McMurray takes this win, Johnson takes the lead
It was a big one, but not The Big One. Coming to the checkers, McMurray had the lead and Earnhardt Jr. had talked strategy. Then not too far behind them did things start getting a little crazy. And while it was too late for Jr Nation, McMurray flew the #1 Cessna Ford to Victory Lane. Breaking a 108-race drought, McMurray became the 2nd “non-Chaser” to win this month.
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Wild finish at Talladega
Coming back to the checkered flag, Sauter led the pack only to see “The Big One” happening behind him. Sauter captured his third win of the season and the ninth of his career. For more information on this race, go to Speedway Digest.com.
Keslowski back in Victory Lane
Breaking at 37-race drought, Miller Lite was raining down in Victory Lane as Brad Keslowski wins his first race of the season. Debris on the track brought out the caution at Lap 307, four fresh tires helped put Keslowski up front. For more of the story, go to Speedway Digest.
Gordon – Last to qualify, will start first
So the last will be first…OK, that’s not quite what that verse means, but Jeff Gordon was the last to qualify at Charlotte Motor Speedway. And he’ll be leading the field to the green this Saturday night. For more details, go to Speedway Digest.com.
Harvick crashes the Chase Party, Brings his own Bud
As Kenseth struggled with new tires and handling on a newly paved track, Johnson had a bizzare power blip, and Harvick raced ahead to win at Kansas.
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