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2019 NASCAR Top Storylines: Kyle Busch 1st Driver With Multiple Titles in Elimination Format

When Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Cup Series race and championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November, he became the first driver to win two championships under the elimination-style playoff system since NASCAR developed it in 2014 — something that is significant for numerous reasons. Prior to this year, a different …

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Brett Moffitt Dejected After Failing to Defend NASCAR Truck Series Title

One year ago, Brett Moffitt hosted the Gander Outdoors Truck Series trophy after winning the race and the championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Moffitt returned to the scene on Friday night (Nov. 15), but failed to recapture the glory. He finished the fifth this time around, placing him third among the …

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Justin Allgaier Aims to Play Spoiler at Homestead-Miami

Justin Allgaier enters this Saturday’s (Nov. 16) NASCAR Xfinity Series finale with the most momentum, having won last week at ISM Raceway to advance to the Championship 4. Allgaier likely would have qualified for the Championship 4 regardless of the win, but the victory was still huge, as it was …

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Ross Chastain: ‘I Have an Addiction, and It’s Winning and Trophies’

Ross Chastain had aspirations for winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series title in 2019. He will still compete for a racing championship on Friday night (Nov. 15) at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but it will be for the Gander Outdoors Truck Series instead. “Honestly, if you back up to November [2018], the goal …

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Martin Truex Jr.: ‘2nd Championship Would Be Indescribable’

Martin Truex Jr. enters the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday, Nov. 17, with a chance to do something rare — win a second title in three years. Truex won his first championship in 2017, and his seven wins this season have him set …

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2-Headed Monster: Will Penske’s Ownership Be Good or Bad for IndyCar & Indianapolis Motor Speedway?

Monday morning (Nov. 4) started with the motorsports bombshell of the year: Penske Entertainment Corp purchased Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT Indycar Series. Penske Entertainment Corp is, of course, the company under racing icon Roger Penske, who owns teams in NASCAR, IndyCar, IMSA and the Supercars Championship. While Penske …

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