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FYI WIRZ: NASCAR’s Chase Race Gets Halfway at Monster Dover

It’s called the Monster Mile, Dover International Speedway, for a good reason. It’s steep configuration, nothing like a normal mile that any of us walk or drive routinely, often bashes hasty moves from stock car drivers. The intimidating one-mile concrete oval has 24-degree banking in the corners and nine-degree banking on the straightaways. NASCAR drivers won’t ignore the difficulty of the famed concrete track in Dover, Delaware, when the NSCS competes 400 miles during the FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks on May 31. Nine drivers have wins in 2015 and know they will be competing in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship during this 13th race of the season at Dover. Drivers without wins know when the green flag wa...

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