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May 20, 2017

Congratulations To Frank Page, the 2016 All-Star Winner!

The fourteenth annual Lucky Dog All-Star Race will take place on May 20, 2017. To be eligible for the race you must have met at least these criteria:

1. Having won a race between the 2016 All-Star Race and 2017 All-Star Race.

2. Be an active member of the Cup series.

3. If not having won, then be a previous winner of the All-Star Race.

For those Cup members that are not eligible, they can still participate in the race. However, they will be grouped into a separate pool called the Lucky Dog Showdown. The member that scores the most points in that pool will be considered the Lucky Dog Showdown winner. The winner will advance to the All-Star Race.

How To Play

The All-Star race is a non-points event. Those points that you receive will not be added into the standings. The All-Star race is mainly about pride and prestige, since only race winners are invited to participate in it. The winner of this race will not have it count towards their total wins. The only time this race was counted in total wins was in the first year of the league, when this was run as a points race. This is also a separate race where you can wager money. See the All-Star Cash challenge below.

You will pick the Top 10 Finishers of the Sprint Cup All-Star Race. The point breakdown is as follows:

Top 10 prediction points: If you correctly predict a driver to finish somewhere in the top 10, you will receive 10 points for each driver that does.

On the Mark Bonus Points: If you correctly pick a driver's spot in the 10, you will receive 25 points plus bonus points depending on the position.

1st place: 25 points + 50 bonus points: 75 total points

2nd place: 25 points + 45 bonus points: 70 total points

3rd place: 25 points + 40 bonus points: 65 total points

4th place: 25 points + 35 bonus points: 60 total points

5th place: 25 points + 30 bonus points: 55 total points

6th place: 25 points + 25 bonus points: 50 total points

7th place: 25 points + 20 bonus points: 45 total points

8th place: 25 points + 15 bonus points: 40 total points

9th place: 25 points + 10 bonus points: 35 total points

10th place: 25 points + 5 bonus points: 30 total points



Winner Bonus: If you correctly pick the winner anywhere inside the top 10 you will receive an additional 15 bonus points.

1-2 Spot Bonus Points: If you don't pick a driver's exact finish, you can get points if you are near the spot where he finishes. If you correctly predict a driver within two spots of where he finishes, you will receive 10 bonus points. If you correctly predict a driver within one spot of where he finishes, you will receive 15 bonus points. The driver must finish in the top 10 though. (You won't get points for a driver if he finishes 11th and you picked him 10th).

Sprint Showdown Bonus: Correctly pick which driver will advance from the All-Star Showdown race to the All-Star race: There are three segments in the All-Star race. If your pick wins one of the segments then you will receive 25 points. If your pick advances from the fan vote then you will receive 15 points.


Therefore, If you correctly pick the winner you will receive a total of 100 points for that driver. 15 points for picking the winner, 75 points for the on the mark bonus and 10 points for placing in the top 10. If you correctly choose the 2nd place finisher you will receive a total of 80 points... 70 points for on the mark bonus, and 10 points for placing within the top 10.

Tiebreakers: In case of a tie in points between two or more teams, ties will be broken via the following criteria:

1. The team with the most top 10 placings

2. The team with the most exact placings

3. The team that has picked the most highest finishing driver that the other team does not have

IMPORTANT - Since this is a different format from normal races, your picks can not be carried over from the previous week. You must submit new picks for the All Star Challenge.

You can not select a driver more than once in your picks. If you do, only the highest driver will be counted. You will receive no credit for the same driver selected further down your lineup.

All-Star Cash Challenge: You have the opportunity to wager money on this race. The entry fee is $5 per member. The fee must be paid before the race, if it is not received, you will not be eligible to play for cash. The race winner (or highest finisher in the Cash Challenge) will get the whole pot. You do not have to be in the All-Star field to play the Cash Challenge. The teams competing in the Cash challenge will be grouped among themselves. Please visit the Money Pit page for payment options.

