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posted NOVEMBER 19, 2018

ESPN.com
Martin Truex Jr. finishes one spot short of a second straight Cup title and
Joey Logano wins at Homestead to claim NASCAR Cup Series championship by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Joey Logano spoils Big Three party to win NASCAR title by Jenna Fryer;
Johnson, Knaus reach checkered flag of championship pairing by Dan Gelston

Charlotte Observer
Joey Logano wins first NASCAR Cup championship with late pass over Martin Truex Jr. by Brendan Marks

JeffGluck.com
The Top Five: Breaking down the NASCAR championship race at Homestead

Motor Racing Network
Logano Wins Cup Championship and
Kyle Busch: 'It's All for Naught' and
Homestead-Miami Rear-View Mirror and
Harvick Comes Up Short by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Kyle Busch last of title contenders after "frustrating night" by Nick DeGroot;
Kevin Harvick's title hopes faded due to "a daytime race car" and
Joey Logano beats Truex to win 2018 NASCAR Cup Series title and
NASCAR President Steve Phelps vows to "double down" on the sport by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Dominant season doesn't end in title for Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick by Dustin Long;
What drivers said after Cup playoff race at Miami by Dan Beaver;
Jimmie Johnson looks forward to 'clean start' after first winless seaso and
Joey Logano wins Cup finale in Miami, championship by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
After dismal 2017, Joey Logano trumps 'Big Three' to win NASCAR Cup championship by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Joey Logano Wins Homestead, 2018 Championship by Tyson Lautenschlager

Yahoo Sports
Joey Logano fulfills the teenage superlatives with the 2018 Cup Series championship by NIck Bromberg


posted NOVEMBER 18, 2018

ESPN.com
Tyler Reddick captures Xfinity Series crown with win at Homestead and
'It feels right': No regrets for Elliott Sadler after final race of career by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kyle Busch has 2nd NASCAR Cup championship in sight by Dan Gelston;
Tyler Reddick gives Earnhardt another Xfinity championship by Jenna Fryer

Athlon Sports
Homestead Preview: NASCAR's Fastest Four Have A Shot At The Title - But They're Not Fresh New Faces by Tom Bowles

Autoweek
NASCAR president Steve Phelps hosts the state of the sport address at Homestead-Miami Speedway by Matt Weaver

Forbes
How To Watch NASCAR's Big Championship Race (NBC Has Options) by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch:
John Hunter Nemechek Moving to GMS Racing in 2019 and
Xfinity Breakdown: Tyler Reddick Captures Xfinity Championship by Dustin Albino;
The High Line Was Key, But Daniel Hemric Simply Could Not Do It by Phil Allaway;
Cole Custer on Championship Runner-Up: "I feel like we did almost everything right" by Davey Segal;
Kaz Grala Ends Rollercoaster Season with a Head-Scratcher in Homestead by Zach Catanzareti;
Tyler Reddick Uses High Line, Pit Strategy To Win Ford EcoBoost 300, XFINITY Series Title by Tom Bowles

Motor Racing Network
Phelps Meets the Media and
Homestead-Miami Storylines and
Reddick Xfinity Series Champion by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Christopher Bell: "I wasn't good enough" to win at Homestead by Nick DeGroot;
Shigeaki Hattori makes history with NASCAR Truck Series title by Tim Southers;
Sadler ready for "next chapter" in life as NASCAR career ends and
Tyler Reddick takes Xfinity title with surprise win at Homestead by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com
NASCAR.com staff picks: Our 2018 championship predictions

NBC Sports
Staff picks for today's Cup race at Miami;
NASCAR President Steve Phelps discusses multiple topics in media session and
Tony Stewart says JGR made 'very smart decision' on pit stall picks by Dustin Long;
Tyler Reddick wins Xfinity race in Miami, championship by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
With changes ahead, Tyler Reddick wins Xfinity Series title in only season with JR Motorsports by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Logano has Chance to Join Moffitt, Reddick as First-Time Champions by Tyson Lautenschlager;
Allmendinger Set for What Could be his Final NASCAR Race by Steven Muncie

