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NASCAR's top conspiracy theories

For some, JPM's Brickyard controversy is just another example of NASCAR subterfuge

Updated: November 17, 2009, 12:49 PM ET
By Ryan McGee | ESPN The Magazine
Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesJuan Pablo Montoya's No. 42 car is caught speeding past Mark Martin's No. 5 car in the Brickyard pit. Both have been the focus of stock car conspiracy theorists.

Pssst ... hey you. Yeah, I'm talking to you, standing on the grassy knoll with the slide rule in one pocket and a Blu-ray copy of "JFK" in the other.

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