Prime Sports Network – Race Review Online Nov. 20 NASCAR Podcast, Wrapping Up The 2017 Season

PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune and Eric Smith of Race Review Online join Greg DePalma to wrap up what turned out to be a less-than-thrilling finish to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season, as Martin Truex Jr. won both the race and the season title. They also toss around ideas to bring excitement back to the finale. Listen to the Podcast Here

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Main Takeaways From Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400

Now that we’re in the morning after a thrilling season finale weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, lets wrap up the season with the final edition of my main takeaways. To me, it wasn’t just about Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season finale, it was just how great of a weekend it was for NASCAR in general. But, as far as the Ford EcoBoost 400 goes, here are my thoughts. 

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Keselowski Warns Ford Is Set For a “Drubbing” In 2018, He’s Likely Right Too

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is now over. Martin Truex Jr. was crowned the season champion on Sunday night at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. He and fellow Toyota driver Kyle Busch had an intense battle over the final 18 laps, as the duo came home 1-2 in the race as well as the final standings too. It was fitting, because both were the top two drivers all year long as well. But, one driver warns that his manufacturer is set to get walloped in 2018. 

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Homestead a Perfect Weekend To End a Perfect 2017 Season For NASCAR

Homestead, Fla- NASCAR couldn’t have asked for a better ending for their 2017 season. First off, there’s no debate about this anymore, the season finale absolutely has to remain with the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Period. There’s been debates the last few years about moving it to Las Vegas or another track, but the racing on the South Florida track is bar none the best venue to host championship weekend for all three NASCAR divisions. 

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Earnhardt Jr. Finishes In Final Cup Series Starts, Kenseth And Danica And Respectively

Homestead, Fla – Three drivers were likely making their final Monster Energy NASCAR cup Series start at the Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday. Two of the three may not ever make another Cup start, the other will make one more appearance next February at Daytona then call it quits herself. The biggest one was Dale Earnhardt Jr. The third generation driver was making his 631st and final Cup start in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400. Earnhardt, originally qualified his No. 88 Chevrolet 24th, but due to changing an engine during the opening practice…

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Kyle Larson Dominates Ford EcoBoost 400, Finishes 3rd

Homestead, Fla – Kyle Larson showed on Sunday that if he can ever make the Championship 4 at in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, then the Chip Ganassi Racing driver is nearly a shoo-in to win the season championship. That isn’t shocking though, as we’ve been saying that the last few years. 

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Brad Keselowski Just Didn’t Have The Speed, Finishes 7th at Homestead

Homestead, Fla – Brad Keselowski showed that it doesn’t mean that you have to have the most speed to win vie for a championship anymore. But, he did have to have the speed to win the championship on Sunday. Jimmie Johnson showed us that last year that without the right speed, you can still contend, in winning his record-tying seven Cup title. Keselowski, further staked that claim as he was no where near the best car/driver this season. That distinction went to Toyota and Martin Truex Jr. He and Kyle Busch combined…

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