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NASCAR: Homestead
Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M's Crispy Toyota, celebrates winning the series championship and the race with his team after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway
Chris Trotman/NASCAR via Getty Images

NASCAR: Homestead
Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M's Crispy Toyota, celebrates with the trophy in Victory Lane after winning the series championship
Chris Graythen/Getty Images

NASCAR: Homestead
Racing legend Mario Andretti (L) and F1 World Champion (R) were on hand for Jeff Gordon's final race
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

NASCAR: Homestead
Jeff Gordon finished 6th in the final race of his illustrious NASCAR career
Andrew Coppley/HHP for GM

NASCAR: Homestead
Jimmie Johnson before the race with his adorable daughter Lydia
Alan Marler/HHP for GM

Macau GP
All the grandstands were full for the Sunday main event

Macau GP
Felix Rosenqvist took victory in the 62nd Macau Grand Prix for SJM Theodore Racing by Prema, his second win in the race and Theodore Racing's eighth.

WEC: Bahrain
Mark Webber jumps for joy as he and teammates Timo Bernhard (Germany) and Brendon Hartley (New Zealand) are the new World Endurance Champions with the Porsche 919 Hybrid

WEC: Bahrain
Mark Webber finally won the title he was never able to win in F1
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We drive the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata
  by Ali Arsham
There are many cars these days that claim to be driver focused but many of them don’t even come with a manual transmission so they can’t be taken seriously.  Yes, Ferraris and Lamborghinis don’t come with a manual transmission these days and that’s a shame because the joy of a sports car is to feel the machine and be in charge instead of having computers do all the work for you.  Fortunately, the folks at Mazda still feel that way and the new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata is as pure as you can get in a mass produced sports car.
Kyle Busch Post-Race Press Conference
  From Homestead-Miami Speedway
An interview with:
Kyle Busch
Adam Stevens (crew chief)
Joe Gibbs (team owner)
Kyle Busch Wins First Career Sprint Cup Title
  by Pete McCole

Nine months ago, Kyle Busch was sitting in a hospital bed wondering if his season was over before it began. Sunday night, he was back sitting in Victory Lane as the 2015 Sprint Cup Champion. Busch capped a remarkable comeback to what had nearly been a lost season, winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the final race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup to win his first career Sprint Cup Championship.

Jeff Gordon's Retirement Marks End Of An Era
  by Pete McCole
When Jeff Gordon straps himself into his famous no. 24 Chevrolet for Sunday's Sprint Cup Series season-finale, he'll do so for the last time. Gordon’s imminent retirement at the end of the season doesn't just bring an end to his illustrious career, it also brings an end to era that some call one of the defining era’s in NASCAR's history.
Drivers Faced Tough Road To Championship 4
  by Pete McCole
Every NASCAR champion has a story about their amazing run to the title, but the four drivers taking center stage this weekend as the final four in the Chase for the Sprint Cup each had a unique journey that brought them all here. Sunday's race will be unique in that the driver who wins the championship doesn't necessarily have to win the race, he just has to beat three other drivers and each one of them would love to add hoisting the championship trophy as the final chapter of their journey.
Chris Buescher Wins Xfinity Series Championship
  by Pete McCole

Chris Buescher won his first-career NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship in Saturday's Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, beating out defending series champion Chase Elliott for the title in just his second full season in the series. Kyle Larson took the checkered flag in the season-finale race for his first Xfinity Series win of the season. Larson led the final five laps after passing race leader Austin Dillon for the top spot.

Bernhard, Hartley and Webber WEC Champions
  WEC in Bahrain
At the FIA World Endurance Championship's finale in Bahrain on Saturday, Porsche won four more titles. Former F1 driver Mark Webber (Australia), Timo Bernhard (Germany) and Brendon Hartley (New Zealand) are the new World Champions with the Porsche 919 Hybrid. The sixth race win for Porsche was taken by their teammates Romain Dumas (France), Neel Jani (Switzerland) and Marc Lieb (Germany).
Crafton Dominates Homestead, But Jones Wins Title
  by Pete McCole

Matt Crafton did everything he needed to do to try and win his third straight NASCAR Camping World Series title - he stayed out of trouble, he led the most laps, and he won the race, but it still wasn't enough. Crafton led 93 of the 134 laps in Friday night's Ford EcoBoost 200 to lock up his sixth win of the season, but at the end of the night it was 19-year-old rookie Erik Jones who was crowned as the youngest champion in series history.

Hamlin wins Coors Light pole at Homestead
  by Pete McCole
Denny Hamlin played the role of spoiler by taking the pole in Friday night's qualifying for Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, denying any of the four finalists in the Chase for the Sprint Cup a chance at the coveted front row in the season-finale race. Hamlin was among the last cars to take the track for a single lap around the 1.5-mile oval in the third and final session, and raced to the top of the speed charts with a lap of 176.655 mph to knock Joey Logano from the top spot and claim his third pole of the season.
State of the Sport with Brian France
  NASCAR boss

NASCAR Chairman Brian France defended his "quintessential NASCAR" comments in reference to Joey Logano bumping Matt Kenseth in the closing laps at Kansas Speedway during his year-end state-of-the-sport news conference Friday morning. The second year of the elimination-style Chase for the Sprint Cup has been clouded by Kenseth's retaliation against Logano in the Nov. 1 race at Martinsville Speedway when Kenseth was 10 laps down and Logano was the leader.
Bahrain: Porsche sweeps front row
  Team has locked out front row 100% of races
In all eight rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship no car other than a Porsche 919 Hybrid has made it onto the front row. At each race the Porsche Team has taken pole position and the second spot on the grid. At the finale in Bahrain Timo Bernhard (DE), Brendon Hartley (NZ) and Mark Webber (AUS) took their fifth pole position of the year. The sister car of Romain Dumas (FR), Neel Jani (CH) and Marc Lieb (DE) has taken pole position three times this year and will start from P2 in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
NASCAR's Chase - What Could Have Been?
  by Pete McCole
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will crown their 2015 champion on Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, pitting the top four drivers in the Chase for the Sprint Cup in a winner-take-all race for the title. When Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex, Jr. and defending series champion Kevin Harvick take the green flag on Sunday, all of them will be there because they earned the right. They all qualified to be there based on the rules NASCAR laid out. But you can't help but wonder "What Could Have Been?"
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