Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami: Burning Questions for 2013 NASCAR Season Final

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Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami: Burning Questions for 2013 NASCAR Season Final
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While it almost seems like a foregone conclusion that Jimmie Johnson will win his sixth Sprint Cup championship in Sunday's season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, there's still a lot of news left to be made this weekend.

Matt Crafton only has to start to earn the Camping World Trucks Series championship on Friday.

Sam Hornish Jr. has to really put the pedal to the metal if he has any hope of overtaking Austin Dillon and winning his first Nationwide Series championship on Saturday. Dillon leads Hornish by eight points.

And of note, it will also be the last official Nationwide Series race ever: The insurance giant is ending its run as title-rights sponsor for NASCAR's junior series.

But it's Sunday's Ford 400 that has a number of burning questions still to be unanswered, so let's take a look at those queries and how they may turn out:

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