Würth 400

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Würth 400
NASCAR Cup Series
VenueDover Motor Speedway
LocationDover, Delaware, United States
Corporate sponsorWürth
First race1969
Distance400 miles (643.738 km)
Laps400
Stages 1/2: 120 each
Final stage: 160
Previous namesMason-Dixon 300 (1969–1970)
Mason-Dixon 500 (1971–1983)
Budweiser 500 (1984–1994)
Miller Genuine Draft 500 (1995)
Miller 500 (1996–1997)
MBNA Platinum 400 (1998–2002)
MBNA Armed Forces Family 400 (2003)
MBNA America 400 "A Salute To Heroes" (2004)
MBNA RacePoints 400 (2005)
Neighborhood Excellence 400 (2006)
Autism Speaks 400 presented by Visa (2007)
Best Buy 400 benefiting Student Clubs for Autism Speaks (2008)
Autism Speaks 400 presented by Heluva Good! (2009)
Autism Speaks 400 presented by Hershey's Milk & Milkshakes (2010)
FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks (2011–2015)
AAA 400 Drive for Autism (2016–2018)
Gander RV 400 (2019)[1]
Drydene 311 (2020)
Drydene 400 (2021)
DuraMAX Drydene 400 (2022)
Most wins (driver)Jimmie Johnson (6)
Most wins (team)Hendrick Motorsports (12)
Most wins (manufacturer)Chevrolet (22)
Circuit information
SurfaceConcrete
Length1 mi (1.6 km)
Turns4

The Würth 400 is a 400-mile (640 km) NASCAR Cup Series stock car race held annually at Dover Motor Speedway in Dover, Delaware in the spring.

History[edit]

The 2013 FedEx 400, won by Tony Stewart after a late-race penalty took Jimmie Johnson out of contention.

The 2020 race was postponed to August due to the COVID-19 pandemic and became a doubleheader with the second race. Both events were named the Drydene 311 as their race lengths were shortened.[2][3] For 2021, the race length was restored to 400 miles.

Alex Bowman won the race in 2021 as part of a historic 1-2-3-4 finish for Hendrick Motorsports.

In September 2021, RelaDyne bought the Drydene brand which was the title sponsor of the race. The company added another one of their brands, DuraMAX, to the title sponsor of the race. RelaDyne was also included in the name of the race as a presenting sponsor. As a result, in 2022, the name of the race became the DuraMAX Drydene 400 presented by RelaDyne.[4] In 2023, Würth, which has been a sponsor on Team Penske's NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series cars for a few races each year since 2012, became the title sponsor of the "Monster Mile" race.[5][6]

Past winners[edit]

