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Daytona 500 Preview & Odds: Who Will Win
  Is the NASCAR CUP Series offseason already almost over?
Oh my goodness it is! That means the Daytona 500 is right around the bend. It will all start with the Busch Clash at Daytona on the ninth of February, then the following weekend we have the two Bluegreen Vacation Duel races on Thursday, Feb 13th. Then, of course, the Daytona 500 on Sunday, February 16th. Can Denny Hamlin go back to back at the Great American Race? He won it last year, we find that the race handicappers and oddsmakers like Bovada think he has a great shot at winning again, make sure to read their review here
Video: Where's Mario?
  The Mysterious Disappearance of NASCAR's Mario Rossi
Mario Rossi was one of NASCAR's most brilliant engineers, creating innovations still common in today's racing landscape. But Mario mysteriously disappeared in early 1983. The theories of his disappearance are varied, ranging from his death to the possibility he may still be alive, living under a different identity. This video is not meant to provide any solutions to the case and does promote individual investigations. It merely is meant to showcase an unsolved mystery and a case without closure.
Daytona 500 Preview & Odds: Who Will Win
  Is the NASCAR CUP Series offseason already almost over?
Oh my goodness it is! That means the Daytona 500 is right around the bend. It will all start with the Busch Clash at Daytona on the ninth of February, then the following weekend we have the two Bluegreen Vacation Duel races on Thursday, Feb 13th. Then, of course, the Daytona 500 on Sunday, February 16th. Can Denny Hamlin go back to back at the Great American Race? He won it last year, we find that the race handicappers and oddsmakers like Bovada think he has a great shot at winning again, make sure to read their review here
Why NASCAR Still Holds A Most Popular Driver Award
  Fans get to vote
On Thursday, 5th November, Chase Elliott was crowned as the winner of the NASCAR’s most popular driver award in an event held in Nashville. The award is given according to the fans’ votes, who also voted for Elliott last year. The 24-year-old won the award for the second consecutive time, following the footsteps of his father, Bill, who won the award for 16 times. Elliott took over from Earnhardt Jr., who had won the competition 15 times in a row before retiring in 2017.
Kyle Busch honored as 2019 NASCAR Cup Series Champ
  NASCAR
NASCAR's biggest names gathered in Nashville, TN on Thursday night to honor 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Champion Kyle Busch. The gathering in Nashville—the first time the NASCAR Awards had traveled to Music City—honored Busch, who drove to his second series Championship on Nov. 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The annual awards ceremony marked the final

 

Jimmie Johnson not "mailing it in" in final season
  by Pete McCole
Jimmie Johnson has made it official – he's hanging up his helmet after one more season chasing history. The seven-time NASCAR Cup Champion says the 2020 season will be his last in full-time competition, ending a 23-year NASCAR career that saw him rise up from a California dirt bike and off-road racer to one of the biggest superstars in NASCAR history and a future Hall-of-Famer. While it won't be the end of his racing career, it will be the end of one of the most successful teams of the last two decades.
7-Time NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson to retire
  Announces 2020 Cup season will be his last
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson announced on Wednesday that the 2020 season will be his last in full-time competition. In a video announcement on his Twitter feed, Johnson said he would be hanging up his helmet following one last season, where he hopes to go out as a champion yet again with a record-breaking eighth Cup Series title.
Kyle Busch saved his best race for last
  by Pete McCole
Kyle Busch had heard the question asked dozens of times throughout the 2019 Playoffs – when is he going to break back into Victory Lane? On Sunday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Busch had the answer, at the perfect time. Busch scored his first victory of the 10-race NASCAR post-season after beating out Martin Truex, Jr. in the Ford EcoBoost 400 to secure his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title - besting Kevin Harvick and Busch’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Truex and Denny Hamlin.
Busch holds off Truex Jr. to win race and NASCAR title
  Joe Gibbs Toyotas 1-2-3
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing, won the second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship of his career Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He is the 16th driver all-time with multiple MENCS championships and joins Jimmie Johnson as the only active drivers with multiple Cup series titles. On his way to winning the championship, Busch posted five wins, 17 top-five finishes, 27 top-10 finishes and one pole.
Tyler Reddick wins back to back Xfinity Series titles
  First driver in series history to win with two different teams
Tyler Reddick raced his way into the history books on Saturday as the first NASCAR Xfinity Series driver to win back-to-back series titles with two different teams after winning the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway to score his sixth victory of the season and take home the series crown. Reddick led the final 19 laps after passing race leader and fellow championship contender Cole Custer an ran flawlessly to the checkered flag, beating Custer, Christopher Bell and Justin Allgaier to Become just the seventh driver in series history to win back-to-back titles.
Matt Crafton wins third NASCAR Truck Series title
  Finishes second behind race winner Austin Hill in Truck Series finale
All but counted out for the title before the race began, without a win, and nearly a decade older than the next-oldest title contender, Matt Crafton, with tears in his eyes, was the one celebrating at the end. Still winless for the year after finishing second in the Ford EcoBoost 200, Crafton won his third Gander Outdoors Truck Series championship after finishing second behind race winner Austin Hill in Friday night's season finale.
Three against one no concern for Harvick
  Ford Championship Weekend
Kevin Harvick faces a challenge perhaps no other driver has ever been confronted with in a winner-take-all championship race: taking on three drivers all on the same team. And while three against one might seem like impossible odds, Harvick believes a lone wolf could still carry the day.

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