Jimmie Johnson was the favorite heading into Sunday's FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway, and he validated those odds by claiming his second consecutive win of the 2014 season. Johnson won Sunday's race in dominating fashion, leading more than half of the miles on tap after contender Kyle Busch's race ended prematurely.
Sunday's race may best be remembered for different circumstances, though. Jamie McMurray ran over section of the track that had broken up, throwing concrete chunks flying through the air and sending McMurray's car glancing off of the outside wall. The race ...
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