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NASCAR Irwin Tools Night Race: Old School Bristol with New School Racing

Old Bristol is back! Well...sort of.The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series revved its engine under the lights at the historic Bristol Motor Speedway last night in a race that did not disappoint.After Brad Keselowski dominated the spring race at Bristol en route to his second straight victory at "The Last Coliseum," track owner Burton Smith ordered changes to the track that would narrow the groove of the track to force the cars to drive on the bottom line, in the hopes of reviving old Bristol racing.Well, Smith got half his wish. We witnessed one groove racing, but instead of bump and run slide jobs on the bottom, we saw it take place on the top. In the winning move, Denny Hamlin made a bump and run on the top and slid right in front of Carl Edwards' ...

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