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...Wayne Staats By Marc Weiszer By Travis Highfield By David Lee By Janie McCauley By SCHUYLER DIXON By Don Coble By Doug Ferguson By John Kekis By Ralph D. Russo By Vivian Salama By Tim Reynolds Monday...
Jimmie Johnson's win was too little, too late

Jimmie Johnson felt no satisfaction Sunday by keeping Brad Keselowski from clinching a Final Four spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
NASCAR's ruling on Matt Kenseth leaves drivers confused

Although NASCAR drew the line Tuesday by issuing penalties to Matt Kenseth for purposely crashing race leader Joey Logano last Sunday at Martinsville Speedway, drivers still are confused what is and isn't allowed.
Moment of truth arrives for some drivers at Talladega

Drivers have dreaded Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway for months.
Sponsorship conflicts are common in NASCAR

Sponsorship conflicts are common on teams and within NASCAR.
Joey Logano wins Talladega with controversial finish that eliminates Dale Earnhardt Jr.

TALLADEGA, Ala. - Joey Logano completed a sweep of the second round of NASCAR's playoffs by winning in a controversial finish Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway.
Joey Logano can recharge his batteries

Joey Loganoly relieved to know his Chase for the Sprint Cup championship playoff hopes won't rely in surviving next week's race at NASCAR's most-notorious minefield, Talladega Superspeedway.
Kevin Harvick's past helped him deal with pressure at Dover

Although Kevin Harvick faced a win-or-go-home challenge last Sunday at Dover International Speedway, the defending Sprint Cup Series champion was never more relaxed.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. slips into second round

A third-place finish at Dover International Speedway proved to be a win for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Joe Gibbs has mixed emotions after latest win by his team

Even as car owner Joe Gibbs was celebrating yet another victory last Sunday - his team's 10th in the past 13 races - his emotions were divided.