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Clint Bowyer’s Penalty Will Cost Him Title, Just Like Dale Jr. and Mark Martin

In football, coaches drill the idea into their players that fewer mistakes means more wins. It is no different in NASCAR. A dropped lug nut costs a pit crew three seconds in the pits, but leads to lost positions on the track. Spinning the tires on a restart means the car to the left or right has the advantage entering the first corner. One slight mistake makes a big difference. When it comes to winning and losing championships, mistakes are the last thing any driver needs. Look at Clint Bowyer, he came out of New Hampshire on top of the world. Just like 2007, he left the "Magic Mile" with the biggest win of his season. This time, he left with the idea of bringing home a championship to Richard Childress Racing. From entering the Chase in 12...

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