NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race 2013: Winners and Losers in Charlotte

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NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race 2013: Winners and Losers in Charlotte
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It rained on NASCAR's parade that was the 29th running of the All-Star Race.

It rained, but it didn't pour on the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The night started with an, uh, interesting National Anthem. It ended with another runaway victory by Jimmie Johnson—the man they call Five Time, who became the first four-time champion in the history of the event. In between, there was a 45-minute rain delay and a reasonable if not overwhelming amount of action.

There were subplots all over the place: boyfriend battling girlfriend; brother fending off brother (Kurt Busch and Kyle Busch each won two of the first four segments before surrendering the fifth that was worth $1 million to Johnson); and a new format that seemed at times to confuse everyone trying to explain it on television.

As with most All-Star Races, there was good to go along with the bad, and vice versa. 

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