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Sprint Cup Chase 2015: NASCAR Standings and Schedule After Coke Zero 400

Dale Earnhardt Jr. already had a place in the Sprint Cup Chase in the bag, but earning a second win in 2015 will certainly come in handy once the Challenger Round begins. Earnhardt captured a hard-fought green-white-checkered victory in the Coke Zero 400 early Monday morning. Both Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin pushed the No. 88 car hard, but Junior maintained his position and held off their combined challenge. The 40-year-old now sits third in the Chase standings behind Johnson and Kevin Harvick. His best chance of jumping up into second might be winning another race given Harvick's level of consistency this year. Although Earnhardt winning is always major news, the terrifying crash involving Austin Dillon will be the moment most fans are...

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