Found November 08, 2013 on Tireball.com:
PLAYERS: Jimmie Johnson
Jeff Zelevansky/Nascar via Getty Images NASCAR heads to Phoenix International Raceway  in Avondale, AZ this weekend. All three series will race at the 1.0 mile track. The Truck Series will run the Lucas Oil 150 on Friday, the Nationwide Series will run the ServiceMaster 200 on Saturday and the Sprint Cup cars will hit the track on Sunday for the Advocare 500. This is the ninth race of the Sprint Cup Series Chase, where twelve drivers battle to become this years champion. Jimmie Johnson currently leads Matt Kenseth in the points by seven points. With only two races to go, the championship is still up for grabs. PHOENIX: Entry List | Biffle’s paint scheme | Johnson Becoming a Legend | Labonte’s Last Ride Below you will find the Phoenix race weekend schedule,  including the race start time, practice and qualifying times, tv and listening info, and weather at the track  if you are headed out to see the races this weekend. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for up to date news on your
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