Federated Auto Parts 300
|NASCAR Nationwide Series|
|Corporate sponsor||Federated Auto Parts|
|Distance||299.925 miles (482.682 km)|
Inside Traxx 300 Presented by Met-Rx (2002)|
Trace Adkins Chrome 300 (2003)
Federated Auto Parts 300 (2004–2011)
The Federated Auto Parts 300 is a discontinued NASCAR Nationwide Series race that took place at Nashville Superspeedway. The race was one of two races held at the track, which received a second date on the then-Busch Series schedule one year after the track opened. Traditionally run in early June since its 2002 inception, the race moved to late July in 2011 as part of a schedule realignment.
|Year||Date||Driver||Team||Manufacturer||Race Distance||Race Time||Average Speed|
|2002||June 8||Jack Sprague||Hendrick Motorsports||Chevrolet||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:23:41||125.244|
|2003||June 7||Scott Riggs||ppc Racing||Ford||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:31:48||118.547|
|2004||June 12||Jason Leffler||Haas CNC Racing||Chevrolet||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:36:53||114.708|
|2005||June 12*||Clint Bowyer||Richard Childress Racing||Chevrolet||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:27:20||122.141|
|2006||June 10||Carl Edwards||Roush Racing||Ford||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:25:42||123.511|
|2007||June 9||Carl Edwards||Roush Fenway Racing||Ford||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:18:28||129.949|
|2008||June 7||Brad Keselowski||JR Motorsports||Chevrolet||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:32:58||117.643|
|2009||June 6*||Kyle Busch||Joe Gibbs Racing||Toyota||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:18:46||129.682|
|2010||June 5||Brad Keselowski||Penske Racing||Dodge||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:30:46||119.36|
|2011||July 23||Carl Edwards||Roush Fenway Racing||Ford||225||299.925 (482.682)||2:14:17||134.011|
- 2005: Race postponed from Saturday to Sunday due to rain.
- 2009: Kyle Busch Smashed Guitar Painted by Sam Bass was stunned and heartbroken to see his work destroyed in victory lane.
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