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    Talladega Race

    Aaron's 499
    What: Aaron's 499 (500 miles or 188 laps)
    Where: Talladega Superspeedway, a 2.66-mile highly banked tri-oval located in Talladega, Ala.
    When: 1 p.m. Eastern Sunday. Qualifying is 4:05 p.m. Friday.
    TV: Fox
    Radio: Motor Racing Network
    Purse: $4,882,015
    Last year's winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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    The Big One

    Well looks like another flat tire cause a massive wreck for the second day in a row at Talladega. This one involves 27 cars, 17 of which are in the garage area. Ryan Newman was the unlucky driver to have the tire go down while running toward the front of the pack in turn one.
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    man Dale Earnhardt junior does it again. but not without being involved in the 27 car pile up and starting last cause of an engine change. Plus I'm sure that some will say nascar gave him that pass when others would have been penalised but I think not. I do believe that kenseth forced him down and he took as little evasive action as he could to advoid a wreck

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    NASCAR was right not to penalize him for going below the yellow. He was already passing Kenseth when he was forced down there. In fact he was doorhandle to doorhandle with him. Great race though, I saw the last ten laps at work
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