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Looking like he is already in championship form, Jimmie Johnson passed Tony Stewart with three laps remaining to win the Kobalt Tools 500 in Atlanta Sunday.

Johnson led 132 of the first 238 laps and then the last three to win the 25th Nextel Cup race of his career. Johnson gave much of the credit to crew chief Chad Knaus for making adjustments during the race, and specifically on the last pit stop. Following the final pit stop Johnson passed Matt Kenseth and then Stewart.

Stewart had the lead on the final restart but after some exciting side by side racing with Johnson, Johnsons inside pass was the pivotal moment. Kenseth finished third and Jeff Burton finished fourth.

Johnson moved to within 28 points of chase leader Mark Martin in the Nextel Cup standings. Martin, who finished 10th remains in the points lead eight points ahead of second place Jeff Gordon. Martins lead should come to an end after next week since he reiterated his plans to sit out the next two races in the partial schedule he will run this year. Jeff Burton is third in the points, 11 behind Martin and Johnson is in fourth.

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