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Talladega Could End Earnhardt Jr.'s Slide

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Everything old is expected to be new again at Talladega Superspeedway this weekend, and that could mean the return of a once-familiar face in the track's victory lane.

It's been 138 races since a Sprint Cup victory for Dale Earnhardt Jr., but NASCAR's most popular driver notched his fourth runner-up finish in the past 40 races last weekend at Read Full Article »

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