Found November 08, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Carl Edwards led 93 laps, started from the pole, and won the November 2010 edition of the AdvoCare 500 from the Phoenix Intentional Raceway. He will look for his second win in 16 career starts at the track with Chad Norris on the pit box and Fastenal on his #99 Ford Fusion. Team:  No. 99 Fastenal Ford Fusion Crew Chief:   Chad Norris Chassis: RK-811    Last ran Bristol in August, finished 22nd POINTS…Carl Edwards enters Phoenix 15th in the NASCAR Sprint Cup point standings with three top fives, 13 top 10s and one pole.  He will make his 300th Cup start on Sunday at Phoenix. FOR THE RECORD… In 16 starts at the one-mile track, Edwards has one win, six top-five and 10 top-10 finishes. His average start is 11.7 and average finish is 12.6.  Edwards has completed 94.3 percent of laps in Cup competition attempted at Phoenix. IN THE LOOP… According to NASCAR’s Loop Statistics compiled over the last 16 races at Phoenix, Edwards has turned 284 of the track’s fastest laps (second most), spent ...

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