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Chris Buescher’s Pocono Upset Adds Major Drama to Race for Remaining Chase Spots

To every fan who complains that the same drivers win all the races: Once in a great while, the Walter Mitty-esque tale of a Chris Buescher occurs, rare and unexpected. Buescher won the Pennsylvania 400, which was rained out on Sunday and concluded by fog—fog!—on Monday. After the pall fell over Pocono Raceway with 138 out of a scheduled 160 laps completed, the driver of the unfamiliar car at the front of the field was Chris Buescher, the reigning NASCAR Xfinity Series champion, not his older cousin, James Buescher, who won the Camping World Truck Series title in 2012. It has become easier to tell one Buescher from another. "Pretty wild day," 23-year-old Chris said in the winner's media conference. "Pretty eventful weekend." Now...

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