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NASCAR Nationwide Series Shifts to Road America and Look Who Won Amidst Chaos

It was a pretty calm race with a rough ending as the second-tier series of NASCAR headed to Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI for 50 laps on the four-mile road course. This was the second trip for the series at the historic track. Last year, Carl Edwards won the race in his Fastenal No. 60 Ford, but the Cup points leader wisely chose to concentrate on Sonoma. His replacement driver, Billy Johnson, had several incidents with the Roush Fenway Racing No. 60, but loss of oil pressure ended his day. Road course specialists, Jacques Villenueve drove the Penske No. 22 Dodge, and Ron Fellows was behind the wheel of the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet. It was Elliott Sadler's first trip to the track, and he ran in the top 10 consistently. Road course ...

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