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NASCAR: Roush-Ka-Teers Kenseth and Edwards Tame the Monster

Racin’ with Russ - Pit strategy gave Matt Kenseth the opportunity to be in the right place at the right time to claim his second win NASCAR Sprint Cup of the season, this one at the very tough Monster Mile in Dover, DE. Until the final pit stop with around 40 to go, it appeared one of three drivers would be standing tall in victory lane, those drivers being either Clint Bowyer, Carl Edwards or lap leader Jimmie Johnson. They raced each other long and hard all day, all taking turns out front. They came in the pits as the top three, but emerged pit lane in the bottom of the top 10 as teams rolled the dice with two-tire, four-tire and in the case of Mark Martin, no tires or gas game plans! With 35 laps remaining, Martin took the point br...

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