Final 1998 Standings

1998 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Official Standings After NAPA 500 Atlanta Motor Speedway Race No. 33/November 8, 1998 Official standings are announced by NASCAR on Mondays after all decisions regarding the last race have been finalized. Pos ...

Final 1998 Standings

1998 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Official Standings After NAPA 500 Atlanta Motor Speedway Race No. 33/November 8, 1998

Official standings are announced by NASCAR on Mondays after all decisions regarding the last race have been finalized.

 Pos Driver Pts Sts Wns T5 T10 Winnings ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Jeff Gordon 5328 33 13 26 28 6,175,867 2. Mark Martin 4964 33 7 22 26 3,279,370 3. Dale Jarrett 4619 33 3 19 22 3,368,735 4. Rusty Wallace 4501 33 1 15 21 2,133,435 5. Jeff Burton 4415 33 2 18 23 2,114,597 6. Bobby Labonte 4180 33 2 11 18 2,648,970 7. Jeremy Mayfield 4157 33 1 12 16 1,970,521 8. Dale Earnhardt 3928 33 1 5 13 2,611,100 9. Terry Labonte 3901 33 1 5 15 1,838,415 10. Bobby Hamilton 3786 33 1 3 8 1,789,180 11. John Andretti 3682 33 0 3 10 1,642,700 12. Ken Schrader 3675 33 0 3 11 1,729,881 13. Sterling Marlin 3530 32 0 0 6 1,180,740 14. Jimmy Spencer 3464 31 0 3 8 1,600,236 15. Chad Little 3423 32 0 1 7 1,321,786 16. Ward Burton 3352 33 0 1 5 1,396,633 17. Michael Waltrip 3340 32 0 0 5 1,360,385 18. Bill Elliott 3305 32 0 0 5 1,454,465 19. Ernie Irvan 3262 30 0 0 11 1,476,141 20. Johnny Benson 3160 32 0 3 10 1,286,971 21. Mike Skinner 3153 30 0 4 9 1,205,581 22. Ricky Rudd 3131 33 1 1 5 1,564,145 23. Ted Musgrave 3124 32 0 2 5 1,215,626 24. Darrell Waltrip 2957 33 0 1 2 998,530 25. Brett Bodine 2907 33 0 0 0 1,245,173 26. Joe Nemechek 2897 32 0 1 4 1,343,991 27. Geoff Bodine 2864 32 0 1 5 1,247,255 28. Kenny Irwin 2760 32 0 1 4 1,433,567 29. Dick Trickle 2678 32 0 0 1 1,207,471 30. Kyle Petty 2675 33 0 0 2 1,262,731 31. Kenny Wallace 2615 31 0 0 7 995,216 32. Robert Pressley 2388 30 0 1 1 996,721 33. Rick Mast 2296 30 0 0 1 894,327 34. Steve Grissom 2215 27 0 0 2 1,030,041 35. Kevin Lepage 2196 27 0 0 2 852,721 36. Jerry Nadeau 2121 30 0 0 0 804,867 37. Derrike Cope 2065 28 0 0 0 956,980 38. Wally Dallenbach Jr 1832 23 0 0 3 807,856 39. Rich Bickle 1773 21 0 1 1 682,255 40. Jeff Green 1687 22 0 0 0 589,841 41. Todd Bodine 1322 14 0 1 2 378,766 42. Steve Park 1322 17 0 0 0 487,265 43. Lake Speed 1297 16 0 0 0 552,521 44. David Green 1014 15 0 0 0 441,121 45. Dave Marcis 949 13 0 0 0 444,946 46. Ricky Craven 907 11 0 0 1 506,230 47. Morgan Shepherd 843 12 0 0 0 364,541 48. Gary Bradberry 787 13 0 0 0 341,307 49. Randy Lajoie 768 9 0 1 3 336,905 50. Hut Stricklin 700 13 0 0  0 337,106 51. Dennis Setzer 502 7 0 0 0 150,495 52. Buckshot Jones 458 5 0 0 1 162,435 53. Greg Sacks 400 7 0 0 0 296,880 54. Andy Hillenburg 334 4 0 0 0 184,901 55. Billy Standridge 250 4 0 0 0 170,936 56. Tommy Kendall 232 2 0 0 0 53,205 57. Matt Kenseth 150 1 0 0 1 42,340 58. Mike Bliss 146 2 0 0 0 32,520 59. Elliott Sadler 128 2 0 0 0 45,325 60. Ron Hornaday 121 1 0 0 0 27,850 61. Tom Hubert 95 2 0 0 0 42,430 62. Mike Wallace 94 1 0 0 0 86,105 63. Ron Fellows 92 2 0 0 0 46,310 64. Butch Gilliland 91 1 0 0 0 28,625 65. Frank Kimmel 70 1 0 0 0 28,065 66. Mike Dillon 58 1 0 0 0 28,050 67. Robby Gordon 57 1 0 0 0 24,765 68. Dan Pardus 55 1 0 0 0 35,480 

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