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View all NFL Sites. In his last nine Homestead starts, Harvick has eight top finishes and three top 5s. No regrets for Dale Earnhardt Jr. That day, Kligerman drove a Swan Racing car — he said on Twitter that the car was built in by Chip Ganassi Racing — to an 18th-place finish. NASCAR Cup handicapping info for fantasy NASCAR players and NASCAR bettors.

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Truex has finished 11th or better in his last six Homestead starts, and most recently has finishes of sixth and third. Take the prediction with a grain of salt, however.

C-List pick two, start one A. Allmendinger also made Homestead one of his best tracks, scoring four top finishes in four career starts. Parker Kligerman After 35 races and a desolate crop of team performance in the C-List, Kligerman swoops in for the final race to at least give you hope of points scored in the category one final time.

Kligerman is a good choice thanks to his handling of his first Cup start at Texas two weeks ago. That day, Kligerman drove a Swan Racing car — he said on Twitter that the car was built in by Chip Ganassi Racing — to an 18th-place finish. That run propelled him to his second start Sunday at Homestead where C-List players will be watching him closely. The final race of the season, which has been great all the way up to this point.

I for one have thoroughly enjoyed this season and am already looking forward to what will offer. However, there is one more big race left in this season and in two days we will crown a champion. There are four drivers who will drive for the championship and every one of them has a legitimate shot at the title.

Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick have all been here before and will look for championship number two. The worst part about the race this Sunday is knowing it will be the last time we will see Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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