Gordon holds off Harvick to win in the Heartland
It was a stormy Saturday night at Kansas Speedway when Jeff Gordon came out of no where to finally grab his first win of the 2014 NASCAR Spring Cup Series season. The race started 35 minutes late because of rain. While the strongest part of the storm stayed north & west of the track, there was enough rain to delayed start, where Kevin Harvick started on the pole.
For Jeff Gordon, this win was the culmination of what has been a good season to date. By just leading the nine final laps, Gordon earned his 89th career wind in his 736th Sprint Cup Series start. For more info on this race, go to Speedway Digest.
Hamlin Holds Onto the Lead at Talladega
Redemption works in crazy ways. Denny Hamlin has had some bad luck over the past year or so. However, Hamlin in victorious for the first time in 2014, and in doing so won in his 300th career start in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
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Hits both On & Off the Track
At Richmond last season, Joey Logano was in a familiar position. This time, Logano was the man behind the wad of cards trying to go for the win, trying to capitalize on the beating and banging of the competitors in front of him, as drivers were hard on the gas during a nine-lap dash to the finish.
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