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Sour Cream Dips 400

Michigan International Speedway

Brooklyn, Mich.

When: Sunday, 1 o'clock

TV/radio: TNT/WNPV (1440-AM), WDSD (94.7-FM)

Race course: 2-mile oval

Race distance: 200 laps

Last year's race winner:

Mark Martin

Last year's pole winner:

Brian Vickers, 189.110 mph

Track qualifying record: Ryan Newman, 194.232 mph (June 2005)

Track facts: Mark Martin's five wins at Michigan are the most among full-time active drivers. In winning last year's race, he only led the final lap . . . Jeff Gordon was runner-up last year; Denny Hamlin finished third . . . Brian Vickers won the summer race at Michigan. Vickers, undergoing treatments for blood clots, won the last three poles at MIS . . . Tony Stewart's third-place finish at Pocono vaulted him to 13th place in points; he's just one point behind Clint Bowyer . . . Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s last win was at Michigan in June 2008 . . . The 16 laps Sam Hornish Jr. led late in the Pocono race are the most he's led in his three-plus seasons in the Cup series. Hornish's 11th place at Pocono is his best finish of the season.

Wins: Denny Hamlin, 4; Jimmie Johnson, 3; Kyle and Kurt Busch, 2 each; Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman, Jamie McMurray, 1 each.

SPRINT CUP STANDINGS

Through 14 of 37 races

Prv. Pts. Back

1. Kevin Harvick. . . 1 2063 -

2. Kyle Busch. . . 2 2044 -19

3. Denny Hamlin. . . 5 1927 -136

4. Matt Kenseth. . . 3 1893 -170

5. Kurt Busch. . . 6 1881 -182

6. Jimmie Johnson. . . 7 1849 -214

7. Jeff Gordon. . . 4 1827 -236

8. Jeff Burton. . . 8 1803 -260

9. Carl Edwards. . . 11 1729 -334

10. Greg Biffle. . . 9 1727 -336

11. Mark Martin. . . 10 1711 -252

12. Clint Bowyer. . . 13 1686 -377

13. Tony Stewart. . . 16 1685 -378

14. Ryan Newman. . . 12 1668 -395

15. Martin Truex Jr.. . . 14 1621 -442

16. Dale Earnhardt Jr.. . . 17 1599 -464

17. Joey Logano. . . 18 1585 -478

18. Jamie McMurray. . . 15 1576 -487

19. David Reutimann. . . 19 1540 -523

20. Juan Montoya. . . 20 1513 -550

Up next: Toyota/SaveMart 350, June 20, Infineon Speedway, Sonoma, Calif., 3 p.m.; TV: TNT; last year's winner: Kasey Kahne.

- Bill Fleischman