AVONDALE, ARIZONA – NOVEMBER 10: Denny Hamlin, driver of the #11 FedEx Floor Toyota, celebrates with a burnout after profitable the Monster Power NASCAR Cup Collection Bluegreen Holidays 500 at ISM Raceway on November 10, 2019 in Avondale, Arizona. (Picture by Matt Sullivan/Getty Photographs)
NASCAR Cup Collection: Closing 2019 playoff image
With the Bluegreen Holidays 500 at ISM Raceway within the books, the 2019 NASCAR Cup Collection Championship four subject has been solidified.
The three-race spherical of eight of the 2019 NASCAR Cup Collection playoffs has been accomplished, halving the checklist of championship contenders from eight to 4.
These 4 drivers are slated to maneuver on to the fourth and closing spherical of the four-round, 10-race playoffs, the Championship four, the place the best ending of those 4 drivers can be topped 2019 champion.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin closed out the spherical of eight by profitable the 312-lap Bluegreen Holidays 500 across the four-turn, 1.022-mile (1.645-kilometer) ISM Raceway oval in Avondale, Arizona, as he took the checkered flag for the sixth time within the 2019 season.
How did the 4 Championship four drivers put themselves in place to advance to the Championship four all through the spherical of eight, which included races at Martinsville Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway and ISM Raceway?
Here’s a transient overview of the Championship four subject forward of the Ford EcoBoost 400. This race, which is the lone race of the Championship four, is scheduled to happen on Sunday, November 17.
Martin Truex Jr., #19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
Gained at MartinsvilleSixth place at TexasSixth place at ISMCommon end: four.33First place end in spherical of eight standings (first in playoff image)
Kevin Harvick, #four Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
Seventh place at MartinsvilleWon at TexasFifth place at ISMCommon end: four.33Fourth place end in spherical of eight standings (second in playoff image)
Denny Hamlin, #11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
Fourth place at Martinsville28th place at TexasWon at ISMCommon end: 11.00Fifth place end in spherical of eight standings (third in playoff image)
Kyle Busch, #18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
14th place at MartinsvilleSeventh place at TexasSecond place at ISMCommon end: 7.67Second place end in spherical of eight standings (fourth in playoff image)
Joey Logano, #22 Crew Penske Ford
Eighth place at MartinsvilleFourth place at TexasNinth place at ISMCommon end: 7.00Third place end in spherical of eight standings (fifth in playoff image)
Ryan Blaney, #12 Crew Penske Ford
Fifth place at MartinsvilleEighth place at TexasThird place at ISMCommon end: 5.33Sixth place end in spherical of eight standings (sixth in playoff image)
Kyle Larson, #42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet
Ninth place at Martinsville12th place at TexasFourth place at ISMCommon end: eight.33Seventh place end in spherical of eight standings (seventh in playoff image)
Chase Elliott, #9 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
36th place at Martinsville32nd place at Texas39th place at ISMCommon end: 35.67Eighth place end in spherical of eight standings (eighth in playoff image) Subsequent: High 10 NASCAR drivers of all-time
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The Ford EcoBoost 400 is scheduled to happen this Sunday, November 17, and it’s set to be broadcast stay from Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida starting at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Be certain to not miss the 2019 NASCAR Cup Collection Championship four.