Year Date No. Driver Team Sponsor Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Report Ref
Laps Miles (km)
1969 July 6 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises East Tennessee Motors Ford 300 300 (482.803) 2:35:28 115.772 Report [7]
1970 Sept 20 43 Richard Petty Petty Enterprises Southern Chrysler & Plymouth Plymouth 300 300 (482.803) 2:40:34 112.103 Report [8]
1971 June 6 12 Bobby Allison Holman-Moody Coca-Cola Mercury 500 500 (804.672) 4:30:40 123.119 Report [9]
1972 June 4 12 Bobby Allison Richard Howard Coca-Cola Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:12:49 118.019 Report [10]
1973 June 3 21 David Pearson Wood Brothers Racing Purolator Mercury 500 500 (804.672) 4:10:32 119.745 Report [11]
1974 May 19 11 Cale Yarborough Richard Howard Kar-Kare Chevrolet 450* 450 (724.204) 3:54:40 115.057 Report [12]
1975 May 18 21 David Pearson Wood Brothers Racing Purolator Mercury 500 500 (804.672) 4:57:32 100.82 Report [13]
1976 May 16 72 Benny Parsons L.G. DeWitt King's Row Fireplaces Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:19:53 115.436 Report [14]
1977 May 15 11 Cale Yarborough Junior Johnson & Associates Holly Farms Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:03:26 123.327 Report [15]
1978 May 21 21 David Pearson Wood Brothers Racing Purolator Mercury 500 500 (804.672) 4:21:38 114.664 Report [16]
1979 May 20 21 Neil Bonnett Wood Brothers Racing Purolator Mercury 500 500 (804.672) 4:29:37 111.269 Report [17]
1980 May 18 15 Bobby Allison Bud Moore Engineering Mike Curb/Hodgdon Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:23:28 113.866 Report [18]
1981 May 17 90 Jody Ridley Junie Donlavey Truxmore/Sunny King Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:17:18 116.595 Report [19]
1982 May 16 88 Bobby Allison DiGard Motorsports Gatorade Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:09:43 120.136 Report [20]
1983 May 15 22 Bobby Allison DiGard Motorsports Miller High Life Buick 500 500 (804.672) 4:21:13 114.847 Report [21]
1984 May 20 43 Richard Petty Curb Racing STP Pontiac 500 500 (804.672) 4:12:42 118.717 Report [22]
1985 May 19 9 Bill Elliott Melling Racing Coors Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:03:43 123.094 Report [23]
1986 May 18 5 Geoffrey Bodine Hendrick Motorsports Levi Garrett Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:20:51 115.009 Report [24]
1987 May 31 28 Davey Allison Ranier-Lundy Havoline Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:25:35 112.958 Report [25]
1988 June 5 9 Bill Elliott Melling Racing Coors Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:12:41 118.726 Report [26]
1989 June 4 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing GM Goodwrench Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:06:34 121.67 Report [27]
1990 June 3 10 Derrike Cope Whitcomb Racing Purolator Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:02:01 123.96 Report [28]
1991 June 2 25 Ken Schrader Hendrick Motorsports Kodiak Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:09:41 120.152 Report [29]
1992 May 31 33 Harry Gant Leo Jackson Racing Skoal Bandit Oldsmobile 500 500 (804.672) 4:34:05 109.456 Report [30]
1993 June 6 3 Dale Earnhardt Richard Childress Racing GM Goodwrench Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:44:06 105.6 Report [31]
1994 June 5 2 Rusty Wallace Penske Racing Miller Genuine Draft Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:52:36 102.529 Report [32]
1995 June 4 42 Kyle Petty SABCO Racing Coors Light Pontiac 500 500 (804.672) 4:10:15 119.88 Report [33]
1996 June 2 24 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports DuPont Chevrolet 500 500 (804.672) 4:04:25 122.741 Report [34]
1997 June 1 10 Ricky Rudd Rudd Performance Motorsports Tide Mountain Spring Ford 500 500 (804.672) 4:21:42 114.635 Report [35]
1998 May 31 88 Dale Jarrett Robert Yates Racing Quality Care/Ford Credit Ford 400 400 (643.737) 3:20:46 119.522 Report [36]
1999 June 6 18 Bobby Labonte Joe Gibbs Racing MBNA/Interstate Batteries Pontiac 400 400 (643.737) 3:19:00 120.603 Report [37]
2000 June 4 20 Tony Stewart Joe Gibbs Racing The Home Depot Pontiac 400 400 (643.737) 3:39:09 109.514 Report [38]
2001 June 3 24 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports DuPont Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:19:24 120.361 Report [39]
2002 June 2 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:24:10 117.551 Report [40]
2003 June 1 12 Ryan Newman Penske Racing Alltel Dodge 400 400 (643.737) 3:44:31 106.896 Report [41]
2004 June 6 6 Mark Martin Roush Racing Viagra Ford 400 400 (643.737) 4:07:19 97.042 Report [42]
2005 June 5 16 Greg Biffle Roush Racing National Guard/Charter Ford 400 400 (643.737) 3:15:43 122.626 Report [43]
2006 June 4 17 Matt Kenseth Roush Racing DeWalt Ford 400 400 (643.737) 3:38:27 109.865 Report [44]
2007 June 4* 1 Martin Truex Jr. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:21:45 118.95 Report [45]
2008 June 1 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing Combos Toyota 400 400 (643.737) 3:18:04 121.171 Report [46]
2009 May 31 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:28:16 115.237 Report [47]
2010 May 16 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing M&M's Toyota 400 400 (643.737) 3:06:21 128.79 Report [48]
2011* May 15 17 Matt Kenseth Roush Fenway Racing Wiley X Sunglasses Ford 400 400 (643.737) 3:11:07 125.578 Report [49]
2012 June 3 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's Build & Grow/Madagascar 3 Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:15:23 122.835 Report [50]
2013 June 2 14 Tony Stewart Stewart-Haas Racing Code 3 Associates Helping Oklahoma/Mobil 1 Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:14:51 123.172 Report [51]
2014 June 1 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:23:52 117.724 Report [52]
2015 May 31 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's Pro Services Chevrolet 405* 405 (651.784) 3:23:16 119.547 Report [53]
2016 May 15 20 Matt Kenseth Joe Gibbs Racing Dollar General Toyota 400 400 (643.737) 3:39:29 109.348 Report [54]
2017 June 4 48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Lowe's Chevrolet 406* 406 (653.394) 3:52:06 104.955 Report [55]
2018 May 6 4 Kevin Harvick Stewart-Haas Racing Jimmy John's Ford 400 400 (643.737) 3:28:37 115.044 Report [56]
2019 May 6* 19 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing SiriusXM Toyota 400 400 (643.737) 3:08:37 127.242 Report [57]
2020 August 22* 11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing FedEx Office Toyota 311 311 (500.506) 2:30:03 124.359 Report [58]
2021 May 16 48 Alex Bowman Hendrick Motorsports Ally Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:19:55 120.05 Report [59]
2022 May 1–2* 9 Chase Elliott Hendrick Motorsports NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 400 400 (643.737) 3:49:39 104.507 Report [60]
2023 May 1* 19 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Toyota 400 400 (643.737) 3:27:47 115.505 Report [61]
2024 April 28 Report

