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With Four To Go: Jimmie Johnson Knows It’s Still Anybody’s Chase

He is only four races from possibly making NASCAR history, with his biggest obstacle at 2.66 miles in length quietly looming on the horizon. In 15 starts at the house that Earnhardt built, Jimmie Johnson is hoping to add another victory to his one and only win which came back on May 1, 2006 when he started from the 16th spot. And even with that 16th place finish, it would not be enough to stop Johnson from taking his first step towards his first Sprint cup championship. Johnson, who enters this weekends race with a 118-point lead over his Hendrick teammate, Mark Martin, while leading the chase, knows that he is not out of danger until the checkered flag waves after the Amp Energy 500 on Sunday. "Talladega is the track where you don't have...

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