NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race Information, Links and News

THE RACE: FORD EcoBoost 400

TRACK: Homestead-Miami Speedway

NASCAR Sprint Cup Race #36 of 36 for the 2013 season
Chase for the Sprint Cup race #10 of 10

Updated: often, leading up to the race

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Event Sched | Purse/Race Awards | TV / Re-airs | Radio
Practice/Qual Times | Rundown of Race/Results | Entry/Practice/Qualifying
Track/Race Info | Local Newspapers
Weather | Camping | Paint Schemes
Chassis | Goodyear Notes | Odds


Race: Sunday, November 17, 2013 in Homestead, FL

Title Sponsor: Ford

Scheduled Green Flag (approx): 3:16pm/et


Television Coverage/Re-air/TV Team

  • NASCAR Pre-Race: ESPN - 2:00pm/et

  • Television Race Coverage: ESPN, 3:00pm/et

  • In the Booth: Allen Bestwick, Dale Jarrett, Andy Petree
    Pit Reporters: Dave Burns, Jamie Little, Dr. Jerry Punch, Vince Welch
    NASCAR Countdown: Nicole Briscoe, Brad Daugherty, Rusty Wallace, Ray Evernham

  • FoxSports1's NASCAR Raceday Pre-Race Show: 12:00 pm/et with John Roberts, Larry McReynolds, Kyle Petty & Kenny Wallace

  • Scheduled Race Re-Air Dates/Times:
    Monday, November 18 at 1:00am/et on ESPN2

  • TV Listings, Links and Info:
    Jayski's TV Listings Page
    ESPN Network Schedules
    FoxSports1 (FS1) TV Schedule
    TV Racer
    Armed Forces Network - Search NASCAR


Radio Coverage

  • Motor Racing Network (MRN) and SiriusXM Satellite NASCAR Channel 90

  • motorracingnetwork.com

  • MRN Live Streaming

  • MRN and AudioNow partner up: In a first for motor sports fans around the country, Motor Racing Network and AudioNow have jointly announced a new way to access live race broadcasts simply by dialing a number from any mobile device. Across the United States, race fans can dial 1-832-999-1717 and listen to MRN race-day broadcasts, interviews and analysis, and weekly programming such as "NASCAR Live" and "NASCAR USA." Upcoming broadcast includes the Budweiser Duel and the season-opening Daytona 500 for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday, Feb. 24. The phone number incurs no extra charges and is the equivalent of making a mobile call. As data costs continue to rise on mobile devices and "unlimited voice plans" plummet, radio-by-voice stream is emerging as one of the most affordable pathways in the United States for listeners to use when they're away from their favorite station.(Motor Racing Network)(2-21-2013)
    UPDATE: AudioNow announced new weekly content from the Motor Racing Network  providing access to live race broadcasts all season long simply by dialing a number from any telephone. Across the United States, race fans can now dial 1-832-999-1717 and listen to MRN race-day broadcasts, and catch in-depth interviews and analysis from the programs they missed. It's the equivalent of making a standard phone call and incurs no extra charges for mobile users. As data costs continue to rise on mobile devices and "unlimited voice plans" plummet, radio-by-voice streaming is an emerging, affordable pathway for fans to use when they're not in range of their favorite radio station.(AudioNow)(5-1-2013)


EVENT SCHEDULE
(Sprint Cup Series)

Times are local to the Track

Thursday, November 14
6:00 PM NSCS HAULERS ENTER

Friday, November 15
8:30 AM NSCS GARAGE OPENS
12:30 PM NSCS ROOKIE & SPOTTER MEETINGS & DRAWING FOR QUALIFYING ORDER
1:30 - 3:00 PM NSCS PRACTICE
6:10 PM NSCS QUALIFYING
8:00 PM NCWTS RACE
8:30 PM NSCS GARAGE CLOSES

Saturday, November 16
10:30 AM NSCS GARAGE OPENS
12:00 - 12:55 PM NSCS PRACTICE
3:00 - 3:50 PM NSCS FINAL PRACTICE
4:30 PM NNS RACE
7:00 PM NSCS GARAGE CLOSES

Sunday, November 17
9:00 AM NSCS GARAGE OPENS
1:00 PM NSCS DRIVER/CREW CHIEF MEETING
2:20 PM NSCS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS
3:00 PM NSCS RACE

NSCS = Sprint Cup Series
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ALL TIMES ARE LISTED IN THIS SECTION ARE IN LOCAL TIME ZONE


PRACTICE & QUALIFYING
Dates / Times / TV coverage

(times in eastern time)
  • Practices:
    Friday, November 15, 1:30 - 3:00 pm/et, TV-ESPN2
    Saturday, November 16, 12:00 - 12:55 am/et, TV-FS2

  • Happy Hour 'Final' practice: Saturday, November 16, 3:00 - 3:50pm/et, TV-FS2

  • Qualifying: 2 laps for positions 1-36, Friday, November 15 at 6:10 pm/et, TV-ESPN2, no re-air scheduled.


