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Kahne wins crash-filled Brickyard 400.

Kasey Kahne ends a 102-race winless streak by winning at Indianapolis, a race that took longer than six hours to complete.

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NASCAR waited to throw the caution until after the leaders hit the overtime line Sunday, meaning the race wouldn't be restarted and Kasey Kahne was declared the winner. NASCAR Executive VP Steve O'Donnell said NASCAR makes every attempt to finish the race under green, and said having a quick trigger on the caution in overtime is not the way to reach that goal. O'Donnell: "We want to make the attempt, but we want to do that under the regular regulations of how we call – we look at that as our last attempt. We look at each one [in overtime] as our last attempt, and if it can play out, it can play out."

Bob Pockrass, NASCAR

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Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. had done deals all day on restarts to allow the leader to take the outside and the other driver on the inside would let him in front going into the first turn. But Busch ended the deal prior to a restart with 50 laps left at Indianapolis -- and Truex lost it trying to battle him for the lead, wrecking both Busch: "It's time to race, man. If I let him lead and he gets a 3-second lead before green-flag pit stops, then I never have the opportunity to get close to him. ... it didn't work."

Bob Pockrass, NASCAR

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