Notes[edit]

  • 1974: Race shortened due to energy crisis.
  • 2007, 2019, and 2023: Races postponed from Sunday to Monday due to rain.
  • 2015 and 2017: Races extended due to NASCAR overtime.
  • 2020: Race postponed from May 3 and ran as a twin-race event with regularly scheduled fall race on August 23 due to COVID-19 pandemic. Both races shortened to 311 miles (500.506 km).[62]
  • 2022 Race started on Sunday afternoon but finished on Monday afternoon due to rain.[63]

Multiple winners (drivers)[edit]

# Wins Driver Years Won
6 Jimmie Johnson 2002, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017
5 Bobby Allison 1971, 1972, 1980, 1982, 1983
3 David Pearson 1973, 1975, 1978
Richard Petty 1969, 1970, 1984
Matt Kenseth 2006, 2011, 2016
Martin Truex Jr. 2007, 2019, 2023
2 Cale Yarborough 1974, 1977
Bill Elliott 1985, 1988
Dale Earnhardt 1989, 1993
Jeff Gordon 1996, 2001
Kyle Busch 2008, 2010
Tony Stewart 2000, 2013

Multiple winners (teams)[edit]

# Wins Team Years Won
12 Hendrick Motorsports 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2021, 2022
8 Joe Gibbs Racing 1999, 2000, 2008, 2010, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2023
4 Wood Brothers Racing 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979
RFK Racing 2004-2006, 2011
2 Petty Enterprises 1969, 1970
Richard Howard 1972, 1974
DiGard Motorsports 1982, 1983
Melling Racing 1985, 1988
Richard Childress Racing 1989, 1993
Penske Racing 1994, 2003
Stewart-Haas Racing 2013, 2018

Manufacturer wins[edit]

# Wins Manufacturer Years Won
22 Chevrolet 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1982, 1986, 1989,-1991, 1993, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2007, 2009, 2012-2015, 2017, 2021, 2022
14 Ford 1969, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2004-2006, 2011, 2018
6 Toyota 2008, 2010, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2023
5 Mercury 1971, 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979
4 Pontiac 1984, 1995, 1999, 2000
1 Plymouth 1970
Buick 1983
Oldsmobile 1992
Dodge 2003

[edit]

# Wins Sponsor Years Won
6 Lowe's 2002, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017
5 Purolator 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1990
3 Coors 1985, 1988, 1995
2 Coca-Cola 1971, 1972
Miller 1983, 1994
GM Goodwrench 1989, 1993
DuPont 1996, 2001
Kobalt Tools 2009, 2014
Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats 2007, 2023

Notable moments[edit]

