Racing Results for Nov. 6, 2000

November 7, 2000

FIA FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX–Final Point Standings
Michael Schumacher, Marlboro Ferrari, won the World Driver’s Championship at
the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka on 10/8, Ferrari’s first in 21 years.
With Schumacher’s victory in Malaysia, Ferrari edged out McLaren in the
Constructors Championship by 18 points.

NASCAR WINSTON CUP
11/5 Checker Auto Parts/Dura Lube 500K, Phoenix International Raceway,
Phoenix, AZ (1.0 mi. oval; 312 laps) Jeff Burton, #9 Citgo Supergard
Ford/Roush Racing (105.041 m.p.h. Ave. Speed; .859 sec.
Victory Margin; 2:58:13 Race Time)
Next Race: 11/12 Pennzoil 400, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, FL (1.5
mi. oval; 12:30 p.m. NBC)

NASCAR BUSCH GRAND NATIONAL SERIES
On 10/29, at Memphis Motorsports Park, Millington, TN, Jeff Green, in the #10
NesQuik/ppc Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo, became the 2000 Busch Series
Champion.
11/4 Outback Steakhouse 200, Phoenix International Raceway, Phoenix, AZ (1.0
mi. oval; 200 laps) Jeff Burton, #9 NorthernLight.com Ford/Roush Racing
(115.415 m.p.h. Ave. Speed; .962 sec. Victory Margin; 1:44:13 Race Time)
Next Race: 11/11 HotWheels.com 300, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, FL
(1.5 mi. oval; 1:10 p.m. NBC)

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES–Final Point Standings
On 10/13, Greg Biffle, #50 Grainger Ford, took the 2000 NASCAR Craftsman
Truck Series honors for Roush Racing, their first in any NASCAR division.
With a win at the Motorola 200 on 10/28 at the California Speedway in
Fontana, California, Kurt Busch in the #99 Exide Batteries/Roush Racing Ford
clinched the Rookie of the Year honors.

NHRA WINSTON CHAMPIONSHIP DRAG RACING
Nov. 4 (Rain Delay – Continuation) O’Reilly Fall Nationals, Texas Motorplex,
Ennis, TX
Top Fuel: Cory McClenathan, MBNA/Joe Gibbs Racing, 4.659 secs. @ 314.02 m.p.h.
Funny Car: John Force, Castrol GTX ’00 Ford Mustang, 4.863 secs. @ 302.55
m.p.h.
Pro Stock: Kurt Johnson, AC-Delco ’00 Pontiac Firebird, 6.966 secs. @ 196.73
m.p.h.
Pro Stock Truck: Steve Johns, Castrol Super Clean '00 Chevy S-10, 7.566 secs.
@ 178.05 m.p.h.
Gary Scelzi, Winston/Alan Johnson Racing, has won the Top Fuel Championship.
John Force, Castrol GTX '00 Ford Mustang, has won the Funny Car Championship,
for the 10th time in his career.
Jeg Coughlin, Jr., Jeg's Mail Order '97 Olds Cutlass, has won the Pro Stock
Championship, his first.
Bob Panella, Jr., Panella Trucking '00 Chevy S-10, is a repeat champion in
Pro Stock Truck.
Next Race: 11/12 Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals, Pomona
Raceway, Pomona, CA

CART FedEx CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES-Final Point Standings
10/30 The 500 Presented by Toyota, at the California Speedway, Fontana, CA
(250 laps - postponed from 10/29 due to rain) Christian Fittipaldi, #11 Big
Kmart/Route 66/Newman-Haas Ford Cosworth XF/Lola (3.63 Race Time; 139.56
m.p.h. Ave.; .194 Victory Margin)
Gil de Ferran, Marlboro Team Penske Honda Reynard, has won the FedEx
Championship Series for 2000, his first CART championship, and the 10th for
Team Penske.
Kenny Brack, #8 Shell/Team Rahal Ford, co-owned by TV's David Letterman,
clinches the Rookie-of-the-Year honors, finishing 4th overall in the point
standings.

WORLD OF OUTLAWS-Final Point Standings
Steve Kinser, #11 Quaker State Maxim, won his 16th Pennzoil WoO Series
Championship, by virtue of his victory at the Lone Star Classic in Houston on
10/21.
11/3 ZMAX Silver State Shootout, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, NV
Cancelled - track surface deemed unsafe after a week of rain

GRAND AMERICAN ROAD RACING–Final Point Standings
SportsRacer: James Weaver, Dyson/Ford
SportsRacer II: Larry Oberto/Ryan Hampton, Nissan/Lola
GTO: Ron Johnson/ Terry Borcheller, Saleen/Allen Speedlab
GTU: Mike Fitzgerald, G& W Racing Porsche
AGT: Doug Mills, Leavy/Hamilton Safe Chevrolet Camaro

INDY RACING LEAGUE NORTHERN LIGHTS SERIES–Final Point Standings
Buddy Lazier, #91 Olds Dallara, won the 2000 IRL Northern Light Series
championship.
#88 Airton Dare guided Team Xtreme’s Olds/G-Force to Rookie-of-the-Year
honors.
Next Race: 3/18/2001 Phoenix International Raceway, Phoenix, AZ (ABC 4:00
p.m.)

SCCA BFGOODRICH TIRES TRANS-AM SERIES
Next Race: 11/19 Aruba Motorsports Complex, Oranjestad, Aruba

IHRA SUMMIT RACING SERIES
11/5 CarQuest Autumn Nationals, Rockingham , NC (rescheduled from 9/23
rainout)
Top Fuel: Clay Millican, eAuto.com dragster, 7.475 ET @ 222.03 m.p.h.
Pro Modified: Steve Vick, Kyles Trucking '68 Chevy Camaro, 6.294 ET @ 227.77
m.p.h.
Funny Car: Bob Newberry, '00 Dodge Avenger, 6.034 ET @ 242.84 m.p.h.
Pro Stock: Tom Lee, '00 Ford Mustang, 6.582 ET @ 213.57 m.p.h.
Pro Outlaw: Mick Snyder, Snyder Racing Spitzer-Chevy, 6.172 ET @ 231.28 m.p.h.

ASA AC-DELCO SERIES-Final Point Standings
Gary St. Amant, Wynn’s/GM Goodwrench Service Plus/API Cherry clinched the ASA
AC-DELCO Series Championship on 10/1.
#83 echosource83.com/Zaxby’s/Racing Radios/Pro Shocks/Airgas driver Joey
Clanton took Rookie-of-the-year honors.
Next Race: 2/17/01 Florida Speed Park, St. Augustine, FL (9:00 p.m. TNN)

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