Hamilton Survives Longest Race

CONCORD, N.C. - NASCAR's longest race is a grind for man and machine. Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 at Lowe's Motor Speedway was a typical survival of the fittest over the course of the grueling 4 hour drive.

Bobby Hamilton and the APR/Schneider Electric Chevrolet came home 23rd Sunday night. Mark Martin scored the victory, his first in more than two years.

"We never seemed to be able to get the car comfortable today," said Hamilton. "The track changed so much over the course of the race and it seemed we were chasing the track the whole race."

Hamilton now gets ready for next Sunday's MBNA Platinum 400 at Dover Downs International Speedway.

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