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Chase Update: Hamlin Wins at Martinsville; Talladega Looms for Championship Contenders

10/29/2009Summary

One week after an old-school slugfest at the Chase’s shortest track, Martinsville Speedway, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series playoffs resume at Talladega Superspeedway, the biggest and fastest circuit in the 10-race slate. Talladega Superspeedway is the most unpredictable of the Chase races. No lead is safe coming into Sunday’s event. No lead is ever safe coming into Talladega.

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