Found November 18, 2011 on Frontstretch:
Ride Along with Stewart, Harvick, Earnhardt and Edwards at Homestead on DIRECTV Event:                                                 Ford 400Previous Winner:                               Carl Edwards (beat Jimmie Johnson by 1.608 seconds on Nov. 21, 2010)Date / Time:                                        Sunday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m. ESTTrack:                                                 Homestead-Miami SpeedwayConfiguration:                                    1.5-mile oval (267 laps = 400.5 miles)Banking in Turns:                               18-20 degrees (variable)Banking on Straightaways:                4 degreesFrontstretch:                                      1,760 feetBackstretch:      ...

Carl Edwards Wins Pole for Sprint Cup Season Finale, While Tony Stewart Qualifies 15th

HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- Tony Stewart has run his mouth for almost a month trying to rattle Carl Edwards in the race to NASCAR's championship. Edwards has tuned it all out, and on Saturday, he did his talking on the track. Edwards won the pole for Sunday's season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where the Sprint Cup Series championship will be decided. Edwards goes into the...

Edwards wins Homestead pole

Carl Edwards has won the pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he'll try Sunday to win his first Sprint Cup championship. Edwards turned a lap at 175.467 mph in Saturday's qualifying session. Two-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart qualified 15th. The two go into the season finale separated by three points in their race to the championship. Edwards is a two-time winner...

Predicting NASCAR's Sprint Cup Champion: Why Carl Edwards is Poised to Win the Spoils

  Winning a championship in NASCAR requires a certain universal formula. Firstly, the driver himself simply has to have what it takes—the raw skill and gifting at what they do. In addition, a certain chemistry between the driver, crew chief, crew, and umbrella organization (such as Roush-Fenway) must form in a certain and often uncannily successful blend.   Lastly, and perhaps...

Video: Your final Homestead Stewart-Edwards preview, promise

Before the green flag drops, one last video look at who's got the best chance to win at Homestead and take home the Sprint Cup championship, Carl Edwards or Tony Stewart. Who will it be? Join Yahoo! Sports' Jay Busbee and Ron Jeremy ... er, Jay Hart as they break down all the relevant details. Enjoy, and make your pick in the comments below.

Carl Edwards makes statement with Homestead pole

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Edwards qualifies 1st at Homestead, Stewart 15th

Carl Edwards has won the pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he'll try Sunday to win his first Sprint Cup championship.

Edwards matches Stewart in war of words (Yahoo! Sports)

The Chase title comes down to Sunday's race, and the two leaders engaged in verbal jousting while seated side by side.

Edwards starts championship weekend with pole

Carl Edwards gave himself a leg up on championship rival Tony Stewart on Saturday when he claimed the pole for Sunday’s Ford 400 Sprint Cup Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway with a qualifying lap time of 30.775 seconds. “That’s huge,” Edwards said. “That’s just one lap, but it’s a great start for us.” According to Edwards, the advice he...

Blount: Stewart would make the best Cup champ

He's as blue collar as they come. Tony Stewart is rough around the edges, and NASCAR Nation can relate. That's why he'd make a better Sprint Cup champion than Carl Edwards.

2011 Ford 400 from Homestead – Practice 2 Times

Carl Edwards continued to show that he will let his performance do his talking this weekend by leading the second practice. His lap of 31.556 seconds was better than teammate David Ragan, Cole Whitt was third, A.J. Allmendinger was fourth, … Continue reading →

Captain Thunder's Legendary Top-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - HOMESTEAD

photo credit:  AP 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart #14 Office Depot/Mobil 1 Chevrolet     Kevin Harvick - RACE WINNER #No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 91.9 2011 Rundown Four wins, nine top fives, 18 top 10s Average finish of 11.6 Led 16 races for 391 laps Homestead-Miami Speedway Outlook: Five top fives, eight top 10s Average finish of 7...

Kevin Harvick’s mantra: ‘Don’t be Kyle Busch’

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