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NASCAR: Johnson looking to add grandfather clock, Chase points at Martinsville

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MARTINSVILLE, Va. – One of the most prized traditions in racing is the grandfather clock that goes to each winner at the Martinsville Speedway.

Jimmie Johnson has eight of them.

Every contender in the Chase for the Championship knows Johnson is the driver to beat in Sunday’s Goody’s Headache Fast Relief Shot 500. For most, the plan is to stay close and minimize the loss of points.

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