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A friend in speed is a friend indeed

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / February 21, 2004

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Everyone seemed to do a double take when Tony Stewart said he was "tickled" to finish runner-up to Dale Earnhardt Jr. in last Sunday's Daytona 500. Tickled? It was hard to imagine the hard-charging Stewart would find anything amusing about finishing second. Most any driver will tell you that finishing second means you're the first loser. (Full Article: 1380 Words)

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