Homestead-Miami Speedway: Post-Race
No. 1 McDonald’s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
Start: 21st
Finish: 18th
Standings: 20th


  • McMurray was able to overcome a two-lap deficit to get back and finish on the lead lap.
  • With his finish, McMurray will end the season 20th in the series point standings.
  • McMurray ran his final full-time MENCS race tonight at Homestead-Miami Speedway; finishing his career to-date with 582 starts, 11 poles, seven wins, and 63 top-five and 168 top-10 finishes.
  • The caution flag was shown five times for a total of 26 laps and the lead changed 22 times among seven drivers.

McMurray quotes:

“Not the way that we wanted to finish the season, but our guys made another good effort. We struggled early and got down a couple of laps. With the help of a couple of timely cautions we were able to race our way back into the ‘free pass’ position and get back on the lead lap at the Stage 2 break. We were able to work back inside the top-20. I am thankful for the teammates and friends that I have made here at Chip Ganassi Racing over the past nine seasons since coming back to the organization. I look forward to seeing what the future holds and grateful to have had such a great team around me here along with great partners like McDonald’s, Cessna and many others that make this all possible.”


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