In any professional sport, statistics, facts and figures dominate fill the annals and NASCAR is no different. Throughout its nearly 50-year existence, Atlanta Motor Speedway has played host to some of the sports most memorable moments and milestones.

Below is a numerical look at some interesting historical feats, facts and figures at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

.006 seconds: Margin of victory for Kevin Harvick over Jeff Gordon in the spring 2001 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

3 hours, 3 minutes, 3 seconds in the No. 3 Chevrolet: Dale Earnhardt's record time for a 500-mile Cup race at AMS on November 12, 1995.

9: Of the 12 drivers in the 2007 Chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup championship are driving Chevrolets.

24: Degrees of banking in turns at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

34: Number of victories for Chevrolet, the most among any manufacturer at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

41: Different winners in Atlanta Motor Speedway NEXTEL Cup racing history.

45: Record number of lead changes in the fall NASCAR NEXTEL Cup race in 1982.

66: Number of AMS starts for Richard Petty, the record for all drivers at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Dave Marcis is second with 60 starts.

133.87 mph: Pole speed for the July 31, 1960 Dixie 300, the inaugural NASCAR race at AMS. Fireball Roberts sat on the pole and won the race.

870: Total acreage at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

1,320 feet: Total length of pit road at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

$2,843,584: Career NEXTEL Cup winnings for Bobby Labonte at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the most among all drivers.

History will be made this October during the Pep Boys Auto 500 on Oct. 28 and fans can witness the action by calling the AMS ticket office at (877) 9-AMS-TIX, (770) 946-4211, or by visiting  http://www.atlantamotorspeedway.com/ or an authorized Ticketmaster retail outlet.