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We’ve finally make it through the grueling 36 race season as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The championship battle is down to two drivers with the rest just racing for momentum going into next year.
In season finales, it’s hard to predict who will run well as some guys have packed it in and are simply going through the motions one last time while others want to end the season on a high note in victory lane.
In your fantasy leagues if you’re not in the hunt for your championship, you certainly want to go out on top with bragging rights of doing good the last week of the season. After all, you’ve hung around for 36 weeks, so why give up now?
These are the drivers I feel comfortable with that can compete on Sunday and ones I’d stay away from.
Jimmie Johnson doesn’t have the best stats in Miami, but he’s one I wouldn’t pick against this weekend. After a disappointing weekend last week in Phoenix, he now sits...
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Matt Kenseth has run 15 years in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series action for Roush-Fenway Racing and when the checkered flag falls on Sunday evening in Homestead, that long run will come to an end.
It will certainly be emotional for both parties as Kenseth will part ways and move on to pilot the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota next season for Joe Gibbs Racing.
It’s been a great 15 years for Kenseth...
Matt Kenseth, driver of the No. 17 for Roush Fenway Racing, will end a highly successful chapter of his racing career this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400. The 2003 Sprint Cup Series Champion and two-time winner of the DAYTONA 500 will race for the final time in his iconic No. 17 Ford, ending 13 seasons in the Cup Series with Roush Fenway. Kenseth...
Matt Kenseth comes into Sunday’s Ford Ford EcoBoost 400 from the Homestead-Miami Speedway with mixed emotions. Sunday marks the final time he will strap into the #17 Ford, the only car he has raced in his 13 year career in the Sprint Cup Series. On the same time there is excitement building as to what the future can hold when he moves to Joe Gibbs Racing for 2013. For now, Kenseth...
CONCORD, N.C. — Matt Kenseth, driver of the No. 17 for Roush Fenway Racing, will end a highly successful chapter of his racing career this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400. The 2003 Sprint Cup Series Champion and two-time winner of the DAYTONA 500 will race for the final time in his iconic No. 17 Ford, ending 13 seasons in the Cup Series with...
Matt Kenseth led the way with a lap of 31.900 seconds in the second practice for the Ford EcoBoost 400 from Homestead. Rounding out the top five was Greg Biffle, Mark Martin, Kyle Busch, and Jeff Gordon.
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