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Greg Biffle leads the point standings by 19 points over Matt Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt, Jr., with Martin Truex, Jr. (-20), and Kevin Harvick (-24) making up the top five. Other notable drivers include Brad Keselowski (15th), Mark Martin (20th), … Continue reading
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