Rainy Race Day at Martinsville

Today was a wet one at Martinsville, Virginia for today’s Sprint Cup race at the most famous short track in racing…
As usual it was a bump and run kind of day at Martinsville…some came back strong, some came back weaker and some didn’t come back for 60 or so laps…
Almost everyone finished out the day, although one driver was 80 laps down, others were anywhere from 26 to 60 laps down as well but it was overall a good day for staying on the track for most of the race.
Junior led a couple of times, to the delight of Junior Nation…Jimmy Johnson and Jeff Gordon had their turns as well as Jeff Burton and Denny Hamlin…
At the end, where it counts!, the last lap belonged to Denny Hamlin, who won the lovely prize of the Grandfather clock trophy that has become a symbol of Martinsville.
Tony Stewart, the man!, came in 5th..not bad at all!…and Junior was right behind him for 6th…good job guys!


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