Who Won The Nascar Race At Texas Motor Speedway? [Solved!]

The 75th running of the great American race, the Nascar Cup, has just ended at Texas Motor Speedway in Houston. For those who were lucky enough to make it, there is still plenty to talk about. This year’s race was expected to be no different. Not only is Texas Motor Speedway the “World’s Most Famous Speedway”, it also happens to be the home track for the defending race champion. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, a lot actually. For a start, NASCAR rules prohibit the drivers from entering the gas station until after the checkered flag has gone down. This of course meant that many of the drivers had to run out of gas before they could refuel. That is a scenario that could lead to car troubles. Then there was Brad Keselowski. Despite starting from the last position on the grid, the Michigan native went on to win the whole thing. Keselowski now stands as the first ever four-time winner of the race. For good measure, he also became the first driver to ever win the first three races of the season. Keselowski’s success on the track coupled with his entertaining Twitter feed may have made him the face of this year’s race. Finally, let’s not forget about Jamie McMurray, who won at Texas Motor Speedway for the second year in a row. For McMurray, this is the third race he has won in a row, and the ninth of his career. Let’s not ignore the fact that he is also the most successful driver in the history of Dueling Dragons, a drag race that is held at that particular track.

What Will NASCAR Do In Response To All These Victories?

Not surprisingly, NASCAR doesn’t take too kindly to anyone, especially a popular driver, stealing the show. For every win, they seem to lay down a little bit more of a “trap” for the competitors. For example, the officials may put a stop to any sort of momentum that the winning driver may have gained. The strategy is simple: stop them from winning. It is almost as if NASCAR doesn’t want anyone to have a good time while they are out there, even if it is in their honor. This sort of attitude can lead to feuds between teams and drivers. After all, no one wants to be the second-best racer in the entire series. As a result, you will sometimes see underdogs take the reins of the racing competition. While it might not be the most traditional route to victory, it is the way things are done these days. Which is exactly why it is so appealing to fans.

Which Driver Is Most Likely To Surpass Tony Stewart’s Record Of Most Wins At One Track?

The odds are already in favor of Kevin Harvick. The former two-time Cup champion has had an incredible career, winning all but one race that he started. Perhaps even more amazingly, he has done so at every track except for Eldora. Which means that Harvick has yet to taste defeat at any of America’s short tracks. That sort of record is difficult to come by, especially at an age where most people are experiencing defeat for the first time. In fact, Harvick is so confident that he has a record-breaking season in the tank that he is willing to put up $100,000 of his own money as a guarantee that he will win the title. While there is no denying that Harvick has been successful, there are still a few challengers who stand a chance at dethroning the King. We have already mentioned Brad Keselowski, but there is also Jamie McMurray, who is finally back at the level of performance that we all expected after being sidelined for so long by personal tragedy. Then there is also Denny Hamlin, who has had a roller coaster of a season so far, but has still managed to stay afloat in the middle of the pack. If there’s one thing that these six drivers have in common, it is that they all seem to have a chip on their shoulder, and it is definitely worth betting on them this season.

Who Will Be The Champion This Year?

That question can finally be answered. After months of twists and turns, the 2019 Nascar Cup season finally came to a close. The championship was decided at Texas Motor Speedway, a track that is known for its spectacular lighting and unique location in the middle of nowhere. What happened there will stay there. While we may never know all the details, what we do know is that the title was won by Brad Keselowski. His winning streak was finally snapped in the very last race of the season, which also happened to be the final race at Texas. At the very least, we know that Keselowski brought home the points that he needed to secure the title. For a NASCAR fan, that is all that really matters. Despite all of the controversial decisions that have been made by NASCAR over the years, this season was relatively trouble-free. The introduction of the playoff didn’t hurt either. Once the playoff series gets under way next year, things might get a little tense. That is just the nature of competition.

As a result of this year’s championship, we also saw some interesting trends emerge. For starters, there seems to be a bit of a shift towards the heavy side. While the average car is still rather light, the 2019 crop of vehicles seems to be heftier than ever before. It is almost as if the extra weight is needed to compensate for the weaker pound. As a result, the cars are actually feeling a bit slower than in years past. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it means that the racing will be closer and more unpredictable. This can only be a good thing for fans. The other trend that is worth pointing out is the fact that there hasn’t been a repeat champion since Jimmie Johnson in 2012. Now, there are any number of reasons why this might be the case, but this certainly doesn’t mean that the sport is in decline. Quite the opposite, in fact. The more competition, the better. This year has proven that once again. Finally, for those who were worried about the safety of the drivers, let’s remember that the cars have always been unsafe. This is what makes them exciting to watch. The only difference this year is that the cars are actually feeling a little slower, which makes them less likely to cause an accident. Who wouldn’t want to sit in a car that feels like it is barely moving? It is almost as if NASCAR is finally starting to realize that they need to make the cars safer, instead of just making them faster. This year was a step in the right direction, and it is good to see that even the most famous racetrack, Texas, recognizes this. Finally, let’s all give thanks to the drivers for putting on a great show, even if they did have to cheat a little to pull it off. It wasn’t pretty, but we all know that is what makes these races so great.

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