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How fast a year goes by as winter is ending and spring is coming then snap a finger and winter is back upon us.  Solid NASCAR fans knows what winter depression is by the abesence of roaring engines and white knuckle racing. 

The Gander truck series champion crowed at Homestead is Matt Crafton in the #88 Menards Ford. 
 
The Xfinity championship was capitalized on by Tyler Redderick #2 Beast Chevrolet.  
 
Toyota would not miss out and would capture the Monster Cup Season and Chase Champion with #18 Gibbs M&M’s Toyota driven by Kyle Busch.  This is Kyle’s 2nd Monster championship. The final four had Busch, and his teammates #11 Denny Hamlin
And #19 Martin Truex Jr and fourth team which is not a Gibbs car was #4 Kevin Harvick.  In the list of where they finished in the playoffs was Martin Truex Jr, Kevin Harvick and then Denny Hamlin. Truex had a strong car but a mistake that led to bad track position toward end stopped their championship dream; Harvick waited to long to pit during the race putting him further down the racing field; and Hamlin had a great shot of winning but a crew member put a piece of tape on the grill in the wrong place causing the car to over heat bringing him back to pit road and not enough time to correct error.  
 
2019 Monster Rookie title by Sunoco went to Daniel Hemric in the #31 Richard Childress CAT Chevy. 
 
Other news in NASCAR is Xfinity strong runner Cole Custer will move up to the #41 Stewart Haas car replacing Daniel Sueraz, as the driver for 2020. 
 
2019 is in the books and was an exciting year. Congratulations to Kyle Busch and the entire Gibbs #18 team.  

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