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NASCAR America: Assessing Jimmie Johnson, Chad Knaus’ historic tenure
Sunday's finale in Miami will be Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus' final Cup race together.
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Scan All: Phoenix Cup playoff race
Check out all the sights and sounds from Phoenix as the Championship 4 was decided for Homestead.
Homestead marks last race for Johnson and Knaus
Sunday's race in Homestead will be the final one for Jimmy Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus, a duo that is undoubtedly one of the best in NASCAR history.
Can Harvick overcome Childers loss to win?
Kevin Harvick is notorious for bringing speed to the track, but it be enough to capture the NASCAR Cup Series title without Rodney Childers?
Furniture Row crew emotional ahead of final race
As it gears up for the championship race in Miami, the Furniture Row staff got emotional knowing this weekend's race will be the last before the race team permanently shuts down.
Kyle Busch throwing 'caution to the wind' in Miami
There are so many positives for Kyle Busch heading into Miami, but Kyle Petty says Busch's success hinges on his execution, especially if he wants to race aggressively.
FNIA talent tackles NASCAR simulator
Mike Tirico, Mike Florio, Rodney Harrison and Tony Dungy took a spin in the NASCAR simulator to get a feel for a race car ahead of this weekend's championship race at Homestead.
NASCAR penalty report from Phoenix
Two crew chiefs were fined for having one unsecured lug nut on their cars.
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Miami preview, Richard Petty and Dale Inman
Marty Snider hosts with Kyle Petty and Ray Evernham.
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‘A lot of tears shed’ as Furniture Row Racing departs for last Cup race
Furniture Row Racing's hauler left its Denver, Colorado, shop Tuesday night for its final race.
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Harrison Burton to compete for Kyle Busch Motorsports full-time in 2019
After making 14 starts since 2016, Harrison Burton will be full-time in the Truck Series next year.
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Who is hot and not entering Cup finale at Miami
A look at who has momentum and who has lost it entering the season finale in Miami.
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Video: Championship 4 drivers race Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’
Will the results of this race match how the Championship 4 will finish Sunday on NBC?
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NASCAR America: Capitalizing on opportunities wins championships
NASCAR America: Capatilzing on opportunities wins championships
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NASCAR America: Richard Petty, Leonard Wood remember David Pearson
Richard Petty: 'The better (David Pearson) was, the better I had to be to compete with him.'
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NASCAR America: Championship 4 assess their odds of winning
Harvick and Busch are co-favorites to win the championship according to Las Vegas bookmakers.
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William Byron wins NASCAR Cup Rookie of the Year
With a ninth-place finish Sunday at ISM Raceway, William Byron clinched the Cup Series' Rookie of the Year Award.
Busch's crew chief: 'No holds barred' in Miami
Kyle Busch's crew chief Adam Stevens says now that his team will have to take a more aggressive approach to win it all in Miami.
One of Big 3 can win their second championship
Only Joey Logano stands in the way of Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick or Martin Truex Jr. from winning their second NASCAR championship.
Leonard Wood remembers David Pearson
NASCAR Hall of Famer and former crew chief Leonard Wood describes the impact that the late David Pearson had on his life.
'The King' reflects on Pearson's impact
Richard Petty gives his thoughts on the passing of fellow NASCAR legend David Pearson.
Remembering the legacy of David Pearson
NASCAR America looks back on the legendary career of David Pearson, who died Monday at 83.
Denny Hamlin hears from Chase Elliott fans upset about Phoenix, offers retort
Denny Hamlin's incident with Kurt Busch at Phoenix collected Chase Elliott, all but ending Elliott's title hopes.
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Championship 4, David Pearson passes
Looks ahead to Miami and back on the career of David Pearson.
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NASCAR: Rodney Childers can celebrate with No. 4 team if it wins title
NASCAR rules suspension to Kevin Harvick's crew chief and car chief will end when the checkered flag waves Sunday night.