PURSE/RACE AWARD

2013: $5,359,625
2012: $5,305,686
2011: $5,194,299
2010: $5,247,828
2009: $5,413,645
2008: $5,374,166
2007: $5,310,336
2006: $5,270,543
2005: $5,174,014
2004: $5,130,338
2003: $4,745,672
2002: $4,215,766
2001: $3,592,785
2000: $3,281,151


TRACK/RACE NEWS

  • Track Specifications:
    Track/Race Length: 1.5 mile oval, 267 laps, 400.5 miles
    Degree of Banking: Turns: Variable 18-19-20 degrees
    Straightaways: Length: 1,760 feet, Width: 50 feet, Banking: 4 degrees
    Pit Road Speed: 45mph
    Pace Car / Caution Speed: 55mph
    Grandstand Seating: 65,000
    Opened: 1995
    OLD LAYOUT 1995-2002
    Degree of Banking: Turns: 6 degrees
    Straightaways: Length: 1,760 feet, Width: 60 feet, Banking: 3 degrees

  • Race Festivities/Officials:
    Grand Marshal: Singer-songwriter Toby Keith
    Command to start engines: Toby Keith
    Honorary Starter/Wave Green Flag: Joe Hinrichs, executive vice president and president of the Americas, Ford Motor Company
    Honorary Race Chairman: Edsel B. Ford II, member board of directors, Ford Motor Company
    Honorary Race Chairman: Dennis C. Moss, Miami Dade County District Nine Commissioner
    Honorary Race Chairman: Jeff Porter, Mayor, City of Homestead
    Honorary Pace Car Driver: Ramon Rodriguez, actor in Need for Speed movie
    Honor Guard: US Coast Guard Base Miami Beach Color Guard
    Invocation: Pastor Scott Claunch, Calvary Chapel
    National Anthem: Actress & recording artist Zendaya
    God Bless America: Madison Rising
    America the Beautiful: Swon Brothers
    Pledge of Allegiance: Jim Anson, one of the first U.S. Special Forces Green Berets (1961)
    Flyover: CJ - 6A's from Affordable Warbirds

  • Track Websites:
    Homestead-Miami Speedway
    ISC Motorsports
    Homestead-Miami Speedway - Facebook
    Homestead-Miami Speedway - Twitter
    HMS en Espaņol - Twitter

  • November 2012: see the Homestead Race Info page

  • 2012 Race Winner: #24-Jeff Gordon, 142.246mph, started 19th
  • Race Record [new layout]: Jeff Gordon, Nov 2012, 142.245mph
  • Race Record [old layout]: Tony Stewart, Nov 1999, 140.335mph
  • Slowest Race Record: Greg Biffle, 2004, 105.623mph [new layout]
  • Oldest Race Winner: Bill Elliott, 46 years, 1 months, 3 days, 11/11/2001
  • Youngest Race Winner: Kurt Busch, 24 years, 3 months, 13 days, 11/17/2002
  • Worst Starting Spot to Win: Denny Hamlin, 2009, started 38th

  • 2012 Pole Sitter: #20-Joey Logano, 176.056mph, finished 14th
  • Track Qualifying Record [new layout]: Jamie McMurray, Nov 2003, 181.111mph
  • Track Qualifying Record [old layout]: Steve Park, Nov 2000, 156.440mph
  • Oldest Pole Winner: Bill Elliott, 46 years, 1 months, 3 days, 11/11/2001
  • Youngest Pole Winner: Joey Logano, 22 years, 5 months, 23 days, 11/16/2012

  • Top 13 Driver Rating at Homestead:
    #99-Carl Edwards...................... 119.0
    #56-Martin Truex Jr................... 110.8
    #20-Matt Kenseth...................... 106.0
    #29-Kevin Harvick..................... 100.1
    #24-Jeff Gordon.......................... 95.8
    #48-Jimmie Johnson................... 95.1
    #15-Clint Bowyer......................... 92.2
    #18-Kyle Busch........................... 91.5
    #16-Greg Biffle........................... 91.0
    #5-Kasey Kahne........................ 90.2
    Tony Stewart........................ 89.7
    #11-Denny Hamlin....................... 88.8
    #39-Ryan Newman...................... 85.7
    Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2012 races (eight total) among active drivers at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    Formula combining the following categories: Wins, Finishes, Top-15 Finishes, Average Running Position While on Lead Lap, Average Speed Under Green, Fastest Lap, Led Most Laps, Lead-Lap Finish. Maximum: 150 points per race.(NASCAR)

  • Homestead Facts and Notes - Friday:
    · David Green won the first Coors Light pole at Homestead in 1999 with a speed of 155.759 mph (34.669 sec.).
    · There have been 10 different Coors Light pole winners, led by Kurt Busch, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne with two each.
    · Jamie McMurray (November 2003) and David Reutimann (November 2008) won their first career Coors Light poles at HMS.
    · Two of the 14 (14.2%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at HMS have been won from the Coors Light pole: Bill Elliott (2001) and Kurt Busch (2002).
    · Five of the 14 (35.7%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at HMS have been won from the front row: two from the pole and three from second place.
    · Nine of the 14 (64.2%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at HMS have been won from a starting position inside the top 10.
    · Denny Hamlin won the 2009 race from the 38th-place starting position, the furthest back a race winner has started.(NASCAR)(11-15-2013)

  • Homestead Facts and Notes - Thursday:
    · There have been nine different NASCAR Sprint Cup race winners at HMS, three have won more than once, led by Greg Biffle and Tony Stewart with three each. Carl Edwards (two) is the only other driver with multiple wins at Homestead.
    · Of the three drivers with multiple wins at HMS, Tony Stewart is the only driver to win in two different manufacturers: Pontiac (1999, 2000) and Chevrolet (2011).
    · Two drivers have won consecutive races at HMS: Tony Stewart (1999, 2000 and 2012) and Greg Biffle (2004-2006).
    · Carl Edwards leads the series in average finish at HMS with a 6.0; only two other drivers have an average finish inside the top 10: Kevin Harvick (7.9) and Martin Truex Jr. (9.8).
    · Roush Fenway Racing leads the series in wins at HMS with seven, followed by Joe Gibbs Racing with four.
    · Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick lead the series in runner-up finishes at HMS with two each.
    · Jeff Gordon leads the series in top-five finishes at HMS with seven; followed by Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick with five each.
    · Eight of the nine NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers who have won at HMS participated in at least two or more races before visiting Victory Lane. Tony Stewart (1999) is the only driver to win at the track in his first appearance.
    · Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at HMS is the (4/10/2010) race won by Greg Biffle with a MOV of 0.017 seconds.
    · Danica Patrick will have the opportunity to become the first female driver to compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at HMS this weekend.(NASCAR)(11-14-2013)

