Toyota Owners 400

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Toyota Owners 400
NASCAR Cup Series
VenueRichmond Raceway
LocationRichmond, Virginia, United States
Corporate sponsorToyota
First race1953
Distance300 miles (480 km)
Laps400[1]
Stage 1: 80
Stage 2: 155
Final stage: 165
Previous namesRichmond 200 (1953, 1955–1957, 1960–1961)
Richmond 100 (1959)
Richmond 250 (1962–1968)
Richmond 500 (1969–1975)
Richmond 400 (1976–1983)
Miller High Life 400 (1984–1987)
Pontiac Excitement 400 (1988–2003)
Chevy American Revolution 400 (2004–2005)
Crown Royal 400 (2006)
Crown Royal presents the Your Name Here 400 (2007–2011)
Capital City 400 presented by Virginia is for Lovers (2012)
Most wins (driver)Richard Petty (6)
Most wins (team)Joe Gibbs Racing (10)
Most wins (manufacturer)Chevrolet (23)
Circuit information
SurfaceAsphalt
Length0.75 mi (1.21 km)
Turns4

The Toyota Owners 400 is a 400 lap NASCAR Cup Series stock car race held at the Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Virginia. From 2007 to 2011, former race title sponsor Crown Royal named the race after the winner of an essay contest during Daytona Speedweeks. The winner of the first essay contest was Jim Stewart from Houma, Louisiana, with subsequent contests won by Dan Lowry of Columbiana, Ohio, and Russ Friedman of Huntington, New York,[2] with the 2010 race being named for Army veteran Heath Calhoun of Clarksville, Tennessee. Since 2010 only military service members have been eligible to win the contest.[3] Crown Royal moved the "Your Name Here" sponsorship to the Brickyard 400 beginning in 2012.

For several years, the race was held as a Sunday afternoon event the weekend after the Daytona 500 in February. Lights were installed at the facility in 1991, but the spring race remained during the day. Consistent cold weather, and even a snow delay in 1989, prompted track officials to move the race later in the spring. The race was moved around to May or June and permanently moved from Sunday afternoons to Saturday nights. After a few years, the race eventually fixed as a May race date by 1999. Starting in 2012, the race was held on the last Saturday in April, after the race switched dates with the spring Talladega race. The race returned to Sunday afternoon in 2016 but returned to Saturday night in 2018. The 2020 race was not held due to the COVID-19 pandemic, being replaced with a race at Darlington Raceway.[4]

Kyle Larson is the defending winner of the race.

2019 Toyota Owners 400, won by Martin Truex Jr.

Past winners[edit]