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Preliminary entry lists for NASCAR weekend in Miami
A look at who is entered in Cup, Xfinity and Trucks this weekend.
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Bump & Run: Should Kyle Busch have let Aric Almirola by at Phoenix?
Would it have been best for Kyle Busch to let Aric Almirola lead and win Phoenix to bump Kevin Harvick out of the title race?
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Long: Why must-win situation was no pressure for Christopher Bell
Christopher Bell will race for the Xfinity championship because he did not let the pressure overwhelm him at Phoenix.
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Kevin Harvick’s team makes pit crew change for championship race
Kevin Harvick's team is switching its rear tire changer with teammate Aric Almirola's team.
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NASCAR America: With penalty, Rodney Childers gets head start on Miami car
Suspended from the track, Rodney Childers used that extra time focused on preparing Kevin Harvick's Miami car.
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Racing community reacts to David Pearson passing
32 years after he ran his last race at Michigan in 1986, no one had a bad word for David Pearson.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson dies at 83
David Pearson's 105 career Cup victories are second only to Richard Petty.
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NASCAR America: Is this the best Championship 4 ever?
Dale Jarrett: 'You don't have to believe all that we are telling you. Just look at the numbers.'
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Cole Custer excited to race for Xfinity title
Marty Snyder catches up with Cole Custer and asks him if he believes he is the favorite to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series title.
Tony Gibson conflicted by Harvick, Kurt Busch
Tony Gibson reveals that it was an "extremely tough" weekend watching Kevin Harvick qualifying for the Championship 4 but seeing Kurt Busch get eliminated.
Bell on chances to win NASCAR Xfinity title
Christopher Bell joins Marty Snyder to analyze his win at Phoenix and to assess his chances to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship.
Christopher Bell comes up clutch with Xfinity win
Christopher Bell faced a must-win situation on Saturday at ISM Raceway, and that's exactly what he did to clinch a spot in the Xfinity Championship 4.
Kurt Busch eliminated from title contention
Kurt Busch finished 32nd at Phoenix, which doomed his hopes of advancing to the Championship 4, but he received some words of wisdom from Tony Stewart.
Rodney Childers making preparations for Homestead
Rodney Childers describes what it was like to not be at the track when Kevin Harvick clinched a spot in the Championship 4 and what preparations are like before Homestead-Miami.
Cup Championship 4 the best yet?
NASCAR America discusses whether the collection of Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., and Joey Logano comprises the best Championship 4 ever.
Should Kyle Busch have let Almirola win?
Kyle Busch won in Phoenix, but could have allowed Aric Almirola to win instead to eliminate Kevin Harvick from the Championship 4.
NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Phoenix recap, Rodney Childers interview
Carolyn Manno, Dale Jarrett, Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte recap the last playoff elimination weekend.
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Who will be the 2018 NASCAR champion?
Legacies will be shaped Sunday in Miami as NASCAR's champion will be crowned on NBC.
NASCAR's champion will be crowned in Miami on NBC
The final NASCAR race of the season will crown a championship this Sunday at Homestead-Miami on NBC.
What Tony Stewart told Kurt Busch
Tony Stewart shared his side of his conversation with Kurt Busch after Busch wrecked Sunday at Phoenix.
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Xfinity Championship 4 made up of favorites and a surprise
The Xfinity title will be decided between Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric, Tyler Reddick and Cole Custer.
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Cole Whitt steps aways from racing after Phoenix Cup race
Cole Whitt ends his NASCAR career after 242 starts across all three national series.
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Championship 4 is set with Big 3, Joey Logano
The playoff field has been whittled down to the Championship 4, which has three drivers returning from 2017.
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No Cinderella among Cup title contenders
The Championship 4 field is the strongest since the format began in 2014.
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Hamlin sorry about Kurt Busch incident
Denny Hamlin said of contact with Kurt Busch: 'I hate it for him. Trust me I was rooting for him.'
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