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The relaxed rules could lead to more intense racing.
"Yeah, it's aggressive bump-drafting," Biffle said. "That's what we were looking for -- aggressive bump-drafting."
Then he added, perhaps sarcastically, "What are we, 20-30 minutes into practice? It's gonna be awesome."
The second practice offered more car carnage.
Juan Pablo Montoya turned Kurt Busch into the wall, sending him to the garage with all the others. Busch also went to a backup car.
In a draw Thursday night, Carl Edwards won the pole. Harvick took the second spot, and Brian Vickers was third.
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