Bud Shootout Results - Martin Wins

7 February 1999

Mark Martin drove his No. 6 Valvoline Cummins Ford into victory lane at Daytona International Speedway today. Martin won the Bud Shootout dash for cash with a .251 second margin over Kenny Schrader in the No. 33 Skoal Chevrolet. Bobby Labonte and Mike Skinner followed with Jeremy Mayfield trailing to round out the top five.

Skinner advanced to the Shootout after winning the qualifying race in his No. 31 Lowe's Chevy.

Here's the finishing order:

                                                          Gap to
Pos NO Driver          Sponsor                  Make Laps  First 
 6 Mark Martin     Valvoline/Cummins             Frd  25  Winner  
33 Ken Schrader    Skoal                         Chv  25   0.215
18 Bobby Labonte   Interstate Batteries          Pon  25   0.370
31 Mike Skinner    Lowe's                        Chv  25   0.676  
12 Jeremy Mayfield Mobil 1                       Frd  25   1.657
22 Ward Burton     Caterpillar                   Pon  25   1.682
 2 Rusty Wallace   Miller Lite                   Frd  25   1.809
88 Dale Jarrett    Quality Care/Ford Credit      Frd  25   1.910
98 Rick Mast       Budweiser                     Frd  25   2.071
28 Kenny Irwin     Texaco/Havoline               Frd  25  11.788
 4 Bobby Hamilton  Kodak Films                   Chv  25  12.003
58 Ricky Craven    Hollywood Video               Frd  25  24.544
30 Derrike Cope    Jimmy Dean                    Pon  25  24.737
36 Ernie Irvan     M&Ms                          Pon  25  46.016
24 Jeff Gordon     DuPont Automotive Refinishes  Chv  10  15 laps

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