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INDIANAPOLIS -- Tony Stewart had just four words taped to the dashboard of his car.
"Relax. Just do it."
Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Stewart took those words to heart. He charged from the middle of the pack to outrun Kasey Kahne to the checkered flag and win the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard.
"This is one of those days that I don't want to end," Stewart said. "if I could make this day longer, I'd do it in a heartbeat."
It was no easy task for the 34-year-old Columbus, Ind., driver. After starting 22nd, he took the lead from Kahne on lap 150 after a restart.
Stewart got under Kahne's Dodge in turn two, but had problems pulling away. Stewart went to a …