1994 NASCAR Winston Cup Series - Final Points Standings

Final Points Standings

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt – 4694
  2. 6-Mark Martin – 4250
  3. 2-Rusty Wallace – 4207
  4. 25-Ken Schrader – 4060
  5. 10-Ricky Rudd – 4050
  6. 21-Morgan Shepherd – 4029
  7. 5-Terry Labonte – 3876
  8. 24-Jeff Gordon – 3776
  9. 17-Darrell Waltrip – 3688
  10. 11-Bill Elliott – 3617
  11. 15-Lake Speed – 3565
  12. 30-Michael Waltrip – 3512
  13. 16-Ted Musgrave – 3477
  14. 4-Sterling Marlin – 3443
  15. 42-Kyle Petty – 3339
  16. 18-Dale Jarrett – 3298
  17. 7-Geoff Bodine – 3297
  18. 1-Rick Mast – 3238
  19. 26-Brett Bodine – 3159
  20. 75-Todd Bodine – 3048
  21. 22-Bobby Labonte – 3038
  22. 28-Ernie Irvan – 3026
  23. 40-Bobby Hamilton – 2749
  24. 8-Jeff Burton – 2726
  25. 33-Harry Gant – 2720
  26. 23-Hut Stricklin – 2711
  27. 41-Joe Nemechek – 2673
  28. 29-Steve Grissom – 2660
  29. 27-Jimmy Spencer – 2613
  30. 12-Derrike Cope – 2612
  31. 77-Greg Sacks – 2593
  32. 43-John Andretti – 2299
  33. 90-Mike Wallace – 2191
  34. 32-Dick Trickle – 2019
  35. 31-Ward Burton – 1971
  36. 71-Dave Marcis – 1910
  37. 98-Jeremy Mayfield – 1673
  38. 43-Wally Dallenbach, Jr. – 1493
  39. 19-Loy Allen Jr. – 1468
  40. 28-Kenny Wallace – 1413
  41. 55-Jimmy Hensley – 1394
  42. 12-Chuck Bown – 1211
  43. 9-Rich Bickle – 849
  44. 20-Bobby Hillin, Jr. – 749
  45. 53-Brad Teague – 548
  46. 51-Jeff Purvis – 484
  47. 47-Billy Standridge – 404
  48. 02-Randy LaJoie – 312
  49. 61-Rick Carelli – 283
  50. Phil Parsons – 243

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