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Jeff Gordon, the laureate Tuesday in Atlanta!

In a season of NASCAR Sprint Cup, it is common that one or two of 36 tests must be reported to the next due to weather. In the case of the planned race last Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the tropical storm Lee left enough rain in the southeastern United States that the organizers must move yesterday, Tuesday noon, the race.

Of course, under these conditions, difficult to hope bleachers filled, especially as the traditional NASCAR audience is composed mostly of families with children. And as exemptions from school for attending a motor racing is not yet recognized in educational institutions, not surprising therefore that in front of hundreds of spectators that the event is hassle!

A race of 325 laps largely dominated by the two stars of the stable drivers Hendrick Motorsports. Jeff Gordon Jimmie Johnson wins before. Tony Stewart has a full "Top 3" 100% Chevrolet before Kurt Busch with his Dodge and Carl Edwards with his Ford.

After the ordeal, another race was beginning: that of crew members, presses disassemble everything and go quickly in their workshops, mostly in North Carolina. Of tomorrow, all will be walk 'd out at Richmond, Virginia. The next race takes place on Saturday!

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