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At Kansas Joe Nemechek and Ricky Rudd raced side-by-side for the win, and they aren't even in contention for that 11th spot. It was great to see them do what they did on Sunday, and it was great to see that No. 21 car running up front.
"Case"-ing a win
Casey Mears is fast in the 41 car week after week after week, but he just can't buy any luck.
On Sunday, he had a race car that led the race, but unfortunately, he got a vibration, blew a right front tire and hit the wall hard. If Mears and his team can ever shake that monkey off their back, you're going to see them get to victory lane, just like Nemechek did at Kansas.
Speaking of Caseys, don't forget Kasey Kahne. You can't have race cars as good as Kahne has had this year for as many races as they have been good and not get to victory lane. A win has to be coming, and once he gets to victory lane, his second, third and fourth wins won't be far behind.