Un-Official Field For The 2017 Lucky Dog All-Star Race
Driver Eligibility
1 Gary Wheat 2016 Coca-Cola 600
2 Dione Baker 2016 Axalta "We Paint Winners" 400
3 Dean Higley 2016 Fire Keepers Casino 400
4 Jessy Turgeon 2016 Coke Zero 400
5 Ryan Smith 2016 Quaker State 400
6 Harry Jeffery 2016 New Hampshire 301
7 Jack Thesier 2016 Combat Wounded Coalition 400
8 Charquillia Addison 2016 Pennsylvania 400
9 Greg Eichele 2016 Cheez-It 355 at The Glen
10 Hurricane Sidwell 2016 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race
11 Randy Cook 2016 Bojangles Southern 500
12 Joe Tenpenny 2016 Federated Auto Parts 400
13 Jose Rodriguez 2016 Bad Boy Off Road 300
14 Gwen Demian 2016 Citizen Soldier 400
15 Will Riney 2016 Bank of America 500
16 Shane Burton 2016 Hollywood Casino 400
17 Jordan Hunt 2016 Hellmann's 500
18 Will Riney 2015 Bank of America 500
19 Paul Scannell 2016 AAA Texas 500
20 Kevin Sullivan 2016 Can-Am 500
21 Rodney Webb 2016 Ford EcoBoost 400
22 Robby Stone 2017 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500
22 Teeder Jenkins 2017 Kobalt 400
23 Frank Page 2017 Camping World 500
24 Troy Wiggins 2017 STP 500
25 Ray Perrotta 2017 Food City 500
26 Lou Demian 2017 Geico 500
27 Mark Mason 2017 GoBowling.com 400

Previous winners of the All-Star Challenge (not a 2016-17 winner)
28 Brian Blair 2015 Winner
29 Leon Baker 2014 Winner
30 Stephen DiCaprio 2010 Winner

and....
31 TBA 2017 Lucky Dog Member Vote Winner
32 TBA 2017 Lucky Dog Open Winner
Drivers Participating in the 2017 All-Star Cash Challenge
1. Lou Demian
2. Gwen Demian
3. Jordan Hunt
4. Ed Blackman
5. Harry Jeffery
6. Jack Thesier
7. Todd Oliver
8. Larry Scroggins
9. Greg Eichele
10. Dave Smith
11. Randy Cook
12. Terry Howell
13. Dean Higley
14. Matt Minnich
15. Brian Blair


Total Pot $75.00


Past All-Star Race Results


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2017 Winner:
Ron Parlacoski, Jr.

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2016 Winner:
Frank Page

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2015 Winner:
Brian Blair

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2014 Winner:
Leon Baker

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2013 Winner:
Dean Higley

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2012 Winner:
Harry Jeffery

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2011 Winner:
Teeder Jenkins

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2010 Winner:
Stephen DiCaprio

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2009 Winner:
Rene Nadeau

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2008 Winner:
Nathan Helton

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2007 Winner:
Ray Perrotta

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2006 Winner:
Stephen DiCaprio

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2005 Winner:
Kent Weathers

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2004 Winner:
Shawn Jackson

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Rules for The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge

Eligibility rules for NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge:
1st criteria: Drivers and car owners who have won races in the current and preceding year. If a driver leaves a team with which he has won a race, he remains eligible and the car owner's new driver also is eligible(through the last race before The All-Star Race)
2nd criteria: Drivers who are past Cup champions in the last 10 years
3rd criteria: Drivers who have won The All-Star Race in the past 10 years
4th criteria: The winning driver or 2nd place finishing driver of the Sprint Showdown
5th criteria: The All-Star Open driver voted in by the fans
6th criteria: Drivers who have won in previous years, not eligible by the above(not owners, just drivers - if total entries are below 20)


Un-Official 2017 Field
Driver Eligibility
Race winners (drivers/owners) in 2016 and 2017
1 Denny Hamlin 2016 Daytona
2 Jimmie Johnson 2016 Atlanta
3 Brad Keselowski 2016 Las Vegas
4 Kevin Harvick 2016 Phoenix
5 Kyle Busch 2016 Martinsville
6 Matt Kenseth 2016 Dover
7 Martin Truex Jr. 2016 Charlotte
8 Kurt Busch 2016 Pocono
9 Joey Logano 2016 Michigan
10 Chris Buescher 2016 Pocono
11 Kyle Larson 2016 Michigan
12 Ryan Newman 2017 Phoenix
13 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2017 Talladega

Previous Winners of The All-Star Challenge
(not a 2016/2017 winner)
14 Jamie McMurray 2014 Winner
15 Kasey Kahne 2008 Winner
16 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2000 Winner

and....
17 2017 Monster Energy Open Seg. 1 Winner TBA
18 2017 Monster Energy Open Seg. 2 Winner TBA
19 2017 Monster Energy Open Seg. 3 Winner TBA
20 2017 All-Star Race Fan Vote Winner TBA
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