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Danica Patrick, Brad Sweet spin on Lap 1
James Buescher wiggles going into Turn 3 and as Danica Patrick checks up, the No. 7 spins along with the No. 38 of Brad Sweet .
Danica Patrick spins for the third time while battling Brad Sweet
Danica Patrick gets loose while racing alongside Brad Sweet and spins for the third time in the race.
Early trouble for Swindell and Sweet
Trouble strikes early for Kevin Swindell and Brad Sweet as they get caught up in a crash in Turn 1.
Sweet smashes into Gase during practice
Brad Sweet plows into Joey Gase during NASCAR Nationwide Series final practice at Bristol.
Sweet spins on qualifying attempt
Brad Sweet spins on his qualifying attempt for the Dollar General 300.
Contact leads to flames for Sweet
Jeb Burton makes contact with Brad Sweet ending in a shower of flames.
Bliss narrowly avoids spinning Sweet
Mike Bliss has to jump on the brakes and avoid a spinning Brad Sweet in Turn 2.
Turn 2 is not so sweet
Brad Sweet finds that Turn 2 is more difficult than he thought, sending him spinning around twice.
High 5: More Madness, Lebron & Brad's 'oops' story
Editor's note: High 5 analyzes what's trending in NASCAR and beyond every week. QUOTE OF THE WEEK "I told everybody Superman kicked Batman's butt and it happened." --Auto Club winner Jimmie Johnson joked after his Superman Chevrolet beat teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr .'s Batman ride BEYOND LEFT TURNS The story The 2016 NCAA March Madness field has been narrowed to the Sweet 16. These 16 teams will face off beginning Thursday, March 24, with Miami and Villanova kicking off the first game at 7:10 p.m. ET. Surprises? Teams such as North Carolina and Kansas advancing were unsurprising, having been dominant at many points throughout the season. However, there were a few March Madness upsets: Syracuse's unexpected win over Dayton that led to 'Cuse eventually clinching a bid to the Sweet 16 made headlines, as well as Arizona's loss to Wichita State. (Wildcats head coach Sean Miller certainly showed his nerves through his sweat-drenched shirt with that one.) And who could forget Josh Hagins' overtime-forcing 3-pointer with less than 18 seconds remaining in the Arkansas-Little Rock/Purdue match-up that eventually led Little Rock to victory? He said it "You go up and grab the ball off the rim when it comes off and then you grab it with two hands, you come down with it and that's considered a rebound. So, they got more of those than we did." -- Baylor's Taurean Prince's wonderfully sassy answer to a reporter's question on how Baylor got outrebounded by Yale in their loss Thursday. EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT ... Auto Club. Sunday's race at Auto Club produced thrilling racing, along with a little drama. Oh, and Superman (aka Jimmie Johnson ) flew once again , passing Dale Earnhardt in all-time victories with his 77th win. Lebron. Lebron James caused a bit of a stir Monday when he unfollowed his own team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, on Twitter. Relax, folks -- he's not leaving. (Again.) Just getting into a no-distraction zone for the playoffs, he says. Supersonic travel. Yup, you read right. A startup company in Denver, Colorado, wants to resurface supersonic travel for the general public, allowing people to travel in a plane going 1,451 mph. This would shorten your New York City-London trip to 3 hours and 24 minutes -- for a mere $5,000 roundtrip. And we thought NASCAR had some fast vehicles ... Steph Curry. The Golden State Warriors point guard recently revealed his reasons for switching to Under Armour sponsorship -- and you won't believe it. COMING UP IN TURN 2 All three series take a break this week, with the Camping World Truck Series and Sprint Cup series returning to the track at Martinsville Speedway April 1-3. In the meantime, keep up with the ongoing Women In NASCAR series -- which highlights women in the racing community -- that concludes this week with its final features on Alba Colon and Janet Guthrie. LEARN ABOUT: Lesa France Kennedy " DeLana Harvick " Kelley Earnhardt Miller HOT OFF THE PRESS Brad Keselowski certainly earned a history lesson in his first race at Auto Club Speedway back in 2010. Over in his in-car radio, Kes said he wished he knew "who paved this place so I could tell them how they paved it backward and screwed it all up." Only problem? The founder of Auto Club was his then-new car owner Roger Penske. Talk about an oops. USA Today's Jeff Gluck revisits the tale .
Watch: Live post-race inspection on Tuesday
RELATED: Watch live stream here " Inside look on official NASCAR inspection From 8-11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, NASCAR.com will live stream the post-race inspection process. The three-hour look takes you behind the scenes as NASCAR officials inspect NASCAR Sprint Cup Series vehicles following Saturday's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway . The cars being inspected this week are: the No. 22 Ford of Joey Logano (winner of Saturday's race) and the No. 2 Ford of Brad Keselowski (runner-up in Saturday's race). For more information on what the inspection process entails, click here .