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5 incredible moments at Michigan International Speedway

10 JUN 2001: Ricky Rudd in his #28 Texaco Havoline Ford Taurus passes Jeff Gordon only to be passed back and finish second during the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Kmart 400 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. DIGITAL IMAGE Mandatory Credit: Robert Laberge/ALLSPORT

10 JUN 2001: Ricky Rudd in his #28 Texaco Havoline Ford Taurus passes Jeff Gordon only to be passed back and finish second during the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Kmart 400 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. DIGITAL IMAGE Mandatory Credit: Robert Laberge/ALLSPORT

It's Wayback Wednesday time as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Michigan International Speedway for the FireKeepers Casino 400 (FS1, 1 p.m. ET).

From Jeff Gordon edging Ricky Rudd by .085 seconds in 2001 to Dale Earnhardt Jr. snapping a 143-race winless streak, MIS has been known for some pretty interesting finishes.

And these five moments from years past in the Irish Hills do not disappoint.

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