The Michigan International Speedway Logo.

The Pepsi 400 Presented by Meijer was held August 20 at Michigan Speedway. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 2–Rusty Wallace
  2. 28–Ricky Rudd
  3. 18–Bobby Labonte
  4. 88–Dale Jarrett
  5. 10–Johnny Benson
  6. 3–Dale Earnhardt
  7. 26–Jimmy Spencer
  8. 17–Matt Kenseth
  9. 22–Ward Burton
  10. 99–Jeff Burton

Failed to qualify: Geoffrey Bodine (No. 60), Darrell Waltrip (No. 66), Stacy Compton (No. 9), Kyle Petty (No. 44), David Keith (No. 95), Carl Long (No. 85)


All 3 Earnhardts prior to the 2000 Pepsi 400.

This race saw Earnhardt's eldest son Kerry Earnhardt make his NASCAR Winston Cup Series debut. The presence of Dale Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt, Jr, and Kerry Earnhardt made this only the second time in NASCAR history that a father had raced against two sons. It was one of only a few times all 3 Earnhardts competed against each other. Lee Petty had previously accomplished the feat with sons Richard and Maurice.