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The FanIQ Nascar Sprint Cup Commissioner Challenge: 2013 Sprint Cup All-Star Race
This weekend the Sprint Cup Series heads to Charlotte for the All-Star Race.  Last year, Jimmie Johnson held off Brad Keselowski, Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr to take home the $1 million prize.  Can Johnson make it back to back wins at Daytona?

The field for the 29th All-Star Race will consist of race winners from the previous or current years, in addition to winners of the All-Star Race and the Sprint Cup championship from the past 10 years. Two drivers will race their way into the field through the Sprint Showdown, which precedes the main event, and one driver will qualify through votes from race fans.

The 2013 format is as follows:

Segment 1: 50 laps with a mandatory green-flag pit stop on Lap 25 at which time teams must pit and take on four tires. Following the end of Segment 1, the caution flag will be displayed for an optional pit stop.

Segment 2: 20 laps with the caution flag displayed at the end of Segment 2 for an optional pit stop.

Segment 3: 20 laps with a 10-minute break at the end of Segment 3. Teams may make normal adjustments to their cars during this break. The finishing order after the third segment determines the field’s lineup for the pace lap prior to the start of the fourth segment.

Segment 4: Once the field takes a lap behind the pace car, all cars must enter pit road for a four-tire stop.

This year's format will place a higher premium for drivers who win one of the four segments, however, as the winners of the first four segments will move to the front of the field and line up 1-4 prior to the field coming to pit road for the final mandatory pit stop. When the drivers come down pit road, crew chiefs will have to decide on their best pit strategy, as multiple scenarios will unfold. The team that makes the best call, combined with the optimum performance on pit road, is likely to be in the driver's seat for the final 10 laps of competition. Wherever the drivers are positioned as they come off pit road after that pit stop is where they will line up to start the final 10-lap segment

Answer the questions below for the 2013 Sprint Cup All-Star Race...

Race Schedule

7:00 pm NSCS Showdown Driver Introductions

7:30 Sprint Showdown (20 Laps / 20 Laps)

9:00 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race (50 Laps / 20 Laps / 20 Laps / 10 Laps)
Scored by Scott on 05/18/13 at 11:58AM | Closed on 05/18/13 at 09:00PM
FanIQ Pts? 15 | NASCAR, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr | Multiple Choice Prediction Poll
Team Breakout:
18 Fans 
 1. Which driver will win the race? (10 points)
6%a. Carl Edwards or Kasey Kahne
33%b. Jimmie Johnson or Clint Bowyer
11%c. Matt Kenseth or Kurt Busch
6%d. Denny Hamlin or Joey Logano
0%e. Greg Biffle or Jeff Gordon
39%f. Kyle Busch or Brad Keselowski
0%g. Tony Stewart or Ryan Newman
6%h. The Rest of the Field
 2. How many different cars will lead a lap? (6 points)
6%a. 3 or under
0%b. 4
11%c. 5
33%d. 6
39%e. 7
11%f. 8
0%g. 9+
 3. How many caution flags will there be in this race? (NOTE - mandatory cautions after the 1st and 2nd segment will be included) (5 points)
0%a. 3 or less
11%b. 4
33%c. 5
22%d. 6
17%e. 7
17%f. 8
0%g. 9+
 4. How many drivers who start in the top 10, finish in the top 10? (6 points)
 5. Where will last year's winner, Jimmie Johnson, finish? (6 points)
 6. How many Chevy's will finish in the top 5? (6 points)
 7. How many Toyota's will finish in the top 10? (6 points)
 8. What will be the highest finishing spot for a Ford? (6 points)
 9. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish? (8 points)
 10. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish? (8 points)
 11. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish? (8 points)
 12. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish? (8 points)
 13. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish? (10 points)
 14. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish? (10 points)
 15. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
 Tiebreaker: What will be the combined average finish for the Stewart-Haas Racing cars (Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman)?

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