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Letter of the Race: Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 was brought to you by the Letter T, for "Track Position." While tires were crucial Sunday, Kevin Harvick proved that if you got a good enough restart, you could overcome the tire disadvantage. That was what Harvick needed in order to win. - Phil Allaway
Quotes to Remember: Hollywood Casino 400
"I felt like we had the race under control if it would've kept going green. We really had something fast there and then that restart Jimmie (Johnson) got behind Kevin (Harvick) and pushed him just far enough out there that we got into turn 1 and I just couldn't hang and slow Kevin down and he just broke the draft there. And after that I ended up racing Kyle (Busch). I mean, that was a real battle and that let Kevin get out ahead. That was a pretty hard battle, but at the end of the day you're racing for every position here. I thought we raced as hard as – it was reasonable but it was pretty hard. The hard part for me is just we didn't win this race. I know we've got a points cushion going into Talladega and everything, but it is hard to lose anything, it is really hard to lose a race here but I'm really proud of how we ran." - Carl Edwards, finished second
by Amy Henderson
Cool Down: Who Can Burst the Bubble?
by Summer Bedgood
Pace Laps: Joe Gibbs Racing Getting Beat While XFINITY Series Chase Gets Spicy at Kansas
by the Frontstretch Staff
Q: Much like Fuji's first F1 race in 1976, F1's return in 2007 was marred by heavy rains and fog. However, that particular event is probably best known for a collision between future teammates. What happened?
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