--after the last-minute addition of Jeff Gordon -- but Sunday’s race nevertheless is a remarkable case of the cream rising to the top. Eleventh-place finisher Jamie McMurray was the best of the non-Chase drivers.