|Date November 12, 2000 (2000-November-12)|
Location Homestead Miami Speedway (Homestead, Florida)
Course Permanent racing facility 1.5 mi (2.4 km)
Distance 267 laps, 400.5 mi (644.52 km)
Weather Warm with temperatures reaching up to 80.6 °F (27.0 °C); wind speeds up to 7 miles per hour (11 km/h)
Average speed 127.48 miles per hour (205.16 km/h)
The 2000 Pennzoil 400 was a NASCAR Winston Cup event that occurred on November 12, 2000. The race is known for Bobby Labonte clinching his first Winston Cup title. Tony Stewart won the race, leading 166 of the 267 laps run. Steve Park was on the Pole. This event was the 2nd Winston Cup event that was covered on NBC.
Lasting for three hours and eight minutes, the race would be slowed down four times for a duration of 25 laps; or 9% of the total race. The average green flag duration was slightly more than 48 laps. Six drivers were involved in terminal crashes; including last-place finisher Scott Pruett. Eight drivers failed to qualify for this race; including Kyle Petty. Morgan Shepherd withdrew from the race even though he had a good chance of qualifying.