  • Chase For The NASCAR Sprint Cup: Homestead-Miami Speedway:
    · Homestead-Miami Speedway has been a part of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup since the playoffs inception in 2004. This season the track will host its 10th Chase event.
    · The winner of the Homestead-Miami Speedway Chase race has gone on to win the championship during the Chase era once: Tony Stewart (2011).
    · Greg Biffle leads the series in Chase race wins at HMS with three (2004-2006); followed by Carl Edwards with two (2008, 2010).
    · The worst finish in a Chase race by the eventual series champion at HMS is 15th (three times), Tony Stewart in 2005, Jimmie Johnson in 2008 and Brad Keselowski in 2012.
    · Chase Contenders have won seven of the nine previous Chase races at HMS. The only non-Chase contender to win a Homestead-Miami Speedway Chase race was Greg Biffle (2004 and 2006).
    · Four of the 2013 Chase Contenders are former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase race winners at HMS: Greg Biffle (three), Carl Edwards (two), Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon (one each).
    · The average Chase race finish by the eventual series champion at HMS is 8.2. In four of the nine previous Chase races at HMS the eventual series champion has finished in the top five.
    · Roush Fenway Racing leads the series in Chase race wins at Homestead-Miami Speedway with six, including five consecutive: Greg Biffle (2004-2006), Matt Kenseth (2007) and Carl Edwards (2008).
    · Ford leads the series in Chase wins at HMS with six; followed by Chevrolet with two.
    · The most dominant performance by a Chase race winner at HMS is Carl Edwards victory in 2010. He posted a Perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 and led 190 of the 267 laps (71.1% of his laps completed) - most by a Chase race winner at the track.
    · Jimmie Johnson has competed 122 times on 1.5/1.54-mile tracks in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and has finished worse than 23rd a total of 21 times in his career (17.2%). Of those 21 finishes worse than 23rd-place on 1.5/1.54-mile tracks, four have come at Homestead-Miami Speedway, including each of the last two. Johnson finished 32nd in 2011 and 36th in 2012 at HMS.(NASCAR)(11-16-2013)

  • Homestead-Miami Top Three Driver Stats:
    1 - #48-Jimmie Johnson
    · Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 110.3
    2013 Rundown
    · Six wins, 16 top fives, 23 top 10s; three poles
    · Average finish of 10.7
    · Led 23 races for 1,985 laps
    Homestead-Miami Speedway Outlook:
    · Four top fives, seven top 10s; two poles
    · Average finish of 15.3 in 12 races
    · Average Running Position of 13.8, ninth-best
    · Driver Rating of 95.1, sixth-best
    · 62 Fastest Laps Run, 13th-most
    · 1,533 Laps in the Top 15 (71.7%), fifth-most
    · 339 Quality Passes (passes of cars in the top 15 under green), fifth-most
    2 - #20-Matt Kenseth
    · Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 110.0
    2013 Rundown
    · Seven wins, 11 top fives, 19 top 10s; two poles
    · Average finish of 12.4
    · Led 25 races for 1,639 laps
    Homestead-Miami Speedway Outlook:
    · One win, three top fives, five top 10s
    · Average finish of 17.6 in 13 races
    · Average Running Position of 9.3, third-best
    · Driver Rating of 106.0, third-best
    · 84 Fastest Laps Run, ninth-most
    · Average Green Flag Speed of 162.167 mph, third-fastest
    · 1,717 Laps in the Top 15 (80.3%), second-most
    · 328 Quality Passes, ninth-most
    3 - #29-Kevin Harvick
    · Season-to-Date Driver Rating: 95.0
    2013 Rundown
    · Four wins, nine top fives, 20 top 10s; one pole
    · Average finish of 11.2
    · Led 11 races for 261 laps
    Homestead-Miami Speedway Outlook:
    · Five top fives, 10 top 10s
    · Average finish of 7.9 in 12 races
    · Average Running Position of 10.6, fourth-best
    · Driver Rating of 100.1, fourth-best
    · 68 Fastest Laps Run, 11th-most
    · 561 Green Flag Passes, 13th-most
    · Average Green Flag Speed of 162.022 mph, fourth-fastest
    · 1,607 Laps in the Top 15 (75.2%), third-most
    · 339 Quality Passes, fifth-most
    (NASCAR)(11-13-2013)

  • Homestead Facts and Notes - Tuesday:
    · Groundbreaking for Homestead-Miami Dade Motorsports Complex  as the track was originally named  began Aug. 24, 1993.
    · The first race held at Homestead-Miami Speedway was a NASCAR Nationwide Series event on Nov. 5, 1995  won by NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett.
    · The original configuration was a four-turn, rectangular oval based on Indianapolis Motor Speedway's layout.
    · The first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at HMS was held on Nov. 14, 1999  won by Tony Stewart.
    · 2002 was the first season of the Championship Weekend at HMS, with all three of NASCARs national series holding their season finale at the same track.
    · There have been 14 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Homestead-Miami Speedway, one per season since 1999.
    · 110 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup race at HMS; 87 in more than one.
    · Four drivers have started all 14 NASCAR Sprint Cup races at HMS: Jeff Burton, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Bobby Labonte.
    (NASCAR)(11-12-2013)

  • For news, stats, records and more about this race track, see: Jayski's Homestead Miami Speedway Track News/Rumors/Links page


