NASCAR Sprint Cup: 10 Lessons We Learned at Kansas

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NASCAR Sprint Cup: 10 Lessons We Learned at Kansas
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The repaving of Kansas Motor Speedway made for an exciting race this past Sunday.  While the Chase standings didn't really change, Kansas was filled with cautions because of blown tires and drivers spinning out. 

It was also filled with several lessons that both drivers and fans learned as we gear up for the final four races of the NASCAR season.

Jimmie Johnson managed a comeback from a crash and didn’t lose any ground on points leader Brad Keselowski.

Clint Bowyer held onto his position in points and still has a chance to move up the standings. 

We also saw a scuffle between Danica Patrick and Landon Cassill—one that would end with Patrick in the wall.

The Hollywood Casino 400 had the most cautions of any race so far this season.  It was a tough race for points leader Brad Keselowski, but he managed to hold onto his lead coming out of Kansas.

With only four races left in the Chase, Kansas separated some of the Chase drivers from the rest of the field.

Here are 10 lessons we learned at Kansas.

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