The Autism Speaks 400 is the first of two NASCAR Sprint Cup stock
car races held at Dover International Speedway in Dover,
Delaware. It is usually held in early June. The other sprint
Cup series race held at the Monster Mile is the Dover AAA 400 held later in the year in September.
Dover International Raceway
Dover Raceway is unique in that itís exactly one mile, meaning itís not a short track or a superspeedway. Itís also made of concrete, rather than asphalt, making it even more challenging.
This racetrack represents the
very best and traditional in the motorsports betting action. Not
only is Dover International Speedway's "Monster Mile" a
challenge all its own, but one of the all-round toughest tracks
in the world will bring you this year's Nextel Cup and Busch
Series. It is very high-banked, concrete and doesn't have
room for error. Now named the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR
Nationwide Series, and the new towering fiberglass "Monster"
Forget the white cliffs of Dover, try the concrete tracks of Dover International Speedway for either the Autism Speaks 400 or itís fall counterpart, the Dover 400. Just like Lowes Motor Speedway before it, and Pocono Raceway following, there is twice the excitement to enjoy in Dover. And while many NASCAR tracks are cushy asphalt, Dover International Speedway is rock hard concrete, a brutal test of machinery on the car and a demanding trial to the driver. But if you canít take the pounding you wonít make the finish line at Dover International Speedway.
The Monster Mile has a bridge which over looks the race track and special seating for major sponsors. These seats are special not only because of the great view but the winner of the race is required to sign the seat that corresponds to the number of the race car.
Dover International Speedway is owned by Dover Motorsports, Inc. (NYSE: DVD), a leading promoter of motorsports events in the United States. DVD subsidiaries operate four tracks in three states, and present more than 400 motorsports events each year. This includes 14 major, national events which include races sanctioned by NASCAR.
Dover Race Previous names
- AAA 400 Drive for Autism
- FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks
- Autism Speaks 400 presented by Hershey's Milk & Milkshakes (2010)
- Autism Speaks 400 presented by Heluva Good! (2009)
- Best Buy 400 benefiting Student Clubs for Autism Speaks (2008)
- Autism Speaks 400 presented by Visa (2007)
- Neighborhood Excellence 400 (2006)
- MBNA RacePoints 400 (2005)
- MBNA America 400 "A Salute To Heroes" (2004)
- MBNA Armed Forces Family 400 (2003)
- MBNA Platinum 400 (1998Ė2002)
- Miller 500 (1996Ė1997)
- Miller Genuine Draft 500 (1995)
- Budweiser 500 (1984Ė1994)
- Mason-Dixon 500 (1971Ė1983)
- Mason-Dixon 300 (1969Ė1970)
Dover Race Results and Winners
2018 AAA 400 Drive for Autism Winner
Kevin Harvick took his fourth victory of the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season by winning the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway.
2017 AAA 400 Drive for Autism Winner
Jimmie Johnsonís had better days at Dover. Heís had days when heís led nearly 300 laps; heís had days when he started from the pole and drove to the win.
2016 Autism Speaks 400 Winner
Kevin Michael Harvick is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently drives the No. 4 Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series full-time.
2015 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks Winner
Jimmie Kenneth Johnson is an American stock car racing driver and a six-time champion in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He currently drives the No. 48 Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
2014 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks Winner
Jimmie Johnson wins the 2014 FedEx 400 Autism Speaks and scored his second victory in a row and ninth overall at the 1-mile concrete track.
2013 FEDEX 400 BENEFITING AUTISM SPEAKS WINNER
Tony Stewart wins 2013 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. Stewart took advantage of Jimmie Johnson's penalty for jumping the final restart. Stewart passed Juan Pablo Montoya on Lap 398 of 400 to win at Dover.
2012 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks Winner
Johnson romped again at Dover International Speedway, racing his way into the track's history books on Sunday with his seventh win on the concrete, matching the mark held by Hall of Fame drivers Richard Petty and Bobby Allison. Johnson, who won his 57th career Cup race, took charge and led the final 76 laps, pulling away for good on a restart with 31 laps left.
2011 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks Winner
Matt Kenseth wins the 2011 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at the Dover International Speedway. Kenseth and crew chief Jimmy Fennig decided to only change two tires during a pit stop with fewer than 40 laps remaining and turned that risk into his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory.
2010 Autism Speaks 400 presented by Hershey's Milk & Milkshakes Winner
Kyle Busch captured his second NSCS victory of the 2010 season, as he held off Jeff Burton to win the Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Speedway. This was Buschís 18th series career win, his second series win at Dover International Speedway, and he now is 69 points behind series leader, Kevin Harvick.
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