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Best and Worst: 2014 NASCAR Season

December 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

By Matt Weaver NASCAR Racing Expert   Between a new championship format, a tweaked Generation-6 race car and the biggest wave of rookies to hit the sport in a long time, NASCAR produced a thrilling season in 2014 that provided close finishes, big confrontations and a popular first-time champion in Kevin Harvick. Here is a list of the best and worst from the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. BEST RACE The Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead Miami Speedway turned out to be the best season-ending event NASCAR has promoted in over a decade. As it turns out, the new championship format proved to be a rousing success as the Championship Four all ran nose-to-tail in the closing laps of the race and decided both the trophy and the championship between them. The Sanctioning Body intended to create a Super Bowl atmosphere and succeeded. Homestead continues to be one of the most underrated stops on the tour and has produced great on-track racing ever since the reconfigured pavement began to [...]