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Truex Jr. Pushed Through Adversity To The Top
  by Pete McCole
After 12 years in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Martin Truex, Jr. broke through to score his first series championship, but the story of how this New Jersey native and the little team that could fought to make it to the top of the sport is one for the ages. It wasn't too long ago that Truex, Jr. thought his racing career might be over, and now he's standing on the stage at Homestead-Miami Speedway as the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion.
Earnhardt, Jr. and Kenseth Finish Their Final Race
  NASCAR
In their final race as active drivers in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Matt Kenseth made it to the checkered flag of the Ford EcoBoost 400, and although neither of them were able to go out as winners in their final race, they still made to the finish the way they wanted - on their own terms.
Martin Truex, Jr. Clinches 2017 Cup Series Title
  by Pete McCole
Martin Truex, Jr. beat out Kyle Busch in a thrilling battle over the final 20 laps to win Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 and clinch his first-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship, finishing the year with eight victories on the season. Kyle Busch finishes second in the race and in the championship battle, followed by Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott. Brad Keselowski finished seventh.
Cole Custer Wins Xfinity Finale, Byron Scores Title
  by Pete McCole
The future stars of NASCAR were on full display in Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway as a pair of 19-year-old drivers stole the show from the veteran racers in the field and walked away with the two biggest prizes of the day. 19-year-old rookie Cole Custer took the checkered flag in the Ford EcoBoost 300 to score his first-career Xfinity Series title, while fellow 19-year-old rookie William Byron was the top finisher among the Xfinity Series Championship 4 and claimed the 2017 Xfinity Series title over Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier and Daniel Hemric.
2017 NASCAR Cup Series Comes Down To Final Race
  Ford Championship Weekend
Four drivers enter this Sunday's season finale for an equal shot at winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title. Three of them are looking for their second title, while one hopes to capture his first. 36 races;  10,300 laps; 14,000 miles of racing  - and it will all come down to one single race and maybe one single lap.
Dale Earnhardt Junior's Career in Photos
  by Rhonda McCole
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Earnhardt, Jr. Prepares For His Last Cup Series Ride
  by Pete McCole
This Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finale will not only be the end of the 2017 season, but will also mark the end of another legendary career - and the closing of a chapter of one of NASCAR's most legendary racing families. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., the son of the late seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt, Sr., will retire from full-time competition at the end of season, and while it might not be the last NASCAR start of Junior's career, not having him on the track is sure to leave a hole in the hearts of many of his fans.
Briscoe Scores First Truck Win As Bell Takes Title
  by Brandon Reed
Chase Briscoe closed out the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season in the best way, as he scored his first career series win in what was the final race for his Brad Keselowski Racing team, while Christopher Bell moved his way to second when Ben Rhodes ran out of fuel with five laps to go, scoring the series championship for his Kyle Busch Motorsports team.
Hamlin edges Truex for Homestead pole
  Toyotas to start 1-2-3-4

Hamlin propelled his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota at 173.980 mph to take the top starting position from playoffs driver Martin Truex Jr., who secured the second spot with a fast lap of 173.952 mph in his No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota for Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 season finale. Fellow Championship 4 contender Kyle Busch was third-fastest, his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota notching a top speed of 173.930 mph. Busch’s JGR teammate Matt Kenseth, qualified fourth and Brad Keselowski rounded out the top-5.

Matt Kenseth Scores First Victory of the Season
  Brad Keselowski Clinches Championship Four Spot
In what may very well be the penultimate race of his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race of his career, Matt Kenseth spoiled the party for rookie championship hopeful Chase Elliott with a late-race pass for the lead in Sunday's Can Am 500 to collect his 39th career victory and deny Elliot a shot at a title as Brad Keselowski takes the fourth an final spot in the Championship Four next weekend.
William Byron Leads JR Motorsports at Phoenix
  JRM Puts Three Drivers in Final Four at Homestead
William Byron collected his fourth NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season on Saturday with a win in the Ticket Galaxy 200 at Phoenix International Raceway, leading the parade for JR Motorsports as three of the team's drivers are headed to Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend for a shot at the Xfinity Series title.
Johnny Sauter wins at Phoenix truck race
  Crashes shape Truck Championship

The third of the three red flags gave defending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Johnny Sauter the chance he needed to win the race that set the field for next Friday’s championship event at Homestead-Miami Speedway. When Kyle Busch Motorsports teammates Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson wrecked during an intense side-by-side duel with seven laps left, Sauter inherited the lead for a restart on Lap 149 of 150, and held off John Hunter Nemechek by 0.668 seconds for his second straight victory, his first at Phoenix, his fourth of the season and the 17th of his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career.

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