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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Makes the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Title, Now What?

The chance for Dale Earnhardt Jr. to make the Chase looked precarious at best when he slammed his No. 88 Chevrolet into Clint Bowyer, who had spun on lap eight at Richmond International Raceway.  The mangled front end could have easily ended his hopes to remain in the top 10 had the radiator given out with so much of the race left to run. They couldn't raise the hood for fear of it not closing properly. It was a long night for Earnhardt Jr., and his winless streak continued to 119 races at the Wonderful Pistachios 400. The Hendrick Motorsports driver expressed frustration during the race as to why his crew chief, Steve Letarte, wasn't making his car better. Dale Jr. really had no idea how badly damaged his car was. Letarte told hi...

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