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Tony Stewart can start 3 for 3 in the Chase. He's also aiming for his third career Cup championship.
It would be fair to call the inaugural Sprint Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway a debacle.
Go ahead. Count out Jimmie Johnson.
There has to be a simple solution for all the drivers who can't stretch their fuel to finish line. Follow the No. 14's lead.
There was something different about Jimmie Johnson this year as he readied for yet another challenge to his reign of NASCAR.
Tony Stewart made it 2 for 2 in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, pulling ahead when Clint Bowyer ran out of gas with two laps left to win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday.
Look at those standings. For once during the Chase, it's Hendrick Motorsports drivers Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon looking up at teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr.
One and done? Title hopes up in smoke? For the Chase drivers who ran out of gas or good luck in the playoff opener, they have kept the faith that their championship pursuits aren't spoiled because of a bad start.
The long-delayed project to wire New York City subway stations for cellphone service is finally bearing fruit. A person close to the matter said six stations will go live with the service on Tuesday.