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Camping World Truck Series:
Friday 11/16, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Ford EcoBoost 200, 7:30pm, MRN

X-Finity Series:
Saturday 11/17, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Ford EcoBoost 300, 3pm, MRN

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series:
Sunday 11/18, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Ford EcoBoost 400, 1:30pm, MRN


Monday: Fast Talk, 9-10pm

Tuesday: NASCAR Live, 9-10pm

Wednesday: The Pit Reporters, 9-10pm

Monday-Friday: NASCAR Today, 6:45pm

Monday-Friday: Garage Pass, 8:30pm

NASCAR News (courtesy of John Saunders, Jr., MRN Radio)


1a – Championship Tid-Bits: Joey Logano is the 5th different driver in five years of the elimination-style Playoff format. Logano is the 7th different driver to win the championship in the last eight years. It’s the first championship for Ford in 14 years (2004, Kurt Busch driving for Jack Roush.)
1b – Both Denny Hamlin (12) and Jimmie Johnson (16) had their “consecutive seasons with at least one win” streaks ended on Sunday.
2 – William Byron was named 2018 Sunoco Rookie of the Year in the Cup Series. It is the second straight year that the winning driver also won rookie of the year in all three national touring series and did so in consecutive seasons (Erik Jones.)
3 – The only post-race penalty announced after the Ford EcoBoost 400 was a lug nut infraction on the #10 Stewart-Haas Ford driven by Aric Almirola. Crew Chief John Klausmeier was fined $10,000.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Final Standings

1. Joey Logano #22 Team Penske 5040
2. M. Truex Jr #78 F. Row Racing 5035
3. Kevin Harvick #4 Stewart-Haas Racing 5034
4. Kyle Busch #18Joe Gibbs Racing 5033
5. Aric Almirola #10 Stewart-Hass Racing 2354
6. Chase Elliott #9 Hendrick Motorspts 2350
7. Kurt Busch #41 Stewart-Haas Racing 2350
8. Brad Keselowski #2 Stewart-Haas Racing 2343
9. Kyle Larson #42 Chip Ganassi Racing 2299
10. Ryan Blaney #12 Team Penske 2298
11. Denny Hamlin #11 Joe Gibbs Racing 2285
12. Clint Bowyer #14 Stewart-Haas Racing 2272
13. Austin Dillon #3 R. Childress Racing 2245
14. J. Johnson #48 Hendrick Motorspts 2242
15. Erik Jones #20 Joe Gibbs Racing 2220
16. A. Bowman #88 Hendrick Motorspts 2204
17. Ryan Newman #31 Richard Childress 769
18. Ricky Stenhouse Jr #17 Roush-Fenway Racing 701
19. Paul Menard #21 Wood Brothers Racing 692
20. Jamie McMurray #1 Chip Ganassi Racing 683


· Chad Kanus – New crew chief for William Byron in the HMS #24
· Martin Treux Jr. – Joining JGR in the #19
· Ryan Newman – Joining Roush-Fenway #6
· Matt DiBenedetto – Joining LFR #95 with Denny Hamlin’s former crew chief Mike Wheeler
· Daniel Hemric – Moving to Cup Series replacing Ryan Newman in the RCR #31
· Ryan Preece – Joining JTG-Daugherty #47
· Tyler Reddick – Joining RCR for Xfinity ride
· Noah Gragson – Moving to Xfinity at JR Motorsports
· Jeffery Earnhardt – 9 Xfinity races with JGR
· Ross Chastain – Moving to a full time Xfinity ride with CGR #42
· Harrison Burton – Full-time ride with KBM in the truck series

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