Facts Figures: Phoenix
April 18, 2007 | 2:41 P.M. EST
1 - Ryan Newman is the only driver to have won back-to-back poles at PIR. He won three poles in consecutive races there (2002-2004) and is tied with Rusty Wallace for the most poles (three) at Phoenix.
2 - Four drivers have each won twice at Phoenix; Davey Allison, Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kevin Harvick. All four of these drivers captured their Phoenix victories in back-to-back races.
3 - Phoenix is just one of three current NASCAR NEXTEL Cup tracks Jeff Gordon has not posted at least one victory. His best finish at Phoenix was third.
4 - Only four Phoenix races have been won from a top-10 start.
5 - Bobby Labonte has finished in the top 10 in four of the last five Phoenix races.
6 - Tony Stewart has finished in the top 10 six times at PIR.
7 - Jimmie Johnson has a 7.7 average finish in seven Phoenix races, the best of any active driver.
8 - Mark Martin has posted eight top-five and 14 top-10 finishes at Phoenix – both more than any other driver.
9 - In nine starts at Phoenix, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has posted two wins, four top fives and five top 10s.
10 - Jeff Gordon has finished in the top 10 in 10 of the last 11 Phoenix races.
12 - Ford has won 12 races at Phoenix, the most of any manufacturer at the 1.0-mile speedway.
13 - Thirteen different drivers have won Budweiser Poles at Phoenix.
17 - Seventeen different drivers have won races at Phoenix.
21 - There have been 21 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup races at PIR.
24.7 - Jamie McMurray's average finish of 24.7 at Phoenix is the worst among the top 10 drivers in the points.
29 - Ricky Rudd’s starting position of 29th in 1995 was the lowest starting position of a race winner at Phoenix.
50 - Phoenix native J.J. Yeley will make his 50th NEXTEL Cup
114.7 - Catapulted by his season sweep of Phoenix in 2006, Kevin Harvick leads all drivers with a driver rating of 114.7.
135.854 - Ryan Newman holds the current track qualifying record at Phoenix of 135.854 mph, set in qualifying for the November 2004 race.
312 - The mileage for Saturday's SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500. The race is 312 laps, which is equivalent to 500 kilometers.
608 - Mark Martin has led 608 laps at Phoenix, the most of any active driver there and second of all-time at the track.
76,812 - The grandstand seating capacity of Phoenix International Raceway.
4,961,431 - The posted awards for Saturday night's SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.