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Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick in Class of Their Own After 1-2 Finish at Kansas

The Chase for the Sprint Cup is a long way away—15 races and more than four months—and if your name isn’t Jimmie Johnson or Kevin Harvick, it’s a good thing. Time must be bought. Catch-up must be played. Ground must be gained. Johnson led only the final 10 laps of Saturday night’s (and Sunday morning’s) rain-interrupted SpongeBob SquarePants 400 at Kansas Speedway, hanging on to first place over Harvick, who cost himself track position by stopping for two fresh tires before the final six laps of racing. “In some ways, we fought really hard to get to Victory Lane,” Johnson said in the winner’s media conference afterwards, “but it’s fun to win one gambling.” The Cha...

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