The New Hampshire 300 seems like the last NASCAR race not named for a parts-store chain, home-improvement store, or wireless provider. It also provided Tony Stewart's 3rd victory in 4 starts, a strong performance that saw him leading 232 of 300 laps, and then a climb up the fence afterwards. That doesn't sound like an easy thing to do after wrestling a Cup car around for three hours. Kurt Busch placed 2nd, with Stewart's teammate Bobby Lebonte finishing in 3rd place. Last week's winner Dale Earnhart Jr. placed 9th (and apparently is pretty bummed-out about losing teammate Michael Waltrip after this season).
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