RACE RUNDOWN....news and links

  • NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship Clinch Scenarios Set For Homestead: #48-Jimmie Johnson leads #20-Matt Kenseth by 28 points in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings, going into Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Regardless of any other drivers finish, Johnson will clinch his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup championship with a finish of 23rd or better at HMS; or 24th or better and at least one lap led; or 25th or better and the most laps led in Sundays Ford EcoBoost 400. #29-Kevin Harvick, 34 points behind Johnson, remains the only other driver eligible for the 2013 championship.(NASCAR)(11-10-2013)


    Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet,
    celebrates after winning the series championship after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
    Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 17, 2013 in Homestead, FL.
    (Image from Getty Images via NASCAR)


  • Jimmie Johnson Wins 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship: #48-Jimmie Johnson took another step closer to stock car racing history on Sunday, claiming his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Johnson, who entered the race with a 28-point lead over 2003 series champion #20-Matt Kenseth, finished ninth in the Ford EcoBoost 400, putting his final margin over Kenseth at 19 points.
    The championship is a record-extending 11th in the series for Hendrick Motorsports. Rick Hendricks organization also won four titles with Jeff Gordon, co-owner of Johnsons #48 Chevrolet, and one with Terry Labonte. Johnsons crew chief, Chad Knaus, has led the team to all six titles.


    Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet,
    celebrates in Champions Victory Lane after winning the series championship
    following the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at
    Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 17, 2013 in Homestead, Florida.
    (Image from Getty Images via NASCAR)

    The 38-year-old Johnson is one of three competitors to win six or more NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships. He trails only seven-time champions and NASCAR Hall of Fame members Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.
    Johnsons five previous championships  all consecutive  came from 2006-2010. He has finished first or second in eight of the 12 seasons in which hes been a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitor. His 66 victories rank second among active drivers, behind only Hendrick Motorsports teammate Gordons 88 wins.
    Johnsons six championships have come in three distinctly different NASCAR Sprint Cup cars  including the Gen-6 Chevrolet SS that debuted this season.
    After winning his second Daytona 500 to open the season, Johnson led the series standings after all but three races during the NASCAR Sprint Cup regular season. He entered the 10-race Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup as the No. 2 seed  behind Kenseth  with four victories. A dominant victory on Nov. 3 at Texas Motor Speedway gave Johnson the Chase lead for good. In addition, Chevrolet won its 37th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series manufacturers championship.(NASCAR)(11-17-2013)

  • Hamlin wins at Homestead: #11-Denny Hamlin won the FORD EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speed for his 1st win of 2013, his 2nd win at Homestead and 23rd career win. The win allowed Hamlin to extend his season winning streak to at least one win in eight straight seasons.
    Points leader #48-Jimmie Johnson finished 9th and won his 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship by 19 points over #20-Kenseth. Polesitter #20-Kenseth finished 2nd and led the most laps with 144 of 267 laps run.
    #20-Kenseth finished 2nd followed by #88-Earnhardt Jr. #56-Truex Jr., #15-Bowyer, #2-Keselowski, #18-Busch, #22-Logano, #48-Johnson and #29-Harvick.
    There were 22 lead changes among 8 drivers and 8 cautions for 37 yellow flag laps.
    The average speed was 130.693mph. NASCAR no longer announces the track attendance.
    See OFFICIAL race results & points standings on the Official Homestead Race & Points Report (pdf)(11-17-2013)

  • FINAL 2013 Sprint Cup Driver Chase Championship Points Standings:
    [after Homestead, race 36 of 36]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson [6 wins], 2419
    2) #20-Matt Kenseth [7 wins], 2400, -19
    3) #29-Kevin Harvick [4 wins], 2385, -34
    4) #18-Kyle Busch [4 wins], 2364, -55
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr., 2363, -56
    6) #24-Jeff Gordon [1 win], 2337, -82
    7) #15-Clint Bowyer, 2336, -83
    8) #22-Joey Logano [1 win], 2323, -96
    9) #16-Greg Biffle [1 win], 2321, -98
    10) #78-Kurt Busch, 2309, -110
    11) #39-Ryan Newman [1 win], 2286, -133
    12) #5-Kasey Kahne [2 wins], 2283, -136
    13) #99-Carl Edwards [2 wins], 2282, -137
    See OFFICIAL race results & points standings on the Official Homestead Race & Points Report (pdf)

  • UNOFFICIAL 2013 Sprint Cup Driver Championship Points Standings without Chase:
    [after Homestead, race 36 of 36]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson(X) [6 wins], 1248
    2) #29-Kevin Harvick(X) [4 wins], 1207, -41
    3) #20-Matt Kenseth(X) [7 wins], 1192, -56
    4) #18-Kyle Busch(X) [4 wins], 1163, -85
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr.(X), 1144, -104
    6) #99-Carl Edwards(X) [2 wins], 1118, -130
    7) #15-Clint Bowyer(X), 1115, -133
    8) #24-Jeff Gordon(X) [1 win], 1087, -161
    9) #16-Greg Biffle(X) [1 win], 1077, -171
    10) #22-Joey Logano(X) [1 win], 1071, -177
    11) #78-Kurt Busch(X), 1071, -177
    12) #2-Brad Keselowski [1 win], 1041, -207
    13) #39-Ryan Newman(X)[1 win], 1027, -221
    14) #5-Kasey Kahne(X) [2 wins], 1022, -226
    15) #1-Jamie McMurray [1 win], 1007, -241
    (X) = a Chase driver.
    (11-17-2013)

  • Race Fast Facts - Homestead:
    #11-Denny Hamlin won the 15th Annual Ford EcoBoost 400, his 23rd victory in 291 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
    This is his first victory and eighth top-10 finish in 2013.
    This is his second victory and fifth top-10 finish in nine races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    #20-Matt Kenseth (second) posted his sixth top-10 finish in 14 races at Homestead-Miami Speedway. It is his 20th top-10 finish in 2013.
    #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. (third) posted his second top-10 finish in 14 races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    #10-Danica Patrick (20th) was the highest finishing rookie.
    #48-Jimmie Johnson leads the point standings by 19 points over #20-Matt Kenseth.(NASCAR Integrated Sports Marketing)(11-17-2013)

