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NASCAR Has a Close Finish: The End of the Race at Talladega Cuts It Close

October 31st had one of the best finishes in NASCAR at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama. The entire race had been pretty uneventful, and there was no big wreck like we expect from a race at the biggest track in NASCAR. Drafting was key, and two-car drafting worked much better than multi-car drafting. The two-car draft is why the race was so close. On the final lap, A.J. Allmendinger flipped, and many cars were involved. Kevin Harvick was leading at the line, but it depended on who was leading when the caution flew. NASCAR officials had to use video to see who the winner was. It was Richard Childress Racing teammates Clint Bowyer and Kevin Harvick who were up for the win. Everyone watched as Bowyer decided to do a burnout for th...

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