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One and Done: AMP Energy 500

For the first time in its history, Talladega Superspeedway hosts a race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, as NASCAR's premiere series heads to Alabama this weekend for the AMP Energy 500.

Of the ten tracks in this year's Chase, Talladega is by far the most unpredictable. Only four drivers boast an average finish better than 10.0 at the track, and they have a combined four starts—all of which occurred in this spring's race. That event featured a wacky finish in which Brad Keselowski found himself in victory lane, but Carl Edwards found himself airborne.

At a massive track like Talladega, where the cars reach some of their highest speeds and restrictor plates bunch up the field, the "big one," a massive 20-something car pil...

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