Popular Speed
Harvick Hoping Uniqueness of Homestead Plays Into His Favor and
Confidence Ahead of the Ford Ecoboost 400 for Truex Jr. and Furniture Row Racing by Brandon Rivero

Racer
Questions aplenty as NASCAR reaches the offseason by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today
Makers Predict Hybrids In NASCAR Future by Deb Williams

The Racing Experts
Elliott Sadler concludes NASCAR Career at Homestead by Justin Melillo;
Reddick becomes 29th different Xfinity Series champion and
Hamlin not focused on points finish and
Logano, Truex top final practice by Dominic Aragon

Skirts and Scuffs
Trackin' Trucks: Brett Moffitt Wins at Homestead and Claims 2018 NCWTS by Courtney Horn

Spin Doctor 500
2018 by Michael Knight


posted NOVEMBER 17, 2018

ESPN.com
Denny Hamlin leaves best pit stall to JGR teammate Kyle Busch and
5 things to watch for during Cup series season finale at Homestead and
NASCAR Cup series at Homestead-Miami Speedway: Starting lineup breakdown by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Former NASCAR champs Busch, Kenseth set to move on in 2019 by Dan Gelston;
Gibson has key role in NASCAR title race after health scare by Mark Long;
Moffitt and underdog race team win Truck Series title and
Kyle Busch leads title contenders in qualifying for finale by Jenna Fryer

Charlotte Observer
Tale of the tape is in titles, and nothing else, for NASCAR contender Kyle Busch by Brendan Marks

Frontstretch
Elliott Sadler on Retirement: "I Have No Regrets" and
Kevin Harvick: 'I Feel Like We Race With a Chip on Our Shoulder Every Week' by Davey Segal;
Sheldon Creed Ends 2018 with Career-Best Trucks Finish by Zach Catanzareti;
Possible Flat Tire, Slow Pit Stop Halts Noah Gragson's Title Hopes and
Tyler Reddick Confident He Can Win XFINITY Championship by Dustin Albino;
Denny Hamlin Wins Ford EcoBoost 400 Pole; Kyle Busch Best Of Championship 4 and
Brett Moffitt Wins Ford EcoBoost 200, 2018 Camping World Truck Series Championship by Tom Bowles;
Justin Haley Brings Good "Fire Off," Lack of Overall Speed to Homestead by Beth Lunkenheimer

Motor Racing Network
Harvick Determined at Homestead and
Moffitt Wins Truck Championship by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Hamlin forgoes picking No. 1 pit stall, giving it to Kyle Busch by Nick DeGroot;
Brett Moffitt wins Homestead and first Truck championship and
Hamlin takes Homestead pole, Kyle Busch leads title contenders by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
AJ Allmendinger uncertain when, where he'll race next and
Denny Hamlin's team passes over No. 1 pit stall to Kyle Busch's team and
Should Denny Hamlin's team take No. 1 pit stall or leave it for Kyle Busch? by Dustin Long;
Brett Moffitt wins Truck race at Miami, takes championship and
Denny Hamlin wins Miami Cup pole; Kevin Harvick qualifies 12th by Dan Beaver

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Noah Gragson leaves Homestead disappointed, but wiser as Brett Moffitt takes truck title and
Denny Hamlin robs championship drivers of Homestead pole by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Martin Truex Jr Showing Strength in Practice and Qualifying at Homestead by Roger Holtsclaw;
What is the Doomsday Scenario at Homestead? by Ricky Whittenburg

Popular Speed
Chastain Closing a Chapter Saturday in the Ford Ecoboost 300 by Brandon Rivero;
Observations: Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway by Ashley McCubbin

