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NASCAR Sprint Cup Finale Proves No One Deserves Title More Than Tony Stewart

Tony Stewart talked the talk then backed it up with what may well go down in NASCAR history as the hardest drive for a Cup title in the history of the sport as he went head-to-head with Carl Edwards. By lap six, Kurt Busch had blown a transmission that caused a hole in the grille screen of Stewart's No. 14 Chevy. The radiator was safe, but repairs forced Stewart back to 40th place. His crew later had trouble with a tire change during a pit stop and he lost eight positions when he returned to the track. It happened again in another stop when there was an equipment failure during a tire change that once again dropped him back. Edwards led the most laps and garnered two bonus points, which forced Stewart to go for a win, and go for i...

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