A Total Wreck for Bowyer, Gordon

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Sunday's NASCAR race featured fireworks, fights and a reversal of fortune for its gold standard Jimmie Johnson.

Oh, and Kevin Harvick broke a 44-race winless streak for his third Cup career win at Phoenix International Raceway on a track he claimed “was more oil than asphalt” at the finish.

But that was just the beginning.

For Jeff Gordon, it was no more Mr. Nice Guy. After several run-ins between he and Clint Bowyer this season – including...

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