Eventual race winner Matt Kenseth leads in the closing laps of the 2016 AAA 400 Drive for Autism
2022 DuraMAX Drydene 400
  • 2014: Coming off turn two, A. J. Allmendinger came across Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and got loose. He collected Greg Biffle and both got loose. Biffle went into the wall tail-first, hit Stenhouse, and sent him into the outside wall and headfirst into the inside one on the backstretch. Landon Cassill and Ryan Truex also spun out in Turn 1. This brought out the third caution of the race. The race was then red-flagged, while Justin Allgaier also took damage when he was clipped in the side by Biffle. Kevin Harvick took the lead from Johnson on lap 142 while on lap 157, Jamie McMurray hit a piece on concrete in Turn 2, hit the wall in Turn 3, and brought out the fourth caution. This happened in a similar fashion to Jeff Gordon at Martinsville Speedway in 2004. NASCAR was forced to red flag the race for a second time to fix a hole in the track, while the concrete also damaged the glass covering the crossover bridge that crosses over the top of Turn 2. The race was suspended for 22 minutes, with Harvick holding the lead at the restart. However, just after the restart, Harvick had a tire go down and Matt Kenseth took the lead, Johnson retook the lead on lap 179, and upon completing lap 215, he became the all-time leader in laps led at Dover. Bowman hit the wall for a third time in turn 1 and brought out the fifth caution on lap 218. J. J. Yeley brought out the sixth caution on lap 240 after blowing his engine, while debris brought out the seventh caution with forty laps to go. Casey Mears' right-rear tire came apart and the inner-liner rubber that came off the tire brought out the eighth caution with eight laps to go. Johnson held off a four-lap charge by Brad Keselowski to take his second win of the season – successively, for the 13th time in his career – and 68th of his career. "It is incredible," Johnson said. "This race car was awesome. I just have so much to be thankful for. Chad (crew chief Knaus) told me I'd love the car, and sure enough, from the time we unloaded the car, he was right." Keselowski described his day as "up and down" and that his car did not progress as much as he had liked until the halfway mark of the race.[64]
  • 2015: For the first few laps, Truex Jr. kept Hamlin from getting a big lead, but as the field caught the tail end of the field, Hamlin jumped to a bigger lead. Eventually, Truex Jr. took back the lead on lap 145. The second round of pit stops began on lap 150 when Clint Bowyer hit pit road. Truex Jr. surrendered the lead to pit on lap 158 and gave it to Hamlin. He pitted on lap 160 and handed the lead to teammate Carl Edwards. He pitted on lap 162 and handed the lead to Dale Earnhardt Jr. The second caution flew on lap 163 when Ricky Stenhouse Jr. had a tire blow out and slammed the wall in turn 2. David Gilliland was tagged for speeding on pit road during the green flag stops and was forced to serve a drive-through penalty. Edwards was tagged for taking equipment out of the pit box after the wrench used to adjust the track bar got stuck in the hole and restarted the race from the tail end of the field.[65] The race restarted on lap 169 with Truex Jr. in the lead. The third caution of the race flew on lap 176 for a 3-car wreck on the front stretch.[66] This began when Trevor Bayne while exiting turn 4, was moving up the track and got turned by Michael Annett. He overcorrected, turned down, and hit the inside wall. Annett continued to ride the wall before getting rear-ended by Allgaier. Annett continued on, but Allgaier did not. While Truex opted not to pit, most of the cars on the lead lap behind him did.[67] The race restarted with two laps to go at a scheduled green-white-checkered finish, Johnson shot ahead of teammate Kasey Kahne and held off Harvick to score his tenth career win at Dover.[68] He became the fifth driver to have 10 or more wins at a single track.[69]
  • 2016: The race at Dover moved up two weeks before the All-Star Race at Charlotte, A major multi-car wreck occurred after their restart just past the start/finish line brought out the 11th caution of the race.[70] Johnson's car stalled out, fell backward, and caused an 18-car wreck.[71] Johnson, Truex, Harvick, McMurray, Newman, A. J. Allmendinger, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Aric Almirola, Hamlin, Biffle, Casey Mears, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Clint Bowyer, Trevor Bayne, Paul Menard, and Michael McDowell were all collected in the wreck.[72] Johnson said afterward that as soon as he "went from second and tried to go into third, I kind of got up into the neutral gate of the transmission and it didn't even want to go to third," Johnson said. "It stopped before it ever went to third. And then I tried fourth and third and eventually, I got hit from behind...I thought maybe I missed a shift, but it wouldn't go into gear. Martin was good and patient with me. He gave me a couple of opportunities to try to find gear but it just locked out and wouldn't go into gear for some reason."[73] The subsequent cleanup forced the red flag to fly. The red flag was lifted after 11 minutes and 22 seconds, The race restarted with 35 laps to go. Despite a hard-fought battle towards the finish with Larson and Chase Elliott, Kenseth – who assumed the lead after the multi-car wreck with 46 laps to go – drove on to score the victory.[74]
  • 2021: For the first time since 1970, the track would only host one race instead of two. Alex Bowman bested his teammate Kyle Larson on pit road to win Dover's lone race of 2021. Bowman's victory capped off Hendrick Motorsports finishing 1-2-3-4. It is just the fourth time this was accomplished, and first since Roush-Fenway Racing did it at Homestead in 2005. While Bowman won and Larson was second, Chase Elliott finished 3rd, and William Byron finished 4th.
  • 2023: The race was postponed from Sunday to Monday due to rain. Ross Chastain made contact with Brennan Poole, who spun and got into Kyle Larson. Martin Truex Jr. held off Chastain on a late-race restart to score his fourth win at Dover and end a 54-race winless streak. Truex also completed a family sweep of the weekend as his brother Ryan Truex won the Xfinity race the Saturday before.[75]

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