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CALIFORNIA SPEEDWAY | WINSTON WEST

Standing

June 18, 1997

POINTS

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No. Driver Wins Pts. 1. Butch Gilliland 2 1,013 2. Gary Smith 2 1,006 3. Sean Woodside 0 976 4. Larry Gunselman 0 864 5. Scott Gaylord 0 847 6. Bill McAnally 0 789 7. Wayne Jacks 0 787 8. Kevin Culver 0 738 9. Dan Obrist 0 677 10. Chuck Pruett 0 657 11. Kenny Smith 0 602 12. John Kinder 0 559 13. Lew Miller 0 541 14. St. James Davis 0 527 15. Bill Sedgwick 0 381 16. Gary Collins 1 319 17. Craig Rayburn 0 299 18. Billy Kann 0 280 19. George Nordling 0 248 20. Lance Wade 0 240

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MONEY LEADERS

1. Butch Gilliland: $65,240

2. Sean Woodside: $44,890

3. Gary Smith: $37,500

4. Larry Gunselman: $30,370

5. Kevin Gulver: $12,800

6. Gary Collins: $11,900

7. Dan Obrist: $10,775

8. Scott Gaylord: $10,525

9. John Kinder: $10,250

10. Wayne Jacks: $10,150

SCHEDULE

The remaining 1997 NASCAR Winston West Series schedule with date, event, distance (L--laps; K--kilometers; RC--road course; M--miles):

* Saturday: Auto Club 200, California Speedway, Fontana (2 M, 100 L)

* July 5: Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. (.646 M)

* July 11: Portland (Ore.) Speedway ( 1/2 M, 200 L)

* July 27: Pikes Peak International Raceway, Colorado Springs, Colo. (1 M, 500 K)

* Aug. 24: Altamont Raceway Park, Tracy, Calif. ( 1/2 M, 250 L)

* Oct. 5: The Frys Electronics/Iomega 100, Sonoma, Calif. (2.52 M/RC, 100 M)

* Oct. 11: Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield( 1/2 M, 250 L)

* Nov. 8: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas (1.5 M, 300 K)

* Nov. 23: *Suzuka Circuit City, Japan (1.4 M/RC, 100 L)

*--Denotes combination event with NASCAR Winston Cup Series

NASCAR TRUCKS

STANDINGS

POINTS

1. Rich Bickle: 1,343

2. Jack Sprague: 1,303

3. Kenny Irwin: 1,288

4. Mike Bliss: 1,283

5. Butch Miller: 1,234

6. Chuck Bown: 1,234

7. Joe Ruttman: 1,224

8. Dave Rezendes: 1,199

9. Jimmy Hensley: 1,146

10. Jay Sauter: 1,143

11. Rick Crawford: 1,135

12. Ron Hornaday: 1,126

13. Rick Carelli: 1,135

14. Bob Keselowski: 1,051

15. Boris Said: 976

SCHEDULE

* Saturday: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tenn.

* June 29: Nazareth 200, Nazareth (Pa.) Speedway

* July 5: Sears DieHard 200, Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, Wis.

* July 12: Louisville (Ky.) Motor Speedway

* July 19: Colorado 250, Colorado Speedway, Erie, Colo.

* July 27: Lund Look 275, Heartland Park, Topeka, Kan.

* July 31: Cummins 200, Indianapolis Raceway Park, Clermont, Ind.

* Aug. 9: Flemmington (N.J.) Speedway

* Aug. 16: Federated Auto Parts 250, Nashville Speedway

* Aug. 24: Parts America 150, Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

* Sept. 4: Virginia Is For Lovers 200, Richmond (Va.) International Raceway

* Sept. 27: Hanes 250, Martinsville (Va.) Speedway

* Oct. 5: Kragen 151, Sears Point Raceway, Sonoma, Calif.

* Oct. 12: Dodge's California Truck Stop 300, Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield

* Oct. 18: California Speedway, Fontana

* Nov. 1: GM Goodwrench Services/Delco Battery 300, Phoenix International Raceway

* Nov. 9: Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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