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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Toyota’s Strength Great Sign For Championship Hopes on Sunday

Homestead, Fla – Four drivers enter Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 (3 p.m. ET/NBC/MRN) with a chance to be crowned the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion. Among those four drivers are two Ford cars and two Toyota. With qualifying and three practice sessions in the books this weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, there’s nothing else left other than to settle to season championship. With the stats forming, it looks like it may be a battle between the Toyota drivers for the title. 

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Toyota Makes Statement In Domination On Sunday at Phoenix

Avondale, AZ – Heading into this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Phoenix Raceway, it was assumed that maybe Toyota’s advantage was lost. While Kyle Busch in a Toyota won at Martinsville two weeks ago and Martin Truex Jr. was into the Championship 4 on points alone, it looked like Kevin Harvick and maybe even Ford could have something for them. Instead, Toyota turned up the wick a little more on a non downforce track this weekend at the Phoenix Raceway. Kyle Larson in a Chevrolet did end…

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Can Toyota Drivers Capitalize On Advantage This Weekend?

It’s unanimous in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage, the Toyota drivers have a huge advantage on downforce tracks. Everyone knows that the Toyota cars will be the ones to beat in Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN). With that being said, can they capitalize on that? Martin Truex Jr. has five straight top 10 finishes at the Texas Motor Speedway. He’s won all three playoff races on the 1.5-mile tracks this season, including having six of his seven wins in 2017 come on intermediate tracks. The favorite…

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5 Storylines For Sunday’s First Data 500 (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN)

The start of the third round begins on Sunday in the First Data 500 (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN). While the main focus is on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Martinsville Speedway, the overall focus is on the Round of 8. Here are the five storylines to watch.

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Can Ford and Chevrolet Compete With Toyota At Kansas This Weekend

We already know that the Toyota drivers are going to be strong this weekend at the Kansas Speedway. It’s another 1.5-mile track and already the competition is saying that their Toyota counterparts are the ones to obviously beat. Rightfully so too. Toyota drivers have won the last four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races on intermediate tracks and six of the nine overall. Plus, they’ve also dominated the laps led category on them too. On these types of circuits, Toyota drivers have combined to lead 3,036 laps in 2017, compared…

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Maybe Keselowski Was Right, Toyota’s Strong Once Again at Dover

Dover, DE – I wrote a few weeks ago that maybe Brad Keselowski’s comments about Toyota have an advantage was right. Well, after qualifying for Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 (2 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN) at the Dover International Speedway, maybe he was right all along. Out of the top six qualifiers for this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, just one driver not in the Toyota brand will start in the first three rows. That driver is Kyle Larson. Consistently, Larson is the only driver battling the Toyota’s for wins. Well, after…

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