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NASCAR at Texas 2014 Results: Race Order, Final Times and Twitter Reaction

Matt Kenseth remains in the hunt for the 2014 Sprint Cup title, and he put himself in great position for this Sunday's AAA Texas 500. The No. 20 car took home the pole on Friday at the Texas Motor Speedway, which is Kenseth's second of the season. The race track shared the victory via Twitter: Heading into the race, Kenseth sits fourth in the standings. If that remains true after the Quicken Loans Race For Heroes 500, he'll be through to the Championship Round, but only just. The top four drivers in the standings advance, with those sitting fifth through eighth axed from contention. Winning the pole at this stage in the season is huge for Kenseth to retain his top-four place. He wouldn't want to watch all of his hard work be undone with on...

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