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Sprint Cup Chase 2015: NASCAR Standings, Schedule After AAA Texas 500

You knew it would happen before the Chase was over. On Sunday, Jimmie Johnson played spoiler as he won the AAA Texas 500. He led only six laps, but one of them was the final revolution of Texas Motor Speedway.  Despite having been eliminated from the Chase early, Johnson's experience and the speed of his No. 48 car proved to be a winning combination. Brad Keselowski had led 312 of the 334 laps of the race, but Johnson would not relent. "I just kept pressure on him," Johnson said in Victory Lane, per "I could see that he was really tight and that was the first I had seen him that vulnerable all day. I just kept the pressure on him, kept searching for a line. He saw me coming on the top and protected it. I just kept trying t...

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