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IT'S A REAL PENNANT RACE
LARS ANDERSON
October 17, 2011
NASCAR has its tightest Chase ever, but with a dominant victory at Kansas Speedway, Jimmie Johnson and the 48 team made it clear that they're again bringing the heat—and with six races remaining in this high-octane fall classic, Mr. Five-Time is gunning for Cup No. 6
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October 17, 2011

It's A Real Pennant Race

NASCAR has its tightest Chase ever, but with a dominant victory at Kansas Speedway, Jimmie Johnson and the 48 team made it clear that they're again bringing the heat—and with six races remaining in this high-octane fall classic, Mr. Five-Time is gunning for Cup No. 6

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Minutes later, Johnson climbed into an SUV and drove off into the twilight, heading to the airport and a flight home to Charlotte. Six races remain in the championship charge that could be the most satisfying of his career—and the most impressive in NASCAR history.

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