Johnson strikes again at Martinsville
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- How's this for a twist in the fender-banging art of NASCAR short-track racing? The winner feels wronged, and the loser says everything was nice and fair.
You start with a typical Martinsville late-race scenario: Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin were gunning for the win, they made contact, they both got sideways, Hamlin lost the lead to Johnson and Johnson went on to win.
So who was offended after Sunday's Goody's 500?
Not at all. It was ...
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