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Chase for the Cup Preview

Atlanta Former Atlanta Falcon Michael Vick issues the "Gentlemen, start your engines" command to start the Pep Boys 500. Ironically, it is Kyle Busch, piloting the No. 18 Pedigree Toyota, who dominates the race, with sights firmly set on piercing the top 12 in the point standings. Busch leads 297 of 330 laps, and seems well on his way to victory before tragedy strikes, with cat-like quickness and with equal irony, when Busch is collected in a crash involving Jeff Burton's No. 31 Caterpillar and Mark Martin's No. 5 Chevy, featuring Tony the Tiger on the hood. Kasey Kahne takes the victory while Busch recovers to finish 10th, keeping his Chase hopes alive. Busch guarantees victory at Richmond the following week.
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