This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Last race in the Round of eight this weekend at Phoenix
Sunday afternoon November 12, 2016. This being the Last race of the third segment of the 2016 Chase shows two people already guaranteed spots in the finale at Homestead with other six of the eight still qualified to compete in the Chase for the Championship vying for the remaining two spots for the Sprint Cup Championship. Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards have secured their spots in the final race by winning a race each in this segment. There is only one race left and two spots left to be filled for the Championship race in Homestead next weekend. This will be an intense and exciting race and you can bet the emotions will be high, and like any other NASCAR Cup Chase race, there is a lot riding on this one as any of the 40 starting this one can win. This particular race is another special one because it is also Tony Stewart’s last race at at Phoenix.
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Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSAs has always been the case in the Chase so far, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane and two of them qualified for the final race for the Championship next weekend. Phoenix is a fast, relatively flat track full of great racing and just about anything can happen. As a general rule, this is a race where there is always the chance of hot tempers and high emotions that may rule the six still looking for one of the two available spots. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.