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Keselowski emerges victorious in Dale Jr.'s last race at Talladega.

Brad Keselowski keeps his championship hopes alive with a wild win in a race that featured three red flags.

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Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s outlook on his seventh-place finish at Talladega and his prospects on winning a race in the remaining five events:

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he was worried about the Talladega race as far as suffering another concussion but he didn't race scared.

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Jimmie Johnson was upset that NASCAR ruled that his team worked on the car under the red flag. Johnson, after coming out of the medical center, said he wants credit for another lap. Johnson: "I hope Chad [Knaus] can get to the bottom of [it]. Us and a couple of other cars were on pit road and our guys started working on the car and I guess it was too soon. It was some miscommunication somewhere and hopefully we can get that rectified. There were a lot of cars that we passed on pit road that are points for us."

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. is on the pole for the first time in his 35 career NASCAR Cup starts at Talladega, a track where he has six wins in his career. He has sat on the front row for the three other restrictor-plate races this year but has settled for finishes of 37th, 22nd and 32nd. Earnhardt: "You have to be aggressive. You can't be afraid to make that move that you need to make no matter how early or in the middle of the race. You can't wait around and hope that it's going to play out… You can't try to be smart and safe all day and assume you'll be up front when it matters."

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