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Points Tight Across All Three Top Touring Series

By November 5, 2012

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Only two races remain in all three of NASCAR's top touring series and all three Championship battles are too close to call.  Phoenix and Homestead both host critical triple-header weekends and all three Championships will be decided in these final races.

On the top of most fans' radars is Jimmie Johnson's slim seven point lead over Brad Keselowski in the Sprint Cup series.  However that is not the best battle in NASCAR.   With two races to go in the NASCAR Nationwide Series Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Elliott Sadler are tied at the top of the standings with third place Austin Dillon just 21 points back.

James Buescher enjoys the largest cushion among the three as he has a 15 point lead over Ty Dillon in the Camping World Truck Series.

We are in for some exciting battles as the 2012 NASCAR season is winding down.


November 8, 2012 at 7:32 pm
(1) Carl says:

Re the Nationwide series and Austin Dillon,spoiled litte prick,hope grandpa is using his head pouring everything into these little brats at the detriment of RCR,his cup cars aren’t even in contention.the nepotism is so apparent and should be an embarasment for Nascar.That kind of thing is why the fans are leaving.Rchard must be senile is he thinks that is Ok. The Black 3,come on,big teams,nepotism,incest,political correctness,over regulatuion ,wonder why the diehards are leaving,Ryan Newman was right a couple years ago and Denny really hit the nail squarely after the last Saturday race. Just because you can fool some of the people in the short run ,your making a fool of yourself soon after,a dog has better intuition than that. Hardly worth watching any more,knock the spirit out of the racers and the sport is gone,check out hockey boys.

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