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The Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of the Sylvania 300

We all knew, from experience, that the Chase carries with it a certain sense of pressure. The Chase, at large, is 10 races, but it really isn’t. It’s three-three-three and ONE. And with the debut in Chicagoland long gone and only one driver (Denny Hamlin) safe from the perils of elimination, there are only two races left for 11 other drivers to gain clearance into the Contender Round. The Challenger Round may very well be called the short-track round. The next two races are at one-mile tracks (Loudon and Dover), so it’s onto New Hampshire for the second race of the Challenger Round where some most drivers need to get busy in New England. Read on for a selection of this week’s top storylines.Begin Slideshow...

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