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first_img So it’s the one track where the 10 Chase drivers started the race knowing their title hopes could be crippled before the day was over. When the dust settled, at least five Chase drivers suffered some sort of accident-related damage and Johnson’s track record at Talladega had taken another huge hit – this time for a wreck he was involved in 20 laps into the race. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Dale Jarrett ended a 98-race drought by winning at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday, while Tony Stewart reclaimed his spot on top of the Nextel Cup standings and Jimmie Johnson’s reputation and championship hopes were damaged. Jarrett used a three-wide pass to challenge Stewart for the lead on the final lap of a three-lap overtime shootout, then passed Stewart on the backstretch in the UAW-Ford 500 at Talladega, Ala., for his first victory since 2003 at the now-defunct North Carolina Speedway. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 The finish put Stewart back on top of the Chase for the championship leaderboard after the third of 10 races. He holds a four-point advantage over Newman – who originally thought he was the new points leader – after a race that shuffled the Chase standings. Schumacher wins again: Season leader Tony Schumacher backed up his national-record run in qualifying with his second straight Top Fuel win in the Ameriquest Mortgage NHRA Nationals at Route 66 Raceway at Joliet, Ill. Schumacher closed in on his third overall and second straight series title. With three events left, he has a 205-point lead over Larry Dixon. Also, Ron Capps topped the Funny Car field and Jason Line won the Pro Stock division. Johnson, who started the day as the points leader, was involved in two accidents and dropped to fourth in the standings – 98 points back. Talladega is the wild card of NASCAR’s 10-race championship hunt. Because drivers are forced to use horsepower-sapping restrictor plates, the cars all run in one tight pack and the slightest bobble is capable of wiping out half the field. center_img Kyle Petty spun to bring out a caution before the leaders crossed the finish line, freezing the field. NASCAR then had to review tape to establish a final finishing order. Stewart finished second, Matt Kenseth was third and Newman fourth. last_img read more