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NASCAR Nationwide Series at Kentucky 2014: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. At Road America, Brendan Gaughan was both as he captured his first win of his career in the Nationwide Series. The 38-year-old overtook Alex Tagliani after he ran out of fuel and held him off to take the checkered flag. Following the wild race on the rain-slicked track, Gaughan spoke about his victory at the road course, per the Associated Press: I love racing in the rain. It's fun. And when you're good at it, it makes it even more fun. I haven't smelled blood in a long time. That's been something I've been lacking lately is that killer attitude. When it started to rain, even without the wiper blade, I started to smell blood and said, 'I'm coming.' With the win coming in his 98th start on the ...

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