  • Where did the 2013 Sprint Cup Chase Drivers finish at Homestead:
    [listed by driver points position before the race (start pos)]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson, 9th (7th)
    2) #20-Matt Kenseth, 2nd (POLE)
    3) #29-Kevin Harvick, 10th (6th)
    4) #18-Kyle Busch, 7th (11th)
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr., 3rd (21st)
    6) #24-Jeff Gordon, 11th (26th)
    7) #16-Greg Biffle, 24th (16th)
    8) #15-Clint Bowyer, 5th (25th)
    9) #22-Joey Logano, 8th (3rd)
    10) #78-Kurt Busch, 21st (2nd)
    11) #39-Ryan Newman, 17th (15th)
    12) #5-Kasey Kahne, 13th (13th)
    13) #99-Carl Edwards, 12rg (18th)
    (11-17-2013)

  • Lucky Dogs - Who got a lap back on each caution at Homestead: (and their finish)
    Caution 1: no driver a lap down
    Caution 2: none, driver who caused the caution was the only car a lap down
    Caution 3: #30-Kligermnan, 25th
    Caution 4: #10-Patrick, 20th
    Caution 5: #10-Patrick(2), 20th
    Caution 6: #5-Kahne, 13th
    Caution 7: #31-Burton, 23rd
    Caution 8: #9-Ambrose, 26th
    (11-17-2013)

  • Race Coverage of the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway is scheduled for Sunday, November 17, 2013.
    Television (TV): ESPN at 3:00 pm/et; Pre-Race show at 1:00 pm/et; green flag approx. 3:16pm/et
    Radio: Motor Racing Network (MRN) and Sirius XM Satellite NASCAR Radio 90
    Scheduled Race Re-Airs: ESPN2, Monday, November 18 at 1:00am/et

  • Pit Stall Selections: The selections of pit stalls for the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway have been made.
    Pole sitter #20-Kenseth chose pit stall 1 [as do most pole sitters].
    Outside pole sitter #78-Busch took pit stall 4th, the first pit stall in front of it.
    #22-Logano, who starts 3rd took the 3rd pit stall, the 1st stall with an opening behind it.
    The 43rd and final pit stall was taken by #27-Menard, who starts 12th.
    Points leader #48-Johnson took pit stall 34, the 5th stall with an opening in front of it.
    The other Chase contender, #29-Harvick, who starts 6th, took pitstall 6.
    To see where the drivers/teams pit stall is, see the pit selection chart on the Pit Stall Selection chart.(11-16-2013)

  • Links to results, practices, qualifying PDF's: (will be added as available)
    Official Race & Points Report
    Race Results
    Drivers Points
    Owners Points
    Penalty Report
    Happy Hour Practice Speeds
    Practice 2 Speeds
    Pitstalls
    Starting Lineup
    Qualifying Results
    Practice 1 Speeds
    Qualifying Order
    Entry List

  • NASCAR Green-White-Checkered Race Procedure: NASCAR allows a maximum of three restart attempts prior to the White Flag under NASCAR's Green-White-Checkered flag finish. If the leader has taken the White Flag and the caution flag is displayed, the field is frozen and the race will not be restarted. Previously, there was only one restart attempt. The procedure applies to all three national series. See rule and notes on the Green-White-Checker rule page.

  • Wave-around rule: The wave-around rule dictates that cars under penalty at the time of the caution are ineligible for the wave around.

  • See Jayski's - 2013 Sprint Cup Race Results Page for pole winner, race winner with speed and starting/finishing position, links to race results, drivers & owners points, pit stall selections, qualifying results/starting lineup and practice speeds as well as link to race track and race information page for each race


QUALIFYING INFO, PRACTICE SPEED and ENTRIES
info, news, speeds and links

  • Happy Hour practice for the FORD EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series Season Finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway is over, after 50 scheduled minutes, the top five, chase contenders, slowest and notes:
    #20-Kenseth 171.980
    #48-Johnson 171.647
    #2-Keselowski 171.559
    #56-Truex Jr. 171.342
    #29-Harvick 170.864
    slowest: #35-Wise 163.503 & #98-McDowell 163.731
    no speed: #40-Raines, #87-Nemechek
    #48-Johnson had the Best 10 Consecutive Lap Average at 167.905mph.
    See fastest speeds, laps run. 10 consecutive lap average and more on the Homestead Happy Hour Practice Speeds page (pdf).(11-16-2013)

  • First Saturday practice for the FORD EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series Season Finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway is over, after 55 scheduled minutes, the top five, chase contenders, slowest and notes:
    #20-Kenseth 173.700
    #22-Logano 173.527
    #16-Biffle 173.466
    #78-Busch 173.132
    #29-Harvick 172.480
    Champ Contenders
    #48-Johnson 15th fastest
    #20-Kenseth 1st
    #29-Harvick 5th
    slowest: #40-Raines 159.773 & #32-Schrader 162.045
    no speed: #35-Wise & #98-McDowell
    See fastest speeds, laps run and more on the Homestead Practice 2 Speeds page (pdf).(11-16-2013)

  • Kenseth wins Homestead pole: #20-Matt Kenseth won the pole for the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway with speed of 177.667mph for his 3rd pole of 2013, 1st at Homestead and 11th of his career. Kenseth has won two races from the pole out of 10 previous poles.
    #78-Busch is on the outside pole, followed by #22-Logano, #2-Keselowsi, #11-Hamlin, #29-Harvick, #48-Johnson, #56-Truex Jr., #17-Stenhouse Jr. and #55-Sadler.
    Since only 43 cars were entered, no driver missed the race.
    See the starting lineup, pole progression, qualifying results, qualifying order and pdf links on the Homestead Lineup/Qualifying Page.(11-15-2013)

