OTDIH: 2017

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  1. ReturnTrip

    ReturnTrip Team Owner

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    Jimmie Johnson wins the AAA Drive For Autism 400 at Dover for his 83rd and last (to date) victory. Kyle Lar2on led a race high 241 laps and finished 2nd.

    In the 73 races since, Johnson has 4 top fives, 9 top tens, and 153 laps led.

    In the 73 races prior, Johnson had 9 wins, 20 top fives, 34 top tens, and 1096 laps led.

    Win totals by driver since:

    Kyle Busch - 17
    Martin Truex Jr. - 13
    Kevin Harvick - 10
    Brad Keselowski - 7
    Denny Hamlin - 4
    Joey Logano - 4
    Chase Elliott - 4
    Kyle Larson - 3
    Clint Bowyer - 2
    Ryan Blaney - 2
    Ricky Stenhouse - 1
    Kasey Kahne - 1
    Matt Kenseth - 1
    Aric Almirola - 1
    Kurt Busch - 1
    Austin Dillon - 1
    Erik Jones - 1
     
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  2. ToyYoda

    ToyYoda Team Owner

    It’s Kyle Lar20n now.
     
  3. Churchkey

    Churchkey Crew Chief

    It may be a coincidence however it seems to me that JJ has not won since the at track inspection process
    was adopted.
     
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  4. Larsonfan1995

    Larsonfan1995 Team Owner

    More like Kyle Lar30n but that doesn't work
     
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  5. Turtle84

    Turtle84 gained a step

    48 put on blast like that eh :). I can only guess what OTDIH is Over The Dam Imaginery Hill?

    Paging @Charlie Spencer to decode this one.
     
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  6. ToyYoda

    ToyYoda Team Owner

    On this day in history.
     
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  7. Turtle84

    Turtle84 gained a step

    Ruiner!
     
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  8. Ventisca

    Ventisca Team Owner

    OTDIH: March 12, 2017

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  9. ToyYoda

    ToyYoda Team Owner

    I’ll be back the night the next Star Wars movie opens to tell everybody how it ends. :p
     
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  10. Ventisca

    Ventisca Team Owner

    OTDIH: November 19, 2017

    MTJ, Pearn, and Furniture Row Racing win 2017 Cup Championship and beat the JGR mothership.

     
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  11. Charlie Spencer

    Charlie Spencer Short tracks and road courses rule.

    What fun! Do Chris Buescher next!

    :rolleyes:
     
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  12. ToyYoda

    ToyYoda Team Owner

    Kyle Petty also got his final Cup win at Dover on this day in history, June 4, 1995. That was the last of 8 though, not the last of 83.
     
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  13. Ventisca

    Ventisca Team Owner

    Hmmm, that's a good one -- rain/strategy good news story...
     
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  14. Turtle84

    Turtle84 gained a step

    Everything's Great
     
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  15. jaqua19

    jaqua19 Team Owner

    It's June lol

    Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
     
  16. aunty dive

    aunty dive Team Owner

    He’s still unclear on the concept.

    Give him some time.
     
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  17. Snappy D

    Snappy D 2017 Pick Em Champion 2018 Bold Predictor

    wrong month amigo, look at the calendar
     
  18. Ventisca

    Ventisca Team Owner

    Wrong. The Title introduces OTDIH within a 2017 field.

    The way it is written, there is no specific date in the Title.
     
  19. Charlie Spencer

    Charlie Spencer Short tracks and road courses rule.

    I certainly am.
     
  20. MRM

    MRM Team Owner

    I really thought Johnson would be the one driver to challenge Pearson's 105 wins. Now, I don't think he'll win but 1 or 2 more races before he hangs it up.
     
  21. gnomesayin

    gnomesayin Team Owner

    Generally "On This Date In History" is understood to mean this date as in today's date. "On A Different Date In History" might be just as valid, but perhaps doesn't have the same cachet.
     
  22. Truex_rox

    Truex_rox 19 looks better than ever.

    OTDIH in 2015, Martin Truex, Jr., then a Chevrolet driver, snapped a 69-race winless streak at Pocono in the Axalta "We Paint Winners" 400. This finally cemented a result that had gone begging in the prior three races, in which he had led the most laps but somehow fell short one way or another. It was the first of what would become his many triumphs with Furniture Row Racing. The victory saw him run second in the standings only to a very much in-form Kevin Harvick, by 39 points. Recently retired drivers, such as Dale Jr., Jamie McMurray, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, and Jeff Gordon were all in the top ten in points. Carl Edwards was hanging on to the final transfer spot, but was already locked in by virtue of a fuel-mileage Coke 600 win.
     

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