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Norm Benning (No. 6 H&H Transportation/Zomongo Chevrolet Silverado) finished 25th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 27th in the lineup and completed 119 laps of the 134-lap race. Benning competed in 20 of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 19th in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:53 PM

Casey Mears (No. 98 GEICO Military Ford) finished 11th in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 12th in the lineup and completed 199 of the 200 laps run. Mears competed in 14 of the 33 series races this year and closed out the season 28th in the 2017 NXS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:50 PM

Ryan Preece (No. 18 Safelite AutoGlass Toyota) finished fifth in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started fifth in the lineup and completed all of the 200 laps run. Preece competed in only four of the 33 series races this year and closed out the season 29th in the 2017 NXS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:35 PM

Sam Hornish Jr. (No. 22 REV/Fleetwood Ford) finished second in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started eighth in the lineup, led three laps and completed all laps of the 200 laps run. Hornish competed in only six of the 33 series races this year and closed out the season 31st in the 2017 NXS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:32 PM

T.J. Bell (No. 56 Niece Equipment/MG Machinery Chevrolet Silverado) finished 16th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 20th in the lineup and completed 132 laps of the 134-lap race. Bell competed in 15 of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 20th in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:27 PM

Timothy Peters (No. 02 AutosbyNelson.com Chevrolet Silverado) finished 10th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 17th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Peters competed in only eighth of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 21st in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 10:25 PM

Ty Majeski (No. 60 Ford EcoBoost Ford) finished 10th in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started ninth in the lineup and completed 199 of the 200 laps run. Majeski competed in only three of the 33 series races this year and closed out the season 45th in the 2017 NXS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 3:03 PM

Fresh off exciting news of their switch to Ford Performance in 2018, JGL Racing entered the season finale with Corey LaJoie piloting their No. 24 Toyota once again.

Despite some troubles on pit road, LaJoie steered his No. 24 youtheory Toyota to a solid 15th place finish in the running of the Ford Ecoboost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. LaJoie competed in only 6 of the 33 series races this year and closed out the season 58th in the 2017 NXS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 2:57 PM

Myatt Snider (No. 51 Liberty Tax Service Toyota Tundra) finished 12th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 12th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Snider competed in only eighth of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 22nd in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 2:45 PM

Josh Reaume (No. 50 Chevrolet Silverado) finished 22nd in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.

He started 26th in the lineup and completed 126 laps of the 134-lap race. Reaume competed in 13 of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 24th in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings.
Nov 21 - 2:42 PM

While his teammate Martin Truex Jr. took home the serious medal Sunday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Erik Jones 21st place finish is enough to wrap up the Rookie of the Year trophy for the 21-year-old driver. Jones finished the race two laps down, only 12 drivers finished on the same lap as the leader and only three drivers were one lap down. Fellow rookie of the year candidate Daniel Suarez who entered the night 14 rookie points behind Jones finished the race in 34th after having a problem with brakes with 34 laps to go.

Jones came close to scoring a win in his rookie season a couple of times, most notably at Bristol where he dominated until a last lap pass by Kyle Busch pushed him back to second. In his sophomore season the young driver will be eyeing that first win, but even before that happens his currently last 18 race record of more than 50% top-10 finishes will keep him a great value from week to week.
Nov 19 - 11:21 PM

Ryan Newman took home his first top-10 since his second place finish at Talladega. Newman advanced 11 positions for his starting spot of 21 to complete the top-10 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Newman fell out of playoff contention after the first round and outside of his Talladega finish did not finish better 13th during the playoff run before tonight, which was a sharp fall in finishing position after his four race run of sixth or better in the final four regular season events. This will force the Richard Childress racing to hone in on his 'bull-dog' like personality to try to find early success in 2018.
Nov 19 - 11:09 PM

After starting on the pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway Denny Hamlin fell back to a ninth place finish. Martin Truex Jr. started beside Hamlin and would take the lead on the first lap as the #11 driver slowly fell out of contention. This was Hamlin's fifth top-10 in a row at Homestead stretching back to his 2013 win.

Hamlin's car improved as the night came and the track cooled during qualifying, leading many to think Hamlin could put himself in the position to battle for the win late. Last week, Hamlin was close to grabbing the final transfer spot into the round of four before his multiple race rivalry with fellow round of eight contender Chase Elliott ruined his chances when the young driver crashed Hamlin at Phoenix. With all the drama around the final four races, Hamlin will enter the early races of 2018 with a vengeance to prove that he can rise about the drama, that he races clean, and most importantly that he can continue to win.
Nov 19 - 10:53 PM

The Ford 400 was Matt Kenseth's final race as a full-time NASCAR driver. His eighth place finish was his seventh top-10 at the track in his last eight attempts making him the second best finishing current driver behind Kyle Busch. After not advancing to the round of eight, Kenseth has recorded a win, two top-fives and three top-10 proving that there was still a lot of racing left outside of the playoff structure.

Kenseth was among the two oldest drivers; the other being also retiring Dale Earnhardt Jr., in the field this season but his age did not show fatigue but instead experience. Kenseth was one of the few drivers to make it into the playoffs on points without a win. Clearly, that was not enough for the NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year, Kenseth put the cherry on top his final season by winning at Phoenix in the penultimate race last weekend.
Nov 19 - 10:41 PM

Brad Keselowski was the lowest finishing playoff driver, crossing under the checkered flag seventh in the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. At some point in the race every playoff driver was in the position of clinching the championship. Keselowski only led one lap but he ran in second behind Kyle Larson and ahead of his three fellow playoff contenders for a long stay.

Keselowski barely made it into the round of four, Matt Kenseth beating fellow playoff contender Chase Elliott to the line at Phoenix drastically helped the driver of the #2. Keselowski ran a good race by all standards but could not make it back up to the front when it counted. While he fell short of his 2012 championship run, this year was an improvement over 2016 when he was knocked out of the playoffs after the second round.
Nov 19 - 10:23 PM


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