  • Qualifying Fast Facts - Homestead:
    #20-Matt Kenseth won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 15th Annual Ford EcoBoost 400 with a lap of 30.394 seconds, 177.667 mph.
    This is his 11th pole in 508 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
    This is his third pole and 24th top-10 start in 2013.
    This is his first pole in 14 races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    #78-Kurt Busch (second) posted his 17th top-10 start of 2013 and his seventh in 13 races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    #22-Joey Logano (third) posted his second top-10 start at Homestead-Miami Speedway. It is his 19th in 36 races this season.
    #17-Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (ninth) was the fastest qualifying rookie.(NASCAR Statistics)(11-15-2013)

  • Starting positions for the 2013 Sprint Cup Chase Drivers at Homestead:
    [listed by current driver points position]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson, 7th
    2) #20-Matt Kenseth, POLE
    3) #29-Kevin Harvick, 6th
    4) #18-Kyle Busch, 11th
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr., 21st
    6) #24-Jeff Gordon, 26th
    7) #16-Greg Biffle, 16th
    8) #15-Clint Bowyer, 25th
    9) #22-Joey Logano, 3rd
    10) #78-Kurt Busch, 2nd
    11) #39-Ryan Newman, 15th
    12) #5-Kasey Kahne, 13th
    13) #99-Carl Edwards, 18th
    (11-15-2013)

  • Coverage of Qualifying for the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway is scheduled for Friday, November 15, 2013 at 6:10pm/et.
    Television (TV): ESPN2, 6:00pm/et
    Radio: Live online at Motor Racing Network (MRN)
    Scheduled Qualifying Re-Air: none

  • Qualifying Order for the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway is posted. 43 cars/drivers are listed.
    The first of the drivers scheduled to go out is #56-Truex Jr.
    The final driver scheduled to go out is #2-Keselowski.
    Fastest in Friday practice, #56-Truex Jr., is scheduled to qualify 1st.
    The three Chase contenders are scheduled to go out:
    #48-Johnson 35th
    #20-Kenseth 16th
    #29-Harvick 31st
    Qualifying order is set by a random draw, held about an hour before the first practice.
    See the full qualifying order on the Homestead Qualifying Page.(11-15-2013)

  • Friday practice for the FORD EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series Season Finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway is over, after 85 scheduled minutes, the top five, chase contenders, slowest and notes:
    #56-Truex Jr. 176.661
    #5-Kahne 176.494
    #27-Menard 175.787
    #15-Bowyer 175.598
    #17-Stenhouse Jr. 175.575
    #48-Johnson was 11th fastest
    #20-Kenseth was 19th
    #29-Harvick was 16th
    slowest: #40-Raines 166.554 & #87-Nemechek 167.916
    note: with rain in the area all afternoon, if qualifying was to be canceled, this practice would set the starting lineup.
    See fastest speeds, laps run and more on the Homestead Practice 1 Speeds page (pdf).(11-15-2013)

  • Entry List for the Ford EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway is posted, 43 teams/drivers [for 43 spots] are listed, including: #51-Kyle Larson, #32-Ken Schrader (supposedly his final Cup race), #30-Kligerman, #47-Allmendinger, #21-Bayne, #33-Raines, #40-Cassill. Since only 43 cars are entered, all drivers will make the race.
    See the full entry list at my Jayski's Homestead Entry List

  • For the qualifying rules and format, see my Qualifying Rules page

  • How to Calculate Track Speeds: use the formula Speed = Distance divided by Time. Distance is Track Length, and Lap Time into Hours. Once hour is 3600 seconds, so the calculation for a 48 second lap at Daytona(2.5 miles) would be: Speed = 2.5 x (3600/48), = 2.5 x 75 = 187.500mph. For a 19 second lap at Bristol(.533 miles): Speed = .533 x (3600/19), = .533 x 189.474 = a speed of 100.990mph

  • 2013 Sprint Cup Driver Chase Championship Points Standings:
    [after Phoenix, race 35 of 36]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson [6 wins], 2384
    2) #20-Matt Kenseth [7 wins], 2356, -28
    3) #29-Kevin Harvick [4 wins], 2350, -34
    4) #18-Kyle Busch [4 wins], 2327, -57
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr., 2321, -63
    6) #24-Jeff Gordon [1 win], 2304, -80
    7) #16-Greg Biffle [1 win], 2301, -83
    8) #15-Clint Bowyer, 2297, -87
    9) #22-Joey Logano [1 win], 2287, -97
    10) #78-Kurt Busch, 2285, -99
    11) #39-Ryan Newman [1 win], 2259, -125
    12) #5-Kasey Kahne [2 wins], 2252, -132
    13) #99-Carl Edwards [2 wins], 2250, -134
    See OFFICIAL race results & points standings on the Official Phoenix Race & Points Report (pdf)

  • UNOFFICIAL 2013 Sprint Cup Driver Championship Points Standings without Chase:
    [after Phoenix, race 35 of 36]
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson(X) [6 wins], 1213
    2) #29-Kevin Harvick(X) [4 wins], 1172, -41
    3) #20-Matt Kenseth(X) [7 wins], 1148, -65
    4) #18-Kyle Busch(X) [4 wins], 1126, -87
    5) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr.(X), 1102, -111
    6) #99-Carl Edwards(X) [2 wins], 1086, -127
    7) #15-Clint Bowyer(X), 1076, -137
    8) #16-Greg Biffle(X) [1 win], 1057, -156
    9) #24-Jeff Gordon(X) [1 win], 1054, -159
    10) #78-Kurt Busch(X), 1047, -166
    11) #22-Joey Logano(X) [1 win], 1035, -178
    12) #2-Brad Keselowski [1 win], 1002, -211
    13) #39-Ryan Newman(X)[1 win], 1000, -213
    14) #1-Jamie McMurray [1 win], 993, -220
    15) #5-Kasey Kahne(X) [2 wins], 991, -222
    (X) = a Chase driver.
    (11-10-2013)


