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Jeff Gordon Solidifies Status as 2014 Chase Favorite with Win at Michigan

Jeff Gordon is clearly at the top of his game. Using both determination and his experience—a combination far more powerful than the 850 horsepower under the hood of his race car—Gordon muscled past a much younger Joey Logano on a final restart to win the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Having just turned 43, an age when many NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers start thinking of retirement, he’s not lost anything. On the contrary, his victory Sunday places him solidly at the top of a list of favorites for the 2014 Sprint Cup championship. For sports fans, there is nothing more enjoyable than watching a master at work, plying his craft in a way that only a veteran like Gordon is capable of doing. “That last...

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