Kyle Busch has been eliminated from 2020 NASCAR Cup Series title contention, making him the first reigning champ in the elimination era to not advance out of the Round of 12 the year after his championship. He can officially no longer defend his crown. Through 32 of the 36 races, Busch remains winless.
Who are the four drivers left in the Nascar playoffs?
Kevin Harvick will not be racing for the NASCAR championship this year after dominating the regular season. Instead, the four drivers competing for a title in 2020 are Joey Logano, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski.
Who are the final 8 in the Nascar playoffs?
Breaking down the NASCAR Cup Series Round of 8 Playoffs field
- Kevin Harvick, 4,067 points, 9 wins. …
- Denny Hamlin, 4,054 points, 7 wins. …
- Brad Keselowski, 4,035 points, 4 wins. …
- Chase Elliott, 4,027 points, 3 wins. …
- Joey Logano, 4,022 points, 2 wins. …
- Martin Truex Jr., 4,017 points, 1 win. …
- Alex Bowman, 4,009 points, 1 win.
Who qualified for Nascar playoffs?
The top 15 drivers with the most wins over the first 26 races will earn a spot in the playoffs – provided they have finished in the top 30 in points and attempted to qualify for every race (except in rare instances).
Who won NASCAR 2020?
Who will sponsor NASCAR in 2021?
No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevy
|Yorktel / Caregility|
Who is the most popular NASCAR driver 2020?
|2017||Dale Earnhardt Jr.||Hendrick Motorsports|
What do stage wins mean in NASCAR?
The Final Stage produces the race results and awards points across the field. Below is a cumulative running tally of how many stage points drivers have earned this year, as well as their stage wins — a stage win will provide an additional bonus point per win of the postseason.