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Busch finished 10th Sunday in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
It was a valiant effort to win the championship this season, but Busch and the No. 41 team just came up short. However, the veteran driver hustled to his 22nd Top-10 finish of the season in Sunday's 400-mile season finale. That accomplishment set a new career-best mark for the 18-season veteran. Busch will now move onto his new team at Chip Ganassi Racing for 2019, and hope to bring some of this momentum with him to the new team.
Added 2:40 pm (EST)
Almirola put the finishing touches on a career-best season with his ninth-place finish in Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
Almirola spent much of the afternoon racing inside the Top 10 at Homestead, so this was a complete effort top-to-bottom. When the checkered flag waved after 400-miles of action the veteran driver would end up the season with his career-best 17th Top-10 finish. The result would also put Almirola a strong fifth-place in the final driver standings of 2018, which was another personal best for the 34-year-old driver.
Added 2:35 pm (EST)
Bowyer rebounded from some late-season struggles to post a strong eighth-place finish in Sunday's season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
Bowyer rallied from not only some poor recent performance, but from a bad qualifying effort this weekend at HMS. The driver of the No. 14 Ford started 26th on the grid would spend the first 160 laps racing his way into the Top 10. Once there, Bowyer held strong and peddled to his 16th Top-10 finish of the season. While the 2018 season didn't completely satisfy this veteran driver and team, Bowyer still posted his best season of racing since 2013. There is much to look forward to for the upcoming 2019 season.
Added 2:27 pm (EST)
Kenseth and the No. 6 Roush Fenway team saved their best run of the season for last, putting together a strong effort in the Wyndham Rewards Ford to cross the line sixth Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the season finale, roushfenway.com reports.
The driver experiment at the No. 6 Ford team finally began to pay dividends down the stretch. Kenseth guided the team to consecutive Top-10 finishes at both Phoenix and Homestead, delivering a strong sixth-place finish in Sunday's season finale. We've likely seen the last of Kenseth after what is probably his last start in NASCAR's top division. If so, he certainly ended his long and illustrious career on a great note.
Added 2:17 pm (EST)
Keselowski finished fifth in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday afternoon.
The Penske Racing star was a bit overshadowed by the championship contenders and the race for the Cup. However, Keselowski turned in yet another solid performance to cap a great season in 2018. The veteran driver crossed the finish line behind the championship contenders to earn fifth and his 12th Top-5 finish of the season. Keselowski concludes the campaign eighth overall in the championship driver standings.
Added Yesterday 7:41 pm (EST)
Busch finished fourth in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday afternoon.
Busch fought an uphill battle to win all afternoon long in the Ford EcoBoost 400. He led 21 laps in the final stage, but it was mostly pinned on a pit strategy gambit. The No. 18 Toyota would stay out during green-flag pit stops and earn a huge lead. Busch and his JGR team were counting on a caution while leading and they would get it. On lap 248 an accident would bring out the final caution of the day, and allow Busch to pit with the lead. However, he would lose that lead on the final restart and never regain it. Busch would roll to his 22nd Top-5 finish of the season and the checkered flag, and finish fourth overall in the driver point standings.
Added Yesterday 7:36 pm (EST)
Harvick finished third in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday afternoon.
Harvick would overcome starting 12th on the grid and quickly race into the lead by lap 43. From that point on he would be a force to contend with in this 400-mile race. Harvick would win stage 1, and lead 58 laps for the afternoon at HMS. The driver of the No. 4 Ford would restart after the final caution among the leader, but he just couldn't track down Joey Logano in those closing laps. It was Harvick's 23rd Top-5 finish of the season, and he winds up third in the final driver standings as a result.
Added Yesterday 7:30 pm (EST)
By virtue of winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday afternoon, Logano was declared the 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series champion.
Logano turned in a superb performance in upsetting the big three. The No. 22 Ford was fast and the Penske Racing star led 80 laps on the afternoon at Homestead. When it came down to the final caution and final green-flag run to the finish, he was up to the task. Logano would quickly catch leader Martin Truex Jr. after the restart and pass him with 12 laps to go. He would cruise to his third victory of the season, and his first-career Cup Series championship. The future is very bright for this 28-year-old driver.
Added Yesterday 7:17 pm (EST)