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Statistics, event schedule and race information for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway.

Can-Am 500

Driver Averages Driver Stats
Driver Ratings Laps Led Leaders
Past Race Winners Past Pole Winners
Schedule of Events

ISM Raceway LayoutTrack Length: 1 Mile
Race Length: 312 Laps (500 Kilometers)
First Race: Nov. 6, 1988 – Checker 500
Banking in Turns 1 and 2: 8-9 degrees
Banking in Turns 3 and 4:
10-11 degrees
Banking in Frontstretch Dogleg:
10-11 degrees
Banking in Frontstretch:
9 degrees
Banking in Backstretch:
3 degrees

Qualifying Record: Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 143.158 mph (25.147 sec.); Nov. 13, 2015
Race Record: Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 118.132 mph (2:38:28); Nov. 7, 1999

Stage Lengths: Stage 1 ends at Lap 75; Stage 2 ends at Lap 150; Final stage ends at Lap 312

Starting Positions of Race Winners

Starting Pos. Races Won
1 5
2 3
3 6
4 1
6 2
7 2
9 2
10 2
11 2
12 1
13 4
14 2
15 3
17 1
18 1
19 2
20 1
21 1
22 1
28 1

Races won from Pole (5 of 44)

Driver Year
Jeff Gordon 2007
Jimmie Johnson 2008
Mark Martin 2009
Carl Edwards 2010
Kevin Harvick 2015

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