NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Best Final-Race Duels of All Time

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NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Best Final-Race Duels of All Time
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NASCAR has seen several final-race duels throughout its long history.  Some duels turned out to be a battle of five drivers instead of two, and other were classic match ups between long rivals.

The 2012 Chase season has turned out to be a duel between Brad Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson.  There duel at Homestead this Sunday, will be one for the record books, as the young Keselowski hopes to walk away with the championship.

The Chase has played a big part in seeing some of the closest final races in NASCAR history.  While Keselowski and Johnson have the focus in NASCAR right now, last season turned out to be the closest finish between two drivers ever in the sport.

Names like Richard Petty and Darrell Waltrip have also battled it out at the final-race of a season, with the championship on the line.

Throughout NASCAR there have been several final-race duels for the championship.  Here are the top five.

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