NASCAR At Phoenix: Kyle Busch, Tony Stewart Lead Noise Ratings

The boos for Kyle Busch were louder than the cheers for defending NASCAR champ Tony Stewart prior to Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix.

Busch earned the most attention from the crowd, even though he hasn't done anything lately to rile fans.

Pole-sitter Mark Martin – who always gets a good reception in Phoenix – was third, edging Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a podium spot.

Matt Kenseth made a rare appearance in the top 10 after his Daytona 500 win, and Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh grabbed the final position, thanks to fans showering him with the "Suuuuuuh" chant.

Here's the top 10 at Phoenix (and here's how we got these measurements):

Driver dB Type of Noise Comment
1 Kyle Busch 87.2 Boos Not fans of Ms. Brown M&M?
2 Tony Stewart 86.8 Cheers Lots of love for the champ
3 Mark Martin 86.4 Cheers Pole-sitter
4 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 86.3 Cheers Starting 30th hurt cheers
5 Jeff Gordon 85.4 Mix Defending race winner
6 Jimmie Johnson 85.2 Mix More cheers than usual
7 Matt Kenseth 84.5 Cheers First race since Daytona win
8 Juan Pablo Montoya 84.2 Boos Lots of jet dryer fans?
9 Kevin Harvick 83.7 Mix Usually gets all cheers
10 Ndamukong Suh 83.2 "Suuuuuuuh" Lions DT was grand marshal
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