NASCAR: 5 Reasons Why You Must Watch Sunday's Sprint Cup Race from New Hampshire

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NASCAR: 5 Reasons Why You Must Watch Sunday's Sprint Cup Race from New Hampshire
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Winning at New Hampshire in last year's Chase was huge for Tony Stewart.

Sunday's race at New Hampshire is just the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but for several reasons, it also could prove to be one of the most pivotal races of the 10-race Chase.

This is a race that potentially makes or breaks the Chase hopes for at least a few drivers. It's also the race that sets up Dover next week and then the big wild card and potential wreckfest at Talladega in two weeks. If drivers can survive these next three races -- and most importantly, make some significant gains, starting with Sunday at Loudon -- they'll greatly enhance their chances to potentially win the Chase.

Here's our take on five reasons why, if you're a NASCAR fan, Sunday's Sylvania 300 is a must-see.

Of course, if you are anywhere near the one-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway in bucolic Loudon, see if you can get some tickets.

Because the excitement there is on par with the kind of excitement you only see at places like Bristol and Daytona.

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