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Nothing Surprising About Jimmie Johnson’s 10th Win at Dover…or Anything Else

Jimmie Johnson won at Dover International Speedway for the 10th time. The winner of six Sprint Cup championships is also the winner of more races (four) this year than anyone else. The other multiple-race winner, and reigning champion, Kevin Harvick, finished second. Johnson led 23 laps. The last 23. “Insane,” he said. “What a long, hard-fought day to get to the front.” Ten victories at Dover. Richard Petty and Bobby Allison, each of whom won seven, are unlikely to catch up. Petty’s last Dover win was in 1984, Allison’s in ’83. Jeff Gordon won last year. He’s got five. Johnson and his sometimes grating crew chief, Chad Knaus, were happy again. They had bickered in Charlotte. The plot of ...

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