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Lost in the Wreckage: What We Overlooked at Atlanta Motor Speedway

A driver went to victory lane on Sunday afternoon. A team got to celebrate taking a checkered flag. Trophies were presented, photos were taken, and post-race interviews were conducted. On Sunday, there was a 500-mile race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway that saw Kurt Busch take his first win of the season. But, is anyone talking about the victory? Is anyone discussing the final pit stops where Busch had to pass three cars to get ahead? No, they are not. On lap 323 of the scheduled 325 laps, the story happened. Carl Edwards hits Brad Keselowski, Busch's teammate, and the No. 12 Dodge takes flight. In that moment, the previous 322 laps disappeared. The pit stops, the passes, the lead changes; everything else disappeared when that car hit the wa...

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