Johnson with 2 in a row

Jimmie Johnson won his second-straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday as he took the checkered flag in the 2010 Lenox Industrial Tools 301.

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After getting passed by Kurt Busch on a bump-and-run, Johnson quickly regrouped and did the same to Busch, while allowed him to get his fifth win of the year.

Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL gave Johnson 9/2 odds to win Sunday’s race, meaning a bet of $100 on Johnson will pay out $450.

The win now puts Johnson within 105 points of Kevin Harvick for the lead in the season standings. Harvick finished fifth in Sunday’s race.

Kurt Busch wound up third, finishing behind Johnson and Tony Stewart while Jeff Gordon took fourth.

2010 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 Results

Finish-Driver-Car Number

1 Jimmie Johnson (48)

2 Tony Stewart (14)

3 Kurt Busch (2)

4 Jeff Gordon (24)

5 Kevin Harvick (29)

6 Ryan Newman (39)

7 Clint Bowyer (33)

8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88)

9 Joey Logano (20)

10 A J Allmendinger (43)

11 Kyle Busch (18)

12 Jeff Burton (31)

13 Marcos Ambrose (47)

14 Denny Hamlin (11)

15 David Reutimann (00)

16 Greg Biffle (16)

17 Matt Kenseth (17)

18 Jamie McMurray (1)

19 Elliott Sadler (19)

20 David Ragan (6)

21 Mark Martin (5)

22 Martin Truex Jr. (56)

23 Sam Hornish Jr. (77)

24 Reed Sorenson (83)

25 Carl Edwards (99)

26 Brad Keselowski (12)

27 Scott Speed (82)

28 Paul Menard (98)

29 Casey Mears (36)

30 Bobby Labonte (7)

31 David Stremme (26)

32 Kevin Conway (34)

33 Regan Smith (78)

34 Juan Pablo Montoya (42)

35 David Gilliland (37)

36 Kasey Kahne (9)

37 Andy Lally (71)

38 J.J. Yeley (46)

39 Joe Nemechek (87)

40 Todd Bodine (164)

41 Michael McDowell (55)

42 Dave Blaney (66)

43 Max Papis (13)

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Posted: 6/27/10 7:10PM ET

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