When the checkers flew last Friday night, the Truck Series championship went to Sheldon Creed who bested Zane Smith, Brett Moffitt and Grant Enfinger.
The Dawsonville, Georgia, native rallied from the rear of the field to dominate and pull away late from his title rivals to claim his first Cup title in his fifth full-time season.
Cindric prevailed in overtime on fresh tires to claim his first Xfinity Series title at Phoenix Raceway over Allgaier, Haley and Briscoe.
After a quiet first two stages, a late-race caution gave Sheldon Creed the opportunity to drive from eighth place to the front and take the lead to win the Truck Series championship.
The NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Truck Series all head to Phoenix Raceway this weekend for the 2020 championship season finale.
For the first time in 13 years, the NASCAR Xfinity Series returned to Martinsville Speedway for race No. 32 of the 2020 season and the final race in the Round of 8 Playoffs.
The NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series visited Martinsville Speedway last Friday night for their second to last race of the 2020 season and the final event before the Championship 4 race at Phoenix Raceway.
Chase Elliott raced his way into the playoff finale with a commanding win at Martinsville.
Nine wins, earning the 2020 Regular Season Championship, capturing 20 top fives with 1531 laps led; it’s been an impressive season by any standard. But it was not enough for Kevin Harvick to advance to the Championship 4.
A late turn of events at Martinsville Speedway resulted with Chase Elliott racing his way into the Championship 4 finale by winning and Kevin Harvick eliminated from title contention by a narrow margin.