Found April 23, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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For at least a while Sunday at Kansas Speedway, we saw a chance that drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Martin Truex Jr. were finally going to break their losing streaks and get back to Victory Lane. Obviously, eventual race-winner Denny Hamlin dashed all those hopes and brought home his second NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the season. It is so much easier to talk about what those drivers trying to snap a streak need to do then actually being the one behind the wheel trying to make it happen. That said, I still will tell you that those drivers need to keep doing what they are doing. When you keep performing like they are right now, the wins will come. It has been since June 2007 since Martini won, and it has been June 2008 since Dale Jr. won. However, when you run as consistently as they are running right now, the wins will come. Just keep putting yourself in position to win each week and it will happen. That is exactly what you have to convince yourself will happen as a driver. ...
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