The Racing Experts
Justin Fontaine reflects on 2018 season, turns focus toward politics by Matt Courson;
Brett Moffitt wins Truck Series Championship at Homestead and
Championship 4 Weekend: On the Outside Looking in by Justin Melillo;
Hamlin passes Ricky Rudd on all-time poles list by Dominic Aragon

Speedway Media
Brett Moffitt Wins Race and Truck Series Championship at Homestead by Briar Starr;
Owner's Perspective of Championship 4 at Homestead by Bryan Rivero

USA Today
As NASCAR reaches championship race, series has many issues to confront by A.J. Perez


posted NOVEMBER 16, 2018

ESPN.com
Joey Logano won't let a Cup title -- or lack thereof -- define career and
Kevin Harvick's ability to emerge from setbacks has him in title chase and
Martin Truex Jr. says he has 'free pass' to rough up Joey Logano by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Bell becomes favorite after eking into Xfinity Series finale by Mark Long

Caledonian Record
RIP David Pearson by Big Bigelow

Charlotte Observer
Joey Logano's controversial move, boos that come with it? 'No regrets at all.' by Brendan Marks

Daytona Beach News-Journal
NASCAR update: 'Big 3' and 'Ringo' chase Cup Series championship by Godwin Kelly

The Final Lap
Are the Playoffs Good or Bad? by Robert Schloemer

Frontstretch
NASCAR 101: Final Goodbyes by Clayton Caldwell
Friday Faceoff: Who is Most Likely to Win It All at Homestead by Frontstretch Staff;
Fire on Fridays: What is Furniture Row Racing's Legacy? by Joseph Wolkin;
4 Burning Questions: Homestead by Michael Finley;
Massie's Minute: Are Non-Championship 4 Drivers Allowed to Win at Homestead-Miami? by Michael Massie

JeffGluck.com
NASCAR fan follows Cup Series circuit for full season

LASTCAR.info
Victor Obaika and Tanner Berryhill return to NASCAR in a big wayby Brock Beard

Miami Herald
NASCAR's championship weekend is back at Homestead this weekend. Here's what to expect by Jordan McPherson

Motor Racing Network
Homestead-Miami Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin;
Bittersweet Finale for Truex Jr. and
Championship 4 Look Ahead by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Penske's Czarnecki: SHR joining Ford "helped us elevate our game" by Nick DeGroot;
Kyle Busch wants "extra quarter-inch" from non-title contenders by Charles Bradley;
Noah Gragson plans to "battle harder" for first Truck title and
Truex: We've struggled more on Homestead-style tracks this year by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com
NASCAR President optimistic on more short tracks, mid-week races by Jessica Ruffin

NBC Sports
Jamie McMurray ready for the end of his full-time NASCAR career by Nate Ryan;
Grant Enfinger wins truck pole at Miami, playoff contenders start nose to tail by Dan Beaver;
Elliott Sadler, track president have disagreement over security guard's actions and
Friday 5: Tony Gibson seeks to win Cup title four months after hospitalization and
Martin Truex Jr.: 'I won't just wreck a guy ... unless it's the 22' by Dustin Long;
What Cup Championship 4 drivers said at Media Day by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Haverlin's Hot Take: Making a case for each NASCAR Cup championship driver by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Joey Logano Ready to Play Spoiler Against "The Big Three" and
Kevin Harvick: "...we race with a chip on our shoulder every week" and
How Does Kyle Busch Stack-up at Homestead? and
How Does Kevin Harvick Stack-up at Homestead? by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks....Harrison Burton by Ashley McCubbin;
Saturday's Ford Ecoboost 300 Set to Make Another Name and
Moffitt Hopes to Make History with Hattori Racing Enterprises by Brandon Rivero

Race Fans Forever
A Busy Racing Weekend and Then... by PattyKay Lilley

Speedway Media
Nascar Camping World Truck Series Preview-Homestead and
Championship Analysis- Noah Gragson by Briar Starr

USA Today
The grueling life of a NASCAR pit crew member by Michell Martinelli

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR has its best final four field yet. Does anyone care? by Nick Bromberg




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