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Keselowski's Plan Works at Talladega

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Much like dominoes falling, NASCAR's high-speed machines could not withstand the collective forces of nature in the sport's most bouncy race track.

Boom, boom, boom, cars kept dropping out on a muggy Sunday afternoon. Engines overheating. Cars bumping into each other. Unfortunate circumstances. Silly, stupid human error.

Only 19 cars remained on the lead lap when Kyle Busch couldn't chase down Brad Keselowski on a green-white-checker, two-lap restart in the Aaron's 499.

Keselowski, with Busch's aerodynamic push, first slid by the dual Roush Fords of leader...

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