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Bristol Could Deliver a Knockout Punch to Teams in and out of the Top 35

The high, tight banks of the Bristol Motor Speedway have always been a favorite to drivers and fans alike since the track opened its doors for its 1961 inaugural event. With fans that fill 160,000 seats as high as the sky to surround the half-mile track, there’s no escaping. The racers are on top of each other and the fans are on top of the action, and anything can happen. From traffic jams that turn into wrecks, to bump and runs, and post race altercations, Bristol is one tough race. The Food City 500 next Sunday will be no different, and it has nothing to do with the Carl Edwards/Brad Keselowski drama from the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta. Bristol will mark the final race of the 2010 season that uses last year’s car owner point...

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