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posted NOVEMBER 15, 2018

ESPN.com
Roundtable: 2018 NASCAR Cup series championship picks;
The top 10 NASCAR driver-crew chief combos in Cup history by Ryan McGee;
Jimmie Johnson-Chad Knaus era loaded with memories -- 48 of them by Bob Pockrass

Forbes
Remembering That Magical Day When NASCAR Crested The Wave by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
2-Headed Monster: Should Kyle Busch Have Let Aric Almirola Win by Massie & Velat and
Eyes on XFINITY: Previewing the Championship 4 by Dustin Albino

Inside Circle Track
Brett Moffitt, Hattori Providing Great Story in CWTS Playoffs by Richard Allen

KennyBruce.net
Pressure isn't new for Gibson

LASTCAR.info
Driver changes, beginnings, and endings fill Homestead entry lists by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Championship Weekend Preview by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
NASCAR Roundtable: Predicting the 2018 champions;
Fast and Fury(ous): Kaz Grala closes out 2018 Xfinity season and
Cole Pearn: "It's been an emotional time for all of us" at FRR by Tim Southers;
How David Pearson became one of NASCAR's legends by Tom Errington;
Earnhardt Jr: My first season as a broadcaster was "memorable" by Charles Bradley

NBC Sports
'A lot of tears shed' as Furniture Row Racing departs for last Cup race and
Harrison Burton to compete for Kyle Busch Motorsports full-time in 2019 by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
How Does Martin Truex Jr Stack up at Homestead? by Roger Holtsclaw

Racer
Furniture Row Racing hits the road for its last race by Kelly Crandall

Race Fans Forever
Logano Is Not the Problem, He's the Solution by J. L. Steele

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Past, present overlap in passings, playoffs by Randy Hallman

Speedway Media
Championship Analysis-Justin Haley and
Championship Analysis-Brett Moffitt and
Championship Analysis- Johnny Sauter and
Four Takeaways from the Nascar Camping World Truck Series Race at ISM Raceway by Briar Starr;
Hot 20 - At win at Homestead could move one of the boys closer to legendary status by Ron Thornton

Vegas Insider
Race and Championship odds
NASCAR Top-Five Finish Prediction
Homestead Race Preview by Micah Roberts


posted NOVEMBER 14, 2018

ESPN.com
Kyle Busch finds winning formula despite bevy of responsibilities and
Martin Truex Jr. has chance to go out on top at Furniture Row Racing Bob Pockrass;
David Pearson made me and NASCAR better by Ricky Craven

Autoweek
Goodyear expects pack racing, same tire compounds for NASCAR Cup Series in 2019 by Matt Weaver

Chasing the Scoreboard
In The Fast Lane: Most Improved after ISM Raceway
by Courtney Horn

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Speed Freaks: Best-case scenario for Homestead? by Godwin Kelly & Ken Willis

Forbes
Crunching The Numbers To Pick NASCAR's Next Champ by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
Did You Notice?: NASCAR Playoff Points Kept Truex, Harvick Alive For 2018 Title by Tom Bowles;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After ISM Raceway II" by Christian Koelle;
Myatt Snider Talks Rookie Year with ThorSport Racing & Life Off the Track by Davey Segal;
The Frontstretch 5: Tracks That Should Host a Finale & Crown a Champion by Amy Henderson;
NASCAR Mailbox: Should Homestead Forever Have the Honor of Hosting the Season Finale? by Brandon Hauff

KennyBruce.net
David Pearson, 1934-2018

MonteDutton.com
The Best There Ever Was

Morganton News Herald
Breaking down the NASCAR Final 4 at Homestead-Miami by Justin Epley

Motor Racing Network
Choosing the Champions by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Jason White gets first oval start in NASCAR Truck Series by Rene Fagan;
Brett Moffitt looking to cap "surreal" Truck season with series title and
Kyle Busch: "You want to race the best of the best" for Cup title by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com
How post-race inspection will work for Miami by RJ Kraft

