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 width=AJ Allmendinger outlasted the field despite a near hour-and-a-half red flag delay in Sunday's Cheez-It 355 from Watkins Glen.  It's his first-ever Sprint Cup Series victory.  The 32-year-old led 30 of the 90 laps.  Marcos Ambrose finished second while Kurt Busch, Kyle Larson and Carl Edwards rounded out the top five.  There was a one-hour and 21-minute delay due to a wreck on Lap 57 involving Ryan Newman and Michael McDowell.  Tony Stewart's replacement, Regan Smith, ended 37th.  Stewart pulled out of the race after a fatal accident on Saturday that killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Junior.

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