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  • He also had set a personal best record of six victories throughout the season, which was the highest number of wins for anyone in the 2014 season.Brad Keselowski-Wikipedia
  • Hamlin started the 2014 season strong by winning the pole and leading all three segments of the Sprint Unlimited, eventually winning the race.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • Johnson's 11th-place points finish in 2014, however, marked the first time he finished a season outside the top ten.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Even more radical changes to the qualifying criteria, and to the format of the playoffs itself, were announced for the upcoming 2014 Sprint Cup Series.NASCAR playoffs-Wikipedia
  • Montoya raced twice in 2014 for Team Penske in between his IndyCar commitments, finishing 18th at Michigan and 23rd at Indianapolis.Juan Pablo Montoya-Wikipedia
  • Dillon ended the 2014 Cup season as one of only two drivers to have been running at the finish of every race during the season, the other being Jeff Gordon.Austin Dillon-Wikipedia

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