NASCAR: Winners And Losers From Pocono

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Loser: Jimmie Johnson

With three wins, 11 top-5’s and 19 top-10’s heading into the race, Jimmie Johnson held some of the best Pocono stats among active drivers.

Starting in 7th, Johnson was having himself another great race at the Tricky Triangle. He immediately made his way into the top-5 and stayed there for the most of the race, eventually linking up with teammates Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

As the race began to wind down, more and more cautions came out. After a late restart, Johnson got loose coming out of Turn 1 and lost his chance at a win, hitting the wall with 38 laps to go.

Because of the accident, Johnson made a visit to the garage and finished the race 35 laps down, leading to a 35th-place finish and three positions lost in the points standings.

Luckily for Johnson, his two wins at Atlanta and Fontana have already guaranteed him a spot in the Chase.

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