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Fast Pain Relief 500
March 30, 2015
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
First race: 1949
Distance: 263 miles (423.257 km)
Defending Champion: Kurt Busch
NASCAR goes back-to-back short track
racing this week when the Sprint Cup
Series heads to the “Paperclip” half
mile at Martinsville.
Always one of the most exciting races on
the NASCAR schedule, Martinsville
Speedway promises nothing less than a
one of a kind racing experience year in
and year out. As the first NASCAR Sprint
Cup race at Martinsville Speedway,
followed by the TUMS QuikPak 500 in the
fall. Bookmaker Sportsbook has
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Martinsville Speedway in Virginia is barely a half-mile around, it makes for some great racing action. Although its layout does not allow for high speeds, it almost always produces numerous lead changes along with lots of bumping and some inevitable crashes.
Martinsville speedway, is not only the
shortest track in the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series, but the track's long straights
and flat narrow turns always provide
hard breaking, smooth accelerations, and
breathtaking race action! More Goody's
Fast Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville
distance of approximately .526 miles,
the race venue and the race itself at
500 laps. The Martinsville Speedway is a
0.526 mile oval. The race will be 500
laps for a total of 263 miles. It’s
basically a flat track with only 12
degrees banking in the turns and no
banking on the straightaways at all.
STP 500 Results
Kurt Busch wins the 2014 STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Twelve drivers exchanged the lead a track-record 33 times. Fourteen cautions slowed the action for 92 laps.
2013 Bet STP Gas Booster 500 Winner
Jimmie Johnson dominated 2013 STP Gas Booster 500 from start to finish, leading 347 laps at Martinsville Speedway to win the 2013 STP Gas Booster 500. The victory was the eighth of Johnson's career at the half-mile track.
2012 Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 Winner
Ryan Newman won 2012 Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 and he raced ahead when Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer were involved in a late wreck. A.J. Allmendinger notched a career-best second-place finish.
2011 Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 Winner
Kevin Harvick drove the victory lane by taking home the checkered flag. Finishing second was Dale Earnhardt Jr, and coming in third was Kyle Busch. For Earnhardt, the drought is still on. Fans were cheering him on as he took the lead late in the race, but he was edged out in the end by Harvick.
2010 Goodys Fast Pain Relief 500 Winner
Denny Hamlin made a late surge on a green-white-checkered finish to get the win in the 2011 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 from Martinsville Speedway. Pre-event favorite Jimmie Johnson finished the race in ninth place. Johnson had 5/2 odds to win the race entering the event.
2009 Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 Winner
In 2009, Jimmie Johnson, the No. 48 team
came away with their fifth Martinsville
victory in the last six races, and the
win was Johnson’s first of the 2009
season, but it also marked the 25th
anniversary of Rick Hendrick’s first
ever win as a team owner, which came at
Martinsville back in 1984. Bet Goody's Fast
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