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NASCAR Chasers Set Their Sights on Dover and the AAA 400

With the exciting and controversial first round of the 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup at Loudon in the books, the season's 12 best drivers shift their focus to Dover International Speedway—a track known for surprising finishes and the unexpected. Dover is a track unlike any other on the Sprint Cup circuit. It is high banked and one mile in length. It's 24 degrees of banking in the corners and nine degrees of banking on the straights make it a self-cleaning track where all cars involved in a wreck find themselves at the bottom against the inside retaining walls. Like a short track, Dover is known for its massive pileups that have been known to take many cars out of contention at one time. Tony Stewart's fuel gamble last week f...

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