Dover Sprint Cup qualifying order

first_imgFind out where your favorite driver rolls off for Coors Light Pole qualifying at the Monster Mile READ: Post-Coca-Cola 600 Driver Reports READ: Pit crew key as Hamlin claws back READ: Kenseth, Johnson hopes wrecked in 600 Track Qualifying Record:Driver            Date    Time    SpeedJeremy Mayfield 6/06/04    22.288    161.522#    Car    Driver    Team    Time    Speed    Time    Speed1    13    Casey Mears    GEICO Ford                2    39    Ryan Newman    Haas Automation Chevrolet                3    51    Austin Dillon(i)    Phoenix Construction Chevrolet                4    35    Josh Wise(i)    MDS Transport Ford                5    14    Tony Stewart    Code 3 Associates/Mobil 1 Chevrolet                6    83    David Reutimann    Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota                7    29    Kevin Harvick    Jimmy John’s Chevrolet                8    22    Joey Logano    Shell Pennzoil Ford                9    44    Scott Riggs    No Label Ford                10    34    David Ragan    Front Row Motorsports Ford                11    87    Joe Nemechek(i)    Royal Teak Toyota                12    7    Dave Blaney    SANY Chevrolet                13    99    Carl Edwards    Subway Ford                14    78    Kurt Busch    Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet                15    32    Timmy Hill #    OXY Water Ford                16    30    David Stremme    Widow Wax Toyota                17    98    Michael McDowell    Phil Parsons Racing Ford                18    33    Landon Cassill(i)    Bicycle NASCAR Playing Cards Chevrolet                19    11    Denny Hamlin    FedEx Freight/Autism Speaks Toyota                20    9    Marcos Ambrose    DeWalt/Ace/CMN Ford                21    88    Dale Earnhardt Jr.    National Guard Chevrolet                22    27    Paul Menard    Menards/Libman Chevrolet                23    15    Clint Bowyer    5-hour Energy Toyota                24    2    Brad Keselowski    Miller Lite Ford                25    93    Travis Kvapil    Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota                26    55    Mark Martin    Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota                27    16    Greg Biffle    RiteAid/Ace Ford                28    42    Juan Pablo Montoya    Energizer Chevrolet                29    48    Jimmie Johnson    Lowe’s/Monsters University Chevrolet                30    19    Mike Bliss(i)    Plinker Tactical Toyota                31    1    Jamie McMurray    Parade Media Group Chevrolet                32    20    Matt Kenseth    Dollar General Toyota                33    17    Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #    Best Buy Ford                34    24    Jeff Gordon    AARP Credit Cards from Chase Chevrolet                35    10    Danica Patrick #    GoDaddy Chevrolet                36    31    Jeff Burton    Cheerios Chevrolet                37    38    David Gilliland    Long John Silver’s Ford                38    56    Martin Truex Jr.    NAPA Auto Parts Toyota                39    47    Bobby Labonte    Scott Products Toyota                40    36    JJ Yeley    DOHS Click it or Ticket Chevrolet                41    43    Aric Almirola    Smithfield Ford                42    5    Kasey Kahne    Farmers Insurance Chevrolet                43    18    Kyle Busch    M&M’s Toyota                * Required to qualify on time, (i) Ineligible for driver points in this seriesREAD MORE: READ: Harvick’s late charge leads to 600 win ___________________________________________________________________________________________Comments are currently unavailable. We’re working on the development of a NASCAR fan forum – please stay tuned.last_img read more

Tailoring investment strategies ‘can benefit members’, says Dutch regulator

first_imgDNB’s head office in AmsterdamAt the time, Wouter Koolmees, the minister for social affairs, said that a tailored investment approach would offer older members increased certainty, whereas younger members would carry the risk required for achieving returns for their future pension.Investments ‘made to measure’ would also help to reduce tensions between the generations, DNB said.The current Dutch pensions system does not take into account differences in the risk profiles of different age cohorts, as pension funds deploy a single and uniform investment policy for all age groups.New models for the Dutch systemThe DNB researchers examined both the current pension contract comprising collective accrual of pension rights, the envisaged new contract, and a contract with individual pensions accrual.In the wake of the agreement between the government and the social partners, a steering group is currently developing two new models for the Dutch pension system.One of these pension arrangements is to focus on a collective defined contribution accrual method without financial buffers or nominal guarantees. The DNB researchers said that an age-dependent investment approach to this variant would generate an additional pension value of up to 3%.The other alternative being considered by the steering group is based on individual pensions accrual combined with a collective benefits phase – the option favoured by the Dutch government.Combined with individual pensions accrual, a tailor-made approach would increase pension outcomes by up to 6%, according to the study.DNB attributed the benefits to a more efficient allocation of both equity and interest rate risk, which would reduce the exposure of the pensions of older participants to interest rate changes. DNB said that the study’s outcome confirmed the importance of bespoke investment strategies, as was referenced in the pensions agreement reached between the Dutch government and the social partners in June. Pension fund participants would benefit from investment strategies tailored to their age and risk capacity, a study by Dutch regulator De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) has concluded.An age-based, bespoke approach would deliver a higher and/or more stable pension for all participants under all available pension arrangements, DNB’s study found.Pension outcomes could be boosted by up to 6%, according to the regulator.The study – available here, in Dutch – was carried out by Damiaan Chen, Maurice Doll and Annick van Ool, and looked at age cohorts within pension fund populations.last_img read more

Virginia Watson, 86, Wellington: 1929 – Jan. 14, 2016

first_imgVirginia WatsonVirginia A. Watson, 86, a long time resident of Wellington, died peacefully January 14, 2016, at Conway Springs. She was born in 1929 to John F. and Margaret Lawless, the first of six children, all of whom survive her.On September 12, 1953, she was united in marriage to Charles E. Watson at Denver, Colo. She is survived by her husband, Charles; her daughters Anne and Allison; her sons Evan and Christopher, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren.Virginia was a devoted homemaker who loved cooking, baking and hosting social gatherings. She liked reading mysteries and romance novels, and watching mysteries. Virginia very much enjoyed the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains around Denver and Colorado Springs, where she lived for several years until she met Charles, who was working for her father in Denver. Most of all, though, she loved being a mother and taking care of her children.Recitation of the Holy Rosary immediately followed by a Funeral Mass will held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, January 23, 2016 at St. Anthony/St. Rose Catholic Church, Wellington. Father Andrew Seiler will officiate. Interment will follow at Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington, . All who wish to celebrate Virginia’s life are welcome to attend. A memorial has been established in her name to the American Red Cross.  Contributions, flowers and condolences may be sent to the funeral home. To share a memory or to leave condolences, please visit www.cornejodayfuneralhome.comArrangements by Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, 1030 Mission Road, Wellington, 67152.last_img read more