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NASCAR News (courtesy of John Singlar, MRN Radio)

FINAL MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES POWER RANKINGS
With a victory in the season-ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway and his first Cup Series championship, Martin Truex Junior closes the year atop the final Motor Racing Network Power Rankings – a spot he held for the last seven weeks of the season. Truex entered the playoffs as the Number-1 seed and is one of thirty-two drivers to win a championship in the sixty-nine-year history of the sport’s top tier. Kyle Busch is second in this week’s Rankings with Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Chase Elliott making up the rest of the top five … In addition to his eight race wins this season, Truex had three poles. He’s one of fourteen drivers newly qualified for next year’s season-opening Advance Auto Parts Clash featuring Cup Series pole winners from the previous year. The race annually kicks off Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway in February … And speaking of Speedweeks, while we are only three days removed from the conclusion of the 2017 season, the 2018 season-opening Daytona 500 is just eighty-eight days away!

DRIVER SPOTLIGHT
2017 CHAMPIONS
► MARTIN TRUEX JUNIOR, Furniture Row Racing (Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) … claimed his first championship in his fourteenth season, winning Sunday’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway and topping The Championship Four … Half of Truex’s eight wins this year came during the playoffs. He entered the post-season as the Number-1 seed and quickly positioned himself for his title run by winning at Chicagoland Speedway, the first of his four post-season victories on mile-and-a-half ovals … Erik Jones, Truex’s teammate at Furniture Row Racing, was named Rookie of the Year in the Monster Energy Series.
► WILLIAM BYRON, Junior Motorsports (NASCAR
X-finity Series) … closed the season with four straight top-ten finishes including a victory in the semifinal round of the playoffs at Phoenix Raceway … Byron, the Number-1 post-season seed, totaled four wins and two poles this year … For the 2018 season, he’s moving up to the Monster Energy Series – replacing Kasey Kahne at Hendrick Motorsports. Byron will drive the iconic Number-24 Chevrolet.
► CHRISTOPHER BELL, Kyle Busch Motorsports (Camping World Truck Series) … joined Truex and Byron as series champs after entering the post-season as the Number-1 seed … And like Truex, Bell won the opening race of his playoffs and followed with six straight top-ten finishes to close the season … Over the course of the twenty-three-race schedule, Bell won five times, logged eleven stage wins and added five poles.

TRACK FACTS
The achievements of the sixteen drivers who qualified for this year’s playoffs have been well-documented over the past ten weeks. What about the “best of the rest?” With top-ten finishes in two of his last three starts, Team Penske’s Joey Logano finished seventeenth in the final championship standings … Martin Truex Junior’s total of eight wins in 2017 topped the Cup Series. Kyle Busch was next with five victories, one more than Kyle Larson … Busch, who finished second to Truex in the championship battle, had a series-best eight poles. Kevin Harvick was second with four … On the X-finity side, among series regulars, Junior Motorsports rookie (and series champion) William Byron led the way with four race wins and two poles … In the Camping World Truck Series, Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Christopher Bell posted a series-leading five wins and added five poles en route to his championship.


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