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Daytona 500: Busch and Kenseth Look Sharp, Junior Looks Ragged

Coming into the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup campaign, one of the major stories involved the re-evolution of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and how he should rebound. With the exception of qualifying on the front row for Sunday’s Daytona 500, all of his other performances at Daytona have been mediocre at best. The actual real racing hasn’t happened yet, so there still may be hope, but based on his lackluster 21st place finish in the Gatorade Duel, and his last three poor practice times, the indication is that he is closer to finishing Sunday’s race in the bottom half of the field rather than the top half. Hendrick Motorsports has poured every resource possible into the No. 88 team, including new Chassis, better communication with fellow garage-mates of...

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