Start Your Engines ... Finally

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Updated: 6/30/2013 10:55 pm
The rain rain - finally going away today at the Kentucky Speedway, site of the Quaker State 400. Some 16 hours after the green flag was supposed the drop - the engines finally roared ...

Jimmie Johnson jumping out to an early and sustained lead. Leading the pack for 182 of the 267 laps.

Johnson spinning out on the next to last restart.

Matt Kenseth seizing the opportunity *and the checkered flag. His fourth win of the season.

Kenseth on the victory -

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