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In the Pits: NASCAR has tough calls to make on punishment
Sprint Cup
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR Chairman Brian France has always been very clear about the action he wants to see in races. He loved the 2011 season finale when Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards waged a white-knuckle battle for both the race win and the championship, and France was captivated in March 2013 by the intensity of the closing laps at Fontana. Feuding drivers Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano wouldn't give an inch as they raced for the win and ended up wrecking each other, and Kyle Busch squeezed through to steal a victory.