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NASCAR: Brad Keselowski Perfects Last Lap Drafting Defense at Talladega

 Superspeedway racing in NASCAR may often lead to unpredictable faces in victory lane, but its manifestation itself has been predictable for years now.Thanks to restrictor plates, the cars usually run in one big pack, often leading to major accidents at a simple lane change at the wrong time. Over the past few years, the idea of the two-car tandem draft has also emerged, with one driver carefully (but blindly) pushing another to the front.The one constant, however, has been the opportunity for a slingshot pass on the last lap, especially with the two-car drafts taking prevalence. In fact, the driver who led the penultimate lap of a Talladega Sprint Cup race failed to take the victory in all four races in the past two years.But on Sunda...

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