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

ASA places more focus on consumer protection

first_imgShare Related Articles ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 StumbleUpon Children see one gambling ad for every five by adults in 2018 December 20, 2019 Share ASA: Children’s exposure to gambling ads lowest since 2008 May 22, 2020 Submit The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP) has hit a new high with the number of withdrawn or amended ads, as revealed in a newly published annual report.Online advertisements have outnumbered television adverts by almost three to one. While new projects to be undertaken by both organisations, as part of a new five year strategy, are also outlined, stressing a focus of increasing its online impacts.Guy Parker, ASA chief executive, commented: “It’s been a busy year, largely driven by complaints and cases about online ads. That’s why our new five-year strategy is focused on strengthening further the regulation of online advertising, and using new tech to protect the public.“Our recent use of new avatar technology is a taste of what’s to come under the new strategy, and we look forward to working with our partners to increase further the impact we’re having online.”Analysing its annual data figures,  the ASA revealed it has resolved 33,727 issues about 25,259 ads, of those 16,059 complaints (a 4 per cent jump on 2017) were about 14,257 online ads (a 38 per cent increase), with 10,773 complaints (a 14 per cent rise) about 5,748 TV ads (increasing 23 per cent).CAP, which oversees the writing of advertisements and maintaining UK advertising codes, delivered 535,478 pieces of advice and training to businesses to help them get their ads right, up 38 per cent year-on-year.Reviews were carried out into the number of actions taken to tackle consumer harms and to protect the financially vulnerable, including new guidance on gambling ads to responsibly protect under-18s and rules regarding superimposed text and parcel delivery changes.Amongst steps already undertaken to strengthen the regulation of online advertising, the ASA recently introduced child avatars, designed to simulate children’s browsing activity – to identify ads that children see online.An extension of the technology is planned, as is research into further new technologies to help better protect the public, as the ASA states that its avatar efforts have seen ads from five gambling operators banned thus far.Furthermore, ‘more impact online’ is a new initiative to be brought forward as a direct result of the increasing online habits of individuals, with businesses increasingly targeting internet advertising, as technological developments also continue apace.last_img read more