Year Date No. Driver Team Sponsor Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Report Ref
Laps Miles (km)
1953 April 19 42 Lee Petty Petty Enterprises N/A Dodge 200 100 (160.934) 2:11:48 45.535 Report [5]
1954 Not held
1955 May 22 300 Tim Flock Carl Kiekhaefer Mercury Outboards Chrysler 200 100 (160.934) 1:50:30 54.298 Report [6]
1956 April 29 87 Buck Baker Carl Kiekhaefer N/A Dodge 200 100 (160.934) 1:46:42 56.232 Report [7]
1957 May 5 12 Paul Goldsmith Pete DePaolo DePaolo Engineering Ford 200 100 (160.934) 1:36:05 62.445 Report [8]
1958 Not held
1959 June 21 59 Tom Pistone Carl Rupert Rupert Safety Belt T-Bird 200 100 (160.934) 1:45:29 56.881 Report [9]
1960 June 5 42 Lee Petty Petty Enterprises N/A Plymouth 200 100 (160.934) 1:36:23 62.251 Report [10]
1961 April 23 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises N/A Plymouth 200 100 (160.934) 1:36:04 62.456 Report [11]
1962 April 1 4 Rex White Rex White Louis Clements Chevrolet 180* 90 (144.84) 1:45:08 51.363 Report [12]
1963 April 7 8 Joe Weatherly Bud Moore Engineering N/A Pontiac 250 125 (201.168) 2:06:16 58.624 Report [13]
1964 March 10 6 David Pearson Cotton Owens N/A Dodge 250 125 (201.168) 2:07:51 60.233 Report [14]
1965 March 7 26 Junior Johnson Junior Johnson & Associates N/A Ford 250 125 (201.168) 2:02:07 61.416 Report [15]
1966 May 15 6 David Pearson Cotton Owens Southside Dodge Dodge 250 125 (201.168) 1:52:43 66.539 Report [16]
1967 April 30 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises Plymouth by Petty Plymouth 250 125 (201.168) 1:53:40 65.982 Report [17]
1968 March 24 17 David Pearson Holman-Moody N/A Ford 250 125 (201.168) 1:55:55 65.217 Report [18]
1969 April 13 17 David Pearson Holman-Moody East Tennessee Motor Company/Torino Cobra Ford 500 250 (402.336) 3:23:23 73.752 Report [19]
1970 March 1 48 James Hylton James Hylton Mallory's Speed Shop Ford 500 271 (436.132) 3:18:11 82.044 Report [20]
1971 March 7 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises Plymouth by Petty Plymouth 500 271 (436.132) 3:23:20 79.836 Report [21]
1972 Feb 27 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises STP Plymouth 500 271 (436.132) 3:32:12 76.258 Report [22]
1973 Feb 25 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises STP Dodge 500 271 (436.132) 3:37:29 74.764 Report [23]
1974 Feb 24 12 Bobby Allison Bobby Allison Coca-Cola Chevrolet 450* 243.9 (392.519) 3:02:02 80.095 Report [24]
1975 Feb 23 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises STP Dodge 500 271 (436.132) 3:37:03 74.913 Report [25]
1976 March 7 71 Dave Marcis Nord Krauskopf K&K Insurance Dodge 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:58:44 72.792 Report [26]
1977 Feb 27 11 Cale Yarborough Junior Johnson & Associates Holly Farms Chevrolet 245* 132.79 (213.704) 1:49:01 73.084 Report [27]
1978 Feb 26 72 Benny Parsons L.G. DeWitt 1st National City Travelers Checks Chevrolet 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:41:59 80.304 Report [28]
1979 March 11 11 Cale Yarborough Junior Johnson & Associates Busch Oldsmobile 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:35:34 83.608 Report [29]
1980 Feb 24 88 Darrell Waltrip DiGard Motorsports Gatorade Chevrolet 400 216.8 (348.905) 3:12:08 67.703 Report [30]
1981 Feb 22 11 Darrell Waltrip Junior Johnson & Associates Mountain Dew Buick 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:49:53 76.57 Report [31]
1982 Feb 21 71 Dave Marcis Dave Marcis J.D. Stacy Chevrolet 250* 135.5 (218.066) 1:51:30 72.914 Report [32]
1983 Feb 27 22 Bobby Allison DiGard Motorsports Miller High Life Chevrolet 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:43:45 79.584 Report [33]
1984 Feb 26 15 Ricky Rudd Bud Moore Engineering Wrangler Jeans Ford 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:09:31 76.736 Report [34]
1985 Feb 24 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing Wrangler Jeans Chevrolet 400 216.8 (348.905) 3:11:27 67.945 Report [35]
1986* Feb 23 7 Kyle Petty Wood Brothers Racing 7-Eleven Ford 400 216.8 (348.905) 3:02:54 71.078 Report [36]
1987 March 8 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing Wrangler Jeans Chevrolet 400 216.8 (348.905) 2:39:34 81.52 Report [37]
1988* Feb 21 75 Neil Bonnett RahMoc Enterprises Valvoline Pontiac 400 216.8 (348.905) 3:15:54 66.401 Report [38]
1989 Mar 26* 27 Rusty Wallace Blue Max Racing Kodiak Pontiac 400 300 (482.803) 3:20:51 89.619 Report [39]
1990 Feb 25 6 Mark Martin Roush Racing Folgers Ford 400 300 (482.803) 3:15:18 92.158 Report [40]
1991 Feb 24 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing GM Goodwrench Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 2:50:47 105.937 Report [41]
1992 March 8 11 Bill Elliott Junior Johnson & Associates Budweiser Ford 400 300 (482.803) 2:52:27 104.378 Report [42]
1993 March 7 28 Davey Allison Robert Yates Racing Havoline Ford 400 300 (482.803) 2:47:07 107.709 Report [43]
