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His House: Jimmie Johnson Wins (Again) at Lowe’s Motor Speedway

After German and Scots-Irish settlers found themselves in disagreement over where to settle their city, Concord, North Carolina was settled in 1796. One hundred and sixty four years later, what is now known as Lowe's Motor Speedway was built, and the city has since become the hub of NASCAR racing-- and the track itself has become Jimmie Johnson's personal playground. Of his 16 career starts at the track, the points leader coming into Saturday night's NASCAR Banking 500 has five wins, eight top fives and 12 top tens, and has an average top ten finish (9.1).   With his qualifying lap of 192.376 mph, not only did the defending champion win his third pole of the season, he also set one of the fastest laps in the COT.   Johnson and teammate Ma...

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