NASCAR does not like give out specific details, but they say that the crash David Reutimann had on Sunday was one of the hardest ever. The wreck occurred with 11 laps to go when Greg Biffle slightly hit David's car sending him straight into the outside wall. Due to the wreck he has a left foot that is badly bruised.
The overnight ratings for the California race were 6.2 which is the same rating the race got last year.
California Speedway President Gillian Zucker says the attendance for the race in California this year is up from last year, but is not saying by how much.
Three more people got fines from Daytona:
Lee Mcall who is the crew chief for the #49 Dodge and Randy Seals who is the crew chief for the #34 Dodge have both been fined $10,000 for unapproved lower rear spring mounts. Scott Miller who is the crew chief for the #31 Chevrolet is fined $10,000 for an unapproved rear spring lower truck trailing arm mount.
Michael Waltrip has teamed up the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation to raise money for Alzheimer's Research.