1994 March 6 28 Ernie Irvan Robert Yates Racing Texaco/Havoline Ford 400 300 (482.803) 3:03:03 98.334 Report [44]
1995 March 5 5 Terry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Kellogg's Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 2:49:08 106.425 Report [45]
1996 March 3 24 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports DuPont Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 2:55:11 102.75 Report [46]
1997 March 2 2 Rusty Wallace Penske Racing Miller Lite Ford 400 300 (482.803) 2:45:54 108.499 Report [47]
1998* June 6 5 Terry Labonte Hendrick Motorsports Kellogg's Corn Flakes Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:05:29 97.044 Report [48]
1999 May 15 88 Dale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Quality Care/Ford Credit Ford 400 300 (482.803) 2:59:49 100.102 Report [49]
2000 May 6 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Budweiser Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:01:08 99.374 Report [50]
2001 May 5 20 Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing The Home Depot Pontiac 400 300 (482.803) 3:07:45 95.872 Report [51]
2002 May 4/5* 20 Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing The Home Depot Pontiac 400 300 (482.803) 3:27:19 86.824 Report [52]
2003 May 3 25 Joe Nemechek Hendrick Motorsports UAW/Delphi Chevrolet 393* 294.75 (474.354) 3:23:47 86.783 Report [53]
2004 May 15 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Budweiser Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:03:12 98.253 Report [54]
2005 May 14 9 Kasey Kahne Evernham Motorsports Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge 400 300 (482.803) 2:59:26 100.316 Report [55]
2006 May 6 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Budweiser Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:05:27 97.061 Report [56]
2007 May 6* 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:17:53 91.27 Report [57]
2008 May 3 07 Clint Bowyer Richard Childress Racing BB&T Chevrolet 410* 307.5 (494.873) 3:12:37 95.786 Report [58]
2009 May 2 18 Kyle Busch* Joe Gibbs Racing Combos Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:18:37 90.627 Report [59]
2010 May 1 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing M&M's Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:00:47 99.567 Report [60]
2011 April 30 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing M&M's Pretzel Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:08:55 95.28 Report [61]
2012 April 28 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing M&M's Brown Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 2:51:06 105.202 Report [62]
2013 April 27 29 Kevin Harvick Richard Childress Racing Bell Helicopter Chevrolet 406* 304.5 (490.045) 3:18:17 92.141 Report [63]
2014 April 26 22 Joey Logano Team Penske Shell/Pennzoil Ford 400 300 (482.803) 3:20:47 91.369 Report [64]
2015 April 26* 41 Kurt Busch Stewart-Haas Racing HAAS Automation Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:05:16 97.157 Report [65]
2016 April 24 19 Carl Edwards Joe Gibbs Racing Xfinity Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:05:26 97.07 Report [66]
2017 April 30 22 Joey Logano Team Penske Shell/Pennzoil Ford 400 300 (482.803) 3:12:08 93.685 Report [67]
2018 April 21 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing M&M's Flavor Vote Toyota 402* 301.5 (485.217) 3:08:01 96.215 Report [68]
2019 April 13 19 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing Auto-Owners Insurance Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:00:16 99.852 Report [69]
2020 Moved to Darlington because of the COVID-19 pandemic.[70][71]
2021 April 18 48 Alex Bowman Hendrick Motorsports Ally Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:06:57 96.282 Report [72]
2022 April 3 11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing FedEx Express Toyota 400 300 (482.803) 3:04:43 97.447 Report [73]
2023 April 2 5 Kyle Larson Hendrick Motorsports HendrickCars.com Chevrolet 400 300 (482.803) 3:17:37 91.085 Report [74]
2024 March 31 Report
  • 1962: Race shortened due to darkness.
  • 1974: Race shortened due to the energy crisis.
  • 1977, 1982, and 2003: Race shortened due to rain.
  • 1986: This race is largely remembered for its controversy. Dale Earnhardt spun out Darrell Waltrip at the end, and both cars crashed. Petty slipped by to win.
  • 1988: Last race on the old layout.
  • 1989: Race rescheduled one month later due to snow.
  • 1998: Race moved to a Saturday night event.
  • 2002: Race started on Saturday night but was finished on Sunday afternoon due to rain.[75]
  • 2007 and 2015: Race postponed from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon due to rain.[76][77]
  • 2008, 2013, and 2018: Race extended due to a NASCAR Overtime finish.
    • 2008 – 410 laps
    • 2013 – 406 laps
    • 2018 – 402 laps
  • 2009: Kyle Busch won on his 24th birthday.[78]
  • 2020: Race moved to Darlington due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[70][71]

