Winners and Losers from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Dover

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Winners and Losers from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Dover
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What an ending, huh?

It's not every day that you see a black flag on the final restart of a race cost a driver like Jimmie Johnson the win. Johnson is too good and too experienced to make those sorts of mistakes.

And yet it happened in Sunday's Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Speedway, handing the win to Juan Montoya.

Or so we thought.

Tony Stewart mounted an incredible charge in the final 10 laps, passing Montoya to take his first victory at the track since sweeping both races in 2000. Now firmly in the top 20 in points, Stewart can focus on what he does best: getting hot in the summer months and mounting a charge for the Chase.

So who else had a great day at the Monster Mile, and who got devoured by Miles the Monster?

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