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2016 NASCAR Pennsylvania 400 Purse and Prize Money Breakdown

2016 NASCAR Pennsylvania 400 Purse and Prize Money Breakdown

With the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 in the books, NASCAR now takes its season to Pocono Raceway for another installment of the Pennsylvania 400 race.

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While there’s no question that the Brickyard 400’s prize purse is much more extravagant compared to most other races in any given season, drivers are still in line for a huge payday this week if they can conquer the legendary Tricky Triangle. Let’s all find out how much dough is in store for our beloved NASCAR drivers below.

Afterwards, head on over to our preview of the Pennsylvania 400 itself to start placing bets on this weekend’s action yourself and hopefully win big bucks just like these famed speedsters.


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2016 Pennsylvania 400 Prize Money Breakdown

*Find the complete list of the Pennsylvania 400 betting lines HERE!

It’s quite unfortunate but there’s no proper way of telling whether or not the 2016 Pennsylvania 400 will have a more sizeable purse compared to last year’s race. As we’ve already mentioned in our past editions of this feature, NASCAR has stopped releasing information about the prize money distribution for their races beginning this season. However, that didn’t stop us from making an accurate guess as for how much cash is in store for this weekend’s field of drivers.

Based on last year’s data on the Windows 10 400’s (former name of the Pennsylvania 400) final results, 21 of the 43 drivers from the field received a six-digit haul at the end of the race. Defending champion Matt Kenseth took home a whopping $233,601 in prize winnings last year. He is pegged at +550 to retain his title this coming weekend. To find out more about the cash prizes the NASCAR drivers pocketed in the 2015 Windows 10 400 race, check out our detailed purse breakdown below.

The Complete Prize Money Breakdown (2015 Windows 10 400)

Finish Driver Earnings
1 Matt Kenseth $233,601
2 Brad Keselowski $205,166
3 Jeff Gordon $181,686
4  Dale Earnhardt Jr. $134,375
5 Greg Biffle $139,908
6 Jimmie Johnson $144,851
7 AJ Allmendinger $125,323
8 Clint Bowyer $124,073
9 Tony Stewart $116,279
10 Carl Edwards $87,915
11 Paul Menard $94,440
12 Kyle Larson $112,908
13 Austin Dillon $120,611
14 Landon Cassill $82,250
15 Jamie McMurray $111,541
16 Danica Patrick $89,125
17 David Ragan $107,539
18 Aric Almirola $116,956
19 Martin Truex Jr. $106,015
20 Joey Logano $128,853
21 Kyle Busch $146,211
22 Denny Hamlin $93,645
23 Ryan Newman $110,670
24 Justin Allgaier $102,528
25 Alex Bowman $92,203
26 Michael Annett $77,895
27 Cole Whitt $88,853
28 Casey Mears $92,092
29  Matt DiBenedetto $75,895
30 JJ Yeley $75,745
31 Brett Moffitt $74,095
32 Travis Kvapil $73,920
33 David Gilliland $81,720
34 Reed Sorenson $73,520
35 Jeb Burton $73,370
36 Timmy Hill $73,120
37 Kurt Busch $90,931
38 Alex Kennedy $68,102
39 Sam Hornish Jr. $90,375
40 Trevor Bayne $104,605
41 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. $64,030
42 Kevin Harvick $104,855
43 Kasey Kahne $66,530

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