Track length notes[edit]

  • 1953–1969: 0.5 mile course
  • 1970–1988: 0.542 mile course
  • 1989–present: 0.75 mile course

Multiple winners (drivers)[edit]

Wins Driver Years Won
6 Richard Petty 1961, 1967, 1971–1973, 1975
5 Kyle Busch 2009–2012, 2018
4 David Pearson 1964, 1966, 1968–1969
3 Dale Earnhardt 1985, 1987, 1991
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2000, 2004, 2006
2 Lee Petty 1953, 1960
Cale Yarborough 1977, 1979
Darrell Waltrip 1980–1981
Dave Marcis 1976, 1982
Bobby Allison 1974, 1983
Rusty Wallace 1989, 1997
Terry Labonte 1995, 1998
Tony Stewart 2001–2002
Joey Logano 2014, 2017

Multiple winners (teams)[edit]

Wins Driver Years Won
10 Joe Gibbs Racing 2001–2002, 2009–2012, 2016, 2018–2019, 2022
8 Petty Enterprises 1953, 1960–1961, 1967, 1971–1973, 1975
7 Hendrick Motorsports 1995–1996, 1998, 2003, 2007, 2021, 2023
5 Junior Johnson & Associates 1965, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1992
Richard Childress Racing 1985, 1987, 1991, 2008, 2013
3 Robert Yates Racing 1993–1994, 1999
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 2000, 2004, 2006
Team Penske 1997, 2014, 2017
2 Carl Kiekhaefer 1955–1956
Bud Moore Engineering 1963, 1984
Cotton Owens 1964, 1966
Holman-Moody 1968–1969
DiGard Motorsports 1980, 1983

Manufacturers wins[edit]

Wins Manufacturer Years Won
23 Chevrolet 1962, 1974, 1977–1978, 1980, 1982–1983, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1995–1996, 1998, 2000, 2003–2004, 2006–2008, 2013, 2015, 2021, 2023
15 Ford 1957, 1965, 1968–1970, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1992–1994, 1997, 1999, 2014, 2017
8 Dodge 1953, 1956, 1964, 1966, 1973, 1975–1976, 2005
Toyota 2009–2012, 2016, 2018–2019, 2022
5 Plymouth 1960–1961, 1967, 1971–1972
Pontiac 1963, 1988–1989, 2001–2002
1 Chrysler 1955
T-Bird 1959
Buick 1981

Crown Royal Sweepstakes winners[edit]

Year Winner
2007 Jim Stewart
2008 Dan Lowry
2009 Russ Friedman
2010 Heath Calhoun
2011 Matthew and Daniel Hansen

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