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Stewart's Solution for Disputes? Fists

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NASCAR's leniency in letting drivers retaliate for perceived slights helped put Tony Stewart in victory lane Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.

The two-time Sprint Cup champion still thinks the "Boys, Have at It" policy could use tweaking: Less banging bumpers and more swinging fists.

"NASCAR is going to have to, at some point,...

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