NASCAR at Dover 2014: Winners and Losers from FedEx 400

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NASCAR at Dover 2014: Winners and Losers from FedEx 400
Nick Wass/Associated Press

The FedEx 400 at Dover is, has been and will be owned by Jimmie Johnson. He had eight wins at Dover going into Sunday and walked away with his ninth overall and his second of the season.

The win gives him back-to-back wins for the 13th time in his Hall of Fame career. Johnson's new-generation car was superior to everyone during the race. At one point, he was as much as six seconds ahead of second-place teammate Jeff Gordon (before Gordon had mechanical issues that faded him to 15th). If it wasn't for two late cautions, Johnson had the fuel and the tires to win this race by several hundred yards.

There were two red-flag cautions at Dover: one involving car wreckage, the other involving heaved cement. The Monster Mile proved tough for many drivers and provided its fair share of winners and losers with no bigger winner than...

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