LOUDON, N.H.— Wide open. That’s an apt description of Sunday’s action at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where a succession of on-track dust-ups and hold-your-breath restarts played havoc with the fortunes of Chase drivers who entered the Sylvania 300 feeling relatively secure about their prospects of advancing to the second elimination round. Wide open. That’s also an apt description of the state of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. One by one, Chase drivers and their teams made mistakes or fell victim to accidents on the track. Fifteen cautions—two short of the track record—punctuated the action, with 13 yellows coming in the final 131 laps of a scheduled 300. Loose lug nuts. Loose race cars. All contributed to the construction of an unlikely scenario ... FULL STORY »
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