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NASCAR at Dover 2016: Winners and Losers from the AAA Drive for Autism 400

Toward the end of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway, FS1 NASCAR analyst Jeff Gordon said during the broadcast, “Matt Kenseth has had a tough year, and he’s right up there. He can win this race. Don’t count out Kyle Larson. He’s right there from the second row.” Is he the oracle? Kenseth carried his No. 20 car to Victory Lane for the first time of the season and the first time in 17 races. He did it while holding off a rabid Larson, who drove with the quiet desperation of a driver still looking for his first win. The effort ranked as Larson’s best in his young career (and I’m not talking about the second-place finish; I mean the overall performance from beginning to end.) T...

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