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Fans watch as Jimmie Johnson and the #48 Lowe’s Chevy lead the #83 Red Bull Toyota, driven by Brian Vickers, into turn 4.

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Five-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson looks to defend his title at Infineon Raceway
Five-time champion eyes Infineon repeat
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NASCAR revs up confrontations – on track and off
Imagine an NFL team owner grabbing an opposing quarterback in a headlock after a game. Imagine a big-league ballplayer taking a microphone during pregame introductions and calling an opposing player “an ass.” Imagine a…
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Denny Hamlin passes muster with Michigan victory
Times wires Sunday, June 19, 2011 BROOKLYN, Mich. — Two days after facing questions about unauthorized auto parts and possible penalties, Denny Hamlin enjoyed a happier kind of scrutiny. Hamlin earned his first Sprint Cup victory this year Sunday, holding off Matt Kenseth to win the Heluva Good 400 at Michigan International Speedway. The drivers appeared headed for a fuel-mileage finish, but a …
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Hamlin back on top
BROOKLYN, Mich. — Denny Hamlin was on top of the stock car racing world for a good portion of last season, when he won a Sprint Cup Series best eight races. The 2011 tour has been considerably different, and Hamlin was winless until he returned to Michigan International Speedway, the site of one of his most dominant performances from the previous year.Charging out of the pits first with only …
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