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NASCAR Sprint Cup: Chase Strategy, Surprises and Stats from New Hampshire

The Chase drivers did their best to rebound from the fuel mileage problems at Chicagoland, but while some made up valuable points, others met with unpleasant surprises. Kurt Busch was fourth in the point standings prior to the race, but as the pre-race ceremonies got underway, the driver of the No. 22 did not have a car to stand by. The Penske Dodge driven by Busch failed inspection because the rear end housing was out 1/32nd making the body offset a bit too much. Though he was able to start fifth when the field took the green, Busch was hardly a contender during the race. The unsettling circumstances with inspection was not their only problem as he ran mid-pack or worse throughout the race. Ryan Newman started on the pole and was the winne...

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