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NASCAR at Darlington: Previewing the Cup Race at the Track Too Tough to Tame

This weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes its one and only trip of the season to Darlington Raceway, or as it is more affectionately known as, "the lady in black". Darlington is famous for adorning many of the cars with the patented "Darlington stripe". That is when the car runs out of race track, and scrapes the wall coming out of turn four. On a good day, the lady in black will typically tag about half of the field with her markings. This track has been labeled "the track too tough to tame" and for good reason.To win here is truly an accomplishment, and something that requires not only the perfect car, but a perfect day from its driver. Last season, it was Denny Hamlin who was able to celebrate victory. He won for the first time at...

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