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Even a trip to a 1.5-mile track like Charlotte last weekend didn't exactly go according to plan. Fuel mileage reeled its ugly head, leading to a surprise victory by Clint Bowyer. Brad Keselowski was the big loser, falling to 11th after running out of gas while trying to stretch a run a few extra laps to reach his window. Keselowski had been dominating much of the race, and instead of celebrating a win, he didn't even get a top-10. It just goes to show that neither drivers nor fantasy owners can feel comfortable in the outcome of the race until the checkered flag waves.

This weekend, the series heads to Kansas Speedway for the second race in a row at a 1.5-mile track. Unfortunately, fuel mileage has had a habit of deciding races at Kansas as well. In fact, Keselowski used fuel mileage to score a win at the track last year, and the victory basically jump started a hot streak that really has yet to end. However, last weekend's race showed that even the best at conserving fuel mess up sometimes, and fantasy owners could be holding their breath in the closing again Sunday as drivers try to squeeze enough drops of fuel to make it to the finish.

Drivers listed in this article:
  1. Jimmie Johnson, Lowe's/Kobalt Tools
  2. Denny Hamlin, FedEx
  3. Greg Biffle, 3M/Bondo
  4. Brad Keselowski, Miller Lite
  5. Matt Kenseth, Husky/Dollar General
  6. Kasey Kahne, Farmers Insurance/Quaker State
  7. Jeff Gordon, Drive to End Hunger/Axalta
  8. Tony Stewart, Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1
  9. Kevin Harvick, Budweiser/Jimmy Johns
  10. Carl Edwards, Fastenal/Aflac/UPS/Subway
  11. Martin Truex, Jr., Furniture Row
  12. Kyle Busch, Mars Brands/Interstate Batteries
  13. Clint Bowyer, 5-Hour Energy
  14. Mark Martin, Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1
  15. Joey Logano, Shell-Pennzoil
  16. Regan Smith, Guy Roofing
  17. Sam Hornish, Jr., SKF/AAA
  18. Paul Menard, Menards
  19. Kurt Busch, Haas Automation
  20. Ryan Newman, Caterpillar
  21. Jamie McMurray, McDonald's/Cessna
  22. Marcos Ambrose, Stanley/Dewalt Power Tools
  23. Jeff Burton, PEAK BlueDEF
  24. Aric Almirola, Smithfield Foods
  25. Juan Montoya, Target
  26. A.J. Allmendinger, Kingsford/Clorox
  27. Travis Kvapil, Burger King/Doctor Pepper
  28. David Ragan, CSX Transportation/Peanut Patch
  29. Landon Cassill, Hillman Racing
  30. David Gilliland, Love's Travel Stops/A&W Restaurants
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