The No. 2 Dodge heads to South Florida with a chance to win it all on Sunday.
We are back in South Florida for the end of the 2012 NASCAR season, and there are great storylines in every segment of the series. After last week’s “Brawl in the desert, “ which saw Jeff Gordon take Clint Bowyer out of the AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix, the focus returns to the battle for the Sprint Cup title.
As was the case in three of the last four years, the Sprint Cup Championship will come down to the final race of the season. This time, it is the No. 2 Dodge, driven by Brad Keselowski, with a 20-point lead over the five-time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson in the familiar No. 48 Chevrolet.
The title will decided on Sunday at the Ford EcoBoost 400. All week long, both Speed and ESPN will have all of the angles covered. There will also be just as much coverage of the final races of the season in both the Camping World Truck and the Nationwide series.
Noon ET on Speed—Live coverage of the Championship Contenders Press Conference.
4:30 p.m. ET on Speed—Camping World Truck Series qualifying.
6 p.m. ET on Speed—NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying.
7:30 p.m. ET on Speed—The final race of the 2012 Camping World Truck series season: the Ford EcoBoost 200
11:30 a.m. ET on Speed—The NASCAR Nationwide Series qualifying.
4 p.m. ET on ESPN—NASCAR Nationwide Series Countdown.
4:30 p.m. ET on ESPN—The final Nationwide race of the 2012 season: the Ford EcoBoost 300
11 a.m. ET on Speed—NASCAR RaceDay
1:30 p.m. ET on ESPN—NASCAR Sprint Cup Countdown
3 p.m. ET on ESPN—The final race of the 2012 Sprint Cup season: the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami.
Radio—1:30 p.m. ET MRN and Sirius-XM
Broadband—2 p.m. ET on NASCAR.com