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For the second week in a row the Sprint Cup race was a matter of economy and great fuel mileage, versus a very fast, great handling race car. In the end, on Sunday, “Blazingly Bad” Brad Keselowski had plenty of both. Keselowski logged his second Sprint Cup victory in just sixty six races by winning The STP 400 Sprint Cup race at the Kansas Speedway.
Additionally, for the second week in a row Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was in the hunt for his first victory in 105 races. However, just like last week in Charlotte, it was not to be. Nevertheless, Dale Jr. was able to secure a second place finish this week, moving himself up one place in the overall standings for the 2011 Chase to third place.
See the unofficial results of the STP 400 Sprint Cup race at the Kansas Speedway.
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