NBC Sports
Who is hot and not entering Cup finale at Miami by Dan Beaver

On Pit Road
How Does Joey Logano Stack up at Homestead? by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Remembering The Driver Named David, Not Mr. Pearson by Steve Waid

The Racing Experts
David Pearson taught me how to drive Darlington by Geoff Bodine


posted NOVEMBER 13, 2018

ESPN.com
Championship four can add more than a title to résumé at Homestead by Matt Willis;
David Pearson, NASCAR legend often overshadowed but rarely outrun by Ryan McGee;
NASCAR Hall of Famer, 3-time Cup champion David Pearson dies at 83

Associated Press
David Pearson, NASCAR's Silver Fox, has died at 83

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from NASCAR by Allen Gregory

Frontstretch
Beside the Rising Tide: That Ain't No Way to Have Fun by Matt McLaughlin;
Five Points to Ponder: Time to Crown a Champ, Plus Elliott Sadler's Last Hurrah by Danny Peters;
Who's Hot & Who's Not in NASCAR: Chaos Aplenty at Phoenix For a Predictable Result by Wesley Coburn;
Couch Potato Tuesday: NASCAR Playoff Overload On NBC At Phoenix by Phil Allaway

Greeensboro News & Record
David Pearson leaves a shadow of his own, a giant of a man in a sport he helped build by Ed Hardin

JeffGluck.com
12 Questions with Landon Cassill

LASTCAR
Fan favorite Jordan Anderson reflects on his first year as owner and driver by Brock Beard

MonteDutton.com
The one, the only Silver Fox and
The Right Four Claim the Homestead Exemption

Motor Racing Network
Power Rankings by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
NASCAR legend David Pearson passes away at the age of 83 by Nick DeGroot;
Cole Whitt retires aged 27 by David Malsher

NBC Sports
Bump & Run: Should Kyle Busch have let Aric Almirola by at Phoenix?;
Why must-win situation was no pressure for Christopher Bell and
NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson passes away by Dustin Long;
Racing community reacts to David Pearson passing by Dan Beaver;
Sage Advice: What Tony Stewart told Kurt Busch at Phoenix by Daniel McFadin

Race Fans Forever
We Need a Little Less Perfection by Frank Buhrman

Speedway Media
The Final Word - The championship hopes of four were unable to rise from the ashes at Phoenix by Ron Thornton;
NASCAR Top-10 Power Ranking by Jeffrey Boswell;
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Power Rankings-Phoenix by Briar Starr

WCYB
Still Sterling: Tennessee native Sterling Marlin shows no signs of slowing down by Heather Williams


posted NOVEMBER 12, 2018

ESPN.com
'Big Three' pushing for more hardware, but Joey Logano is No. 1 seed and
A look at Xfinity, Truck series 2018 title contenders and
Kyle Busch nabs eighth win of season as championship four is set and
Kevin Harvick gets help to keep championship hopes alive by Bob Pockrass

Arizona Republic
Upgraded ISM Raceway provides blueprint to fix some of NASCAR's problems and
Tony Stewart consoles Kurt Busch after title hopes go up in smoke and
NASCAR era nearing end as Jimmie Johnson, Chad Knaus, ready to separate by Michael Knight

Associated Press
Kyle Busch sets up showdown with Kevin Harvick for the title by Jenna Fyer

Circle Track
Rules and Regulations by Monte Dutton

Cup Scene
Kyle Busch makes strong championship statement at Phoenix as Championship 4 is set and
For those not in NASCAR's Championship 4, there's always next year by Greg Engle

Forbes
Sizing Up NASCAR's Big Three, Plus One, Before A Final Ride by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kyle Busch Wins Phoenix, Kevin Harvick & Martin Truex Jr. Complete the Expected by Mike Neff;
Up to Speed: Kevin Harvick Must Look Forward by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: Setting Up a NASCAR Championship Weekend & Ending the NHRA Season by the Frontstretch Staff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Can-Am 500 by Amy Henderson

