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Stewart’s Press On Point Leader Continues Mobil 1/Office Depot Driver Finishes Third at Phoenix, Remains Three Points Behind Edwards Date:               Nov. 13, 2011Event:             Kobalt Tools 500k (Round 35 of 36)Series:             NASCAR Sprint Cup SeriesLocation:        Phoenix International Raceway (1-mile oval)Start/Finish:    8th/3rd (Running, completed 312 of 312 laps)Winner:           Kasey Kahne of Red Bull Racing (Toyota) Tony Stewart kept the pressure on championship point leader Carl Edwards by leading five times for a race-high 160 laps en route to a third-place finish in Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 500k NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. Stewart came into Phoenix only three points behind Edwards in the championship standings, and even though Edwards finished just one spot ahead of Stewart, the one bonus point Stewart earned for leading the most laps kept the title race tight heading into next Su

Stewart & Edwards Want To Duke It Out On Dirt Track To Decide Title

photo credit:   Todd Warshaw / AFP   Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart joked at Sunday's post-race press conference in Phoenix about dirt racing for the championship if they were tied in points following Homestead.   Q.  Carl, given your success at Homestead, is there anyplace you'd rather have the season finale?             CARL EDWARDS:  There's some...

CUP: 3 Points, 2 Drivers, 1 Race

Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart roll into season’s final race with guns blazing…

Driver standings after 35 of 36 races

With one race left in the 2011 season, Carl Edwards still maintains his three point advantage over Tony Stewart. Everyone has been finally mathematically eliminated from the equation, so it is left to these two drivers to figure out who … Continue reading →

Kenseth wins pole; Stewart 8th, Edwards 9th

AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Matt Kenseth had no idea his pole-winning run at Phoenix International Raceway could benefit his championship-contending teammate. When he found out he had assisted Carl Edwards, Kenseth pretended it was all part of the plan. "That was my plan. I thought, Man, if we can sit on the pole, that will really help him,'" Kenseth laughed. Kenseth...

Phoenix Top Five: Wrapping up the best of the Valley of the Sun

The ongoing heavyweight battle between Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart continued this past weekend in Phoenix, and we also saw the debut of Sam Hornish Jr., NASCAR winner. Impressive all the way around, and a nice opening act for this coming weekend's season finale at Homestead. Finish off Phoenix with this handy video recap, and get ready for South Beach!

Ford Phoenix Qualifying

Carl Edwards, No. 99 Aflac Ford Fusion (Qualified 9th)  “That was a good lap for us. It depends on this clouds. I think someone will hit it and be really fast but I think it can be a top-10 spot and that is all we need. We had a good solid run, practiced well and a solid qualifying lap. We have to keep on moving.”  WERE YOU HOLDING BACK AT ALL WITH HOW CRAZY IT IS OUT THERE...

Kahne wins; Edwards keeps lead

Kasey Kahne snapped an 81-race losing streak by winning Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway, while championship contenders Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart finished second and third, and Edwards will take a three-point lead into next weekend's season finale at Homestead.

Kahne Beats Edwards and Stewart to Win at Phoenix

Kasey Kahne snapped an 81-race winless streak Sunday by holding off championship contenders Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart at Phoenix International Raceway.

Tim Tuttle: They can't win a title, but 5 drivers could still benefit from a win at HMS

All eyes will be on Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart on Sunday. But they aren't the only drivers who could use a win. Tim Tuttle outlines other drivers to watch in the finale at Homestead.

Kahne wins wild Phoenix showdown

Kasey Kahne snapped an 81-race winless streak Sunday by holding off championship contenders Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart at Phoenix International Raceway. Stewart dominated the race, leading 160 of the 312 laps, but had to pit for gas with 18 laps remaining. He then had to work his way back to the front, and used a late pass of Jeff Burton to finish third, right behind Edwards...

Kahne wins Phoenix; Edwards keeps Chase lead

Kasey Kahne ended an 81-race winless drought in Phoenix. In the Chase, Carl Edwards maintained a three-point advantage over Tony Stewart with one race remaining in Homestead.

Roush Yates Engines Excel in Australia

Kodee Brown dominated with a Roush Yates engine in Australia. Mooresville, NC (November 13, 2011) NASCAR Championship point leaders Carl Edwards and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. aren’t the only racers utilizing the power behind the FR9 engine. Racers all over the world are winning with Roush Yates power in their dirt, asphalt, and drag cars each week, including those in other countries...

Captain Thunder's NASCAR Preview - PHOENIX

  NSCS The Race: Kobalt Tools 500 The Place: Phoenix International Raceway The Date: Sunday, Nov. 13 The Time: 3 p.m. (ET) TV: ESPN, 2 p.m. (ET) Radio: MRN, Sirius XM Ch. 90 Distance: 312 miles (312 laps) Three points separate two drivers, points leader Carl Edwards and second-place Tony Stewart. Two races remain before the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion is crowned at Homestead...

Newton: Homestead, here we come!

Kasey Kahne won the penultimate Chase race Sunday at Phoenix, but Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart finished 2-3 to set up a playoff finale for the ages.

Desert Appetizer

Kasey Kahne played spoiler in Phoenix, but the news was who took second and third. Bruce Martin says Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart may produce the most dramatic Chase finish ever.
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