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CONCORD, N.C. (AP) It's only fitting that Jimmie Johnson's latest romp through the record books was shrouded in post-race controversy.
What's a Johnson win, after all, without a good conspiracy theory?
The latest instance of black helicopters hovering over the Hendrick Motorsports team came in the closing laps of Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race after Johnson headed down pit road in the fourth position for the final stop. A speedy quick four-tire change sent him back onto the track in second and put him in position for his record fourth All-Star race victory.
|Johnson wins record fourth NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race|
CONCORD, N.C.—The Brothers Busch won the first four segments of Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but Jimmie Johnson took the one the counted—the 10-lap dash to the finish.
Speeding away from Hendrick Motorsports teammate Kasey Kahne after a restart on Lap 81 of 90, Johnson won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series all-star exhibition race for a record fourth time, beating charging Joey Logano to the stripe by 1.722 seconds. (MORE)