NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Federated Auto Parts 400

 The Federated Auto Parts 400 is an annual NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stock car race held at the Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia. Since 2004, the race has served as the last race in NASCAR's "regular season". Following the race, the top sixteen drivers in points standings advance to the ten-race Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Starting in 1991, the race was moved from Sunday afternoon to Saturday night. It became the second night race on the NASCAR schedule, following Bristol which takes place a few weeks earlier.

From 2000–2009, the race was sponsored in some form by Chevrolet. For 2001 and 2002, the race sponsorship was in conjunction with Warner Bros., with Looney Tunes characters featured in several cars' paint jobs. For the 2003-2009 races the race was known as the Chevy Rock and Roll 400 and various cars were painted to promote various rock music acts. The 2010 race saw the sponsorship move from Chevrolet to the Air National Guard, a branch of the United States Air Force. The race was sponsored by Roll Global through its Wonderful Pistachios brand, a division of Roll Global subsidiary Paramount Nuts in 2011.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Federated Auto Parts 400 09/06/2014 TBA
Richmond International Raceway, Richmond

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