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May 18, 2014 - 07:00 AM
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2014 Charlotte (All-Star): Chevrolet NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Recap
Posted by: ASkyler on May 18, 2014 - 06:53 AM
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2014 Charlotte (All-Star): Chevrolet NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Recap


Jamie McMurray muscled his No. 1 Bass Pro Chevrolet SS to the front when it counted the most, and captured his first career NASCAR Sprint All-Star race, which was also the first for team owner Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sebates. The prize was a cool $1 million.

McMurray restarted in second position on the final 10-lap segment but made his way past the leader soon after the restart, and never looked back.

Since the inception of the All-Star race in 1985, the Bowtie emblem has shone brightest under the lights with Chevrolet-powered teams and drivers now having made 17 trips to Victory Lane in the exhibition race that highlighted points-race winners from the start of 2013.

Kevin Harvick finished in second place in his No. 4 Hunt Brother’s Pizza Chevrolet SS. Harvick, the All-Star champion in 2007, was unable to track McMurray down after moving into second with just five laps remaining. Daytona 500 champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. was also looking for his second All-Star win, but came home fourth In the No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet SS.

Matt Kenseth (Toyota) was third and Carl Edwards was fifth to round out the top-five.

The next race on the NASCAR Sprint Series schedule will also be at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The Coca-Cola 600, which is the longest race of the season, takes place on Sunday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. ET. It can be seen live on FOX and heard on PRN Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 90.


 

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