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Topic - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The Penske Racing driver and 2012 race winner followed his record-breaking pole effort to lead 199 of 267 laps en route to his second victory of the season and 12th of his career.
Brad Keselowski finished third Sunday after two straight runner-up showings at Dover and Pocono. Paul Menard was fourth, followed by Kasey Kahne, Gordon and Earnhardt.
Earnhardt led only 11 laps but his No. 88 Chevrolet was the car to beat down the stretch, and he zipped past the dominant Keselowski, who had debris on his grille and a hot engine, with five laps remaining in the 400-mile race. Keselowski was second for the second straight race.
It turns out Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a pastime that thrills him nearly as much as winning a checkered flag.
Some of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s earliest NASCAR memories came at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and he hopes to add another big one by winning the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday night.
NASCAR's most popular driver has certified that Charles Barkley is "not turrible" behind the wheel.
Chase Elliott's early success hasn't forced Hendrick Motorsports to speed up its long-term plan for the driver.
It's dash-for-cash, nothing on the line for NASCAR's top drivers but a big payday.
Daytona 500 champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. plans to visit a Topeka high school this week ahead of Saturday's Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway.
Through the first four months of 2014, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has landed a new sponsor, another Daytona 500 win and an award selected by the media.
"I tried to screw it up a couple times in the race, but I calmed down and was able to get a good finish," Earnhardt said after his career-best finish on a road course. "I got into Matt, I jumped a curb and jumped into the air and just ran into him. Totally my fault. I hope he's not sore with me."
"I feel like I'm such a lucky guy to have this second opportunity again to be competitive," Earnhardt said.