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Late Race Frustration
May 3 - - Jeff Gordon led 47 laps at Talladega Superspeedway, but lost track position after a late race pit road speeding penalty and wound up spinning on the final lap. His 31st place finish was his 3rd sub-30th place finish of the season. At the front of the field, Dale Earnhardt Jr scored his first win of the season to qualify for the Chase for the Championship. Gordon posted his 559th career lead lap finish, which moved him ahead of Mark Martin for the most lead lap finishes in NASCAR history. "You have to get to pit road without locking the tires up or speeding," Gordon said. "I thought I was plenty conservative there, but the tires are pretty worn out and I just carried too much speed to pit road. I kind of locked the tires up and I was speeding, I couldn't get the car slowed down. We had an awesome car. We got shuffled back there a little bit. Hats off to Dale Jr and that whole team, and everybody at Hendrick Motorsports. We had amazing cars this weekend. But Dale Jr, you could tell, he was driving super aggressive and you knew he wanted to win this race bad. I certainly know all the fans are enjoying the show, they love to see Dale Jr win this race. But, after that [pit road] issue on my part, we were just in the back trying to make our way to the front. We did a pretty good job of making some spots up. We were going to kind of wait and see what happened on that last lap. Then they started wrecking, We avoided one of them, but we couldn't avoid the second one."
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    Starts 10
    Poles 3
    Wins 0
    Top-5 1
    Top-10 6
    DNF's 1

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    Track Finish
    Martnsvlle 9
    Texas 7
    Bristol 3
    Richmond 8
    Talladega 31


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