It all comes down to this! NASCAR’s 2016 Sprint Cup Championship will be determined on Nov. 20 at Homestead in Miami! Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and Kyle Bush are racing for the glory so click to watch every second of this epic race!
The 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season has dwindled down to one race between these four men. Kyle, 41, looks to go back-to-back, winning his second Sprint Cup. Standing in his way are two men hungry for their first championship – Carl, 37, and Joey, 26 – while Jimmie, 41, looks to go for championship number 7. The green flag is expected to drop near 2:30 PM ET so be ready to watch every thrilling lap!
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Going into this race, it’s really up in the air as who will win the championship. Kyle, who won the championship in 2015, has put up six top-five finishes and eight top-10 finishes in eight chase races. Homestead-Miami Speedway is Carl’s best track and he doesn’t have to win the race to win the championship – he just has to finish better than the three other drivers.
Joey has five top-five finishes at the track (with no wins.) As for Jimmie? One of NASCAR’s best drivers has already won four races this season and it’s not farfetched to think the man can easily win his seventh title. Winning the championship would also establish Jimmie as one of the best drivers of all time, as it would tie the championship mark held with two men synonymous with the sport: Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty, 79.
This night might be the greatest for one of those four drivers, it will be bittersweet for Tony Stewart. The 45-year-old, 3-time Sprint Cup champion is retiring after this race. “Normally legacy means you’re old; you’ve been around for a long time,” Tony said during a press conference ahead of the race, per NASCAR.com. “It’s just been fun. It’s been a fun 18 years.” Nearly two decades on the track and Smoke does leave behind a legacy that will not be forgotten. Thank you, Tony!
Who do you think is going to win this race (and the Sprint Cup) HollywoodLifers? Are you cheering on Carl, rooting for Joey, hoping Kyle pulls off another win or ready to watch Jimmie claim another title?