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Can Lance McGrew Make a Save In the Second Half of the Season?

The No. 88 NASCAR Sprint Cup car looked stout going around Pocono Raceway, the left front riding stable and close to the track, just as it should. Qualifying at the tricky triangle was not a problem for Dale Earnhardt Jr., as he put his National Guard/Amp Energy Chevrolet in third position for the start of the Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 sponsored by Target to be run this Sunday. Earnhardt Jr. qualified with a 53.224 at 169.097 compared to pole-sitter Kyle Busch who had a 53.102 at 169.485. Junior's average finish at Pocono Raceway is 17.6 which closely mirrors his his 17th place in the NASCAR Sprint Cup points standings.. He has never won at Pocono, but has six top-10 finishes. Going into the second half of the season, Lance McGrew must p...

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