JeffGluck.com
The Top Five: Breaking down the Phoenix playoff race

LASTCAR
Timmy Hill's oil leak sets up two-driver battle with LaJoie for 2018 LASTCAR Cup title and
Jeff Green last early at ISM Raceway, but will return in 2019 and
Joe Nemechek secures LASTCAR Truck Series championship with early exit at ISM Raceway by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Phoenix Checkered and Black Flag and
Phoenix Rear-View Mirror and
Eight is Great for Kyle Busch and
Harvick Survives to Advance by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Almirola "oh so close" to advancing to Homestead by Nick DeGroot;
William Byron clinches NASCAR Cup Series rookie honors and
Kurt Busch: "I just didn't get the job done" at Phoenix by Tim Southers;
Truex heads to Homestead for "one last hurrah" with Furniture Row and
Kyle Busch beats Keselowski for Phoenix win in chaotic race and
After flat tire, Kevin Harvick just tried "to find a safe spot" by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Flat Tire Results in Early Exit for Joey Logano at ISM Raceway and
Clint Bowyer Eliminated, Criticizes Goodyear after Lap 133 Crash by Luis Torres

NBC Sports
Cinderella is a Disney movie, not a Cup championship contender and
Denny Hamlin remorseful about incident with Kurt Busch by Dustin Long;
Xfinity Championship 4 made up of favorites and a surprise and
Cole Whitt steps aways from racing after Phoenix Cup race and
William Byron claims Rookie of Year title after Phoenix top 10 and
Kyle Busch wins Cup playoff race at Phoenix by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Kyle Busch wins dramatic Phoenix race as four deserving drivers advance to Homestead by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Chase Elliott Attributes Involvement in Crash to Mistake on Pit Road by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Almirola "Oh So Close" to Championship 4 by Jason Schultz;
Observations: Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway by Ashley McCubbin

Racer
Byron earns Rookie of the Year honors and
'I was rooting for' Kurt Busch - Hamlin by Kelly Crandall

Speedway Media
Kyle Busch Victorious in the Can-Am 500, Championship 4 Set by Justin Schuoler;
Kyle Busch Victorious at ISM after wild race in the desert by Bryan Rivero


posted NOVEMBER 11, 2018

Arizona Republic
Roger Penske supports NASCAR's bid to buy into ISM Raceway's owner by ;
ISM Raceway's new start/finish line should shake up restarts and
Q&A: NASCAR's Joey Logano on 'hard racing, Kevin Harvick, Roger Penske by Michael Knight

Frontstretch
XFINITY Breakdown: Christopher Bell Comes from Back to Win Phoenix, Clinches Spot at Homestead by Dustin Albino;
Christopher Bell Earns 7th Victory of 2018; Championship 4 Set for Homestead and
Matt Tifft Just Falls Short of Racing in Championship 4 at Homestead by Christian Koelle;
Ryan Preece: 'We Need to Figure Something Out by Zach Catanzareti

Motor Racing Network
ISM Raceway Storylines and
Bell Wins His Way to Miami by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Christopher Bell wins at Phoenix, earns shot at Xfinity title by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Reddick's Road to Homestead a Success after Making Championship 4 and
Banner Day Turns Disastrous for Allgaier at ISM Raceway by Luis Torres

NBC Sports
Staff picks for today's Cup race at Phoenix;
Can someone keep the Big 3 from going to Miami to race for a title? by Dustin Long;
Christopher Bell wins at Phoenix to clinch spot in Xfinity title race by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Observations: Whelen Trusted to Perform 200 at ISM Raceway by Ashley McCubbin

The Racing Experts
Comments from the eliminated Xfinity Playoff drivers and
Jeffrey Earnhardt lands Xfinity ride at Joe Gibbs Racing and
Clint Bowyer on the outside looking in ahead of Sunday's elimination race in Phoenix by Matt Courson;
Bell ties Bowyer, others on all-time wins list by Dominic Aragon

Speedway Media
Bell Wins at ISM Raceway, Xfinity Championship 4 Field Set and
John Hunter Nemechek Earns First Career Pole in NASCAR Xfinity Series by Justin Schuoler




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