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Some Chassis Selections and Notes by Teams for this race

  • Chassis selections for this weeks race: see the list of many teams [that report or post them] and what chassis were selected by the team to run in the FORD EcoBoost 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway:

    #1-Jamie McMurray: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #2-Brad Keselowski: Primary Chassis for Homestead is PRS-866, which last raced at Dover finishing 37th. The backup chassis is PRS-854 which was a backup at several races but not raced.
    #5-Kasey Kahne: Crew chief Kenny Francis has selected Hendrick Motorsports Chassis No. 5-820 for Sundays race at Homestead. Kahne drove this chassis at Kansas Speedway in October and finished 15th. In nine Sprint Cup Series starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Kahne has earned two pole positions, one top-five finish, four top-10s and led a total of 107 laps at the 1.5-mile track. He also has completed 2,326 of 2,408 laps there (96.6 percent). Kahne is the only driver with nine starts or more at Homestead to have an average starting position inside the top-10 (7.8).
    #7-Dave Blaney chassis not reported on race preview.
    #9-Marcos Ambrose: The #9 DeWalt team will bring chassis No. 840 to the season finale this weekend. The team ran this chassis at four races this season. Ambrose brought home the chassis best finish of ninth at Kansas in October. Ambrose has five Cup starts at the South Florida track with a best finish of 13th which he tallied last season. He also has two Nationwide starts at the track and brought home a 10th-place finish in 2007.
    #10-Danica Patrick: will pilot Chassis No. 10-828 which is a new car that has not been used previously.
    #11-Denny Hamlin: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #13-Casey Mears: not reported.
    #14-Mark Martin: Chassis No. 14-827: This car debuted two weeks ago at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth with driver Mark Martin. The AAA Texas 500 was the first time this car turned wheels on the racetrack, although it had been tested in the wind tunnel numerous times. Chassis No. 14-827 qualified 33rd and rallied to a solid 11th-place finish. It was quickly turned around for its second career start this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
    #15-Clint Bowyer: Primary chassis No. 738 finished 27th at Las Vegas, 11th at Darlington and third at Kentucky. Backup chassis No. 733 raced at Phoenix in March and raced at Pocono.
    #16-Greg Biffle: and the Matt Puccia led #16 3M Fan Appreciation Ford Fusion team will bring primary chassis RK-862, which first hit the track at the second Pocono race and more recently has raced at Chicago and then at Charlott in October, finishing 16th. The backup chassis is RK-859 which last ran at Indy and finished 24th. Biffle won at Homestead three years in row, starting in 2004. In addition to his three wins, Biffle has four top-five and five top-10 finishes at the 1.5-mile track.
    #17-Ricky Stenhouse Jr.: and the #17 Ford EcoBoost team will be using primary chassis RK-820 which last ran at Kansas and finished 30th. The backup chassis RK- 811 which raced numerous times in 2012 as the #99.
    #18-Kyle Busch: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #20-Matt Kenseth: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #21-Trevor Bayne: For the Ford EcoBoost 400, Donnie Wingo and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane crew have prepared Chassis No. 818, which was last raced at Michigan International Speedway and was used in a recent test session at Homestead-Miami Speedway. We have a good feeling about this car, Wood said. It raced well at Michigan, and we learned some things in the test that should help at Homestead.
    #22-Joey Logano: Primary Chassis is PRS-865 for Homestead, which last ran at Dover and finished 3rd. The Backup Chassis is PRS-842 which last raced at Bristol finishing 5th.
    #24-Jeff Gordon: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #27-Paul Menard will pilot chassis No. 428 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. This #27 Menards / Moen Chevy was raced previously this season at Indianapolis, Michigan, Chicago and Charlotte. Menard has seven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway. His best start of 16th came in 2010 and best finish of 11th came in last year's season-ending event. The Wisconsin native has completed 1,864 of 1,870 laps attempted (99.7 percent) at the Florida track.
    #29-Kevin Harvick: will pilot chassis No. 438 from the RCR stable at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend. This is a new car that will make its first laps on track this weekend. In 12 starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Harvick has earned five top fives and 10 top 10s. He has completed 100 percent of the laps run in NSCS competition (3,208 of 3,209) and has an average start of 14.7 and average finish of 7.9. Sundays race at Homestead-Miami Speedway will mark the end of a chapter in Harvicks racing career  his final race for Richard Childress Racing. In his 13 years in the NSCS, Harvick has earned 23 wins, 100 top fives and 208 top 10s. In addition, hes also earned two NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) titles and 35 NNS wins for the team during his career.
    #31-Jeff Burton will race chassis No. 426 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable this weekend at Homestead. This #31 Caterpillar Chevy was utilized earlier this season at Michigan in June, Indianapolis in July, Chicago in September and Charlotte in October. Sunday's event marks Burton's 15th start at the 1.5-mile oval and 691st-career Sprint Cup Series entry. He has amassed four top-five and six top-10 finishes and led 29 laps at the Homestead, Fla.-based race track.
    #34-David Regan chassis not reported on race preview.
    #35-Josh Wise chassis not reported on race preview.
    #36-J.J. Yeley chassis not reported on race preview.
    #38-David Gilliland chassis not reported on race preview.
    #39-Ryan Newman will pilot Chassis No. 39-733 at Homestaed, a workhorse of the No. 39 fleet, chassis No. 39-733 debuted at Indianapolis in July 2012, when Newman recorded a seventh-place finish. The crew turned the car around in just a couple of days and took it to Pocono, where it finished sixth. Two weeks later, the chassis was back on track at Michigan, where it finished eighth. The chassis earned its first top-five finish at Chicago. The chassis next raced three weeks later at Dover. The chassis made its last start of 2012 at Kansas in October, when Newman was involved in an incident that forced him to retire from the event prematurely. Chassis No. 39-733 was outfitted with a new front clip and a Chevrolet SS body over the offseason and saw its first laps of 2013 at Kansas in April, when Newman finished 14th. He then raced this Chevrolet SS to a 10th-place finish at Darlington in May. Newman again raced Chassis 39-733 at Pocono in June, when he recorded a fifth-place finish. He was in contention to score another top-10 with Chassis 39-733 at Kentucky in June, but a late-race restart saw him shuffled to 14th when the checkered flag waved. Then, Newman qualified the car on the pole and led 45 laps en-route to earning his first win of the 2013 season in Julys Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis. A week later, Newman overcame a series of slow stops on pit road at Pocono to record a fourth-place finish. The #39 team then utilized Chassis 39-733 at Michigan in August, when Newman fought through an ill-handling condition to finish 13th. Most recently, Chassis 39-733 was raced at Chicago, where Newman was able to kick off the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup with a 10th-place finish.
    #42-Juan Pablo Montoya: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #43-Aric Almirola:: The #43 Smithfield team will bring chassis No. 864 to the season finale. The #43 team raced this chassis at Chicago in September and Charlotte in October with a best finish of 13th at Chicago. Almirola has three starts at the mile-and-a-half track in the Sprint Cup Series. He scored his best finish when filling in for Kasey Kahne at Richard Petty Motorsports in 2010 when he crossed the finish line in fourth. Last season, he started fifth but ran out of gas on the last lap and finished seventh. He also has six total starts in the Nationwide and truck series where he scored one top-five and two top-10s.
    #47-A.J. Allmendinger Crew chief Brian Burns will bring Chassis 708 to Homestead: "The car we will have at Homestead is 708," crew chief Brian Burns said. "AJ raced it at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Kansas Speedway. It is only the third race so it is still a fairly new car. He is familiar with it and we should unload well. We have made some gains on intermediate tracks and should have a pretty good baseline package after learning some things at Texas Motor Speedway."
    #48-Jimmie Johnson: will drive chassis No. 797 at Homestead, which last ran and won at Texas in November. And also won at Dover in Sept. Chassis No. 824 serves as the backup.
    #55-Elliott Sadler: Primary 792 which has not raced but tested at Homestead on Oct 29-30. In 12 races at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Sadler owns a top-10 finish and has led 18 laps. In 433 Sprint Cup starts hes won three races, eight poles and led 1,244 laps. In 229 Nationwide starts hes won nine races, 15 poles and led 1,422 laps. Sunday marks his fourth race in the No. 55 this season.
    #56-Martin Truex Jr.: chassis not reported on race preview.
    #78-Kurt Busch chassis not reported on race preview.
    #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr.: crew chief Steve Letarte and the #88 team will unload Hendrick Motorsports Chassis No. 88-822. Earnhardt first raced this chassis to an eighth-place finish at the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway in October. Earnhardt tested this chassis at Homestead in October. In 13 Sprint Cup starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Earnhardt has led 93 laps and recorded one top-10 finish and four top-15 results. He scored his best finish -- 10th -- at Homestead in the 2012 season finale.
    #99-Carl Edwards the #99 Fastenal blue team will unload RK  854 which last ran in the Bank of America 500 where Edwards landed his 16th top-10 finish this season. Edwards average start at Homestead is 11.0, his average finish is 6.0 which is the best of all active drivers. He has also led a total of 560 laps there, the most among active drivers. He has only finished outside the top 10 twice in nine starts.
    (from numerous team PR's/sites)(11-13-2013)


