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1968 Sandhills 250 NASCAR Grand Touring.jpg
Held on March 9, 1968 at Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, NC
250 L, 258 M, 415.25 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 1 16 Tiny Lund Mercury Cougar 250 141 running
2 2 15 Swede Savage Mercury Cougar 248 107 running
3 3 1 Bud Moore Mercury Cougar 247 2 running
4 7 87 Buck Baker Chevy Camaro 243 0 running
5 5 59 Peter Gregg Porsche 911 236 0 running
6 10 36 Jack Ryan Porsche 911 230 0 running
7 8 21 Frank Sessoms Chevy Camaro 228 0 running
8 12 72 Dick Staples Plymouth Barracuda 224 0 running
9 14 4 John Sears Dodge Dart 222 0 running
10 6 73 Fred Opert Porsche 911 221 0 running 82
11 13 5 Roy Tyner Chevy Camaro 180 0 running 80
12 16 3 Jim Vandiver Chevy Camaro 178 0 running 78
13 15 0 Jacqui Smith Chevy Camaro 162 0 gas tank 76
14 9 33 Paul Connors AMC Javelin 136 0 oil pressure 74
15 4 75 Soupy Campbell Chevy Camaro 78 0 out 72
16 11 Joe Grimaldi Plymouth Barracuda 0 0 did not start
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 2h:36:29
Fast Qualifier: Tiny Lund - 31.580 sec.
Heat Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{HeatWinners}}}|{{{HeatWinners}}}]]
Dash Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{DashWinners}}}|{{{DashWinners}}}]]
Consi Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{ConsiWinners}}}|{{{ConsiWinners}}}]]
Non-Qualifiers Race Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{NonQualWinners}}}|{{{NonQualWinners}}}]]
Margin of Victory: 2 laps
Average Speed: 95.857 mph
Cautions: 6 for 42 laps - (3-7 [#21 & #59, spin]; 86-98 [#75, wreck]; 116-119 [#21, spin]; 122-123 [#36, spin]; 150-163 [#4, transmission fluid]; 222-226 [oil on track]).
Lead Changes: 15 among 3 drivers - Tiny Lund (1-7); Swede Savage (8-19); Bud Moore (20-21); Lund (22-25); Savage (26-28); Lund (29-38); Savage (39-48); Lund (49-60); Savage (61); Lund (62); Savage (63-68); Lund (69-84); Savage (85-152); Lund (153-154); Savage (155-161); Lund (162-250).
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
* Neil Castles took over in relief of Jacqui Smith on Lap 4.