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NASCAR Officiating Ends Carl Edwards’ Hopes of Victory at Richmond

With both the NBA and NHL in the midst of their playoffs right now, the topic of officiating is bound to come up on just about every sports TV channel, network and radio show. But those looking for a controversial officiating story to pick up need look no further than Saturday night's Capital City 400 at the Richmond International Raceway to have plenty to talk about.Roush Fenway Racing's Carl Edwards established himself as the dominant driver in the race, leading 206 laps and looking like a sure bet to take his first victory in over a year. But after NASCAR decided that he jumped a Lap 320 restart, Edwards was black-flagged by the sanctioning body, sending him to the end of the lead lap. He would eventually recover for a 10th-place finish,...

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