Dale Earnhardt Jr Wins First Sprint Cup Race Since 2008
Dale Earnhardt Jr. finally found victory lane after a 143-race absence in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and it came at the same place he last tasted victory. Earnhardt Jr. bested Tony Stewart by a wide margin to win the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway on Father's Day, his first victory since winning the same race in 2008. It marked NASCAR's most popular drivers' 19th Cup Series win of his career, and breaks the sixth-longest streak in Sprint Cup history with races between victories.
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