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OT finishes, aggressive tactics go hand in hand

Updated: March 16, 2006, 5:47 PM ET
By Rupen Fofaria | Special to ESPN.com

Ever since NASCAR implemented its current provision for overtime racing, late-race aggression has been on the rise. In fact, each of this year's three races has ended in a green-white-checkered finish, as the overtime periods are called.

"Everybody's just digging for every spot they can out there," said Greg Biffle, who survived Sunday's late-race madness at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for an eighth-place finish.

One overtime period is mandated when the regulation is slated to end ...

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