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Letter of the Race: Sunday's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 was brought to you by the letter "L" for "Luck of the Draw." Chase Elliott was just a couple of minutes away from claiming his first career Sprint Cup Series victory when Michael McDowell blew his right front tire and littered the track with debris. With pit strategy being played, he ended up restarting fifth after getting beat out of the pits by Martin Truex, Jr. That ended up being the difference as Truex won with fresh tires while Elliott finished third. - Phil Allaway
Quotes to Remember: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400
"Yeah, very proud of this Lowe's team, everybody at Hendrick Motorsports. We are digging. I'm just… I just can't believe I got in trouble down there leaving the pits. I feel terrible for these guys. It should have been a top-5 day, but I will back down pit road even more and try not to make that mistake. Hats off to the team for our fast Lowe's Chevrolet, I just screwed up." - Jimmie Johnson, finished 12th
"It wasn't much fun, but I was proud of Mike (Bugarewicz, crew chief) and the guys on the Rush Truck Centers Chevy. We were probably a car that was going to be three or four laps down if we had to race yesterday. Today, we got the lucky dog twice, but we were much better - we just weren't good enough to be where we needed to be. We gained on it, for sure. But you gain on it and still aren't going to be good enough to move to the next round if we don't get better than this." - Tony Stewart, finished 16th
by Amy Henderson
Tire Woes, Cautions Make All the Difference in Chase Opener
Pace Laps: Hendrick's Return and a Hot XFINITY Title Fight
by the Frontstretch Staff
Q: In 2005, Dawayne Bryan picked up his one and only career victory in the ARCA Racing Series at Chicagoland Speedway. That victory was not easy. The last couple of laps were a real nailbiter for Bryan. Why?
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