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The Biggest NASCAR Storylines as the Season Wraps Up at Homestead

Now that the tires have had time to deflate from Sunday’s rain-shortened semifinal (thanks, El Nino), we can turn our attention to the rain-threatened Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead to see who will walk away with their fifth, second or first Sprint Cups. Rain? Again? There’s no greater time to drop a WTF than now. Cole Pearn, crew chief to the No. 78, said in Jared Turner’s story: Pretty much between myself and three other engineers, we really monitor different forecasts, different radars to try and stay up on it. I think everybody got thrown for a little bit of a loop this past weekend in Phoenix, but obviously South Florida weather is very humid and easy to have pop-up showers at any point. The weather, i...

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