NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at New Hampshire

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NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at New Hampshire
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Denny Hamlin was among the good at New Hampshire, leading the most laps and finishing second

The boys of NASCAR took to the "Magic Mile" in Loudon, New Hampshire for Sunday's Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The race to the Chase heated up at the one-mile oval as one driver virtually solidified a spot in the 10-race playoff, while others made up ground on those coveted wild card spots.

Other drivers struggled, however, as one contender from 2011 continued his abysmal year by extending his winless streak in 2012, while others lost ground in the wild card race, as well.

Who was good and who was bad at New Hampshire? We've got you covered!

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