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NASCAR: Gas Sipping Strategies Send Keselowski and Allgaier to Checkers

For the second weekend in a row, NASCAR race results were dictated by fuel mileage strategies. Saturday’s Nationwide race at Chicagoland was decided by who could coast faster as Justin Allgaier and Carl Edwards both ran out of gas in sight of the checkers with Allgaier coming out the winner.Sunday’s hot weather in Kansas saw Brad Keselowski have just enough go-juice to edge Dale Earnhardt Jr. to the Sprint Cup stripe. The Cup race began with a rapid Kurt Busch out front and would lead most of the laps, but a late race pit stop dropped the Penske driver from first to ninth at the end. During the 400-mile race, Edwards was strong enough to lead nearly two dozen laps, but as the track changed, his crew was not able to change the ca...

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