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Race: Bank Of America 500 Track: Charlotte Winner: Matt Kenseth What happened: Kenseth motored past Kyle Busch, then held on after a restart to take the win. History: This is Kenseth’s 21st career win and third in 2011. Points: Carl Edwards … Continue reading
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