Goodyear Tires Notes / Fast Facts

  • Tire: Goodyear Eagle Speedway Radials:

    Set limits: Sprint Cup: 5 sets for practice/qualifying and 10 sets for the race

    Number of Tires: Sprint Cup: Left-side -- 1,250, Right-side -- 1,250

    Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4392; Right-side -- D-4410

    Tire Circumference: Left-side -- 87.1 in. (2,215 mm); Right-side -- 88.4 in. (2,246 mm)

    Technical Inspection Inflation:
    Left Front -- 30 psi; Left Rear -- 30 psi;
    Right Front -- 48 psi; Right Rear -- 45 psi

    Minimum Recommended Inflation:
    Left Front -- 23 psi; Left Rear -- 21 psi
    ; Right Front -- 47 psi; Right Rear -- 43 psi

    Notes: Teams in all three NASCAR series in action at Homestead this weekend will run the same tire codes, though the Sprint Cup and Nationwide tires will be branded Goodyear Eagle, while the Camping World Truck tires will be branded Goodyear Wrangler . . . this is the same combination of left- and right-side tires that teams in all three series have run at Homestead since 2010 . . . this is also the same tire set-up that these teams have run at Chicagoland since 2011 . . . NASCAR teams have also run this left-side tire code (D-4392) with a different right-side code at both Texas (all three series) and Darlington (Sprint Cup and Nationwide) this season . . . as on all NASCAR ovals greater than one mile in length, teams are required to run inner liners in all four tire positions at Homestead . . . air pressure in those inner liners should be 12-25 psi greater than that of the outer tire.


Race / Cup Odds

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(this is not to promote gambling but to offer readers odds and ideas on what the 'experts' think about the upcoming race and the Sprint Cup series season)

Next Race: Crown Royal/Brickyard 400

Countdown to Race Time: 7/27/2014 ~1:19pm/et

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