Comments from Harvick, Gordon, 
Truex Jr. on championship race

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Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. pose for photos with the Sprint Cup trophy pre-race
at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

“You know, that's about it.  Just a little disappointed in the way we ran here.  This used to be a really good track for me, and the past two races it's just been a struggle.  Hopefully we can figure it out and be back in this position next year and try to figure out a way to battle for this thing.”


How have other NASCAR drivers
fared in their final starts?

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Jeff Gordon waves to the crowd Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway during driver introductions.


NASCAR drivers, personnel share
their favorite Jeff Gordon memories

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Jeff Gordon turns laps during a practice session at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

“I guess the first time I ever [saw] Jeff at Atlanta, I was out wondering around. Anyway, he comes in, having that little pencil mustache, and I said, ‘I have a 12-year-old grandkid that looks like that.’


Petty, Hornish Jr. comment on parting ways

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Sam Hornish Jr. addresses the media at Phoenix International Raceway in March 2015.

“I can accept that and move forward. I feel like, in a lot of ways, I’ve got a lot of positives going forward for next year, regardless of what I end up doing.”


No planned races for Buescher
with Front Row Motorsports in 2016

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Chris Buescher addresses the media at Homestead Miami Speedway.

“We don’t have anything planned for next year,” Buescher said to The Racing Experts. “I did get to run, I think it was six races what it ended up being, and I had a blast doing it. It was an awesome bunch of guys over there, had a lot of fun, and learned a lot as well.”


DiBenedetto ‘expects’ to be 
back with BK Racing in 2016

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Matt DiBenedetto in 2011. DiBenedetto has started 32 of 35 Sprint Cup races this season.

“I expect to, for sure,” he said to The Racing Experts, adding, “I do expect to be back, and I’m just thankful for the opportunity.”


Franchising in NASCAR:
Is it the right way to go?

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Joey Logano leads the field into Turn 1 at Phoenix International Raceway in March 2015.

Any new owners coming into this sport will need to have a ton of dollars to buy a franchise, and be successful in NASCAR. 



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