UPDATED CHAMPIONSHIP PROBABILITY TABLE: JOHNSON ROUTING THE FIELD

Following Sunday's race in Martinsville we have a new, updated championship probability table. As always, the numbers are determined by using past results from this season to predict future success. 1) With the exception of the already-eliminated Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson's second-place finish added to his lead against all of his Chase competitors.2) There really isn't much to say here, with Johnson pulling off finishes like this. It's going to take a wreck for him to lose this title. And ...

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HAMLIN WINS IN MARTINSVILLE AS JOHNSON INCREASES CHASE LEAD

Denny Hamlin won the TUMS Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville on Sunday, which is great and all, but the real story is that Jimmie Johnson extended his Chase lead with a second-place finish that stretched his points lead from 90 to 118 over Mark Martin, who finished eighth. The race featured all of the bumping and banging and Scott Speed single-car accidents you come to expect at Martinsville. With four races to go, Johnson looks unbeatable. In other news, at no point did Juan Pablo Montoya go out f ...

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MARTINSVILLE TV AND START TIME

TUMS Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville SpeedwayChase race: No. 6Date: Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009TV: ABC at 1 pm ETRace time: 1:43 pm ETFavorite: Jimmie JohnsonThe week in review:Patrick Reynolds crafted the perfect Sprint Cup scheduleJunior fans started an online petition demanding changes at HendrickCarl Edwards had a baby showerMichael Waltrip proved he can't drive off the track eitherChad Knaus made a bucket listTony Stewart told America he goes commandoWe compiled a list of the 25 hottest women in ...

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JOHNSON DOMINATING THE CHASE

CONCORD, N.C. _ He dominated practice. He dominated qualifying. And at the end of the night the right team was celebrating in Victory Lane. Clearly driving the best car all weekend long, Jimmie Johnson was able to give crew chief Chad Knaus the one thing he wanted his entire career – the perfect weekend.Leading five times for a total of 92 laps, Johnson moved past teammate Jeff Gordon with 13 laps to go to take the top spot. Once he cleared the No. 24, Johnson set sail toward the checkered ...

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JOHNSON GETS KNAUS PERFECT WEEKEND

With his victory at Lowe's Motor Speedway on Saturday night, Jimmie Johnson has won three of the first five Chase races and is pulling away from the field in his quest for a fourth straight Sprint Cup title. Johnson lost the lead to teammate Jeff Gordon following a restart with 15 laps to go, but took the lead back for good two laps later. Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus pulled off a perfect weekend, running the fastest in every practice, winning the pole and the race. The perfect weekend has ...

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