IROC XXVIII

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2004 International Race of Champions
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Matt Kenseth (seen in 2009), the IROC XXVIII champion

The 28th season of the Crown Royal International Race of Champions began on Friday, February 13, 2004 at Daytona International Speedway. The all-star roster included twelve drivers from five premier racing series. Matt Kenseth won the championship after winning the final two races to return to contention. After finishing third in the season opener, he came across the line a disappointing last in race two at Texas Motor Speedway.

The roster of drivers and final points standings were as follows:[1]

Position Driver Points Car Number Series
1 United States Matt Kenseth 72 #17 NASCAR Nextel Cup
2 United States Ryan Newman 67 #12 NASCAR Nextel Cup
3 United States Kevin Harvick 55 #29 NASCAR Nextel Cup
4 United States Jimmie Johnson 46 #48 NASCAR Nextel Cup
5 United States Kurt Busch 46 #97 NASCAR Nextel Cup
6 United States Danny Lasoski 43 #20 World of Outlaws
7 United States Scott Sharp 34 #8 Indy Racing League
8 United States Travis Kvapil 34 #24 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
9 Brazil Hélio Castroneves 32 #03 Indy Racing League
10 New Zealand Scott Dixon 30 #1 Indy Racing League
11 United States Steve Kinser 29 #11 World of Outlaws
12 United States J. J. Yeley 22 #80 USAC

Race One (Daytona International Speedway)[edit]

  1. 12- Ryan Newman
  2. 97- Kurt Busch
  3. 17- Matt Kenseth
  4. 48- Jimmie Johnson
  5. 11- Steve Kinser
  6. 03- Hélio Castroneves
  7. 29- Kevin Harvick
  8. 1- Scott Dixon
  9. 8- Scott Sharp
  10. 24- Travis Kvapil
  11. 80- J.J. Yeley
  12. 20- Danny Lasoski

Race Two (Texas Motor Speedway)[edit]

  1. 20- Danny Lasoski
  2. 29- Kevin Harvick
  3. 48- Jimmie Johnson
  4. 12- Ryan Newman
  5. 24- Travis Kvapil
  6. 8- Scott Sharp
  7. 03- Hélio Castroneves
  8. 11- Steve Kinser
  9. 1- Scott Dixon
  10. 80- J.J. Yeley
  11. 97- Kurt Busch
  12. 17-Matt Kenseth

Race Three (Richmond International Raceway)[edit]

  1. 17- Matt Kenseth
  2. 12- Ryan Newman
  3. 97- Kurt Busch
  4. 48- Jimmie Johnson
  5. 29- Kevin Harvick
  6. 8- Scott Sharp
  7. 80- J.J. Yeley
  8. 03- Hélio Castroneves
  9. 1- Scott Dixon
  10. 20- Danny Lasoski
  11. 24- Travis Kvapil
  12. 11- Steve Kinser

Race Four (Atlanta Motor Speedway)[edit]

  1. 17- Matt Kenseth
  2. 12- Ryan Newman
  3. 20- Danny Lasoski
  4. 97- Kurt Busch
  5. 24- Travis Kvapil
  6. 48- Jimmie Johnson
  7. 29- Kevin Harvick
  8. 1- Scott Dixon
  9. 11- Steve Kinser
  10. 8- Scott Sharp
  11. 03- Hélio Castroneves
  12. 80- J.J. Yeley

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