Mind games in high Chase gear
On Friday morning, Jimmie Johnson had barely settled into his seat in the Homestead-Miami Speedway's media center when he had already opened friendly fire toward Denny Hamlin, the man he'll chase Sunday afternoon for the NASCAR Sprint Cup title.
"I feel great," said Johnson, trailing Hamlin by 15 points. "I got a great night's sleep. I don't know if Denny did."
Fifteen minutes later Kevin Harvick, trailing by 46 points, was polite enough to point out "the 11 car has easily ...
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